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Old 01-25-2010, 12:35 PM   #16
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From room temp when I switch it on (the iron is in the holder), I would say like 10 sec temp rising to 200C. From 200C to max 480C (when you pick the iron from the holder) I would say like 5-7 secs
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I have noticed that according to the manual the 1.2 and 5.0 mm tips are supplied with the station, not 0.5mm. So it should be suitable for a "hard" soldering works too, right out of the box. Plus all the Quick 202D numerous tips should fit.
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Apparently not exclusive to LRP, can get the same one now from Graupner in black....http://shop.graupner.de/webuerp/servlet/AI?ARTN=94411


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how the hell do you read all of that.....lol
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how the hell do you read all of that.....lol
Its German, just a language like English also is...


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does anyone know what the black rubber is for that comes in the LRP solder station box?

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Thanks for the info guys! Old thread but I picked up the QK202D......$90 cheaper than the LRP and it is the exact same machine
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I do have this LRP soldering station, I bought mine at my LHS which is also an LRP distributor for my region. I ve been using it a little less than a year. I can't compare it to the ohter top brand soldering station as this is my 1st proper R/C orientate solder station. (Before this all my solder were the cheapo ones ). I m not actually a heavy soldering user , so far I have used it to replaced ESC wires from their PCB, motor wires, working on my Miniz MosFET and replacing batt connectors only.

What I really like about it?
1. The temp rises to your set temp very quickly.
2. When you put the solder iron onto the holder, it will automatically reduce the iron temp to pre set temp of 200C, which I think will prolong the life of the tip. When you pick it up the temp rises very quickly.
3. It has a safety feature which will switch off the station if its idle for a predetermined time...( I set mine to 10 mins )
4. The included 2 tips are perfect for my soldering application, I don't know if I need more sizes in the future.
5. The iron can be hold like you are writing with a pen,(unlike my cheapo solder which the distance from the tip to the holder is a bit apart so I have the tendency of hand vibration when soldering) so I can do my solder job precisely....esp for my MiniZ mosfet replacement.

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None so far....
all stated is 100% the build quality is tops.
tips included one fatty and a pinpoint tip.
it heats up in seconds.....the magnetic sensor determines if its being taken off stand and heats it up by the time u make the solder point.
there is also a sub calibration set to allow heat shift as to not waste energy....etc.
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