The FX100-15 Induction Heating Soldering Station or IH system transforms high-density micro-soldering with the heat power it generates.
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.
With the FX100-15 Induction Heating Soldering Station or IH system, controlling the temperature of the soldering iron is easy
Temperature setting control of the soldering iron is easier as the temperature is fixed with the various models in the soldering tip line up, unlike with conventional temperature setting systems. Whatever temperature is selected,it can be displayed on the LCD panel with simple button operations.
HAKKO FX1001 Soldering Iron (standard): 350°C, 400°C, 450°C
HAKKO FX1002 Soldering Iron (optional): 350°C, 400°C
When a slight drop in heat capacity is detected…
When there is a drop in heat capacity while soldering, the actual temperature of the tip can be raised slightly by selecting BOOST mode, improving workability.
Two types of soldering irons enable handling of both “high heat capacity, high-density circuit boards” and “soldering under a microscope”