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HAKKO FG-100イメージ

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  • Tip thermometer providing reliable temperature control of soldering iron tips
  • Compact design saves your workspace and allows you to easily carry it around
  • Extremely fine sensor with high temperature reactivity is incorporated
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Surely and easily Temperature control
Suitable for Lead-Free Solder
· Good temperature response using a fine CA wire sensor (φ0.2mm)
· Disposable sensor always maintains accurate temperature measurment
(Replace sensor when the measuring point underwent degradation)
· Sensor has the twice service life than conventional ones.
Dimensional Measurement
· Allows you to measure from any desired direction according to tip shape
  Measuring Sample of Thermometer HAKKO FG-100 *Design image only
Auto Shut-Off Function
· If no measurement operation is performed within 3 minutes, the power will be automatically shut off.
MAX HOLD Function
· When the button "MAX HOLD" is pressed, "MAX HOLD" will be displayed and the highest temperature of Iron will be held in the display.
  Display Sample of MAX HOLD Function
Easy-to-read temperature
· Large and clear display
· Digital temperature display make to read it accurately
Compact Size
· Convenient to carry and saves your workspace


Initial display (room temperature) appearing when the power is turned ON

It is not necessary to deduct the room temperature that was displayed when the power was turned ON from the measured temprature. The temperature appearing on the LED display is the actual measured value.

Guaranteed temperature range with the measurement tolerance of ±3°C

In general, the optimal temperature range for soldering is 300°C to 500°C, and that for SMD rework system is 300°C to 600°C. The tolerance of ±3°C within the optimal temperature range (300°C to 600°C) is assured. For the temperature range other than the above, the tolerance is not guaranteed but usually stays in the range of about ±5°C.