A RISC-V Soldering Iron Running an Open Firmware

The Pinecil is a smart mini portable soldering iron with a 32-bit RISC-V SoC featuring a sleek design, auto standby and it heats up to an operating temperature in just 12 seconds when paired with a sufficiently powerful power supply unit – such as the PinePower. It runs a community built firmware that is simple to update and altered to your use-case need. We offer a wide selection of tips for the Pinecil in the Pine Store, so the soldering iron is ready to aid you in whatever projects you’re about to undertake.


  • Dimensions: 17cm x 12cm x 2.3cm
  • Weight: 88 grams
  • Dimensions:  170mm with solder tip / 98mm without solder tip x 12.8mm x 16.2mm
  • Weight: 30g with solder tip / 20g without solder tip
  • Build:  Plastic with metal clip (Handle)
  • Color: Black
  • OS: Ralim’s IronOS build
  • Chipset: GigaDevice GD32VF103TB
  • CPU: 32-bit RV32IMAC RISC-V “Bumblebee Core” @ 108 MHz
  • Type: OLED White Colour Monochrome Display
  • Size: 0.69 inches
  • Resolution: 96x16pixels
  • Internal Flash Memory: 128KB
  • System Memory: 32KB SRAM
  • USB type C: PD and QC 3.0 12V-20V 3A
  • Barrel Jack: DC5525, 12V-21V DC 3A
  • Capable received power from either USB-C port or barrel jack.
  • GPIO break-out thru USB-C port
  • Default tip: Type B2 Soldering Tip

Learn More About It!

Further resources and documentation about this device can be found on PINE64 Wiki page.

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