Welcome to the Eleshop knowledge base. The goal of the knowledge base is to let visitors learn about electronics, electronics manufacturing & design and electronics tooling. We just started to knowledge base, so there are not many articles yet.

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Which soldering station should I buy? Jelle and Boaz discuss the Weller WT-1012, JBC CD-2BQE, Hakko FX-888D, TS80 and the Aoyue 936. [English subs]Read More
Posted in Soldering Video By Roy de Laat

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Because it is sometimes difficult to find the right product in our long list of products, we aim to advise you as much as possible. This can be in the form of theoretical knowledge of certain properties, or a simple comparison between the pros and cons of products. This article helps to explain the former; the theoretical knowledge of certain properties. It is intended as a guide and to explain the various properties mentioned in the data sheets of the oscilloscopes.

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Posted in Oscilloscopes By Roy de Laat

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Most of the electronics produced worldwide are soldered with convection ovens. These ovens are also available for laboratories or small series productions. However, they are not very user-friendly. That is why vapour phase ovens are a good alternative.

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Posted in Soldering By Roy de Laat

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We sell dozens of different soldering stations. But which of these soldering stations is the most popular and why? If you do not yet know which soldering station to buy, this article will help you choose.

The five most popular soldering stations are listed below in order of popularity.

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Posted in Soldering By Roy de Laat

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Electronics are getting smaller and smaller, so for their repair, inspection or development, it is becoming increasingly more important to magnify the image of the electronics properly. A microscope is an ideal tool for this. This article briefly explains the key aspects of a microscope, so you know what to keep in mind when buying a microscope.

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Posted in Microscopes By Roy de Laat

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The ElectroStatic Discharge phenomenon is known in everyday life as static electricity, or the crackling sound you get when you take off your sweater, or when you rub against a balloon and your hair suddenly stands up straight.

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Posted in ESD By Roy de Laat