Thread: K3 lv Serial Cable
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Old 10-28-2012, 10:37 AM   #41
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A little closer to the topic

Although the serial port connection to the K3 does not require soldering (to the K3), other models do require soldering.

Readers might find this device useful:
http://www.dansworkshop.com/2008/03/smt-hot-air-pencil/

For a high current, low voltage, power source Dan uses the transformer from a micro-wave oven, with the high voltage winding cut away and a new, high current, low voltage, winding added.
Lots of information on the 'net about doing that for "DIY welders".
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