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September 14, 2010

DIY Temperature Controlled Soldering Iron

at 4:31 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks


This DIY Soldering Iron was created using a Atmega8 microcontroller. Not only does it have a way to set and forget the temperature you want you can also set the three buttons to store the three most common temperatures you use.



 

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2 Responses to “DIY Temperature Controlled Soldering Iron”

  1. Protosss Says:

    How do you messure the temperature here? Do you have a sensor, or do you messure the resistance or something and you calibrated it?
    Tnx

  2. Seven Says:

    The Soldering Pencil Itself has a temperature sensor built in it… From the looks of it. I don’t see one in the Schematic… The LInk at his blog has more info…
    All in all this is really cool.
    You should take one of those Laser bar code scanners, you know the all aluminum pencil ones and turn that into the Soldering pencil itself. That would be slick!

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