Author Topic: Aixun H314 1400W hot air station - has aixun jumped the shark?  (Read 873 times)

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H310D 1000W $190: https://www.aixuntech.com/product/h310d-1000w-smart-hot-air-gun-heating-rework-station-for-bga-repair-/
H312 1400W $200: https://www.aixuntech.com/product/h312-smart-hot-air-gun-1400w-high-power-intelligent-rework-station/
H314 1400W $250: https://www.aixuntech.com/product/h314-smart-hot-air-gun-heating-1400w-intelligent-rework-station-bga-repair/





Steve reviewed the H310D previously and was not too impressed:


Was OK but lots of UI issues, slowness, bugs.
Would be nice if they could focus on the core functionality instead of adding stuff like fingerprint sensors and bluetooth remotes. Though maybe someone, somewhere, has a use case for that..
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Re: Aixun H314 1400W hot air station - has aixun jumped the shark?
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2024, 12:03:16 am »
Interesting instruments! The review video was interesting too.

I wonder if the software capabilities with the profiles and chart, etc., could almost be repurposed into a DIY reflow oven controller instead!

Although slightly more expensive (but still very low-cost), I've been thoroughly impressed with the Quick TR1300A (which I recall was also once reviewed by Steve). I got mine from AliExpress, which was a bit of a gamble since I'd never spent that much on the site and had not seen a review at the time. Fortunately, it worked out. But that product doesn't have the software potential that the Aixun devices will likely have if they sort out the bugs, etc.
 


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