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Weller T0151004199N TCP Temperature Controlled Soldering Iron

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The Weller TCP 'Magnastat' temperature controlled soldering iron has become the industry standard for demanding applications.

  • 24V operation
  • 50W power
  • Iron temperature is varied by changing soldering tips / adaptors
  • Irons are supplied fitted with a PT7 adaptor that sets the irons temperature to 370°C
  • Other adaptors are available that set the temperature to 260°C, 360°C, 425°C or 480°C
  • Irons are supplied fitted with an LTM soldering tip and can accept any of the Weller LT series tips
  • Standard irons are supplied fitted with 1.2m of silicon sheathed cord
  • A suitable stand is available separately, order code 85-4992
  • A range of spare parts to keep your iron in perfect working order are listed below

Voltage 24V
Wattage 50W
Type Soldering iron


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26 July 2015 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 85-4850
Q. hi,is the push on grip available for the tcp iron (blue handle) if so how much are they I have 5 tcp irons thankyou rick
A. Hi Rick, thank you for your question. All of the spares for this iron are viewable here.

09 April 2013 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 85-4850
Q. These irons do not take the original PTAA7 tips (84-4850), as the barrel end hole is very small. (we have purchased one and it not compatible) Do you stock Weller TCP 24 volt irons that will take the PTAA7 tip that used to be fitted ' as standard'?
A. Hi R Pearce. Thank you for your question. Weller changed the design on new irons a few years back - they now take the LT series tips. However you can purchase a barrel with the larger hole separately to convert it back to the old system if you so wish.


Reviewed by: J. Briggs - 14 April 2008
This is a top soldering iron. It heats up and stabilises quickly and it has enough thermal capacity for all normal electronics joints. It melts Lead-free solder (85-6614 recommended) with no difficulty, using normal No 7 tips. Dont use No. 8 tips as they get too hot and wear out quickly. We have used these for many years with very little trouble.