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Dual Function Solder Station By Xytronic (LF-1660ESD/SET) MCM Part #21-20870

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This soldering station set features 70 Watts of pure power. Despite it's 70W output, the LF-1660ESD is also suitable for delicate SMD soldering tasks and has a finely adjustable digital temperature control. Another great feature of this station is the auto-sleep function that automatically reduces the iron temperature after inactivity.

Specifications Top

Kit Contents
  • Base station
  • Soldering iron
  • SMD tweezers
  • Soldering iron stand
  • Tweezer stand
  • ESD safe
  • Microprocessor controlled circuitry
  • Detachable soldering iron with heat-resistant cable and 7-pin locking plug
  • Simple fit soldering iron tips: simply pull the tip out and push in another
  • Ideal for lead-free soldering
  • Energy-saver mode reduces temperature to 100°C after 10 minutes of inactivity
  • Automatic mains power switch-off after 20 minutes
  • Temperature adjustment lockout prevents unauthorized change
  • Low voltage soldering iron output for safety
  • Spike-free circuitry for safe soldering of sensitive devices
  • Ground jack for connection of antistatic wrist strap
  • Soldering iron stand with low abrasive brass tip cleaner
  • Output 24V AC, 70W
  • Fuse T1A, slow blow
  • Temperature range 100 to 480°C (212 to 896°F)
  • Temperature correction range +99 to -99°C / +210 to -210°F
  • Default setting 200°C / 392°F (Temperature correction value '00')
  • Temperature stability ±3°C / ±6°F of set temperature

Accessories and Replacement Parts
Part Numbers
MCM Part #:21-20870
Xytronic Part #:LF-1660ESD/SET
Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:5.25 lbs.
RoHS Comp:Yes
Warranty:365 days
Need to Return?
Length:7.5 in.
Width:11.5 in.
Height:7.5 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No

Product Reviews Top

  • by radiotech9409

    on 4/8/2017

    XYtronic LF1660ESD

    Overall: 5 out of 5

    I personally own a few XYtronic soldering and desoldering stations. I currently own the LF-3200 and LF-5200. Both are high power soldering stations, 120W. They are perfect for soldering terminals, battery, Drones, etc. They are also perfect for soldering SMC with the selected tips. This station is no exception. The tweezers is a lot better compared to the tweezers made by Aoyue. The soldering wand is high quality, its structure is similar to Hakko and Metca. Both the soldering wand and the tweezers use integrated heater/tips. They heat up fast and cool down fast, too. The price point is perfect for professional use and/or hobbyist.

  • by hbustani

    on 3/17/2017

    Here are some details about the product:

    Overall: 4 out of 5

    Control unit has its power switch on front panel, along with a slide switch which selects between the iron and the tweezers. Only one of them is powered at a time, however heat-up is really fast, about 7 seconds from room temp to 700'F. The temperature setting is the same for both iron and tweezers. So if you want your iron at 700'F and your tweezers at 750'F, you will have to change the setting each time you switch tools. However, there is a programmable temperature offset adjustment (+-178'F) for each tool, which may provide a way around this inconvenience.
    The LED display shows the set temperature while it is being set, and the actual temperature at all other times. Units are indicated by "'F" or "'C". The decimal point blinks to indicate on/off operation of the heating element.
    For some strange reason, the manual states that the tweezers' tips may be 54 to 90 'F colder than the iron tip, when set to the same temperature. Again, the programmable offset should be able to compensate for this.
    The iron and tweezers use the same type of tip - a 3.5 inch long thin rod with three electrical contacts at one end, which plugs in to the iron / tweezers. Each tip includes its own heater and temperature sensor.
    The control unit and stands are aluminum. The stands are too lightweight, and move around easily. (They do provide some space that could be filled with rocks or sand, to keep them from moving.)
    The tips are electrically isolated from ground. There is a banana jack on the back which is shorted to ground, for an optional wrist-strap.
    The owner's manual appears to have been written for an earlier version of the product which used bent-foil tweezer tips (page 6). It also mentions about cleaning debris buildup in the barrel assembly, which does not seem applicable to the newer type of tips. The drawings of tips on page 7 are highly pixelated and illegible.

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