A small (5x5cm) but powerfull soldering iron controller. It is capable of driving in series thermocouple heaters like Hakko T12 and T15 digitaly. Since it will deliver upto 70W it can solder almost everything. It comes with a small userinterface baord which contains a small, bright OLED display to show all relevant information and two buttons to control it. This board is separate from the soldering iron driver board to allow flexible placement or it can be easily builtin into a (existing) housing. Boards are coupled with a flatflex cable (included). Key features are:
The controller can store upto 31 different calibrationdata of each tip you own. Calibration of a tip is done by letting it cool down to room temperature and heating it up to 183 degrees Celsius (melting point of normal leaded (60/40) solder).
Optional the controller is programmable through a serial link (using a 3v3 serial to USB convertor) (not implemented in the current firmware). Firmware is also upgradable by using this serial link.
Not included in the package is a 24Vdc, 3A capable powersupply. The controller accepts anything between 12V and 24V. A working soldering iron may be required for assembly.
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I’m a dutch guy who studied electronics a long time ago. Due to work sort of forgot how nice it is to thinker with electronics, till somewhere in late 2009/begin 2010 my interest was sparked again by dangerousprototypes.com and I bought myself a buspirate. I registered on the forum and started to improve the firmware on this wonderfull device. The firmware finally arrived at version 6 and was modular then ever before. Ian (owner of dangerousprototypes) was living at the time in the Netherlands and we met regularly. Together we did some crazy project under the Dangerousprototypes name, most noticable are the ATX breakout and protoboards. Later on (2011/2012) we went together on the first geek tours to Japan and China and had a wonderful time in the ‘candy stores’ there.
Later on Ian moved to Shenzhen, China to start there his new business. In 2015 I finally got the time to attend ‘Hacker Camp Shenzhen’ and there I showed a prototype of a simple soldering iron controller. Ian and others were super enthusiastic and encouraged me to get it produced in Shenzhen.