I'm interested in a TS100 soldering iron as a decent starter iron and a light one that doesn't take up too much space. It doesn't come with a power supply though, presumably to keep it flexible as it can take 12-24V input (max 65W usage). So I found this 24V power supply to go with it.
My question is whether this device is grounded and if so how, or if not, is it safe to use or does it risk shorting out into the user? I would think it is not grounded since most AC/DC adapter barrel connector power supplies I find are only 2-prong (is it necessarily only 2-prong). In that case, I'd hope the device is insulated - how would one check that?
The closest thing I could find to a spec sheet for this iron is here: https://imgmgr.banggood.com/images/upload/2015/11/TS100/TS100%20Soldering%20Iron%20Instruction%20Manual.pdf It mentions a ground screw and connecting a ground wire to that. Does that imply that for safe use of the device, I'd need to - in addition to the power supply - have a ground wire clipped under that screw and connected on the other end to a reliable ground like copper plumbing pipes?