21-10120 - 

Soldering Station, 842 °F, 60 W, LCD Display, ESD Safe

TENMA 21-10120

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GTIN UPC EAN: 610079984226
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Soldering Station
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The 21-10120 is an advanced digital Soldering Station has the features and quality expected by professionals but provides a fantastic value for hobbyists and educational users. A clear high-contrast LCD display and simple controls provide an easy user interface. The thermostat-controlled 60W output of this unit provides quick heat up with outstanding precision.
  • F or C selectable readout
  • 3 Programmable presets
  • ESD safe
  • Lightweight iron handle
  • Long-life ceramic heating element
  • 150 to 450°C Temperature range
  • ESD Safe
  • Lightweight iron handle
  • Long-life ceramic heating element (Replacement iron assembly: 21-11435)
  • Includes one tip and soldering stand with cleaning sponge
  • UL Listed


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One tip and soldering stand with cleaning sponge.

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GTIN UPC EAN: 610079984226

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