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New Antex Temp Adjustable Soldering Iron.

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After melting my Adjustable Iron some weeks back I am in the market for a new one and came across this new Iron from Antex. It has a Digital Read out in the handle and easy Temp Adjust buttons. Handy for variable temps when using different melt solders for a reasonable price.




This Antex TCS 50W Digital Temperature Controlled Soldering Iron is an updated version of the classic Antex TCS soldering iron.


This enhanced model benefits from push button-operated temperature adjustment and a digital display of the temperature set. The new TCS 50W uses the same range of tips as the old model and is compatible with Antex iron stands.


Digital temperature display

Easy button-operated temperature adjustment

Temperature range adjustable from 200 to 450°C

Supplied with iron-plated, 2.3mm nickel-coated tip

Tip life up to 30,000 operations

Range of 9 alternative easy-change tips available

Ergonomic handle

1.5mm burn-proof Silicone cable fitted as standard

Supplied with fitted UK 13A mains plug

Manufactured to DIN EN 60335-2-45

CE & EMC Low Voltage Directive conformity

Antex type TCS 50W

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I went for a Hakko FX-888D soldering station - very good range of temps supported, along with a variety of tips. Price ain't bad either.

You can also get them with an analogue dial for temp selection instead of the digital display if you prefer.




Temperature range 120° - 899°F (50° - 480°C)

Digital display shows °F or °C

Maintains idle temperature within 1.8°F (1°C) when set to 400 - 899°F (200 - 480°C)

Ceramic heating element and sensor ensures rapid heat-up temperature and fast thermal recovery

Password protected temperature setting

Pre-set mode allows you to store up to five (5) pre-set temperatures

Slender, lightweight ergonomic iron handles

Compact design takes up less bench space

Wide selection of tips available for soldering SMD and through-hole applications

Use with Hakko T18 series tips

ESD Safe

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