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payodpanda
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Sep 15, 2015
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http://www.banggood.com/TS100-Digital-OLED-Programable-Interface-DC-5525-Soldering-Iron-Station-Built-in-STM32-Chip-p-984214.html
$0.51 more expensive, shipped within a week. Just sayin.
EDIT - if you select shipping from USA Warehouse, and if you stay in the USA. Don't know shipping rates to other countries.
Sep 15, 2015
RidevaDemocritus
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Sep 16, 2015
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Oh man I love the Engrish on that page. I wonder how to apply to be a copywriter for these types of gigs or if they just don't care...
Sep 16, 2015
dfccomp
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Sep 16, 2015
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Yes if you can trust BG and their ships out in 1 business day! Also note that the one on BG DOES NOT include the adapter..... just an FYI if others are going that route
Sep 16, 2015
Toxic
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Sep 17, 2015
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It does work with any DC adapter in 12-24V range, and that means you can use virtually any adapter(like reusing your old laptop adapter) because most of them fall in this output voltage range.
Sep 17, 2015
payodpanda
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Sep 17, 2015
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Hahahaha. Don't they have a "contact us" page? :D
Sep 17, 2015
payodpanda
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Sep 17, 2015
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Well. It says delivered within a week. Deliveries (from shipped to delivered) never take five business days for me, more like 2-3 days. So even if it ships out within 3 days, then depending on where you live you might still get it within a week of your ordering. :)
And, well. I was just giving an option. I didn't even know about BG until I read another post with a link to the tips sold for this there. I am only starting out with DIY electronics stuff, and I really don't know much / enough to recommend products.
Sep 17, 2015
DechAmim
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Sep 18, 2015
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For the record, BG's stuff is usually good, but shipping can take forever (no tracking, either). Not trying to discourage, just letting it be known!
Sep 18, 2015
bsatow
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Oct 1, 2015
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Is there a current requirement?
Oct 1, 2015
ronCYA
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Oct 1, 2015
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For now, basic soldering skills. Not sure about the future though.
Oct 1, 2015
GlassCake
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Oct 7, 2015
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I think he was talking about amperage
Oct 7, 2015
Maita
Oct 14, 2015
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Based on the power adapter it takes and the fact that it's supposed to be wireless, I'd say the current requirement is going to be irrelevant as long as you aren't using a DIY converter or anything. I don't imagine the thing will fuss to much about how fast it's getting the power as long as it isn't coming with too much voltage.
Oct 14, 2015
Tofagerl
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Oct 16, 2015
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Wireless? Where are you getting wireless?
Oct 16, 2015
ronCYA
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Apr 5, 2017
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I know, just thought the other interpretation was hilarious :)
Apr 5, 2017
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