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ASE-1116 Soldering Station

Soldering station is used in the fields of electronic research, teaching and production, especially in the repairing and soldering on the electronic appliances and communication equipment. 1 assembling channel; temperature range: 160C - 480C; max. station power: 60W; max power of the soldering iron: 60W; soldering iron voltage supply: 24V; ceramic heating element.

You can see that this set also includes copper shavings - a very convenient tool for removing carbon deposits from a soldering iron tip. The stand for the soldering iron has space for spare tips and a syringe with flux or tin suction.

Manuals:
Soldering station is used in the fields of electronic research, teaching and production, especially in the repairing and soldering on the electronic appliances and communication equipment.

Specifications

  • Channel: 1 assembling channel
  • Max. station power: 60W
  • LCD:
    - shows the actual temperature of the soldering tip
    - shows the setting temperature
  • Button type control
  • Temperature range: 160C - 480C
  • Max. power of the soldering iron: 60W
  • Soldering iron voltage supply: 24V
  • Ceramic heating element

ASE-1116 soldering station display and temperature setting

ASE-1116 soldering station display and temperature setting

The digital display:
(1) shows the actual temperature of the soldering tip.
(2) shows the setting temperature. Pressing the UP or DOWN button can switch the digital display to the set point display. The setpoint can be changed for 1C by tapping the UP or DOWN button. Pressing the button will change the set-point quickly. The digital display will return automatically to the actual value and the iron will reach to the setting temperature quickly.
(3) C/F display: switching the temperature display from C to F by pressing the C/T button and then the electronic system will display the actual temperature (1) and setting temperature (2) in F and vice versa.
(4) When the actual temperature on the soldering tip is less than the set-point, HEAT ON will display and make the soldering tip heating up.
(5) When the absolute offset is more than 10C between the actual temperature and the set-point on the soldering tip, WAIT will display. It means that the temperature electronic control system is not in the stable situation, we should wait a moment to let the WAIT disappear.
(6) When ERROR display, there may be a trouble on the system, or the soldering iron is not connected to the control system correctly.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How to care and use of the soldering tip?
  • What temperature should use for soldering?
  • Does this set includes copper shavings?
  • Why a "de-tinned" tip fails to work?
  • How to clean the tip?

  • How to care and use of the soldering tip?

    High soldering temperatures can degrade the tip. Use the lowest possible soldering temperature. The excellent thermal recovery characteristics ensure efficient and effective soldering event at low temperatures. This also protects the sensitive components from thermal damage. Clean the tip regularly with a cleaning sponge, as oxides and carbides from the solder and flux can form impurities on the tip. These impurities can result in defective joints or reduce the tip's heat conductivity. When using the soldering iron continuously, be sure to loosen the tip and remove all oxides least once a week. This helps to prevent reduction of the tip temperature. Never leave the soldering iron sitting at high temperature for long periods of time, as the tip's solder plating will be covered with oxide, which can greatly reduce the tip's heat conductivity. Wipe the tip and coat it with fresh solder after use. This helps to prevent tip oxidation.


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    What temperature should use for soldering?
    600- 650F (316- 343C) is a good place to start for lead-based solder and 650- 700F (343- 371C) for lead-free solder.

    Note: if clots form, the temperature is too low.
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    Does this set includes copper shavings?
    You can see that this set also includes copper shavings - a very convenient tool for removing carbon deposits from a soldering iron tip. The stand for the soldering iron has space for spare tips and a syringe with flux or tin suction.
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    Why a "de-tinned" tip fails to work?

    A de-tinned tip is one which cannot wet with solder. This exposes the plating to oxidation and degrades the heat transfer efficiency of the tip.

    The de-tinning is caused by:

    1) Failure to keep the tip covered with fresh solder while not in use.

    2) High tip temperatures.

    3) Insufficient melting in soldering operations.

    4) Wiping the tip on dirty or dry sponges and rags (Always use a clean, wet, industrial grade, sulfur-free sponge).

    5) Impurities in the solder, iron plating, or on the surfaces to be soldered.


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    How to clean the tip?

    Caution! Never file the tip to remove oxide.

    1. Set the temperature to 250C.
    2. When the temperature stabilizes, clean the tip with the cleaning sponge and check the condition of the tip.
    3. If there is black oxide on the solder-plated portion of the tip, apply new solder (containing flux) and wipe the tip on the cleaning sponge. Repeat until the oxide is completely removed. Coat with new solder. The solder protects the tip from oxidation and prolongs the life of the tip.
    4. If the tip is deformed or heavily eroded, replace it with a new one.

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    Unpacking ASE-1116 Soldering Station


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