Weller The Original. NAM 2019 - Flipbook - Page 38
Soldering Stations | WX Line
WXA2 Hot-Air station
THE PERFECT SOLUTION FOR HOT-AIR AND SOLDERING JOBS.
Clear handling advantages and tangible cost savings in one
unit. That’s what you get with the WXA2 hot-air station. Ideal
for complex hot-air jobs or traditional soldering. The amount of
hot air (20 l/min at 6 bar) can be adjusted to any value in range.
And of course the entire range of high-performance hot-air
and soldering accessories is compatible with this station.
Dimensions L x W x H (Inches)
Dimensions L x W x H (mm)
Weight (approx.) in kg
(depends on tool) °C
(depends on tool) °F
Temperature accuracy °C
Temperature accuracy °F
Adjustable air amount
Adjustable operating mode
The unit has 3 separate operating modes.
Operating mode level 1 – the air flow
continues for as long
as the button on the hot-air iron or foot
switch is pressed.
100 - 550
200 - 999
Operating mode level 2 – if the button is
pressed once, the hot-air flow continues
for between 0 and 300 seconds, stopping
at the end of the set time.
1x USB, 2x RS232, 1x
Automatic tool identification
The amount of air can be controlled using
the rotary knob. An external compressed
air supply is needed. The amount of air is
displayed in percent.
6,69 x 5,95 x 5,12
174 x 154 x 135
200 W (255 W)
Operating mode level 3 – the WXHAP
200 switches on with
one press of the button and off with the
Traceability (unit data)
Finger and foot switches
Temperature accuracy for hot air °C
Temperature accuracy for hot air °F
Max. hot air flow rate l/
min (depends on tool)
Air consumption l/min
The air flow is controlled using the finger
switch in the handle.
It can also be controlled by a foot switch
Compressed air connection
Equipotential bonding socket
Outer diameter 6 mm
(0, 24 "), oil-free, dry
Via 3, 5 mm pawl socket
on back of device.
All WX devices are ESD-safe and can be
used in electrostatically protected areas.
The ion trap in the iron ensures that the
emerging hot air is free of static electricity.
Inert gas operation
An inert gas (nitrogen) can also be used
for challenging soldering jobs to generate
the hot air.