WLC100 Variable Temp Solder Station (5 - 40 Watt) by Weller

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This is the Weller WLC100  Variable Temp Solder Station. The Weller® WLC100 Soldering Station offers adjustable temperature hand soldering. The tip temperature can be adjusted by varying the power level of the heater. The power can be adjusted anywhere from 5 watts up to 40 watts with a knob on the base unit – enough variation to change the operating temperature from ambient to 900°F max. The WLC100 also provides a built-in iron stand and tip cleaning sponge. A selection of iron plated tips from a 1/32" conical to a 3/16" screwdriver tip are available. The WLC100 is supplied with an ST3 1/8" screwdriver tip.

The perfect soldering station for serious hobbyists, do-it-yourselfers, and students who want a higher level of soldering performance, combined with a lower cost, with professional quality makes this a great choice for the home work bench, hobbies or at the shop. Uses standard tips.

Features
  • On/Off Lighted Power Switch
  • Variable Power Control Produces 5-40 Watts
  • Quality Lightweight Pencil Iron
  • Cushioned Foam Grip With Replaceable Heating Element
  • Safety Guard Iron Holder
  • Natural Sponge Tip Cleaning Pad
  • Comes With ST3 Iron Plated Copper Tip

This product was added to our catalog on November 10, 2008.

John Lauro
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Sep 5 2012 (about 4 years ago)
Weller WLC100 Variable Temp Solder Station (5 - 40 Watt)
This is a nice and affordable station. I prefer this over a stand alone iron because of the dial that allows you to control the wattage. If your solder spits, you can turn it down a little. My only complaint is that the tip is a bit small. I am using this on 10 gauge wires and it takes a while to heat up the thick wire. It gets plenty hot though.