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zapta:

--- Quote from: wblock on January 16, 2016, 05:53:52 am ---Two seconds or five seconds, you mean? 

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The graph here says 9 secs for that JBC model vs 2 secs advertised for other JBC models.

https://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/disappointed-with-jbc/msg744838/#msg744838

If you buy a JBC, be aware of the difference. Some models can deliver heat to the tip X4 faster than others.

Hydrawerk:
There are few high frequency induction soldering stations. They are made by Metcal, Thermaltronics and then there is Hakko FX-100. The heating cartridges are powered with about 450kHz or 13MHz voltage.

The JBC CD-2BQF, PACE ADS200 and Hakko FX-951 use a resistor heating element cartridge powered by DC od pulsing 50Hz voltage. It is not so advanced as Metcal, but it also works OK.

Am I right?

(In past i thought that PACE and JBC was induction type, but I was wrong apparently.)

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