What tip does the Hakko FX 888D come with?
As far as I can tell, the Hakko FX888-D comes with the T18-D16 tip by default.
How many watts is the Hakko FX888D?
|Part No.||FX888D-23BY FX888D-29BY/P FX888D-RC/P|
|Power Consumption||70W / 120VAC|
|Temperature Range||120° – 899°F (50° – 480°C)|
|Temperature Stability||±1.8°F (1.0°C)|
Where is Hakko 888D made?
Hakko headquarters are in Japan. http://www.hakko.com/english/company/profile/outline.html . But who knows where an individual product might be manufactured.
What temperature should you solder at?
600°- 650°F (316°- 343°C) is a good place to start for lead-based solder and 650°- 700°F (343°- 371°C) for lead-free solder. You want the tip hot enough to melt the solder efficiency, but excess heat can damage components as the heat travels along the leads, and it will reduce the lifespan of the soldering tip.
How do I calibrate my FX-888D?
In order to reset the HAKKO FX-888D back to the factory default settings, hold down the UP and ENTER buttons and turn the power on. The display will show ‘A’ (for Asian defaults and display in Celsius) or ‘U’ (for US defaults and display in Fahrenheit).
What wattage soldering iron do I need for stained glass?
Your iron should have a heat capacity of between 80 and 200 watts. – The exception to this rule is irons with the ceramic heating element, like the Hakko FX-601 above, which is a far more efficient technology and therefore needs less wattage.
How do I set the temperature on my Hakko FX 888D?
Switch and control button The front panel for the HAKKO FX-888D has the following two control buttons. −Use this button to select and change settings. In the temperature preset mode, pressing this button will change the selected preset temperature while the unit is in operation.
Who owns Hakko?
Kirin Holdings Company, Limited
Kyowa Hakko Kirin
|Net income||$ 31.32 million USD (FY 2013) (¥ 30.07 billion JPY) (FY 2013)|
|Number of employees||7,532 (consolidated) (as of December 31, 2017)|
|Parent||Kirin Holdings Company, Limited|
|Subsidiaries||47 (33 in Japan and 14 overseas countries)|