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Portasol Kit fer à souder à gaz
|Prix :||EUR 126,87|
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- powered Corldess butane-Pas de câbles ou de fils
- Réservoir de gaz et soudée aux ultrasons pour plus de solidité, de sécurité et de fiabilité
- Équivalent en Watt 25-130 (haute puissance réglable
- Fabriqué en Irlande
- Prêt à faire fondre souder moins de 30 secondes d'allumage
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|Poids du Produit||399 grams|
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allumage Piezo flamme Réglable gamme de 6 pannes reservoir de gaz en acier inoxydable offre une autonomie de 2 heures dessin: - - 1): panne - - 2): catalyseur - - 3): tube de protection de la panne - - 4): ecrou de fixation (pour fixer l'élément de chauffe) - - 5): boitier en acier -autonomie: 120min remplissage: 30sec temperature max. de la panne: 580°C temperature Réglable equivalent aux fers a souder de 25 - 125W pannes standard (incl.): BITSP2.4, BITSP4.8, BITSP/B, BITSP/K, DFLECTOR pannes disponibles: BITSP1SF, BITSP2SF, BITSP3SF, BITSP4SF, BITSP1.0, BITSP2.4, BITSP3.2, BITSP4.8, BITSP/B, BITSP/K, DFLECTOR
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Par contre avec le réflecteur pour les gaines thermo rétractable, une galère pour l'allumer et j'ai laissé tombé. Je me sers donc d'un briquet.
ATTENTION : su la photo, le modèle est présenté avec 6 pannes, vous n'en recevrez que 3, plus le réflecteur.
La photo est jointe.
Sur le site Portasol, la photo de ce modèle est à l'identique que sur Amazon, la photo sur l'emballage reçu comporte bien 3 pannes..Bref sachez le mais bon produit
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Easy to refill, just push the nozzle of a butane canister against the filling port. Fills in about 30 seconds. Can be emptied by using a pin to push against the filling port, so you can carry it on board planes(that's what a ground crew told me, never tried that though)
It is also easy to light up, by just turning on the gas switch and clicking the piezo once. For the tips with in-built catalyst (all tips except the open flame tip), it is even possible to relight it without clicking the piezo, after the gas is switched for a short while and turned back on.
It comes with a hot air blower+deflector tip inside the box. Not sure why I had an extra hot air blower tip though, but it's good to have a spare.
The deflector, once attached to the hot air blower, is quite hard to remove and requires a lot of force to pull off. So when using it I never slide it down to the bottom of the hot air blower nozzle.
The blower is good for heat shrink tubes. I have also used it to remove a BGA chip on the lowest temperature setting. But the airflow isn't that constant, as it sometimes audibly spews out a gust of hot air. I guess it might be because of the clogs from using cheap butane gas. Also, I can still start the fire properly on the lowest setting, unlike experiences of some other customers.
The soldering tips come pre-tinned, but for me it wears out pretty fast. The 1mm double flat tip that came with the kit wore out pretty fast even with infrequent usage. It wore out after about a year of usage. Not sure if it is a problem with the rosin in the solder I'm using or problem with the tip. It just became impossible to tin and various parts of the tip became black. When that happens I just used a fine grit sandpaper to sand a bit of it down and it becomes usable for a while. But after a few cycles the tip developed a well/a dip at the center and becomes very thick.
Thereafter I bought a 1mm single flat tip from amazon, this time using a goot brand tip tinner (well it might be acidic). However after half a year of infrequent usage the tip become like the abovementioned one, developed a dip in the tip of the tip. The thicker tips are pretty useless for me, to be honest. They also became very hard to tin after a short period of usage.
Can someone tell me why is it happening? One guess is that the high heat is decomposing the rosin and causing it to stick on the tip?
The blowtorch/open flame tip is also a nice addition. I often use it to light barbecue fires.
I haven't found much of a use for the hot knife tip. Only used it once to cut out a circle from an all-in-one's scanner cover(for a science project). I have to set it on the highest temperature settings in order to cut through the plastic.
The cap is good to prevent the iron from melting objects around it after use. It is cool enough (though still quite hot) to hold by hand even if you directly cap it after use. The iron comes with a built-in kickstand, but sometimes it is an annoyance as there seems to be no clip that hold it in place. When the iron is held with the wire kickstand down, it will just dangle. Also seems like the kickstand is anchored near the center of gravity of the iron, so it acts like a seesaw sometimes: both the tip side and the nozzle side can be made to touch the tabletop easily, which defeats the purpose of preventing it from burning the table. So I just use the cap instead.
The sponge is very small so it isn't very useful. I just bought a brass/copper wool tip cleaner from ifixit. It is something similar to the hakko clamshell one. That cleans up the tip much better than the sponge. I remember seeing someone who said that only a piece of yellow paper came in the tray, but if you add water to the "yellow paper" it will magically turn into a sponge :P.
Overall a good product to have, but may be a bit overpriced if you don't use it so often. (but the build quality justifies the price :P) Already owned it for over 4 years.
Just realized the order for this was placed on this account in 2012 XD. I'll get the verified purchase tag on this one.
- Easy to use. No problems adjusting temp, refilling with butane or changing tips
- Lights the first time, every time
- Wide range of attachments included (more the equivalent Weller)
- Heats up quickly and easy to control
- Storage case holds everything included and just enough room for a small tube of solder & braid
- Built in stand works great, rotates out of the way for use and no worries about loosing it.
The not so good:
- Sponge was a nice idea, but is a bit too small to be useful
- Manual isn't all that good. Luckily it's easy enough to use that it's not a big deal.
- Attachment for heat shrink tube works, but isn't easy to use. Better then nothing and will work in a pinch, but a real heat gun is much easier to use.
- Not obvious when it lights right away since it takes a 2-3 seconds for it to heat up enough to glow
One thing to keep in mind is that it doesn't include any butane so you'll need to buy that separately. According to the directions, you should use high quality butane rather then the really cheap stuff which makes sense to me. Honestly, quality butane isn't that expensive where it should be an issue, but if you're going to use this a lot, then an electric soldering iron will be a lot more cost effective.
I used it twice, once when I installed a front camera on my Tundra and then again to rewire my daughters PowerWheel for a better battery setup. From the start, I had a hard time getting it to light which is very frustrating when working on projects. The last time I just used a lighter to get it started.
If I could I would definitely return this!