Soldering iron

Soldering iron

A soldering iron is used to heat the connections to be soldered.

For electronic circuits, you should use a 25- to 40-watt (W) soldering iron.

Higher wattage soldering irons are not necessarily hotter; they are just able to heat larger components. A 40-W soldering iron makes joints faster than a 25-W soldering iron does.

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