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Antex 660TC soldering station and iron - suitable for static-sensitive components?
Antex 660TC soldering station and iron - suitable for static-sensitive components?
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Old 30th April 2013, 01:10 AM   #1
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Default Antex 660TC soldering station and iron - suitable for static-sensitive components?

Hi guys.

Just wondering if an Antex 660TC temperature-controlled soldering station with TC50 iron is suitable for use on low-voltage, static-sensitive components. One list of specs I've seen for it mentions 24V to the iron from the station, and tip-to-earth continuity.

Any guidance much appreciated.
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