Voltlog #85 – STM32 OLED T12 Soldering Station

Today we are taking a look at this soldering station which I got from Taobao (Chinese Ebay). This unit is fully contained, power supply is built-in, it works with T12 Hakko tips and it has a nice 1.3 inch OLED display. It’s powered by the STM32 microcontroller which should make it easy to hack if anyone is interested.

Here are links to the items shown in the video:

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  1. Hi Voltlog, many thanks for your blogs and videos.
    I have a STM32 1.3 OLED Soldering iron which is working fine. My problem is that i only have 1 electrical power point and therefore have to swap my kettle lead between my Weller and STM32.

    I would like to add a battery to my STM32 soldering iron to keep the time/setting. Currently a soon a i unplug it i lose all the settings.

    Any ideas would be great appreciated

    Also the push rotery switch when turned right changes the setting down, rotate left and the setting go up. I’m guessing it soldered incorrectly? It has 2 solder through holes at the top, with 3 at the bottom

    STM32 OLED Soldering Station V2.00

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