SC7000Z - 

Desoldering Gun, ESD Safe, 120W, 100-230VAC, 50/60Hz, 400°C Max Temperature, UK Plug

SC7000Z - Desoldering Gun, ESD Safe, 120W, 100-230VAC, 50/60Hz, 400°C Max Temperature, UK Plug

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The SC7000Z from Denon Instruments is a gun type desoldering tool. This tool is designed to remove SMD/SMT components. SC-7000Z is of the pump built-in structure with a temperature control circuit. Direct connection between the diaphragm pump and the tip can provide high vacuum efficiency which can accommodate for 8 to 12 layered PCB. The combination of a 100W ceramic heater with sensor feedback temperature control circuit and high vacuum capacity can provide best work efficiency with no failure. The removal of SMD components can be easily done by a flick of the selector lever and by replacing the tip with the hot blow nozzle.
  • Protection against ESD is secured
  • Low noise and low vibration
  • Quite compact, light-weight unit is portable and ready to use at any location
  • Operate at 100VAC or 120VAC or 230VAC at 50Hz/60Hz
  • Power consumption of 120W
  • Diaphragm tip
  • Motor output 12W
  • Operating temperature range from 350°C to 500°C
  • Maximum temperature of hot blow 400°C
  • Weight of 420g



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