Calibrating New Offset Value


Input the New offset value

After calculating the new offset value, it is now time to calibrate your soldering station to reflect the new value. 

  1. When the card is inserted, the unit is set to the temperature setting mode and the left digit position starts to flash.
    Offset Value
  2. While the left digit position is flashing, press "#" to change the temperature setting mode to the offset mode. (The 3-digit value displayed will show the current offset value.) 
    Offset Value 2
  3. Press the UP or DOWN arrow buttons to select "-" or "0" for the left digit position.
    This toggles the display between "0" (+) and "-" (-), for a positive or negative value.
    Offset 3
  4. Press "*" to make the center digit position flash.
    Offset Value 4
  5. Press the UP or DOWN arrow buttons to select "0" to "5" for the center digit position.
    Offset Value 5
  6. Press "*" to make the right digit position flash.
    Offset Value 6
  7. Press the UP or DOWN arrow buttons to select "0" to "9" for the center digit position. If a value exceeding the offset value input range (-50ºC to 050ºC/090F to 090F) is input, the mode will return to the operation step No. 2.
    Offset Value 7
  8. When the "*" button is pressed, the mode will return to the normal operation and be automatically adjusted to the set temperature. When completed, remove the card.
    Offset Value 8
  9. Finally, confirm that the offset value has been set correctly. Measure the actual tip temperature with a tip thermometer and ensure that both actual temperature and set temperature are the same. 
  10. In the event that there is still a discrepancy, reset the offset value to 0 and test the difference in temperature. From there, get the new offset value and input into the soldering station.