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Weller W60P 60Watts/120V Controlled Output Soldering Iron


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  • Controlled output soldering iron
  • Uses Weller "closed loop" method of controlling maximum tip temperature
  • Stainless steel modular plug-in heater for greater efficiency and versatility
  • Portable line voltage iron - no base station required
  • Made in Mexico
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Product Description

The Weller W 60 w soldering iron is sold 1 pack per case and is another quality product from Weller. This soldering iron is designed to work with PH60 - Soldering Iron Stand. Provides an output wattage of 60 w. Input voltage needs to be 120 v ac. Additional and potentially important information was collected about this product. Product Description: 2-wire Soldering Iron

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The Weller W60P is a 60Watts/120V controlled output soldering iron. Uses Weller "closed loop" method for controlling maximum tip temperature. Portable line voltage iron - no base station required. Iron features stainless steel modular plug-in heater for greater efficiency and versatility. Temperature is controlled by tip - 700° F. Nominal heat-up time with 700° F tip is 110 seconds. Uses CT series Weller tip - comes with CT5A7 tip. Heating element type is in-home wound, plug in. Two-wire cord set. UL and cUL listed. Made in Mexico.

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Part Number W60P
Item Weight5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions10.3 x 4.1 x 1.5 inches
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Item model numberW60P
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB0006OBF0Y
Best Sellers Rank #98,878 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableNovember 19, 2003
  
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Shemp on September 22, 2012
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I have used the 40 and 60 watt Weller irons. This one is significantly better outdoors than the 40 watt model. Also, if you are operating with a modified sine wave inverter this model is preferred to the 40 watt model. If you arent sure whether 60 watts is enough, look for a 100 watt Edsyn soldering station.

Note: If you will be soldering large wire, such as 14 ga and bigger, get a bigger tip (the iron can fit several tip sizes) because the OEM tip is fairly small.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Knight on March 21, 2013
There are (or at least were) tips available in higher temp ratings. I've got 600, 700, and 800 degree tips. My favorite is a large chisel tip @ 700 degrees. This tip is over 20 years old and still is perfect. The iron is very tolerant of abuse. I have left it plugged in for 2-3 days at a time (accidentally) with no problems.
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By QuakerJ on October 3, 2012
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This is a nice soldering iron that does the job for most of our applications. This is a well built iron that will last a long time. The temperature control would be good in a lot of situations where heat can damage components or melt plastic connectors. It heats up fast, works flawlessly.

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Some projects (like soldering enamel covered wire) we feel the tip is not hot enough, and had to resort to ordering Weller's non-temp controlled model for a lot less, which ironically solders better than this more expensive one. If you need a lot of heat, don't let the 60W fool you-- the temperature control will keep the tip from getting as hot as you want it.
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Mine is the old W60 I don't know exactly how old it is. I got it used in 1975 from an older ham radio operator that taught me about the Amateur Radio hobby. After all the years of hard use, it's still going strong. If there still making them the same way today, you will have a tool that should last a lifetime.

I wish my old one had the heat guard handle like these new ones have, but for the cost of a new one, I can live with the warm to the touch handle...This one has the rubber cord with the molded non polarized plug on the end...
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By Micah D. Dunning on January 20, 2014
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Great soldering iron. I use this daily aboard yachts to solder audio-visual connections and the previous one I had worked for years (it blew due to an improper power source on my part). It's not an adjustable station but it's small and portable which is invaluable. Easy to clean and heats up in 30 seconds to 3 minutes depending on how well you take care of your equipment.
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By Dan P. on August 2, 2013
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The exact iron I just replaced after 20 years of service. Just the right mix of power and accuracy that I use for everything from a TO-92 transistor to large heat sinked power applications. Stays cool in your hand and the supplied tip is very versatile...and it's a Weller. I expect this one to last every bit as long as the last one.
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The electronics shop I work for supplies these for their employees. It holds it's heat well and I like the variety of tips that you can get with these. I like this better than the lower wattage irons that are available for homeowners so I decided to get one for myself.
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