FM2031 Nitrogen Heavy Duty Soldering Iron Handpiece with Holder
NITROGEN COMPATIBLE HEAVY DUTY SOLDERING IRON
The Hakko FM-2031 Nitrogen Compatible Soldering Iron provides a higher mass tip with double the power of conventional T17 tips. This iron is ideal for soldering difficult-to-solder heavy ground planes and/or high heat sink applications.
- uses T22 tips (not included)
- compatible with the Hakko FM-203 soldering station and FM-206 rework system
IMPORTANT. PLEASE READ: The FM-2031 can only be attached to the Hakko FM-203 "D" port, and the Hakko FM-206 CH2 or CH3 ports. If you attach the iron to any other port, a grip error or connector error (C-E) will occur.
Note: The FM-203 stations with serial numbers before 02203211002129 will require the purchase of an upgrade. Due to the upgrade process requirements, upgrades cannot be performed in the field. Stations must be returned to American Hakko under a CASE for this upgrade, at which time the upgrade (PN: FM203-UPGR) can be purchased with the FM2030-02 kit and your selection of T22 tips.
Note: Handpiece ONLY = Part Number: FM2031-01
Nozzle Assembly Required when using nitrogen
Nozzle assemblies are required in order to properly envelop the tip when using nitrogen. Nozzle assemblies are made to fit specific shape tips. Please choose the approprate nozzle assembly for your tip selection based on the chart below.
|Tip P/N||Nozzle Assy P/N||Nozzle Assy|
|T22-BL||B3121||Nozzle Assy A|
|T22-D08||B3123||Nozzle Assy C|
|T22-C5||B3124||Nozzle Assy D|
|T22-D24||B3561||Nozzle Assy E|
FM-2031 Nitrogen Compatible Heavy Duty Soldering Iron
|Part No.||FM2031-01 (handpiece only)|
|Power Consumption||140W / 24VAC|
|Temperature Range||200 - 500°C (400 - 930°F)|
|Tip to Ground Resistance||<2 ohms|
|Handpiece Total Length (w/o cord)||231mm (9.1 in.)|
|Handpiece Weight (w/o cord)|| 47g (1.7oz)
(with 2.4D tip and Nozzle Assy E)
|Cord/Reach||1.3m (4.3 ft.)|
|Tips||T22 Series (not included)|
|Nozzle Assemblies||Varies by tip (not included)|
|Top Tips||Top Tips for Successful Soldering and De-Soldering Processes|