Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible

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00-0112 Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible   10 $403.80
00-0181 Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible   10 $347.80
00-0121 Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible   10 $347.80
00-0120 Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible   10 $347.80
00-0118 Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible   10 $347.80
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Replacement soldering tips for Japan Unix robotic systems. See cross references or data sheets for tip-to-tip referencing.
 
Plato, the leading manufacturer of replacement soldering tips for over 50 years, now offers top quality tips for robotic soldering stations. Because of our expertise in plating technology and soldering tip engineering, Plato tips improve soldering performance with split-second heat recovery.

Plato robotic tips feature long tip life that resists the abuse of constant, repetitive robotic soldering without sacrificing soldering efficiency.

Features & Benefits

  • Increased soldering speed by reducing heat recovery time
  • Plating engineered for long tip life
  • Custom tip development at reasonable minimums
  • 50 years’ experience in tip engineering

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00-0112 Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible

Cross Reference: Japan Unix P1V12-28 10  Units/Case

Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible

00-0181 Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible

Cross Reference: Japan Unix P3PC-S 10  Units/Case

Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible

00-0121 Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible

Cross Reference: Japan Unix C25D-S 10  Units/Case

Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible

00-0120 Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible

Cross Reference: Japan Unix P2PC-S 10  Units/Case

Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible

00-0118 Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible

Cross Reference: Japan Unix P3D-R, Pace 1121-0480 10  Units/Case

Soldering Tip - Japan Unix Compatible

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