Designed especially for hobby model resistance soldering. Use to make a DIY resistance soldering unit.
You get a 90 va transformer with a dual (115+115) primary winding that can be powered from normal 120 or 230 volt household outlets. Dual secondary windings for high and low power operations. Wiring guide and instructions for making a DIY Resistance Soldering Iron are included.
|Transformer Rating||90 VA|
|Primary Winding Voltages||115V-230V AC|
|Secondary Winding Voltage High||6 V AC|
|Secondary Winding Amperage High||10 Amps|
|Secondary Winding Voltage Low||3 V AC|
|Secondary Winding Amperage Low||10 Amps|
|Circuit Jumper Wires||2|
|Winding Taps||8 Screw Connectors|
|Chassis Grounding Connection||Yes|
|Dimensions||7 x 9.8 x 11.5 cm|
|Shipping Weight||5 Kg.|
Videos And Reference Manuals
The Book Of Resistance Soldering
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|Video Review Of Transformer||How To Make Resistance Soldering Iron||How To Use DIY Resistance Soldering Iron|
Transformer Shippingbr>Transformers are heavy. As such shipping is done by Fedex.
Rates vary depending on you location. Delivery times are usually within five days.