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Weber Displays YIHUA SMD Soldering Station 937D Real-time Digital LED Display With Celsius / Fahrenheit Temperature Switch and 6 Iron Tips, Extra Iron Heating Element and Solder. 937D

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  • Fast temperature rising and keeping steady
  • Large digital LED display shows real time temp. Easy operate.
  • With ONE spare iron heating element and SIX iron tips
  • Iron Holder with sponge.
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Technical Details
Part NumberYH-937D
Item Weight1.7 Kg
Product Dimensions25.4 x 12.7 x 25.4 cm
Manufacturer referenceYH-937D
SizeFull Size
Power Sourceac
Wattage45 watts
Item Package Quantity1
Weight1.7 kilograms
Length25.4 centimeter
Width12.7 centimeter
Height25.4 centimeter
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #21,285 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 Kg
Date First AvailableMarch 23 2013
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Product Description

---Designed for SOIC, CHIP, QFP, PLCC, BGA and temperature-sensitive components. Very good for electronics product, such as cell phone.
---Dual large 3-digit LCD display to show actual temperature. Easy to adjust temperature.
---110V, 60Hz input, specially designed for use in USA and Canada.
---Extremely low noise.
---Space saving design. High-quality resistance for durable use.
---Ventilation on the side for heat radiation
Soldering station Specifications:
Station: input 110V, output power, up to 60W, 24V.
Iron heating element: 50W, 24V
Temperature Range: 200 - 450 C
Temperature Stability: ± 1 C

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most helpful customer reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By BF on Jan. 6 2014
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As a hobbyist, I've been buying little pencil irons every couple of years as a new project requires one. They've never lasted very long for me. I finally decided enough was enough, and I looked to buy a full soldering station instead; something that will last and perform decently (it's not hard hard to outperform those little 25W pencil irons). You can pay a lot for a professional station, but I don't solder *that* much. As I said, I'm a hobbyist. So I found this one, and so far, I'm impressed.

It comes with a separate collection of various tips for the iron, so you're not stuck with a basic point. I'm not sure if I'll ever use them all or not, but it's nice to have them on hand just in case. It comes with a simple soldering iron stand (bakelite, I think) that does the job. The iron grip is comfortable, and the base seems well made. There's a digital display to dial in the iron temperature, and the best part is the speed at which it comes up to temperature! Seriously, I'm dialling in about 380 degrees for the work I'm doing, and it's there in about a minute. Good luck trying to get that type of response from a cheaper unit. I've found that I can shut it down and fire it back up when needed, rather than get all my soldering jobs prepared ahead of time and wait for an older, slow iron to heat up. It also came with a spool of 63/37 solder, which is a nice bonus, but there's nothing particularly special about that.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Li on Sept. 11 2013
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Heats up very fast (in seconds) and maintains the temperature steady. Almost no wait. I no longer have to 'schedule' all my soldering jobs for one afternoon. Now, I just go over to the soldering station whenever I need it.

Very good quality build. Set it to 350C or 370C and never have to change it again. I use 63/37 Kester with 183C melting point, and this set point gets the solder melted fast without overheating the component. Quick clean solder joint everytime.

The tips and heating element are compatible with Hakko (world famous maker of high quality soldering equipment) so there is a lot of tips to choose from; and replacement will be available even if Web Displays goes away.

Six tips are included, as well as a spool of solder.

Only con is the micro-conical tip supplied. Close to useless. Heat transfer is slow, either messes up traces or overheat components. Should have included micro, nano, and pico chisel tips instead. Even for SMD components, chisel and knife tips are the most practical. Another con is the sponge supplied - not really suitable for soldering station. Buy your own soldering sponge for $1 elsewhere or get a brass cleaner ball and you're set.
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Overall a great value, if you solder any more than once a month and still use a garbage 25 Watt Radio Shack iron you owe it to yourself to buy a decent, REAL soldering station. There is no reason to pay any more than $100, and this is probably one of the cheapest units that still include all the necessary features (digital readout, variable temp, calibration, removable iron with standard tips, etc).

Build quality is excellent, the base feels a little light but does the job, and the iron is comfortable and well insulated. The manual is absolute trash "Chingrish" translation and impossible to decipher, as expected, but other than the calibration function you really shouldn't need instructions anyway. The included extras are great to have (solder wick, roll of solder, spare tips & 2 spare heater elements) though both of my spare elements were damaged but still functional (ceramic tips chipped). The element heats up very quickly, as it should (<30sec), and though I don't have an accurate way of measuring, seems to hold its temperature well.

The only things that could be better would be a heavier base with a spot for copper wool, some way of hooking up the base to the main unit for stability, and better packaging to protect the spare elements from damage.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Alex on April 25 2013
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This Yihua 937D soldering iron is a useful, well-built tool for the hobbyist wanting to upgrade from a crappy radioshack iron.

-Overall Build Quality-
The iron is well assembled, no loose screws or rattling out of the box. Some minor components are missing, such as rubberized feet on the main box and the iron stand, as well as a setscrew on the temperature knob, but these are small issues that are easily resolved and do not affect overall operation. everything fits together without panel gaps or other issues expected from discount chinese equipment.

-Internal Build Quality-
The transformer is securely fastened down and looks to be a decent quality brick, all wires are securely fastened with zip ties. Much to my surprise an overload fuse is included inline with the power switch to prevent fire or a burnout in the event of a wiring issue. the control board looks good, all soldering looks neat and tidy, the internals of the device are well assembles

The iron heats quickly, and has realtime temperature display on the LCD as it heats up to your preset. I can't speak for the accuracy of the temp calibration as I do not have a thermometer that may be used for this sort of teting. the included tips are sufficient for most jobs, though a 2mm screwdriver head is conspicuous in it's absence. The included replacement heating element looks easy enough to replace, though a second soldering iron is required to do so.

-Final notes-
the iron is attractive, functional and well-built. If properly calibrated the real time temp display is an incredibly useful feature. While a die-cast iron stand would be preferred, the bakelite one is sufficient. All in all this is an excellent iron for the price listed, and would not be out of place on any hobby bench.
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