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60W Temperature Controlled Soldering Station

T 1976 - 60W Temperature Controlled Soldering Station
T 1976 - 60W Temperature Controlled Soldering Station

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Manufacturer:
XYTRONIC XYTRONIC
Manufacturer Part No:
T 1976
Newark Part No.:
98Y9882

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The Xytronic T1976 soldering station is an economical, yet temperature controlled soldering station, offering a variable temperature suitable for a wide range of solders, sizes of joints and cable diameters. Temperature control is by means of a rotary front-panel control - simply select the required temperature and after a minute the temperature of the soldering iron tip will have stabilized and be ready for use.
  • Temperature controlled
  • Rotary temperature adjustment
  • Replaceable soldering iron
  • Range of exchangeable sized tips
  • Heat-proof silicone cable on soldering iron
  • Supplied complete with soldering iron, iron holder, 1. 6mm plated tip and cleaning sponge
  • Fitted with UL plug
  • Power indicator light
  • Heater indicator light"

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