HAKKO FX-1002 Micro soldering iron for induction heating system conversion Kit
Temperature series: 350ºC and 400ºC
Compatible with HAKKO FX-100, IH soldering station
- Handpiece (with yellow and green sleeve assembly )
- Heat resistant pad
- Iron holder with sponge and wire
- Instruction manual
An IH (High-Frequency Induction Heating) micro-soldering iron for the T35 Series of soldering tips
Especially suited for soldering microchips and other chips with narrow pin pitches under a microscope
FX-1002 and T35 series tip make it much easier to solder on microchips in very fine pitch (than FX-1001 and T31).
T35 is designed to obtain not only very fine shape but also sufficient thermal capacity to delivery stable soldering quality on damage sensitive products.
With the FX-1001 soldering tip, there is a tendency to interfere with the pin on the right, but now using the FX-1002, work can be done without interference to the surrounding pins.
Secures field of vision under a microscope with Φ3 mm soldering tip
2 temperature series, T35-03 350°C and T35-02 400°C
Unlike conventional temperature control system, IH (Induction Heating) system provides fixed temperatures.
What is IH (High-Frequency Induction Heating)?
Unlike resistance-based heating systems that control temperature by turning heater power on and off via a sensor, with an induction heating system the soldering tip itself produces heat and maintains a constant temperature, enabling a small soldering tip to handle high thermal capacity, high-density substrates.