Magmaweld MONOTIG 220ip Kullanım kılavuzu

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USER MANUAL
KULLANIM KILAVUZU
MONOTIG 220ip
MONOTIG 220ip AC/DC
DC WELDING INVERTER
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CONTENTS
Contents
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
General Information
Machine Components
Product Label
Technical Data
Accessories
INSTALLATION INFORMATION
Delivery Control
Installation and Operation Recommendations
Electrical Plug Connection
Connection To Mains
Connections For TIG Welding
Torch Connections
Gas Connections
Trigger and Pedal System Socket Connections
Grounding Pliers Connections
Installation of Torch Consumables
Connections for Covered Electrode Welding
USAGE INFORMATION
User Interface
TIG Curve
Machine Features
MAINTENANCE AND FAILURE INFORMATION
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Error Codes
ANNEX: SPARE PARTS
ANNEX 2: SPARE PARTS LIST
ANNEX 3 MONOTIG 220IP DC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
ANNEX 4: MONOTIG 220IP DC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
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Safety Precautions
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Be Sure To Follow All Safety Rules In This Manual!
Make certain that the installation procedures comply with national electrical standards and
other relevant regulations, and ensure that the machine is installed by authorized persons.
Safety symbols found n the manual are used to dentfy potental hazards.
When any one of the safety symbols are seen n ths manual, t must be understood that there s a rsk
of njury and the followng nstructons should be read carefully to avod potental hazards.
• The possessor of the machne s responsble for preventng unauthorzed persons from accessng the
equpment.
• Persons usng the machne must be experenced or fully traned n weldng; they have to read the
user manual before operaton and follow the safety nstructons.
• Read the user manual, the label on the machne and the safety nstructons carefully.
• Make sure that the warnng labels on the machne are n good condton. Replace mssng and
damaged labels.
• Learn how to operate the machne, how to make the checks n a correct manner.
• Use your machne n sutable workng envronments.
• Improper changes made n your machne wll negatvely aect the safe operaton and ts longevty.
• The manufacturer s not responsble for the consequences resultng from the operaton of the devce
beyond the specfed condtons.
• Wear dry and sturdy nsulated gloves and workng apron. Never use wet or damaged gloves and wor
kng aprons.
• Do not touch the electrode wth the bare hand.
• Never touch parts that carry electrcty.
• Never touch the electrode f you are n contact wth the electrode attached to the work surface, oor
or another machne.
• By solatng yourself from the work surface and the oor, you can protect yourself from possble
electrc shocks. Use a non-ammable, electrcally nsulatng, dry and undamaged nsulaton materal
that s large enough to cut o the operator’s contact wth the work surface.
• Do not connect more than one electrode to the electrode holder. Keep the machne turned o when
not n use.
• Before reparng the machne, remove all power connectons and/or connector plugs or turn o the
machne.
• Be careful when usng a long mans cable.
• Check all cables frequently for possble damage. If a damaged or an unnsulated cable s detected,
repar or replace t mmedately.
• Make sure that the groundng of the power lne s properly connected.
ATTENTION
Indcates a potentally hazardous stuaton that could cause njury or damage. In case f no precauton s
taken, t may cause njures or materal losses / damages.
IMPORTANT
Specfes notfcatons and alerts on how to operate the machne.
DANGER
Indcates a serous danger. In case f not avoded, severe or fatal njures may occur.
Explanation Of Safety
Information
Comprehending Safety
Precautions
Electric Shocks
May Kill
Definition Of Safety
Symbols
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Safety Precautions
Long-term inhalation of smokes and gases released from welding and cutting is very
dangerous.
• Keep away from the movng parts.
• Keep all protectve devces such as covers, panels, aps, etc., of machnery and equpment closed and
n locked poston.
• Wear metal toe shoes aganst the possblty of heavy objects fallng on to your feet.
• Use a sutable protectve mask and glass flter (4 to 13 accordng to EN 379) sutable for that to
protect your eyes and face.
• Protect other naked parts of your body (arms, neck, ears, etc.) wth sutable protectve clothng from
these rays.
• Enclose your work area wth ame-resstant foldng screens and hang warnng sgns at eye level so
that people around you wll not sustan njures from arc rays and hot metals.
• Ths machne s not used for heatng of cebound ppes. Ths operaton performed wth the weldng
machne causes exploson, fre or damage to your nstallaton.
• Burnng sensatons and rrtatons n the eyes, nose and throat are sgns of nadequate ventlaton. In
such a case, mmedately boost the ventlaton of the work area, and f the problem perssts, stop the
weldng process completely.
• Create a natural or artfcal ventlaton system n the work area.
• Use a sutable smoke extracton system where weldng and cuttng works are beng carred out. If
necessary, nstall a system that can expel fumes and gases accumulated n the entre workshop. Use a
sutable fltraton system to avod pollutng the envronment durng dscharge.
• If you are workng n narrow and confned spaces or f you are weldng lead, beryllum, cadmum,
znc, coated or panted materals, use masks that provde fresh ar n addton to the above precaut
ons.
• If the gas tanks are grouped n a separate zone, ensure that they are well ventlated, keep the man
valves closed when gas cylnders are not n use, pay attenton to possble gas leaks.
• Sheldng gases such as argon are denser than ar and can be nhaled nstead of ar f used n confned
spaces. Ths s dangerous for your health as well.
• Do not perform weldng operatons n the presence of chlornated hydrocarbon vapors released
durng lubrcaton or pantng operatons.
Moving Parts May
Cause Injuries
Arc Light May
Damage Your Eyes
And Skin
Smoke And Gases
May Be Harmful To
Your Health
• Performng works such as weldng, surface grndng, and brushng cause sparks and metal partcles
to splatter. Wear approved protectve work goggles whch have edge guards under the weldng masks
to prevent sustanng possble njures
Sparks And Spattering Particles
May Get Into Eyes And
Cause Damage
Hot Parts May Cause
Severe Burns
Noise May Cause
Damage To Your
Hearing Ability
• Do not touch the hot parts wth bare hands.
• Wat untl the tme requred for the machne to cool down before workng on ts parts.
If you need to hold hot parts, use sutable tools, weldng gloves wth hgh-level thermal nsulaton
and fre-resstant clothes.
• The nose generated by some equpment and operatons may damage your hearng ablty.
• Wear approved personal ear protectve equpment f the nose level s hgh.
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• Do not pont the torch towards any part of the body, other persons, or any metal whle unwrap png
the weldng wre.
• When weldng wre s run manually from the roller especally n thn dameters the wre can slp out
of your hand, lke a sprng or can cause damage to you or other people around, therefore you must
protect your eyes and face whle workng on ths.
• In small-szed and confned spaces, absolutely make sure to perform weldng and cuttng operatons,
accompaned by another person.
• Avod performng weldng and cuttng operatons n such enclosed areas as much as possble.
• Take all necessary precautons when movng the machne. The areas where the machne to be
transported, parts to be used n transportaton and the physcal condtons and health of the person
carryng out the transportaton works should be sutable for the transportaton process.
• Some machnes are extremely heavy; therefore, make sure that the necessary envronmental safety
measures are taken when changng ther places.
• If the weldng machne s to be used on a platform, t must be checked that ths platform has sutable
load bearng lmts.
• If t s to be transported by means of a haulage vehcle (transport trolley, forklft etc.), make sure of
the durableness of the vehcle, and the connecton ponts (carryng suspenders, straps, bolts, nuts,
wheels, etc.) that connect the machne to ths vehcle.
• If the machne wll be carred manually, make sure the durableness of the machne apparatuses
(carryng suspenders, straps, etc.) and connectons.
• Observe the Internatonal Labor Organzaton’s rules on carrage weghts and the transport regulat-
ons n force n your country n order to ensure the necessary transport condtons.
• Electrcal equpment should not be repared by unauthorzed persons. Errors occurred f faled to do so
may result n serous njury or death when usng the equpment.
• The gas crcut elements operate under pressure; explosons may occur as a result of servces provded
by unauthorzed persons , users may sustan serous njures.
• It s recommended to perform techncal mantenance of the machne and ts auxlary unts at least
once a year.
• Never perform weldng work n places near ammable materals. There may be fre or explosons.
• Before startng the weldng work, remove these materals form the envronment or cover them wth
protectve covers to prevent combustons and arng.
• Natonal and nternatonal specal rules apply n these areas.
• Do not apply weldng or cuttng operatons nto completely closed tanks or ppes.
• Before weldng to tanks and closed contaners, open them, completely empty them, clean them and
clean them. Pay the greatest attenton possble to the weldng operatons you wll perform n such
places.
• Do not weld n tanks and ppes whch mght have prevously contaned substances that may cause
explosons, fres or other reactons.
• Weldng equpment heats up. For ths reason, do not place t on surfaces that could easly burn or be
damaged !
• Weldng sparks can cause fre. For ths reason, keep materals such as fre extngushers tubes, water,
and sand n easly accessble places.
• Use holdng valves, gas regulators and valves on ammable, explosve and compressed gas crcuts.
Make sure that they are perodcally nspected and pay attenton that they run relably.
Welding Wires Can
Cause Injuries
Welding In Small Sized
And Confined Spaces
Failure To Take
Precautions During
Transport May Cause
Accidents
Maintenance Work
Performed By Unauthorized
Persons To Machines
And Apparatus May
Cause Injuries
Welding Operations
May Cause Fire And
Explosion
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• Always use handles or carryng rngs when relocatng the power-supply sources.
• Never pull from torches, cables or hoses. Be absolutely sure to carry gas cylnders separately.
Remove all nterconnectons before transportng the weldng and cuttng equpment, each beng
separately, lft and transport small ones usng ts handles, and the bg ones from ts handlng rngs or
by usng approprate haulage equpment, such as forklfts.
• Place your machne on the oor and platforms wth a maxmum tlt of 10° so that t does not fall or
tp over. Choose places that do not nterfere wth the ow of materals, where there s no rsk of
trppng over on cables and hoses; yet, large, easly ventlatable, dust-free areas. To prevent gas
cylnders from tppng over, on machnes wth a gas platform sutable for the tanks, fx the tanks on
to the platform; n statonary usage applcatons, fx them to the wall wth a chan n a way that they
would not tp over for sure.
• Allow operators to easly access settngs and connectons on the machne.
• Allow the machne to cool down accordng to operaton cycle rates.
Reduce the current or operaton cycle rate before startng the weldng agan.
• Do not block the fronts of ar vents of the machnes.
• Do not put flters that do not have manufacturer approvals nto the machne’s ventlaton ports.
• Ths devce s n group 2, class A n EMC tests accordng to TS EN 55011 standard.
• Ths class A devce s not ntended for use n resdental areas where electrcal power s suppled from
a low-voltage power supply. There may be potental dcultes n provdng electromagnetc compa-
tblty due to rado frequency nterference transmtted and emtted n such places.
• Make sure that the work area comples wth electromagnetc compatblty (EMC). Electromagnetc
nterferences durng weldng or cuttng operatons may cause undesred eects on your electronc
devces and network; and the eects of these nterferences that may occur durng these operatons
are under the responsblty of the user.
If there s any nterference, to ensure complance; extra measures may be taken, such as the use
of short cables, use of shelded (armored) cables, transportaton of the weldng machne to another
locaton, removal of cables from the aected devce and/or area, use of flters or takng the work area
under protecton n terms of EMC.
• To avod possble EMC damage, make sure to perform your weldng operatons as far away from your
senstve electronc devces as possble (100m).
• Ensure that your weldng and/or cuttng machne has been nstalled and stuated n ts place accor-
dng to the user manual.
Ths devce s not complant wth IEC 61000 -3-12. In case f t s desred to be connected
to the low voltage network used n the home, the nstaller to make the electrcal connec-
ton or the person who wll use the machne must be aware that the machne has been
connected n such a manner; n ths case the responsblty belongs to the user.
Falling Parts May
Cause Injuries
Excessive Use Of The
Machine Causes
Overheating
Excessive Use Of The
Machine Causes
Overheating
Improper positioning of the power-supply sources or other equipment can cause serious
injury to persons and physical damage to other objects.
Safety Precautions
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Accordng to artcle 5.2 of IEC 60974-9;
Before nstallng the weldng and cuttng equpment, the person n charge of the operaton and/or the
user must conduct an nspecton of possble electromagnetc nterference n the envronment. Aspects
ndcated below has to be taken nto consderaton;
a) Other supply cables, control cables, sgnal and telephone cables, above and below the weldng
machne and ts equpment,
b) Rado and televson transmtters and recevers,
c) Computer and other control hardware,
d) Crtcal safety equpment, e.g. protecton of ndustral equpment,
e) Medcal apparatus for people n the vcnty, e.g. pacemakers and hearng ads,
f) Equpment used for measurng or calbraton,
g) Immunty of other equpment n the envronment. The user must ensure that the other equpment n
use n the envronment s compatble. Ths may requre addtonal protecton measures.
h) Consderng the tme durng whch the weldng operatons or other actvtes take place durng the
day, the boundares of the nvestgaton area can be expanded accordng to the sze of the buldng,
the structure of the buldng and other actvtes that are beng performed n the buldng.
In addton to the evaluaton of the feld, evaluaton of devce nstallatons may also be necessary for
solvng the nterferng eect.
In case f deemed necessary, on-ste measurements can also be used to confrm the ecency of
mtgaton measures. (Source: IEC 60974-9).
• The applance must be connected to the electrcty supply n the recommended manner by a compe-
tent person. If nterference occurs, addtonal measures may be appled, such as flterng the network.
The supply of the fxed-mounted arc weldng equpment must be made n a metal tube or wth an
equvalent shelded cable. The housng of the power supply must be connected and a good electrcal
contact between these two structures has to be provded.
• The recommended routne mantenance of the applance must be carred out. All covers on the body
of the machne must be closed and/or locked when the devce s n use. Any changes, other than the
standard settngs wthout the wrtten approval of the manufacturer, cannot be modfed on the
applance. Otherwse, the user s responsble for any consequences that may possbly occur.
• Weldng cables should be kept as short as possble. They must move along the oor of the work area,
n a sde by sde manner. Weldng cables should not be wound n any way.
• A magnetc feld s generated on the machne durng weldng. Ths may cause the machne to pull
metal parts on to tself. To avod ths attracton, make sure that the metal materals are at a safe
dstance or fxed. The operator must be nsulated from all these nterconnected metal materals.
• In cases where the workpece cannot be connected to the ground due to electrcal safety, or because
of ts sze and poston (for example, n buldng marne vessel bodes or n steel constructon manu-
facturng), a connecton between the workpece and the groundng may reduce emssons n some
cases, t should be kept n mnd that groundng of the workpece may cause users to sustan njures
or other electrcal equpment n the envronment to break down. In cases where necessary, the work-
pece and the groundng connecton can be made as a drect connecton, but n some countres where
drect connecton s not permssble, the connecton can be establshed usng approprate capacty
elements n accordance wth local regulatons and ordnances.
• Screenng and sheldng of other devces and cables n the work area can prevent alasng eects.
Screenng of the entre weldng area can be evaluated for some specfc applcatons.
Evaluation Of Electromagnetic
Suitability Of The
Work Area
Electromagnetic Interferance
Reduction Methods
Safety Precautions
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The electrcal current passng through any conductor generates zonal electrc and magnetc felds (EMF).
All welders must follow the followng procedures to mnmze the rsk of exposure to EMF from the
weldng crcut;
• In the name of reducng the magnetc feld, the weldng cables must be assembled and secured as far
as possble wth the jonng materals (tape, cable tes etc.).
• The welder’s/worker’s body and head should be kept as far away from the weldng machne and
cables as possble,
• Weldng cables should not be wrapped around the body of the machne n any way,
• The body of the machne should not get caught between the weldng cables. The source cables must
be kept away from the body of the machne, both beng placed sde by sde,
• The return cable must be connected to the workpece as close as possble to the welded area,
The weldng machne should not rest aganst the power unt, ensconce on t and not work too close
to t,
• Weldng work should not be performed when carryng the weldng wre supply unt or weldng
power unt.
EMF may also dsrupt the operaton of medcal mplants (materals placed nsde the body), such as
pacemakers. Protectve measures should be taken for people who carry medcal mplants. For example,
access lmtaton may be mposed for passers-by, or ndvdual rsk assessments may be conducted for
welders. Rsk assessment should be conducted and recommendatons should be made by a medcal
professonal for users who carry medcal mplants.
Do not expose the machne to ran, prevent the machne from splashng water or pressurzed steam.
• Choose the weldng method and weldng machne for the weldng work you are to perform.
• Select the weldng current and/or voltage to match the materal and thckness you are gong to weld.
• If you have to wat for a long tme before you start your weldng work, turn o the machne after the
fan has cooled t down. Our machnes (our products) wth smart fan control wll turn o on ther own.
• Ths devce s not domestc waste. It must be drected to recyclng wthn the framework of the
European Unon drectve and natonal laws.
• Obtan nformaton from your dealer and authorzed persons about the waste management of your
used machnes.
Arc Welding May Cause
Electromagnetic
Field (EMF)
Protection
Energy Eiciency
Waste Procedure
Safety Precautions
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Technical Information
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
1.1 General Information
Monotg 220 p and Monotg 220 p AC/DC nverter type, TIG and Covered Electrode Pulse weldng machne. Desgned for TIG weldng of alumnum* and
other metals and weldng electrodes up to 4mm. All weldng parameters can be set on the control panel and be montored over the dgtal dsplays.
Sutable for operaton wth generators that wll provde approprate power and frequency.
(For detaled nformaton pls. see the Machne specfcatons)
Monotg 220 rope and Monotg 200 p AC/DC can be used wth weldng cables up to a length of 25 meters.
*Apples to Monotg 220 p AC/DC use only.
1.2 Machine Components
Fgure 1: Front and Rear Vew
1- Control Panel 8- Pedal Control Socket
2- Dgtal Dsplay 9- Weldng and Ground Cable Socket (-)
3- Dgtal Dsplay 10- Gas Inlet
4- Parameter Adjustment Button 11- Supply Cable Input
5- Gas Output 12- On / O Swtch
6- Weldng and Ground Cable Socket (-) 13- Fan
7- Trgger Control Socket
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Technical Information
1.3 Product Label
Operatng CycleX
Idle Runnng VoltageU
Rated Weldng CurrentI
Mans Voltage And FrequencyU
Protecton ClassIP21
Rated Weldng VoltageU
Power Absorbed From MansS
Rated Current Absorbed From MansI
Sngle Phase Statc Frequency Converter
Transformer Rectfer
Covered Electrode Weldng
TIG Weldng
Drect Current
Vertcal Characterstc
Mans Inlet 1-phase Alternatng Current
Sutable for operaton at hazardous
envronments
As defned n the standard EN 60974-1, the operatng cycle rate ncludes a tme perod of 10 mnutes. For example, f a machne specfed as 250A
at %60 s to be operated at 250A, the machne can weld wthout nterrupton n the frs 6 mnutes of the 10 mnute perod(zone 1). However, the
followng 4 mnutes should be kept dle for the machne cool down (zone 2).
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1.4 Technical Data
TECHNİCAL DATA
Mans Voltage (1 phase - 50-60 Hz)
Open Crcut Voltage
Current absorbed from mans (TIG)
Rated Weldng Current Covered Electrode
Dmensons (LxWxH)
Power absorbed from mans TIG
Weldng Current Adjustment Feld
Current absorbed from mans Covered Electrode
Weght
Power absorbed from mans Covered Electrode
Rated Weldng Current TIG
Coolng System
Power Factor
Protecton Class
Standards and Approvals
UNIT
V
ADC
kVA
kVA
ADC
ADC
A
A
VDC
kg
mm
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PRODUCT CODE
PRODUCT CODE
230 230
87 87
0.6507 0.6507
35 (%20) 35 (%20)
8.05 (%20) 8.05 (%20)
3-220 3-220
40 (%15) 40 (%15)
220(%20) 220(%20)
Ar Ar
9.2(%15) 9.2(%15)
IP21 IP21
CE, EN60974-1 EN60974-10 CE, EN60974-1 EN60974-10
180 (%15) 180 (%15)
524x221x395 474x221x395
16,5 15,5
1.5 Accessories
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Groundng Clamp and Cable (16mm - 3m)
Water Coolng Unt (CS 200)
Lava MIG 20 (8 m) Ar Cooled TIG Torch
Water Cooled TIG Accessory Set (Torch + Regulator)
Electrode Clamp and Cable (16 mm - 3m)
Lava TIG 40W (8 m) Water Cooled TIG Torch
Transport Trolley
Gas Hose
Torch
Gas Regulator
Lava TIG 40W (4 m) Water Cooled TIG Torch
Foot Pedal
Lava MIG 20 (4 m) Ar Cooled TIG Torch
TIG Accessory Set Ar Cooled (Torch + Regulator)
QTY
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7905201603
7910005200
7011080180
7910000530
7906201603
7011080380
7910000100
790700002
7011040180
7020001004
7011040380
7910000130
7011040180
7910000510
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2.1 Delivery Control
Symbols and their meanings on the device;
2.2 Installation And Operation Recommendations
Make sure that the all materals you have ordered have been receved. If any materal s mssng or damaged, contact your place of purchase mmeda-
tely.
The standard box ncludes the followng:
Man machne and connected mans cable • Groundng Clamp and Cable
Electrode clamp and cable Warranty Certfcate
Instructon for Use Torch
In the case of a damaged delvery, draw up a record, take a pcture of the damage. Report to the transport company together wth a photocopy of the
delvery note. If the problem perssts, contact the customer servce.
For a better performance, place the machne at least 30 cm away from the surroundng objects. Pay attenton to overheatng, dust and mosture near
the machne.
Do not operate the machne under drect sunlght. If the ambent temperature exceeds 40°C, operate the machne at a lower current or a lower ope-
ratng cycle.
Avod weldng outdoors n wndy and rany weather crcumstances. If weldng s necessary n such cases, protect the weldng area and the weldng
machne wth a curtan and canopy. If you weld ndoors, use a sutable smoke extracton system. Use breathng apparatus f there s a rsk of nhalng
weldng fumes and gas n confned spaces.
Observe the operatng cycle rates specfed on the product label. Exceedng operatng cycle rates can damage the machne and ths may nvaldate the
warranty.
Use the fuse that s complant wth your system.
Secure the ground cable as close as possble to the weldng area.
Do not allow the weldng current to pass through equpment other than the weldng cables.
Secure the gas cylnder to the wall wth a chan.
The weldng cables and the mans cable must not be wrapped n the machne housng durng operaton.
Weldng process s dangerous. Proper workng condtons should be ensured and necessary precautons should be taken. Specalsts are
responsble for the machne and have to be equpped wth the necessary equpment. Irrelevant persons should be kept away from the
weldng area.
Ths devce s not compatble wth IEC 61000-3-12. If t s desred to connect to the low voltage mans used n homes, t s essental that the
nstaller or the person who wll operate the machne to make the electrcal connecton has nformaton on the machne’s connectvty. In
ths case the responsblty wll be assumed by the person who wll perform the nstallaton or by the operator.
The safety symbols and warnng notes on the devce and n the operatng nstructons must be observed and the labels must not be
removed.
Grds are ntended for ventlaton. The openngs should not be covered n order to provde good coolng and no foregn objects should be
nserted.
INSTALLATION INFORMATION
Installation Information
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2.3 Electrical Plug Connection
Installation Information
No plug has been connected to the mans cable snce there may derent types of outlets avalable n plants, constructon stes and workshops. A
sutable plug must be connected by a qualfed electrcan. Make sure that the groundng cable s present. After connectng the plug to the cable, do
not attach t to the outlet at ths stage.
For your safety, never use the mains cord of the machine without a plug.
2.4 Connection To Mains
2.5 Connections for TIG Welding
2.5.1 Torch Connections
Support should be receved from authorzed persons (qualfed electrcans, etc.). Check the phase voltage before connectng the machne to the mans.
The plug must be plugged to the outlet once t s observed to be correct. Turn the coarse on/o swtch to poston “1” to start the machne . Make sure
that the ndcators and LEDs on the control panel are lt and the coolng fan s operatng.
Start the machne wth the on/o swtch and check whether the LEDs are on and the coolng fan s workng.
TIG Torch Connectons wth the Torch Adapter:
Insert the torch end nut (14) through the plastc body (15) secure nto the torch plug (16) frmly. Then nsert the torch plug nto the plastc body.
Insert the gas hose elbow fttng (17) through the hole n the plastc body and secure t frmly nto the socket.
Insert the gas hose (18) nto the elbow fttng and secure t frmly.
Connect the torch trgger control cables (19) to the connector (20) suppled as standard.
When plugging the power plug into the outlet, make sure that the on/o switch is set to “0”.
Check for the correct mains voltage before connecting the machine to the mains.
When plugging the power plug into the outlet, make sure that the power switch is set to “0” in the turned-o position.
Tungsten Electrode
Dameter (mm)
Recommended TIG
Weldng Current
1.6
2.0
2.4
30-130
45-180
70-240
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• Secure the prepared torch by nsertng t nto the negatve pole socket and turnng t to the rght.
Screw the gas nlet of the torch to the gas outlet located on the front panel of the machne.
Attach the connector pns, connect them to the trgger control connectons.
If a water coolng system s used, connect the hoses of the water-cooled torch to the water coolng unt.
• Secure the argon gas tube (a) wth a chan.
• TIG Torch Connecton; the trgger should be connected to the control socket wth the termnals 1-2-3-4-5 as shown.
(1) Solderng drecton has been taken as the reference.
(2) Solderng drecton has been taken as the reference.
2.5.2 Gas Connections
Electrode
Dameter
(mm)
Nozzle
Dameter
(mm)
Weldng
Current
(ADC)
Gas Flow
(lt/dak)
1.0
1.6
6.3
9.5
30-70
30-150
6-8
6-8
• Use safety regulators (b) and heaters accordng to the standards to work safely to acheve the best results.
Keep the gas cylnder valve (c) open for a whle, so that possble sedment and partcles are dscharged.
Connect the gas regulator to the gas cylnder, makng sure that the thread on the gas outlet of the gas cylnder and the regulator nut overlap.
Connect one end of the cylnder hose (d) to the gas regulator and the other end to the gas nlet at the rear of the machne and turn on the gas
cylnder valve (13).
Adjust the ow rate wth the ow regulatng valve (e).
Make sure the connectons are free of leakages.
2.5.3 Trigger and Pedal System Socket Connections
Installation Information
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Adjustable Pedal Connecton; It should be secured to the pedal socket wth the ends 3-4-5-6.
(3) Solderng drecton has been taken as the reference.
2.5.4 Grounding Clamps Connections
2.5.5 Installation of Torch Consumables
• Insert the groundng clamps cable plug (21) nto the postve termnal socket and tghten t by turnng rght.
To mprove the weldng qualty, frmly connect the groundng plers (22) to the workpece as close as possble to the weldng area.
The ceramc gas nozzle (27) and the tungsten electrode (23) must be selected accordng to the operatng current and the shape of the workpece.
Accordngly, the dameters of the clamp (25) and the clamp holder (26) must match wth the dameter of the tungsten electrode.
Remove the securng head (24).
Remove the exstng electrode from the electrode clamp and match the dameter of the new tungsten electrode.
Secure the electrode clamp to the torch.
Secure the clampng head frmly.
Fgure 2: Installaton of Torch Consumables
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• Start the machne wth the on/o swtch and check whether the LEDs are on and the coolng fan s workng.
Connect the electrode clamp cable plug (25) and the groundng clamp cable plug (23) to the weldng and ground cable sockets accordng to the
electrode to be used and the polarty recommended by the electrode manufacturer.
To mprove the weldng qualty, frmly connect the groundng plers (24) to the workpece as close as possble to the weldng area.
2.6 Connections for Covered Electrode Welding
Check for the correct mains voltage before connecting the machine to the mains.
When plugging the power plug into the outlet, make sure that the power switch is set to “0” in the turned-o position.
Covered
“mm”
Recommended Weldng Current
Rutle
2.0
2.5
3.25
4.0
40-60 A
60-90 A
100-140 A
140-180 A
-
60-90 A
100-130 A
140-180 A
-
60-100 A
70-130 A
120-170 A
Alkalne Cellulosc
Installation Information
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3.1 User Interface
2- TIG Curve
1- Adjustment Button
USAGE INFORMATION
Usage Information
Use the keys to scroll through the parameters n the TTIG curve. The led of the relevant parameter wll lght up dependng on whch
parameter s selected.
Intal current
The weldng arc wll occur at the specfed current value. The value s set n terms of %. An ntal current occurs below
the specfed% value of the man current and allows adjustment from 1% to 99%.
Intal Gas
Darkenng - deformaton may occur n the weldng area, as the sheldng gas from the torch reaches the weldng area,
whch wll be more late compared to the arc speed formed. Furthermore, the lfe of the tungsten tp wll be shortened.
Allows adjustment between 0.1-20 sec. By ths settng, t s ensured that the gas reaches the weldng area before
startng weldng.
The adjustment knob allows current settng n all weldng methods and parameter changes n all functons.
The settng wll be made by turnng rght and left and the set values wll be dsplayed on the dgtal dsplay.
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Ramp Tme
Transton from the ntal current to the weldng current occurs wthn the specfed tme. Settng range s 0.1-20 sec.
Man Current
Actual current tme at whch the weldng wll be made. Adjustable between 0-220 Amperes.
Frequency Ampltude
It s actve when the pulse mode s selected. Determnes the ampltude rato between low current and hgh current n
a pulse cycle. Shows how long the set hgh current wll be actve wthn 1 perod. Default factory settng s set to 50%.
Allows settng between 1-99%.
For example; when the duty cycle s set to 1%, let the man current be 100 A and the pt current be 50 A so ths ndcates
that 1 ms 100A wll be acheved n 100 ms and 99 ms n 50A.
Fnal Gas
After the weldng s termnated, the sheldng gas contnues to ow for the tme set. By ths means, the lfe of the
tungsten tp s extended by coolng and at the same tme the weldng pool s protected untl t cools. Allows adjustment
between 0.1-20 sec.
Pulse Frequency
It s actve when the pulse mode s selected. In pulse mode t determnes the frequency of a pulse cycle consstng of
weldng current and undercurrent. It can also be specfed as the number of pulses per second. Allows settng from 0.1
to 2 KHz. The default factory settng s 75 Hz. and wll be adjusted accordng to the workpece thckness or the user
request.
Pt Current
Adjusted n terms of %. Occurs below the specfed % of the man current. •It s used to correct errors durng the weldng
process. Allows settng between 1-99%.
Note
Pt current s only used n 4 trgger modes. By pressng and pullng the trgger, weldng s started. The trgger s pressed
agan and the pt current value s used durng the tme t s pressed. When you release your fnger from the trgger,
you can return to normal current and contnue weldng process. If you press and pull the trgger shortly, weldng wll
termnate.
End Ramp Tme
When termnatng the weldng, the transton tme from the man weldng current to the end current s set. Allows
adjustment between 0.1-20 sec.
Spot Tme
The weldng wll contnue durng the perod specfed under spot mode and the weldng wll stop at the end of that
perod. Settng range s 0.1-20 sec.
Crater Fllng (Fnal Current)
When termnatng the weldng, swtches to the end current from the man weldng current. In ths current, weldng
seam s corrected and weldng s termnated.
Note
Intal Current - Ramp Tme - Man Current relaton: The adjusted start current wll be lower than the man current value.
The arc starts wth the ntal current and the man current wll gradually be ncreased durng the set ramp tme. Ths
extends the servce lfe of the tungsten tp and provdes a more stable arc start.
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3- Weldng Method Selecton
You can choose between electrode types and TIG weldng methods wth the touch senstve button.
The led of the relevant parameter wll lght up dependng on whch weldng method s selected.
Allows weldng wth cellulosc electrodes.
Allows weldng wth rutle and basc electrodes.
NOTE
In electrode modes, current adjustment wll be between 3 and 180 A. VRD mode wll be actve n electrode modes. In
electrode modes, the TIG Curve wll not be actve. The current settng wll be between 3 and 220 A n TIG Modes. The TIG
curve wll be actve when TIG modes are selected.
Allows DC TIG weldng.
Allows AC TIG weldng.
4- Trgger Modes / Hot Start - Arc Force Selecton
You can swtch between 2/4 and Spot modes wth the touch-senstve button whle the TIG modes are selected and change Hot
Start and Soft Arc settngs durng electrode use whle the electrode modes are selected.
Ht
Durng the frst gnton of the electrode, t provdes current up to 2 tmes whch provdes easy gnton.
Hot Start wll be set between 0-100% wth the help of the current adjustment pot.
If set to 0, t does not add any value on the man current at the frst gnton, f set to 100 t adds a value ncreased by
100% on the man current.
Ignton s set accordng to the value of Hot Start amperes and weldng contnues after a certan tme after the gnt-
on ramp at the man current value.
Hot Start defaulted value s 20.
In 2-Trgger mode;;
• Weldng starts when the trgger s pressed, pre-gas s suppled gntes at mnmum current, makes the launch ramp
and contnues weldng n man current.
When the trgger s released, t makes the end ramp, flls the crater n the crater fllng current, makes the fnal gas
tme and completes the weldng.
In 2-Trgger Mode, the TIG Curve operates as follows;
The ntal gas tme can be set from 0 sec to 20 sec. Factory default settng s 1 sec.
The ntal current (ntal gnton current) s 30% of the man current.
Ar
When weldng the electrode, t prevents the arc nterrupton by ncreasng the current up to twce the man source
current n case the arc tends to nterrupt.
Arc Force s between 0-100.
Arc Force prevents the electrode from stckng by adjustng the current when the electrode tends to stck.
The default Arc Force value s 0.
Usage Information
Press the Trgger Hold the Trgger Pressed Release Trgger
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