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HAKKO FM-2027/FM-2028

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  • Soldering iron in lock-type sleeve assembly
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Features

Applicable models
  HAKKO FM-2027
HAKKO FM-2027
HAKKO FM-2028
HAKKO FM-2028
Connectable station
HAKKO FM-202
HAKKO
FM-202

*Discontinued
HAKKO FM-203
HAKKO
FM-203


HAKKO FM-204
HAKKO
FM-204


HAKKO FM-206
HAKKO
FM-206
HAKKO FX-950
HAKKO
FX-950
HAKKO FX-951
HAKKO
FX-951
HAKKO FX-952
HAKKO
FX-952
Differences between HAKKO FM-2027 and HAKKO FM-2028.
Understand the differences in appearance and functions.

HAKKO FM-2027 and HAKKO FM-2028 could meet customers' demands for work in various soldering environments, further improving user-friendliness. They have the following four features:

How to remove and insert the tip. (Movie: 1.3MB)
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  1.The sleeve assembly has employed the lock type.
The lock-type sleeve assembly can be attached securely to the connector cover.
To remove the sleeve assembly, draw it out while holding down the lock part.

Lock-type sleeve assembly attachment

To remove the sleeve assembly, draw it out in the arrow direction
while holding down both the lock parts.

Removing the sleeve assembly

  2.When you insert the tip into the sleeve assembly, you will hear it click!

If you don't hear it click, the tip is not inserted securely.

Removing the tip from the sleeve assembly


  3.A green sleeve assembly has been added.
The sleeve assembly variation has now increased to four colors:
yellow, orange, blue, and green.

Sleeve assemby is available in four colors
Why are the four colors prepared?
Tip shapes are identified by color, saving the time needed to check the shapes before work. Identifying the tip shapes by color prevents you from using the wrong tip carelessly. This identification method is especially useful when the shapes are the same but differ in size and because the C type differs from the CF type.
Example of different colored sleeve assemblies used to distinguish soldering irons