Electric soldering iron RS-P / RS-L series

electric soldering iron
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IRON UNITS RS-P / RS-L SOLDERING IRONS Designed for use in automated environments. The RS-P model is utilized for all point solder applications while the RS-L for line or slide soldering. IRON UNIT FOR AUTOMATION SOLDERING: RS-P/RS-L These iron units can be used for all soldering controllers and soldering robots as a standard component. The irons are powered by a 48V DC power supply located in the Apollo robots and solder controllers (EVO, Luna, Terra) which provides for easy worldwide integration regardless of AC input voltage. SOLDER PIN-POINT ADJUSTMENT OF THE SUPPLY POSITION Position can be adjusted vertically and horizontally according to the position for solder supply; making it easier to reproduce the position and management. SOLDER WIRE FEATURES The motion of the iron units are equipped with a standard mechanism to pinch the solder wire between the tip and the workpiece. Quick heat time by sandwiching the solder wire. ACCURATE AND EASY TIP EXCHANGE Since the iron tip is a cartridge type, it can be replaced easily and quickly with no deviation of the position after the exchange. TWO TYPES TO CHOOSE Iron units are available for soldering two solder points for the slide. POINT SOLDERING (RS-P) This unit can achieve high speed point soldering. Because of the slim design, it is possible to solder applications with tight accessibility. This unit has both a pre-feed and secondary feed height adjustments. It can precisely set solder feeding position by adjusting the set screw. SLIDE SOLDERING (RS-L) This unit unit is designed for slide soldering. The spring loaded tip assembly will not damage PCB solder mask during slide operation.
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