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Jun 29, 2009


HANSTAR 936AC- direct plug to 220V outlet plug (ESD Safe)
- now with more improved & thicker nipple & handle for more durability
- in the new light blue Handle & clear handle cover

Hanstar 936AC- new light blue handle & clear handle cover (version 2) =

Hanstar 936AC- yellow handle cover (version 1)= store price : Php380 each only


The design of the soldering iron is similar to the soldering iron 907. However, it is direct to the AC plug & not need station to operate. Also, unlike other ordinary soldering iron, you can change the style of tips that suited your application as it uses 900M series tips. The new technology porcelain heater results to long life avoiding the nuisance of changing of heating element. It uses only 15W power but its output is equivalent to a 60W soldering iron resulting to BIG Savings!

highly recommended to sa mga estudyante at hobbyist. galing nitong soldering iron nato, very powerful, ang bilis, medyo mahirap tunawin lead-free solder pero kayang kaya nito kasi designed tlaga to para sa lead-free soldering. so mas lalo ng kayang-kaya nito yung leaded na solder. 15W lang siya kaya tipid sa kuryente pero para ka naring gumamit ng solder iron na 60W. kagandahan pa nito,pede mo paltan yun soldering tip pag pudpod na or gusto mo ng ibang style ng solder tips kasi depende rin sa gamit mo, pag general works oks yung default 900MT-B or 900Mt-I, pero kung mga SMT or SMD babanatan mo, pede mo paltan to ng tips 900mt-2c, 1c or 900mt-1.2D. bilis nitong uminit pero hindi naman nakakasira ng PCB.

Php380 each lang presyong pang-estudyante, para ka naring gumamit ng mga pangfactory usage na soldering station. definitely mas maganda quality nito kesa sa mga tig 200pesos na solder iron na nabibili sa Deeco or DIY.


1. its only 15W,but its thermal output is same as the traditional 60W solder iron. parang halimbawa is yung new technology CFL bulb na 15W na ang equivalent is 60W na old technology incandecent bulb. mas maliwanag pa nga yung mga CFL na 10 to15W kesa dun sa old tehnology incandecent bulb 60W.

ganun din tong new technology hanstar 936AC-15W as compared to the traditional 60W iron. kasi marami na nag inquire ng alternative namin or equivalent sa common traditional 60W solder iron. then tng 15W solder iron ang offer namin. advantageous sa client tong 15W kasi tipid sa kuryente. sa mahal nh kuryente now.

2. ang initial "buffering" ay about 50 seconds to 70 secs pagkasaksak sa plug, after that, oks na, ambilis na ng thermal recovery after every solder

3. pantapat sa hakko Dash 454

Jun 20, 2009


Hanstar 951-900M

HANSTAR 951 –ESD soldering station

2 models: HANSTAR 951-900M HANSTAR 951-T12


● Great thermal recovery allows soldering at lower tip temperatures making the Hansin 951 an effective solution for lead-free soldering.
● Heating Element is Original Hakko from Japan to give long lasting heating operation!
● Separate Design of Soldering Iron & Tip. No need to replace the whole unit. Just replace the worn-out soldering tips or iron for BIG savings.
● Sleep function lower the tip temperature to 200 deg C to prevent oxidation of tip when the temperature of the tip remains unchanged for a certain period of time.
● Soldering tip is 900M series (for the hanstar 951-900M) & T12 series (for the hanstar 951-t12)


Power consumption 75W
Output voltage AC 24V
Temperature range 200 ~ 450℃
Input voltage 110V / 220V, 60Hz/50Hz.
Size 131(L) x 80 (W) x 130 (H) mm
Weight(without wire) 1.2kg

Soldering Iron:

Hanstar 951 Solder Iron 75 W – powerful thermal recovery. Use original Hakko heating element A-1321 but coupled with different circuitry to make it powerful 75W. The heating element is designed separately from the soldering tip for convenience & savings for the spare parts cost. Uses hansin 901 & 900M series tips.

NOTE: 2 Models to chose from. One that uses 900M tips (HANSTAR 951- 900M) &
the other model that uses T12 tips (HANSTAR 951- T12)

1. more picture for the hanstar 951-900M set. meron siyang lock na hindi nakasama sa picture

Jun 15, 2009


The 13 Incoterms - FAQs about the basics

Why Incoterms?
Incoterms are international rules that are accepted by governments, legal authorities and practitioners worldwide for the interpretation of the most commonly used terms in international trade. They either reduce or remove altogether uncertainties arising from differing interpretations of such terms in different countries.

What do they cover?
The scope of Incoterms is limited to matters relating to the rights and obligations of the parties to the contract of sale with respect to the delivery of goods sold, but excluding "intangibles" like computer software.

What are the 13 Incoterms?
Each Incoterm is referred to by a three-letter abbreviation. Here is a complete list, with the meanings spelled out. Click on any of the 13 terms listed below and read a concise definition from the Preambles to Incoterms 2000. Several of the Preambles, marked below with an *, include a footnote referring to the Introduction. Click anywhere on those pages to view the relevant part of the Introduction.

EXW EX WORKS (named place)*

FCA FREE CARRIER (named place)

FAS FREE ALONGSIDE SHIP (named port of shipment)*

FOB FREE ON BOARD (named port of shipment)

CFR COST AND FREIGHT (named port of destination)

CIF COST, INSURANCE AND FREIGHT (named port of destination)*

CPT CARRIAGE PAID TO (named place of destination)

CIP CARRIAGE AND INSURANCE PAID TO (named place of destination)*


DES DELIVERED EX SHIP (named port of destination)

DEQ DELIVERED EX QUAY (named port of destination)*

DDU DELIVERED DUTY UNPAID (named place of destination)*

DDP DELIVERED DUTY PAID (named place of destination)*

What does it take to use Incoterms correctly?
ICC recommends that "Incoterms 2000" be referred to specifically whenever the terms are used, together with a location. For example, the term "Delivered at Frontier (DAF)" should always be accompanied by a reference to an exact place and the frontier to which delivery is to be made. To prevent misunderstandings, variations of the three-letter Incoterms should be strictly avoided.

Here are three examples of correct use of Incoterms:
FCA Kuala Lumpur Incoterms 2000
FOB Liverpool Incoterms 2000
DDU Frankfurt Schmidt GmbH Warehouse 4 Incoterms 2000

Why do Incoterms need revising periodically?
The main reason is the need to adapt Incoterms to contemporary commercial practice. For instance, in the 1990 version, the clauses dealing with the seller's obligation to provide proof of delivery allowed paper documentation to be replaced by e-mail for t hat purpose for the first time.

Can you name some main innovations in Incoterms 2000?
They take account of international traders' growing reliance on intermodal transport. Increased use of FCA (Free Carrier) prompted ICC to simplify delivery obligations under this term. A further advantage of the new Incoterms is that they clearly allocate the loading and unloading requirements of both buyer and seller.

Two other changes are worth mentioning:

Under FAS (FREE ALONGSIDE SHIP) the seller is required to clear the goods for export. This is a reversal from previous Incoterms versions, which required the buyer to arrange for export clearance.

Under DEQ (DELIVERED EX QUAY) the buyer is required to clear the goods for import and to pay for all formalities, duties, taxes and other charges upon import. This is a reversal from previous Incoterms versions, which required the seller to arrange for import clearance.

I keep reading about "E"-terms and "C"-terms. What does that mean?
Incoterms 2000, like its immediate predecessor, groups the terms in four categories denoted by the first letter in the three-letter abbreviation.

* Under the "E"-term (EXW), the seller only makes the goods available to the buyer at the seller's own premises. It is the only one of that category.
* Under the "F"-terms (FCA, FAS and FOB), the seller is called upon to deliver the goods to a carrier appointed by the buyer.
* Under the "C"-terms (CFR, CIF, CPT and CIP), the seller has to contract for carriage, but without assuming the risk of loss or damage to the goods or additional costs due to events occurring after shipment or dispatch.
* Under the "D"-terms (DAF, DES, DEQ, DDU and DDP), the seller has to bear all costs and risks needed to bring the goods to the place of destination.

All terms list the Seller's and the Buyer's obligations. The respective obligations of both parties have been grouped under up to 10 headings where each heading on the seller's side "mirrors" the equivalent position of the buyer. Examples are: Delivery, Transfer of risks, Division of costs.

This layout helps the user to compare the parties' respective obligations under each Incoterm.


Origin Terms

EXW - Ex-Works, named place where shipment is available to the buyer, not loaded.
The seller will not contract for any transportation.

International Carriage NOT Paid by Seller

FCA - Free Carrier, unloaded at the seller's dock OR a named place where shipment is available to the international carrier or agent, not loaded.
This term can be used for any mode of transport.

FAS - Free Alongside Ship, named ocean port of shipment.
Ocean shipments that are NOT containerized.

FOB - Free On Board vessel, named ocean port of shipment.
This term is used for ocean shipments only where it is important that the goods pass the ship's rail.

International Carriage Paid by the Seller

CFR - Cost and Freight, Named ocean port of destination.
This term is used for ocean shipments that are not containerized.

CIF - Cost, Insurance and Freight, named ocean port of destination.
This term is used for ocean shipments that are not containerized.

CPT - Carriage Paid To, named place or port of destination.
This term is used for air or ocean containerized and roll-on roll-off shipments.

CIP - Carriage and Insurance Paid To, named place or port of destination.
This term is used for air or ocean containerized and roll-on roll-off shipments.

Arrival At Stated Destination

DAF - Delivered At Frontier, named place of destination, by land, not unloaded.
This term is used for any mode of transportation but must be delivered by land.

DES - Delivered Ex-Ship, named port of destination, not unloaded.
This term is used for ocean shipments only.

DEQ - Delivered Ex-Quay, named port of destination, unloaded, not cleared.
This term is used for ocean shipments only.

DDU - Delivered Duty Unpaid, named place of destination, not unloaded, not cleared.
This term is used for any mode of transportation.

DDP - Delivered Duty Paid, named place of destination, not unloaded, cleared.
This term is used for any mode of transportation.


Jun 3, 2009



● Quick heat-up & Great thermal recovery allows soldering at lower tip temperatures making the Hanstar 942 & Hanstar 938 effective solutions for lead-free soldering
● Fast temperature returning capability permitting high quality soldering work. ● HANSTAR 942 / 938 uses a triune digital display and rapidly increases/ decreases by ±1deg C
● Temperature range of 200-450 deg C, the error is linear proportional and within ±3 deg C
● The correcting value for 942 & 938 temperature calibrations is easily inputted through touch of keys, which greatly improve the accuracy of temperature error correction. ● With low temperature Temperature alarm
● Temperature locking function with a card makes the set temperature unable to change freely.
● Separate Design of Heating Element & Soldering Tip. No need to replace the whole heating element & tips. Just replace the worn-out soldering tips for BIG savings! Uses 900M series soldering tips.
● Anti-static design eliminating harmful static discharges. ● Japan-made Heating Element for long lasting heater operation.
● Widely Used, Long Life Operation, Low Cost but Great Performing, Spare Parts are low cost & easily available ● Modified Hanstar 942/ 938 that can rapidly reach awesome 600 deg C available at client’s request.

Soldering Station Station no. 938
Power consumption: 100W
Temperature range: 200-450℃
Temperature stability: ±1℃ at idle temperature ±2℃at idle temperature
Input voltage 110V / 220V, 60Hz/50Hz.
Output voltage AC 24V
Size & Weight (without wire) 188(L)×100(W) ×108(H)mm , 2.5 Kg
Accessories Includes: Soldering Iron with tip, Stand, Sponge, Lock Card, Manual, Adaptor Plug

Soldering iron
Power consumption= 90W (24V)
Tip to ground resistance: < 2Ω ,
Tip to ground potential: < 2mV
Length, less cord: 172mm,
Weight, less cord: 30g ,
Length of cord: 1.2m

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