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Zucca:
Quick 861 Pro Lead-Free Smart Hot Air Desoldering Station


* 1300W high power,Intelligent PID linear temperature
* Full viewing angle HD color screen,Dynamic temperature display
* AI voice control,Free your hands and move freely
* Using brushless vortex fan,Long life and low noise,70L/min large air volume,Low pressure
* cooling hibernation,Protect hot air handle,Extend heating core life
* Compact handle, ergonomically designed
PDF nanual here

wondering if anybody already got it, would be nice to hear some impression...

PS: seems like the voice commands are a feature that once you tried you can't go back anymore...
PSS: I already PM Steve... he should do a review...

thm_w:
If you can just say "two fifty" and it changes to 250C... maybe see it being usable for some people. But my guess is it won't be that simple.

At least they put dedicated CH1/CH2/CH3 presets on the front, those are actually useful to have. The TR1300A did not have those for some reason.

ataradov:
There is a full list of supported commands (6 full pages). I don't know if it would understand anything else. To set 250, you would have to say "Temperature to Two Five Zero". It looks like a pretty basic voice recognition, not the modern "AI".

I don't see this being useful in a shared lab or production environment.

Zucca:

--- Quote from: thm_w on May 01, 2024, 09:18:22 pm ---At least they put dedicated CH1/CH2/CH3 presets on the front, those are actually useful to have. The TR1300A did not have those for some reason.

--- End quote ---

There are 4 CH presets! Big plus for me!

Zucca:

--- Quote from: ataradov on May 01, 2024, 10:06:23 pm ---I don't see this being useful in a shared lab or production environment.

--- End quote ---

No doubt, this is why you can deactivate the  :wtf: "AI"  :blah:  :-X voice recognition.
I am alone in the lab.... so no issue here.

In my little experience with hot air gun, there is no point to set a precise temp.
The main work is to  adjust the gun distance and heating time by the user hand.

It is always safer to start from a lower temp, this is why a need 1 or 2 iterations by bumping the temp up to get it right.
Don't get me wrong, the more experience you have the quicker you are as always.

Anyway if I could just say something instead to press a button (by look somewhere else and/or by interrupting the soldering job) I imagine it could be very practical.
This is all in my speculations, this is why I started this thread to get a real life feedback...

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