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200 LF Series Soldering Tip


200 LF Series Soldering Tip
  • 200 LF Series Soldering Tip
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Product Details:
Bit Tip ShapeFlat
Bit Tip Diameter0.8mm
Material CompositionCOPPER
Material Melting Temperature600
Country of OriginMade in India

Soldering tips come in all kinds of shapes to facilitate different PCB geometries:

  • Pointed or conical – The end of the soldering tip comes to either a point or around the flat area. The size is specified by the diameter of the end, so can be as small as 0.1mm or larger than 1mm. These tips are generally used when pin-point accuracy is needed, like with very fine leadless surface mount components. They may be long for greater reach in dense board design, or a shorter microtip to reduce the amount of tip metal that needs to be heated. This can improve heat recovery. The ends of the tips may also be bent to avoid interfering with other components or contact areas.
  • Blade or knife – A blade tip is usually used for drag soldering when the solder is drawn across multiple contact pads. This is common when soldering surface mount technology (SMT) components. The size is measured along the length of the blade and can be 6.3mm (1/4”) or larger.
  • Chisel or screwdriver – A chisel allows you to heat a larger contact area, so useful for thru-hole solder joints. Lengths may vary and can also be bent, like with a conical tip. The size is mainly specified as the length of the flat area, but the depth or thickness of the tip may also vary. These can be so small they almost look like a point, like under 1mm, and as wide as 5 or 6mm.
  • Bevel – A beveled tip has a flat oval end set at an angle. Picture a metal rod that is a cross section at an angle. The size is specified by the diameter of the “rod” or shaft and sometimes the angle of the bevel. A bevel can be as small as 1mm or 4mm or larger.
  • Flow tips – A flow tip looks similar in design as a beveled tip, but instead of a flat area, it is a little indention or cup. This is also called a “mini-wave tip”, and is commonly used for drag soldering, as explained above.
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