10/05/2022 1:05 a.m.
https://cablematic.com/en/products/electric-soldering-gun-100w-TK033/
Electric Soldering Gun 100W
REF: TK033
Specifications
  • Professional electric welder of gun type of 100W.
  • Direct connection to 230 VAC and 100 W.
  • It is a professional welder for precision work.
  • Immediate heating in 7-8 seconds at 230 degrees Celsius required for welding.
  • It has activation trigger and direct lighting bulb.
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PVP
36.79
Price including VAT: 36.79
PVD
30.10
Shipping costs: 12,61 *
GB-SE1 1ES
Delivery times are approximate. Cablematic is not responsible for delays.
2 years
warranty
14 days
returns
100%
safe

In stock
Only 6 units

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Specifications
  • Professional electric welder of gun type of 100W.
  • Direct connection to 230 VAC and 100 W.
  • It is a professional welder for precision work.
  • Immediate heating in 7-8 seconds at 230 degrees Celsius required for welding.
  • It has activation trigger and direct lighting bulb.

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Professional electric welder of gun type of 100W. Direct connection to 230 VAC and 100 W. It is a professional welder for precision work. Immediate heating in 7-8 seconds at 230 degrees Celsius required for welding. It has activation trigger and direct lighting bulb. It is supplied in a carrying case that includes the soldering iron, tin container, solder paste and two additional tips ofspare part
  • Gross Weight: 970 g
  • Product size (width x depth x height): 5.0 x 18.5 x 16.5 cm
  • Number of packages: 1
  • Packages size: 26.0 x 22.0 x 5.5 cm
  • Master-pack: 10

Technical terms

  • VAC
VAC
VAC would be the abbreviation of Volt Altern Current which would be translated Volts of alternating current. The difference between VDC is that its sinusoidal oscillation achieving a more efficient energy transmission.

The alternating current is the energy that we receive in our homes, it is generated in the power plants by means of alternators.

The intensity of this type of current varies with time, and changes direction 50 times throughsecond (50hz). The generated voltage changes in the form of sine wave so it is not constant.

In the image:
  1. Current by pulsations.
  2. Direct current (DC).
  3. Alternating current (AC).
  4. Variable current.

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