Press Release Summary:
Compact Dial-Temp controller lets users make fixed temperature irons adjustable from 150Â°F to full heat, providing alternative to soldering stations. It works with any fixed temperature soldering iron up to 1,600 W, plugs into 115 Vac wall outlet, and has dial on top for adjusting tip temperature. Unit can moderate temperature of any 15 A device, including hot plates, melting pots, and wood burning tools.
Original Press Release:
Soldering Iron Controller Plugs Into 115 VAC Outlet, Adjusts Tip Temperature
A compact soldering iron controller that plugs into any 115 VAC outlet to let users make fixed temperature irons adjustable from 150°F to full heat is available from M.M. Newman Corporation of Marblehead, Massachusetts.
The Dial-Temp Soldering Iron Controller is an alternative to expensive soldering stations for reducing the tip temperature and protecting heat sensitive devices. Designed for use with any fixed temperature soldering iron up to 1600 watts, it plugs into a 115 VAC wall outlet and has a dial on top for adjusting the tip temperature from 150°F to full heat.
Featuring a grounded wall plug and receptacle, The Dial-Temp Soldering Iron Controller accepts a 3-prong plug and can moderate the temperature of any 15 amp device. Besides soldering irons, it is suitable for regulating hot plates, melting pots, and wood burning tools.
The Dial-Temp Soldering Iron Controller is priced at $45.71 (list). Literature is available upon request.