Yippee… Got a 700W Gordak 952-D Compositive Soldering Station


Now I will be able to rip some chips off. Its comes with lovely VFD Display. Pretty cool.

Descriptions and Specs

ESD safe and powerful design, stability resistant ground. PID controlled closed loop of sensor, rapid heating, precise and stable temperature, suitable for soldering and de-soldering surface mounted. Such as QFPM PLCC, SOP, BGA etc. Hot air station and directly cooling system.

* ESD safe and powerful design, comes with VFD colorful display.

* CPU controlled closed loop of sensor, 128 ranks air adjustment, rapid heating, precise and stable temperature, suitable for soldering and de-soldering surface mounted. Such as QFPM PLCC, SOP, BGA etc.

* Hot air station and intelligent cooling system.

* Adopts imported heating wire, for a long life to sue.

* Light portable hand held, suitable for mounting and reworking SMD component by hand for a long time.

Hot Air de-soldering station

Max. power consumption – 700W
Type of pump – membranous
Pump Power – 45W
Air Flow – 0.16-1.2Nm3 / h
Temp Range – 100C to 500C
Heater – 600W

Soldering Station

Heater Voltage – 24V AC
Heater Power – 50W
Temp Range – 200C to 480C
Heater Type – Ceramic heater

About pasanlaksiri

I am K.G. Pasan Laksiri Karunanayake and founder of OptoElectronics.lk. Since 2011 I have specialized in designing custom electronics for industrial applications. Over the years I have engineered a broad range of custom industrial products. When I work with a client I place a very high value on integrity, honesty and clear communication. With years of field experience I have learned that all business relationships are personal relationships. The more I know about the client and his project, the more I can contribute to a successful end product. After I learn about the client requirement I always give them the better understanding and clear picture about, how the end product will function in real world. In addition to the client requirement, I also offer lots of options, features and improvements. And I always very concern about the end product quality.
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8 Responses to Yippee… Got a 700W Gordak 952-D Compositive Soldering Station

  1. atomsoft says:

    This is so cool! Im jealus now heh

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  2. atomsoft says:

    heh how much was the station?

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  3. Eashani says:

    It looks nice.😀

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  4. RealAlex says:

    Hello. Where can I order this station ?

    Thnx, Alex.
    P.S. thnx for pulsing LED third Brake

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  5. Wuuww 92 usd? omg ! =)

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