Thanks for telling me, GOOD TO KNOWThis will NOT be ESD protected
Now, LOTS of members use irons that are not protected for ESD
That in itself is not a reason not to try it
Just be aware, if one of your diodes dies , seemingly without cause, look to this cause
Well I have this old iron from a Wood Burning kit I found in my garage months ago.
Here's a picture of the burner:
Here's the kit:
You're kidding... right...I asked if it would be ok to use as a soldering iron? This is from a wood burning kit, not from a soldering iron kit... So I don't know if it will melt the solder...
What's the difference between my iron and those 10$ irons? They both heat up the tip and melt the solder...?You're kidding... right...
Hmmmm.... lets see...
You want to do some electrical soldering and you want
to use a Wood Burning Tool.... Hmmmm
Why not use a candle on a stick....:undecided:
How about getting a SOLDERING IRON to do some proper
soldering with a proper tool.... Ive seen really cheap soldering
irons for under $10.00...
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