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Hakko 853 Preheater, Temperature Range: 248-482 Deg F, Power: 500 W, Voltage: 120 VAC, Dimensions: (W x H x D) 5.5 x 2 x 6.7 , F

853 - Hakko 853 Preheater, Temperature Range: 248-482 Deg F, Power: 500 W, Voltage: 120 VAC, Dimensions: (W x H x D) 5.5 x 2 x 6.7 , F

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Manufacturer:
HAKKO HAKKO
Manufacturer Part No:
853
Newark Part No.:
36C7804

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Product Overview

The Hakko FR-830 is a compact and low cost solution to preheating printed circuit boards. The FR-830 incorporates the same higher performance and FR-803B integration feature as the FR-820 but with improved durability over all previous Hakko hot air preheaters. The integrated self-resetting overheat protection, high pressure fan, and convex outlet reduces heat buildup and prevents blockage of the outlet, and the angled heater tube protects the heating element from damage caused by debris that may accidentally drop inside the heater opening. Closed loop temperature control allows the output air temperature to be set anywhere between 150° - 300°C (302° - 572°) and an optional Extension Pipe (B3263) extends the airflow an additional 27mm (1.1 inch). The FR-830 also has a port that allows it to be activated by an optional hand switch (B2763) or foot switch (B1649).
  • Compact design; Measures only 5.5(w) x 3.0(h) x 7.3(d) in. [140(w) x 75(h) x 185(d) mm]
  • Fast heating
  • Excellent thermal stability
  • ESD-safe by design
  • Power Consumption: 470W / 120VAC
  • Hot Air Temperature: 150°C - 300°C (302°F - 572°F)
  • Air Flow: 0.15 cu.m/min (6.35 cu.ft/min)

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