Bosch 6000 Technical information

PSI 6000
PSI 6000 Medium-Frequency Inverters
with integrated control function
Technical Information
Edition
101
PSI 6000
PSI 6000 Medium-Frequency Inverters
with integrated control function
Technical Information
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
Reg. no. 16149-03
E
2000, 2001
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Contents
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Contents
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Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
Safety instructions and symbols attached to the product . . . . . .
Safety instructions and symbols used in this manual . . . . . . . . .
Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
No admittance for persons fitted with cardiac pacemakers . . . .
Qualified personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation and assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System perturbation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ensuring EMC of the completely assembled system . . . . . . . . .
Operation of the medium-frequency inverters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Retrofits and modifications by the user . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance, repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Working safely . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CE conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
1-9
1-12
1-13
1-14
1-15
1-16
1-17
1-18
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Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
3
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Modules and components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advantages and benefits of medium-frequency welding . . . . . .
2-1
2-2
2-4
2-5
2-6
3.1
Load diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Notes on Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
4
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1
5
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1
6
Malfunction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1
7
Type overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-1
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Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-2
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8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.7.1
8.8
9
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
9.10
9.11
9.11.1
9.12
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10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
10.9
10.10
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11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
11.9
11.10
11.11
11.11.1
11.12
PSI 6025.XXX L1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-1
Explanation of drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PSI 6025.XXX L1 front panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical data, PSI 6025.XXX L1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6025.XXX L1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical connection, PSI 6025.XXX L1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Load diagram, PSI 6025.XXX L1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories, PSI 6025.XXX L1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dimensioned drawing, accessories kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ordering, PSI 6025.XXX L1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-1
8-2
8-4
8-5
8-6
8-7
8-8
8-8
8-10
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9-1
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Explanation of drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 front panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical data, PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6100.XXX W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical connection, PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . .
Cooling water connection, PSI 6100.XXX W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . .
Load diagram, PSI 6100.XXX L1/W1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Load diagram, PSI 6100.XXX L2/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories, PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dimensioned drawing, accessories kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ordering, PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9-1
9-1
9-2
9-4
9-6
9-7
9-8
9-9
9-11
9-12
9-13
9-13
9-15
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10-1
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Explanation of drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 front panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical data, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical connection, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cooling water connection, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . .
Load diagram, PSI 6200.XXX W1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Load diagram, PSI 6200.XXX W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ordering, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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10-1
10-2
10-4
10-5
10-6
10-7
10-9
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10-11
10-12
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-1
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Explanation of drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 front panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical data, PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6300.XXX W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical connection, PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . .
Cooling water connection, PSI 6300.XXX W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . .
Load diagram, PSI 6300.XXX L1/W1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Load diagram, PSI 6300.XXX L2/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories, PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dimensioned drawing, accessories kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ordering, PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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11-2
11-4
11-6
11-7
11-8
11-9
11-11
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PSI 6500.XXX W1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12-1
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
12.6
12.7
12.8
12.9
Explanation of drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PSI 6500.XXX W1 front panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical data, PSI 6500.XXX W1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6500.XXX W1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical connection, PSI 6500.XXX W1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cooling water connection, PSI 6500.XXX W1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Load diagram, PSI 6500.XXX W1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories, PSI 6500.XXX W1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ordering, PSI 6500.XXX W1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12-1
12-2
12-4
12-5
12-6
12-7
12-9
12-10
12-11
13
CE declaration of conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Annex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Notes:
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Safety instructions
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1-1
Safety instructions
The products described were developed, manufactured and tested in compliance with the fundamental safety requirements of the EU machine directive. These products normally poses no danger to persons or property if used
in accordance with the handling stipulations and safety notes prescribed for
their configuration, mounting, and proper operation.
Nevertheless, there is some residual risk!
Therefore, you should read this manual before installing, connecting or commissioning the products. Store this manual in a place to which all users have
access at any time!
This manual describes the:
D PSI 6000 medium-frequency inverters
The functions of the integrated weld timer are described in a separate
manual.
1.1
Safety instructions and symbols attached to the product
Warning of dangerous electrical voltage!
Lug for connecting PE conductor only!
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1.2
Safety instructions
Safety instructions and symbols used in this manual
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
This symbol is used to warn of dangerous electrical voltage. Failure to
observe the instructions in this manual in whole or in part may result in personal injury.
DANGER
This symbol is used wherever insufficient or lacking compliance with instructions may result in personal injury.
CAUTION
This symbol is used wherever insufficient or lacking compliance with instructions may result in damage to equipment or data files.
.
Note: This symbol is used to draw the user’s attention to special circumstances.
L
This symbol is used if user activities are required.
Modifications in this manual as compared to a previous edition are marked
by black vertical bars in the margin.
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Safety instructions
1.3
1-3
Intended use
PSI 6000 MF inverters are designed for connection of PSG 3000 welding
transformers.
These MF inverters are designed for use in
D resistance welding of metals and
D are suitable for operation in industrial environments as per DIN EN
50082-2 and 50081-2 on electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
They are not intended for any other use!
DANGER
Any use other than for the purpose indicated may result in personal
injury of the user or third parties or in damage to equipment, the
workpiece to be welded, or environmental damage.
Therefore, our products must never be used for any other than their
respective intended purpose!
.
Note: For operation in residential environments, in trade and commercial applications and small enterprises, an individual permit of the national authority or test institution is required; in Germany, please
contact the Regulierungsbehörde für Telekommunikation und Post
(RegTP) or its local branch offices.
The faultless, safe functioning of the product requires proper transport, storage, erection and installation as well as careful operation.
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1.4
Safety instructions
No admittance for persons fitted with cardiac pacemakers
DANGER
WARNING for persons fitted with cardiac pacemakers!
To protect persons fitted with cardiac pacemakers, noentry signs
should be posted because pacemaker malfunction (missed pulses,
total failure), pacemaker program interference or even program
destruction is to be expected!!!
.
Note: We recommend that warning sings like the one shown below are
posted at every entrance to manufacturing shops housing resistancewelding equipment:
No entry for persons with cardiac pacemakers!
Danger!
DIN 40023
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Safety instructions
1.5
1-5
Qualified personnel
The requirements as to qualified personnel are based on the requirements
profiles as defined by the ZVEI (Zentralverband Elektrotechnik und Elektronikindustrie - German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association) and the VDMA (Verband deutscher Maschinen- und Anlagenbau German Engineering Federation) in:
Weiterbildung in der Automatisierungstechnik
edited by: ZVEI and VDMA
Maschinenbau Verlag
Postfach 71 08 64
D-60498 Frankfurt.
This manual is designed for technicians and engineers with special welding
training and skills. They must have a sound knowledge of the hardware components of the weld control system, the PSI 6000 medium-frequency inverters and the welding transformers.
Interventions in the hardware and software of our products, unless described otherwise in this manual, are reserved to specialized Bosch personnel.
Tampering with the hardware or software, ignoring warning signs attached to
the components, or non-compliance with the warning notes given in this
manual can result in serious bodily injury or property damage.
Only skilled persons as defined in IEV 826-09-01 who are familiar with the
contents of this manual may install and service the products described.
Such personnel are
D those who, being well trained and experienced in their field and familiar
with the relevant standards, are able to analyze the work to be carried out
and recognize any hazards.
D those who have acquired the same amount of expert knowledge through
years of experience that would normally be acquired through formal technical training.
DANGER!
An exception are persons with cardiac pacemakers!
The strong magnetic fields occurring in resistance welding may affect the proper functioning of pacemakers. This may be fatal or cause
serious personal injury!
Therefore, persons with pacemakers must stay clear of resistance
welding systems.
We recommend that warning sings as per DIN 40023 are posted at every entrance to manufacturing shops housing resistance-welding
equipment.
Please note our comprehensive range of training courses. More information
is available from our training center (Phone: +49 / 6062 / 78-258).
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1.6
Safety instructions
Installation and assembly
DANGER
Non-workmanlike installation or mounting may lead to personal injury or damage to property.
Therefore, it is essential that you take the technical data (environmental conditions) into account for installation or mounting.
Installation or mounting must be carried out by skilled personnel
only.
DANGER
Insufficient degree of protection may be life-threatening or cause
damage to property!
The degree of protection of MF inverters is IP 20. They must be
installed in switchgear cubicles providing a degree of protection of
no less than IP 54.
DANGER
Danger of injury and of damage to property through incorrect installation!
Devices and, in particular, operating means, must be installed so as
to be properly safeguarded against unintentional operation or contact.
DANGER
Risk of injury from sharp-edged sheet metal!
Wear protective gloves!
DANGER
Danger of personal injury and damage to property through inadequate fastening!
The place for installing the welding inverters, and their method of
fastening, must be suitable for their weight!
Injuries and bruises may be caused by lifting weights which are too
heavy or by sharp metal edges!
Due to the heavy weight of individual modules several persons are
required for installation and assembly.
Wear safety shoes and safety gloves!
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DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
Before the modules are installed, the respective mounting station
must be safely isolated from supply and properly safeguarded to prevent unintentional or unauthorized reclosing.
CAUTION
Short circuits!
When cut-outs are drilled or sawed in switchgear cubicles, metal
burr may get into modules already installed there. Or, when cooling
water lines are connected, water may leak into the modules installed.
The possibility of short circuits occurring in the process or even the
destruction of the devices cannot be entirely ruled out.
Therefore, guard any existing modules well before you install a new
module! Any and all warranty excluded in case of non-compliance.
CAUTION
Heat accumulation!
MF inverters must be mounted with a minimum clearance of 100 mm
on top and at the bottom. Without this minimum clearance, heat may
accumulate and cause inverter failure.
CAUTION
In the case of aircooled MF inverters, the temperature inside the
housing must stay within the specified range. MF inverters must al
ways be operated under forcedair cooling conditions. Convection
cooling will not be sufficient!
CAUTION
Leaks in the cooling water circuit may cause consequential damage!
Cooling water leaks may damage adjacent components. Therefore,
when mounting water-cooled modules, always ensure that other devices in the switchgear cabinet are well protected against leaking
cooling water.
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Safety instructions
CAUTION
Damage to property through inappropriate or insufficient cooling of
the medium-frequency inverters!
Water-cooled medium-frequency inverters may only be operated
when the cooling water circuit is active! Condensation on water-carrying components must be prevented.
Damage to property through insufficient water quality in the cooling
water circuit!
Deposits in the cooling system may reduce the water flow, thus impairing the performance of the cooling system with time.
Therefore, you should ensure that your cooling water has the following properties:
D pH value
: 7 to 8.5
D Degree of hardness Dmax : 10 German degrees
(1 German degree = 1.25 British degrees = 1.05 US degrees =
1.8 French degrees)
D Chlorides
: max. 20 mg/l
D Nitrates
: max. 10 mg/l
D Sulfates
: max. 100 mg/l
D Insoluble substances
: max. 250 mg/l
Tap water usually meets these requirements. However, an algicide
should be added.
L
Make sure that all contact surfaces are bright, i.e. free of paint, plastic coating or dirt/oxidation.
L
Mount the device in a vertical position.
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1.7
1-9
Electrical connection
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
The mains voltage is associated with many dangers!
Possible consequences of improper handling include death or most
severe injuries (personal injuries) and damage to property. For this
reason, the electrical connection must always be made by an electrical expert in compliance with the valid safety regulations, the mains
voltage and the maximum current consumption of the individual
units of the equipment.
The mains voltage must match the nominal voltage given on the
nameplate of the product!
The equipment must be appropriately fused on the supply side!
Prior to connecting an MF inverter, the following must be strictly
observed:
D Power OFF.
D Provide a safeguard to prevent unintentional reclosing.
D Verify that the system is safely isolated from supply and
de-energized.
D Connect to earth and short circuit.
D Cover up or safeguard all live parts.
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
Handling live parts at mains voltage may result in death, severe
bodily injury or considerable damage to property unless appropriate
precautions are taken.
For this reason, the electrical connection must always be made by
an electrical expert in compliance with the valid safety regulations,
the mains voltage and the maximum current consumption of the individual units of the equipment.
Incorrect mains voltage may render the system dangerous or cause
electrical component failure!
Therefore, please ensure the following:
D The mains voltage must match the nominal voltage given on the
nameplate of the product!
D Mains voltage fluctuation or variation from the nominal voltage
must be within the specified tolerance range (see Technical Data).
D The equipment must be appropriately fused on the mains side!
D Before carrying out any work on the mains system or welding
system connections it must be ensured that the MF inverter has
been safely isolated from the supply for at least 5 minutes (capacitor discharge time).
D Proper and well insulated tools must be used for handling electric
connections!
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Safety instructions
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
Danger of life through insufficient protective conductor system!
The medium-frequency inverters must be connected to the protective earthing (PE) circuit of the system. Please ensure that the crosssectional area of cables used for protective conductor wiring is sufficiently large. The electrical continuity of the protective earthing circuit must be verified in accordance with EN 60204 Part 1.
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
Any residual current devices used on the mains side of the MF inverters to protect persons getting into direct or indirect contact must be
of type B. As per IEC 60 755, these devices must also be capable of
safely detecting possible residual currents of 1 kHz frequency.
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
MF inverters may be operated in earth neutral systems only.
Protective grounding is the only protective measure permitted as per
prEN 50 178 (DIN VDE 0160)!
Operation in systems with ordinary residualcurrent circuitbreakers
is not permitted because of the risk that residual currents may flow
from the intermediate circuit to earth and back into the system
without tripping the RCCB.
In the case of operation with an isolating transformer, singlesided
grounding of the intermediate circuit is not permitted.
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
Operation in unbalanced networks (only one network phase
grounded) is not permitted.
.
Note: It is recommended that the whole welding system be operated
within a separate welding power network.
The MF inverters are approved for operation in grounded systems (TT or TN
systems). For operation in non-grounded systems (e.g., IT systems), an
isolation transformer with its center point of earth potential in secondary circuit must be used.
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CAUTION
Connecting lines and signal lines must be laid so as to avoid negative effects on the function of the units through capacitive or inductive interference!
Interference is frequently coupled and de-coupled in long cables.
Therefore, medium-frequency inverter cables and control cables
must be routed separately. The influence of interfering cables on
cables susceptible to interference can be minimized by keeping the
following distances:
D > 100 mm if cables are run in parallel for < 10 m,
D > 250 mm if cables are run in parallel for > 10 m.
MF inverters should be mounted close to the welding systems so as
to avoid cable lengths of more than 25 m.
CAUTION
Connection cables may come off and apply dangerous voltage to
system components!
It is crucial that cables are properly fixed.
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L
PE connection
: Connect to a central earth point. Make sure that cable
cross-sectional areas are sufficiently large!
L
All conductor cross-sections must be large enough for for the loads to be
connected.
L
U1 connection
: Connect to L1 system phase.
L
V1 connection
: Connect to L2 system phase.
L
W1 connection
: Connect to L3 system phase.
L
U2 and V2 welding transformer outputs
welding transformer.
: Connect to PSG 3000 (U, V)
1-12
1.8
Safety instructions
System perturbation
When operating a medium-frequency inverter a harmonic load must be accounted for in the mains system. This load is caused by the ”B6” rectifier circuit with a smoothing capacitor.
The following figure shows the typical curve of the mains voltage (top) and
the related mains current (bottom) in one phase during the welding process:
Typical 300 Hz
The 5th, 7th, 11th, 13th, 15th, and 17th harmonic wave are the characteristic
harmonics of the mains current curve.
The harmonic component depends on the welding power.
.
Note: The harmonic content may be considerably reduced, e.g., by using smoothing reactors with 4% short-circuit voltage.
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Safety instructions 1-13
1.9
Ensuring EMC of the completely assembled system
.
Note: The completely assembled system with the welding transformer
complies with prEN 50240, the EMC product standard for resistance
welding systems, and EN 55011 (October 1997), EMC product family
standard class A, group 2, rated current > 100 A.
Only for industrial applications.
Safe clearance from residential areas y 30 m.
Safe clearance to communication systems (wireless, telephone) y 10 m.
Cable length of mains feeder y 10 m.
Interference suppression measures: When switchgear cabinet doors are
open, operation of radio devices or cell phones is permitted only beyond
a safe clearance of y 2 m.
D The assessment and certificate of conformity of a competent authority
concerning compliance with the fundamental EMC protection is available.
D
D
D
D
D
If these components are integrated into a portable welding box system
(SCHWEISSKOFFER), the CE marking is affixed to the portable welding
box pursuant to EMC Directive 89/336/EEC. No further EMC testing of the
portable welding box is required.
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1-14
1.10
Safety instructions
Operation of the medium-frequency inverters
DANGER
Danger of personal injury and damage to property if devices are operated before they have been properly installed!
The devices are designed to be installed in housings or switchgear
cabinets and must not be operated unless properly installed and
switchgear cabinet doors are closed!
DANGER
Danger of personal injury and damage to property through missing
or false interpretation of fault messages!
Therefore, closing of the temperature contact (thermostatic switch,
break contact) must inhibit the connected timer!
As regards fault analysis, see also the section on ”Malfunction”.
DANGER
Danger of bruises through electrode movement!
All users, line designers, welding machine manufacturers and welding gun producers are obliged to connect the output signal of the
Bosch weld timer which initiates the electrode movement so that the
applicable safety regulations are complied with.
The risk of bruises can be considerably reduced by means of, e.g.,
two-handed start, guard rails, light barriers etc.
CAUTION
Damage to property through insufficient cooling of the modules!
Ensure that the modules are properly cooled during operation. Condensation on water-carrying components must be prevented. In the
case of air-cooled MF inverters, the temperature inside the mounting
station must remain in the specified range. In the case of watercooled MF inverters, the maximum permitted cooling-water temperature must not be exceeded.
CAUTION
Damage to property through excessive welding current!
The maximum welding current depends on the thyristor unit of the
medium-frequency inverter and the welding transformer in use. It
must not be exceeded.
Therefore, the user must check the load in each case. See also the
section on ”Load diagrams”.
Any and all warranty excluded in case of non-compliance.
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Safety instructions 1-15
1.11
Retrofits and modifications by the user
DANGER
Retrofits or modifications may have negative effects on the safety of
the unit!
Product modification may cause death, severe or light personal
injury, damage to property or environmental damage.
Therefore, please contact us prior to making any modification. This
is the only way to determine whether modified components are
suitable for use with our products.
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1-16
1.12
Safety instructions
Maintenance, repair
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
Prior to any maintenance work - unless described otherwise - the
system must always be switched off!
In the event of necessary measurement or test procedures on the active system, these have to be performed by skilled electrical personnel.
In any case, suitable insulated tools must be used!
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
If you need to open the MF inverter housing, disconnect the system
from supply and wait at least 5 minutes before you open the housing
so as to ensure that the MF inverter is deenergized.
DANGER
Danger of life through inappropriate EMERGENCY-STOP facilities!
EMERGENCY-STOP facilities must be operative in all modes of the
system. Releasing the EMERGENCY-STOP facility must by no means
result in an uncontrolled restart of the system! First check the EMERGENCY-STOP circuit, then switch the unit on!
DANGER
Danger of explosion of batteries!
Do not forcefully open batteries, do not attempt to charge, solder or
incinerate the battery.
Empty batteries should always be replaced by new ones!
The applicable regulations on the disposal of empty batteries or accumulators must be observed.
DANGER
The right to perform repair/maintenance work on the components of
the medium-frequency inverters is reserved to the BOSCH service
department or to repair/maintenance units authorized by BOSCH!
CAUTION
Only use spare parts approved by BOSCH!
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Safety instructions 1-17
1.13
Working safely
DANGER
During operation of the welding equipment welding splashes are to
be expected! They may cause eye injuries or burns.
Therefore:
D wear protective goggles
D wear protective gloves
D wear flame-retardant clothes
DANGER
Danger of injury from sheet metal edges and danger of burns from
weld metal!
Therefore: - wear protective gloves
DANGER
In the environment of resistance welding systems, magnetic field
strengths have to be expected which are above the limit values specified in VDE 0848 Part 4. Especially if manual guns are used, the limit
values for extremities may be exceeded.
In cases of doubt, you should measure the field strength and take
additional measures to ensure safety and health at work.
CAUTION
The strong magnetic fields occurring in the resistance welding process may cause permanent damage to wrist watches, pocket
watches, or cards with magnetic stripes (e.g. EC cards).
Therefore, you should not carry any such items on you when working
in the immediate vicinity of the welding equipment.
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1-18
1.14
Safety instructions
CE conformity
CAUTION
The CE mark is valid for the medium-frequency inverter only with respect to the Low-Voltage Directive. Concerning EMC, it is always
necessary to consider the entire application.
The CE mark for MF inverter - welding transformer combinations refers to industrial applications.
For other combinations/applications, the certificate must be derived
from the above, or a new certificate must be issued, if necessary, by
the line designer / user.
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Setup
2
Setup
2.1
Features
2-1
Integrated control functionality for medium frequency welding
Integrated welding control
Flexible parallel and/or serial I/O interfaces
Fieldbus interfaces for communication
Integrated control and monitoring functions
Control functionality separate from monitoring functionality
Air or water cooled
Less cabling required due to system component integration
Functionality designed for welding quality optimization
Easily integrated into a portable welding box system
(SCHWEISSKOFFER)
D BOS-5000 operator interface provides for easy programming, operation
and diagnostics
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
PSI 6500.XXX
9 to 120 kA
PSI 6200.XXX
9 to 54 kA
PSI 6100.XXX
3 to 20 kA
PSI 6025.XXX
0.5 to 7 kA
PSI 6300.XXX
6 to 36 kA
PSG 3025
PSG 3050
PSG 3075
PSI 6000 medium frequency inverter series with PSG 3000 weld transformers
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PSG 3100
PSG 3200
2-2
Setup
2.2
Modules and components
The PSI 6000 medium-frequency inverters serve to control the PSG 3000
welding transformers.
Integrated features:
D the weld timer (central processing unit, CPU)
D one slot for the type-specific I/O interface
D one slot for the field bus module for programming (optional)
D one slot for retrofitting a quality module (optional)
PSI 6000
Mains
Slot for Q module
U1
A
D
R
V1 W1
3/PE~
U2
BOS-5000
Local PC:
• programming,
• logging,
• diagnostics,
• fault display
BOS-5000
Host PC:
• programming,
• logging,
• diagnostics,
• fault display
V24
V2 2/~
2/PE~
−
+
U2
Slot for field bus module
D - 64711 Erbach 107 Made in Germany
Heat sink
U1
type-specific I/O system
V1
W1
Field bus for progr. (option)
V2
Current sensor
(toroid)
Pressure control
valve
Solenoid
Electrodes
Welding transformer
Setup for welding
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Setup
2-3
Welding transformer
6-pulse bridge rectifier
with direct current link
circuit and transistor inverter
U1
V1
W1
U2
V2
PE
Mediumfre
quency inverter
Control
Power
supply
Current measurement
Temperature
message
Weld timer (CPU)
Stop circuit
24VDC supply
type-specific
I/O interface
external
device
Quality module
Block diagram of a medium-frequency inverter
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Shunt trip
Pressure
Field bus module
for
programming
2-4
2.3
Setup
Function
The medium-frequency welding system (MF welding system) is designed for
direct current resistance welding. Its key components are the PSI 6000 medium-frequency inverter and the PSG 3000 MF welding transformer.
The figure below shows the basic functional design of the MF welding process.
3~
+
Weld timer
Timer
−
MF inverter
Transformerrectifier
Electrodes
Basic functional design of the 1 kHz MF welding process
The 50 / 60 Hz mains AC is first rectified by a bridge connected rectifier
(B6 connection). The direct current generated connects a transistorized Hbridge alternatingly to the PSG 3000 welding transformer at a frequency of
1 kHz. In secondary circuit, the transformer rectifies the welding current.
The intensity of the welding current can be controlled by adjusting the pulse
width. The welding current is measured either with a current sensor integrated in the secondary circuit of the PSG 3000 welding transformer or, in the
case of a welding transformer without a current sensor, with a primary current ammeter integrated in the MF inverter.
Primary voltage
UPRIM
[2]
t
[1]
Primary voltage
setting range
f = 1 kHz
Secondary current
[2] high current
ISEC
Imean value
[1] low current
t
Primary and secondary voltages for medium-frequency welding
The welding current output of the welding transformer or, resp., the primary
current multiplied by the transformation ratio are measured and processed
in the welding control for monitoring and control purposes.
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Setup
2.4
2-5
Monitoring
In order to ensure high operational reliability, various monitoring functions
are incorporated in the PSI 6000 medium-frequency inverter.
There is a thermostatic switch to signal any overload on the PSG 3000 welding transformer and/or the MF thyristor unit to the weld timer.
The weld timer will then output a ”Thyristor unit fault” message.
When the fault has been cleared, the error message is reset as follows:
D with the reset button on the weld timer front panel
D by an input signal for acknowledgement (type-specific)
D by an input on the BOS-5000 operator interface
D by an input on the Bosch operator terminal (BT)
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2-6
Setup
2.5
Advantages and benefits of medium-frequency welding
The PSI 6000 medium-frequency inverters supply an MF output voltage and
DC welding current. As a result, the welding process can be controlled more
thoroughly and faster and becomes more steady. The ”good” welding range
becomes larger.
The medium-frequency welding current is clocked at 1 kHz. The current regulation system is faster and more precise compared to 50 Hz welding.
1 kHz
Mediumfrequency
inverter output voltage
Frequency
Welding current
U
t
I
t
t
1 ms
Medium-frequency welding
D A direct current flows in the secondary welding circuit of the transformer.
As a result, the inductive resistance of the secondary window loses its
influence on the welding current with different immersion depths of the
electrode gun into the workpiece.
D The weight of the welding transformer is reduced. Due to the higher operating frequency, the iron content required as well as the volume are reduced while the performance data is maintained.
D The more steady welding current without any gaps and the possibility of
weld time variation in ms intervals allow for the metered application of energy to the spot weld and a steady growth of the spot.
D Longer electrode life.
D Good results are obtained for welding aluminium and galvanized sheets.
D Especially suitable for 3-sheet welding, very thin sheets and fine spot applications.
D Fewer welding splashes.
D Medium-frequency welding with current control improves the quality of
the spot weld.
The welding system with constant-current control (KSR) compensates
the changes in sheet resistance within the weld time and helps to obtain a
constant welding result.
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Setup
kA
2-7
splash limit
galvanized sheet
bare sheet
bonding limit
ms
Welding of different sheet types, conventional 50/60 Hz weld
kA
*
*
safe splash limit
remaining setting range
safe bonding limit
* possible variation range with fixed setting
Welding of galvanized sheet types with 1 kHz welding process
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ms
2-8
Setup
Notes:
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Notes on Rating
3
3-1
Notes on Rating
The load capability of an MF inverter is always predefined by the type designation indicating the specific maximum welding transformer rating.
CAUTION
Overloading may cause damage to the MF inverter!
Always check the actual load applied on the MF inverter! Any and all
warranty excluded in case of damage caused by overload.
To check the actual load, use the load diagram. It shows the
D output currents (IPRIM in A) relative to
D the duty cycle (ED in %) at
D maximum ambient temperature (in °C)
that can be switched by the PSI 6000 MF inverter.
The weld time ts and the overall weld cycle duration tsp must be known to
determine the duty cycle.
ts
tsp
Weld time and overall weld cycle duration
The duty cycle is computed as follows:
ts
* 100%
ED =
tsp
Example: In the graph shown above, the weld time is 4 ms and
the weld cycle duration is 8 ms.
This results in a duty cycle ED = 50%.
4 ms
• 100% = 50%
ED =
8 ms
.
Note: If different weld times or overall weld cycle times occur on a
machine, the longest weld time and the shortest overall weld cycle
time (to be determined, if required, by adding the longest weld time to
the shortest cool time) must be used for calculating the duty cycle!
When you have calculated the duty cycle, you can use load diagrams to
verify the proper selection of the MF inverter.
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3-2
3.1
Notes on Rating
Load diagrams
Various types of semiconductors are used as power breakers in the welding
systems. Generally, semiconductors have an almost unlimited life if used in
accordance with the specifications.
Unfortunately, however, the relatively large semiconductor chips have to
sustain mechanical stress due to thermal loads. This mechanical stress may
reduce semiconductor life.
Solder fatigue and defective wire bonds have been reported in literature as
factors affecting the life of IGBTs (used as power breakers in the PSI 6000
MF inverters).
As regards the weld diodes of the MF transformers (PSG 3000), the loads
acting on these large silicon wafers may have the effect that crystal impurities as they are found in every silicon crystal may lead to diode failure.
Semiconductor manufacturers state life characteristics for calculation purposes. There, varying with the junction temperature gradient, the number of
temperature cycles available until the calculated end of the semiconductor
service life is stated. Every weld spot represents one temperature cycle.
We have taken these conditions into account in the rating of our systems.
Our PSI 6000 load diagrams also include peak current curves indicating the
calculated service life in each case.
The temperature gradient, which - among other contributing factors - depends on the welding current, secondary resistance, weld time and ambient
temperature is taken into account in the service life calculation. Because our
curves shown are based on 45°C ambient temperature, while 25°C would be
a realistic assumption, you may expect a service life three times as long as
the one stated.
On principle, service life is extended with the lower temperatures achieved
with water cooling as compared to air cooling. However, depending on the
application, the temperature may drop more steeply during the cooling time
after a weld spot due to the superior cooling capacity of water, which in turn
shortens the life time due to the higher temperature gradient. However, it is
possible to have the cooling water running only during the weld time, which
also allows you to save water.
If you need further information in respect of any specific application, please
contact us.
The load diagrams show the inverter output currents or, respectively, the primary currents of the welding transformers.
To determine secondary currents, multiply the primary currents by the transformation ratio.
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Commissioning
4
4-1
Commissioning
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
Danger of life in case of contact with live parts!
Upon commissioning, the MF inverter is energized!
If the medium-frequency inverter housing is to be opened, switch off
the system and wait for at least 5 minutes until the medium-frequency inverter is de-energized.
CAUTION
Cooling!
Please make sure that there is sufficient cooling capacity.
In the case of water cooled MF inverters, ensure that the cooling water inlet connection is turned on and check the water temperature.
Any and all warranty excluded in case of non-compliance.
D Check the mechanical system of the welding outfit.
D Check the electrical installation.
D Check the auxiliary equipment:
D pneumatic system
D cooling water or cooling system.
D Check the operability of the emergency devices.
D Cutting in the MF inverter:
D Apply mains voltage.
D The MF inverter starts working. After approx. 10 s, the DC link voltage
is charged at full voltage and the green ”Power” LED on the front panel
of the weld timer (CPU) lights up.
D Check power supply and 24 V DC supply.
D Check peripheral I/O signals:
D sensor signals,
D communication with other weld timers.
D Check weld programs (for programmed current values and weld times).
D Cutting off the MF inverter:
D When the power supply is switched off, the bridge rectifiers are
blocked and the DC link voltage is discharged.
D Verify the safe isolation from supply.
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4-2
Commissioning
Notes:
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Maintenance
5
5-1
Maintenance
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
All maintenance work must be carried out by skilled electricians in
compliance with the valid safety regulations, the mains voltage and
the maximum current input values of the individual system components.
Prior to connecting an MF inverter, the following must be strictly
observed:
D Power OFF.
D Provide a safeguard to prevent unintentional reclosing.
D Verify the safe isolation from supply.
D Connect to earth and short circuit.
D Cover up or safeguard all live parts.
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
Prior to any maintenance work - unless described otherwise - the
system must always be switched off!
If the system had been active shortly before, wait until the system is
totally de-energized before starting the maintenance work (e.g. because of charged capacitors, etc.). For the duration of the maintenance work the system must always be protected against re-closing.
In the event of necessary measurement or test procedures at the active system, the applicable safety and accident prevention regulations must be strictly observed. In any case, suitable insulated tools
must be used!
If the medium-frequency inverter housing is to be opened, switch off
the system and wait for at least 5 minutes for the medium-frequency
inverter to de-energize.
Danger of life through inappropriate EMERGENCY-STOP facilities!
EMERGENCY-STOP facilities must be operative in all modes of the
system. Releasing the EMERGENCY-STOP facility must by no means
result in an uncontrolled restart of the system!
Danger of explosion of batteries!
Batteries must not be opened forcefully, recharged, soldered at the
cell body or thrown into fire!
Replace empty batteries with new ones only!
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5-2
Maintenance
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
The right to perform repair/maintenance work on the timer components is reserved to the BOSCH service department or to repair/
maintenance units authorized by BOSCH!
Only use spare parts/replacement parts approved by BOSCH!
Run-down batteries or accumulators must be disposed of according
to regulations.
D Check connections and terminals of all connecting cables for tight fit at
regular intervals. Check all cables for damage.
D Check or replace battery at regular intervals.
D Clean the air cooler.
D Maintenance of cooling water circuit:
Check for leaks, corrosion and moisture condensation.
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Malfunction
6
6-1
Malfunction
Although the design of the MF inverters is quite rugged, malfunctions may
occur in a few exceptional cases, e.g. for the following reasons:
D incorrect electrical connection or mains voltage surges,
D insufficient cooling or overload on the MF thyristor unit may trigger the
thermal detector,
D current parameters set are higher than the maximum current permitted or
the monitoring values.
In case of failure, the green LED ”Ready” ⇑ on the front panel of the weld
timer unit goes out. Further information is provided by the diagnostics function, the error message display on the BOS-5000 operator interface, or a
message on the BT Bosch operator terminal.
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE
Danger of life in case of contact with live parts!
Disconnect the system from the mains supply before trouble shooting or replacing a fuse!
Thermal detector response
The MF thyristor unit contains an NTC thermistor detector, which transmits a
message to the integrated weld timer if the temperature reaches or rises
above 65° C (+5° C)
If this happens, the weld timer blocks any further sequence.
The green LED ”Ready” on the front panel of the weld timer unit goes out and
the message ”Thyristor unit temperature” is output.
Possible causes
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Corrective action
Dirt accumulation in heat sink
Clean out the heat sink
Excessive ambient temperature
Check for sufficient convection.
Checking external forced ventilation
may be required.
Capacity of MF thyristor unit too low
Compute duty cycle and check selection using load diagram (see section
”Notes on Rating”).
No or insufficient cooling water flow
Check cooling water inlet and/or temperature.
6-2
Malfunction
Notes:
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Type overview
7
Type overview
7.1
Features
PSI 6025.XXX L1
D Medium-frequency inverter 0.5 to 7 kA
D Air cooling
D Integrated control function
D Rated voltage 400 to 480 Volt, 50/60 Hz
D Rated current 20 A (continuous thermal current)
D Preferably for connecting welding transformer
D PSG 3025.00 A
PSI 6100.XXX L1/W1
D Medium-frequency inverter 3 to 20 kA
D Air cooling (L1), water cooling (W1)
D Integrated control function
D Rated voltage 400 to 480 Volt, 50/60 Hz
D Rated current 110 A (continuous thermal current)
D Preferably for connecting welding transformers
D PSG 3050.00 A
D PSG 3050.10 A
D PSG 3075.10 A
D PSG 3100.00 A
PSI 6100.XXX L2/W2
D Medium-frequency inverter 3 to 20 kA
D Rated voltage 480 to 690 Volt, 50/60 Hz
D Other than that like PSI 6100.XXX L1/W1
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7-1
7-2
Type overview
PSI 6200.XXX W1
D Medium-frequency inverter 9 to 54 kA
D Water cooling
D Integrated control function
D Rated voltage 400 to 480 Volt, 50/60 Hz
D Rated current 220 A (continuous thermal current)
D Preferably for connecting welding transformers
D PSG 3100.00 A
D PSG 3200.00 A
D Seam-welding functionality also available
PSI 6200.XXX W2
D Medium-frequency inverter 9 to 54 kA
D Rated voltage 480 to 690 Volt, 50/60 Hz
D Other than that like PSI 6200.XXX W1
PSI 6300.XXX L1/W1
D Medium-frequency inverter 6 to 36 kA
D Air cooling (L1), water cooling (W1)
D Integrated control function
D Rated voltage 400 to 480 Volt, 50/60 Hz
D Rated current 110 A (continuous thermal current)
D Preferably for connecting welding transformers
D PSG 3100.00 A
PSI 6300.XXX L2/W2
D Medium-frequency inverter 6 to 36 kA
D Air cooling (L2), water cooling (W2)
D Integrated control function
D Rated voltage 480 to 690 Volt
D Rated current 110 A (continuous thermal current)
D Preferably for connecting welding transformers
D PSG 3100.00 A
PSI 6500.XXX W1
D Medium-frequency inverter 9 to 120 kA with PSG 3100
D Water cooling
D Integrated control function
D Rated voltage 400 to 480 Volt, 50/60 Hz
D Rated current 660 A (continuous thermal current) with cubicle cooling
unit
D Preferably for connecting welding transformers
D PSG 3100.00 A
D PSG 3200.00 A
D Seam-welding functionality also available
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PSI 6025.XXX L1
8
PSI 6025.XXX L1
8.1
Explanation of drawings
The following drawings show the
D front plate with modules of the MF inverter
D integrated weld timer
D slot for the parallel, serial or fieldbus I/O interface
D slot prepared for retrofitting a quality module
D slot for fieldbus interface for programming (optional)
D technical data
D dimensions and mounting options
D mains connection
D connection of the PSG 3000 welding transformer
D load diagram
D accessories and part numbers
.
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Note: Drawings do not include heat sinks.
8-1
8-2
8.2
PSI 6025.XXX L1
PSI 6025.XXX L1 front panel
[1]
[1]
[1]
U1
[2]
[5]
[6]
[7]
V1
D - 64711 Erbach 107 Made in Germany
W1
A
D
R
U1 V1 W1
3/PE~
[3]
U2 V2 2/~
2/PE~
−
+
[8]
[1]
[9]
U2
[4]
V2
[1]
[1]
PSI 6025.XXX L1 front panel
[1]
M6 mounting options
D rear panel
D left side panel (mounting cutout required)
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
mains supply connection
MF inverter symbol
PSG 3000 welding transformer connection
integrated weld timer
slot for type-specific I/O interface:
D parallel I/O interface
D serial I/O interface
D fieldbus I/O interface
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PSI 6025.XXX L1
[7]
[8]
[9]
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slot for retrofitting a quality module
slot for fieldbus interface for programming
battery compartment
8-3
8-4
8.3
PSI 6025.XXX L1
Technical data, PSI 6025.XXX L1
Type
3-phase MF inverter, module designed for
recessed mounting
Weld timer
integrated
I/O interface
Slot for parallel, serial or fieldbus interface
Quality module
Slot prepared for retrofitting
Degree of protection
IP 20; designed for modular enclosure or for
installation in switchgear cabinets with IP 54
Inverter ambient temperature
max. 55° C
Heat sink
air, max. 45° C, temperature controlled; without fan cowl
Temperature monitoring
integrated
Storage temperature
-25° C to +70° C
Corrosion
The ambient air must be free of acids, caustic solutions, corrosive agents, salts and
metal vapors of any major concentration
Humidity
Humidity class F as per DIN 40040;
20° C at 90% relative humidity;
40° C at 50% relative humidity (as per
VDE 0113);
Moisture condensation on the MF inverters
must be prevented.
Air pressure
Any within a range of up to 2000 m above
sea level
Line voltage connection
grounded TN or TT system
400 V -20% to 480 V +10%; 50/60 Hz
Nominal system current;
max. continuous thermal current
20 A
Max. output current
100 A
Max. secondary current; depending
on the transformer used
7 kA (PSG 3025)
Voltage supply;
Weld timer CPU;
I/O interface
24 V DC; min. 19 V DC up to max. 30 V DC
as per EN 61131-2, (external power supply),
or, alternatively, power supply from the weld
current system (internal power supply)
Clock frequency
1 kHz
Overvoltage protection
MOV; Metal Oxide Varistor
Electrical connection, mains supply
and transformer
via box terminal; max. 50 mm2
Wire range
16 mm2
Basic switchgear cabinet loss
69 W
Max. ventilating and cooling loss
dissipated via external air-cooler
40 W
Switchgear cabinet loss at max. power 100 W
Weight
approx. 15 kg
Mounting position
vertical or with its back on mounting plate
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6025.XXX L1
8.4
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6025.XXX L1
Front view
Side view, right
(as seen from the front)
Accessories kit
plate for optional
mounting
Ventilation
clearance
sealing face,
3 mm flat gasket
required
Mounting cut-out recommended for
mounting on left side panel
Plan view
100 mm min. installation clearance at top and bottom of MF
inverter!
Drawings not true to scale. Dimensions without tolerances: $0.5
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6025.XXX L1
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
8-5
8-6
8.5
PSI 6025.XXX L1
Electrical connection, PSI 6025.XXX L1
Side view, right
(as seen from the front)
from mains
PE
U1
V1
W1
all terminals
max. 50 mm2
U2
V2
to PSG 3000 welding
transformer
Electrical connection, PSI 6025.XXX L1
.
Note: For the connections of the various control functions, please see
the respective manuals ”PSI 6000, Control and I/O Level Description”.
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6025.XXX L1
8.6
Load diagram, PSI 6025.XXX L1
.
Note: For a general description of load diagrams, see Section 3.1
140
120
100
Iprim (ED) in A
8-7
80
60
40
20
0
1
10
ED in %
primary continuous current, air cooling
calculated primary peak current, air cooling, ts = 0.1s, 1 000 000 spots
Load diagram, PSI 6025.XXX L1
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
100
8-8
PSI 6025.XXX L1
8.7
Accessories, PSI 6025.XXX L1
8.7.1
Dimensioned drawing, accessories kit
greater
up to than
to
to
to
Dimensions without tolerances
Range of nominal for angles
(short leg
sizes
above above length)
1.5 thick
radiuses without dimensions = R2
tool
Accessories kit, mounting plate
Mounting plate dimensions
An accessories kit is available for mounting the inverter with its back on the
mounting plate.
Dimensioned drawing, accessories kit
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6025.XXX L1
8-9
D For PSG 3000 welding transformers, see Technical Information, PSG
3000 MF Welding Transformers, part no. 1070 080 087.
D For I/O module,
see Technical Information, PSI 6000, Control and I/O Level Description.
D For insertable profiles for electric connection, see the section on ordering.
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
8-10
8.8
PSI 6025.XXX L1
Ordering, PSI 6025.XXX L1
Designation
Part no.
PSI 6025.100 L1 medium-frequency inverter
1070 080 997
Not included in shipment:
Designation
Part no.
Insertable profile for pin connectors on small wire sizes, line
connection and welding transformer connection
1070 918 779
Accessories kit for PSI 6025.XXX L1 mounting
1070 078 273
SSR 81.00 current sensor without fixing device,
in the form of a toroid coil;
55 mm internal diameter; with 5-pole sleeve terminal
1070 048 099
SSR 81.01-08 current sensor with fixing device;
e.g. for various electrode makes
on request
Mating connector for SSR 81.0X current sensor
1070 913 489
Sensor cable LiYCY 2x2x0,75
mm2 shielded
1070 913 494
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
9
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
9.1
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 overview
D PSI 6100.XXX L1 :
D air-cooled
D 400 V -20% to 480 V +10%, 50/60 Hz
D PSI 6100.XXX L2 :
D air-cooled
D 480 V -20% to 690 V +10%, 50/60 Hz
D PSI 6100.XXX W1 :
D water-cooled
D 400 V -20% to 480 V +10%, 50/60 Hz
D PSI 6100.XXX W2 :
D water-cooled
D 480 V -20% to 690 V +10%, 50/60 Hz
9.2
Explanation of drawings
The following drawings show the
D front plate with modules of the MF inverter
D integrated weld timer
D slot for the parallel, serial or fieldbus I/O interface
D slot prepared for retrofitting a quality module
D slot for fieldbus interface for programming (optional)
D technical data
D dimensions and mounting options
D mains connection
D connection of the PSG 3000 welding transformer
D load diagram
D accessories and part numbers
.
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
Note: No heat sinks or water connections shown on drawings.
9-1
9-2
9.3
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 front panel
[1]
[1]
[1]
U1
[2]
[5]
[6]
[7]
V1
D - 64711 Erbach 107 Made in Germany
W1
A
D
R
U1 V1 W1
3/PE~
[3]
U2 V2 2/~
2/PE~
−
+
[8]
[1]
[9]
U2
[4]
V2
[1]
[1]
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 front panel
[1]
M6 mounting options
D rear panel
D left side panel (mounting cutout required)
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
mains supply connection
MF inverter symbol
PSG 3000 welding transformer connection
integrated weld timer
slot for type-specific I/O interface:
D parallel I/O interface
D serial I/O interface
D fieldbus I/O interface
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
[7]
[8]
[9]
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
slot for retrofitting a quality module
slot for fieldbus interface for programming
battery compartment
9-3
9-4
9.4
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
Technical data, PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
Type
3-phase MF inverter, module designed
for recessed mounting
Weld timer
integrated
I/O interface
Slot for parallel, serial or fieldbus interface
Quality module
Slot prepared for retrofitting
Degree of protection
IP 20; designed for modular enclosure
or for installation in switchgear cabinets with IP 54
Inverter ambient temperature
max. 55° C
Cooling
L1/L2:
W1/W2:
air, max. 45° C with Bosch
fan cowl, temperaturecontrolled through inverter
water, 4 l/min; max. 30° C
Temperature monitoring
integrated
Storage temperature
-25° C to +70° C
Corrosion
The ambient air must be free of acids,
caustic solutions, corrosive agents,
salts and metal vapors of any major
concentration
Humidity
Humidity class F as per DIN 40040;
20° C at 90% relative humidity;
40° C at 50% relative humidity (as per
VDE 0113);
Moisture condensation on the MF inverters must be prevented.
Air pressure
Any within a range of up to 2000 m
above sea level
Line voltage connection
grounded TN or TT system
L1/W1: 400 V −20% to 480 V +10%; 50/60 Hz
L2/W2: 480 V −20% to 690 V +10%; 50/60 Hz
Nominal system current;
max. continuous thermal current
110 A
Max. output current
400 A
Max. secondary current; depending on
the transformer used
20 kA (PSG 3100)
Voltage supply;
Weld timer CPU;
I/O interface
24 V DC; min. 19 V DC up to max.
30 V DC as per EN 61131-2, (external
power supply), or, alternatively, power
supply from the weld current system
(internal power supply)
Clock frequency
1 kHz
Overvoltage protection
MOV; Metal Oxide Varistor
Electrical connection, mains supply
and transformer
via box terminal; max. 50 mm2
Wire range
35 mm2
Basic switchgear cabinet loss
L1/W1: 69 W
L2/W2: 100 W
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
9-5
Max. cooling losses
L1/L2: 360 W
W1:
420 W
W2:
500 W
Switchgear cabinet loss at max. power
L1:
L2:
W1:
W2:
Weight
L1:
L2:
W1:
W2:
Mounting position
vertical or with its back on mounting
plate
170 W
200 W
110 W
140 W
approx. 20 kg
approx. 21 kg
approx. 25 kg
approx. 26 kg
9-6
9.5
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2
Front view
Side view, right
(as seen from the front)
Accessories kit
plate for optional
mounting
Ventilation
clearance
sealing face,
3 mm flat gasket
required
Mounting cut-out recommended for
mounting on left side panel
Plan view
100 mm min. installation clearance at top and bottom of MF
inverter!
Drawings not true to scale. Dimensions without tolerances: $0.5
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
9.6
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6100.XXX W1/W2
Front view
Side view, right
(as seen from the front)
Accessories kit
plate for optional
mounting
Accessories kit
nipple (brass)
with standard taper
bore IAW
DIN EN 560, external
thread M16x1.5
sealing face,
3 mm flat gasket
required
Mounting cut-out recommended for
mounting on left side panel
Plan view
100 mm min. installation clearance at top and bottom of MF
inverter!
Drawings not true to scale. Dimensions without tolerances: $0.5
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6100.XXX W1/W2
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
9-7
9-8
9.7
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
Electrical connection, PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
Side view, right
(as seen from the front)
from mains
PE
U1
V1
W1
all terminals
max. 50 mm2
U2
V2
to PSG 3000 welding
transformer
Electrical connection, PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
.
Note: For the connections of the various control functions, please see
the respective manuals ”PSI 6000, Control and I/O Level Description”.
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
9.8
Cooling water connection, PSI 6100.XXX W1/W2
ÄÄÄ
ÄÄÄ
ÄÄÄ
ÄÄÄ
cooling water
ÄÄÄ
ÄÄÄ
cooling water inlet
nipple (brass)
with standard taper
bore IAW
DIN EN 560, external
thread M16x1.5
ÄÄÄ
ÄÄÄ
cooling water outlet
Cooling water connection, PSI 6100.XXX W1/W2
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
9-9
9-10
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
The heat sink of the water-cooled MF inverter is connected internally to the
protective earth conductor.
Maximum water inlet temperature :
Water connection
:
PSI 6000
30° C
M 16 x 1.5
external thread (DIN EN 560,
nut: DIN 13-6)
by the customer
Heat sink
PSI
Hose nozzle
washer
Union nut
M16x1.5
nipple with standard taper bore IAW DIN EN 560,
external thread M16x1.5
through hole ∅9+0.5
Cooling water connection
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
9.9
9-11
Load diagram, PSI 6100.XXX L1/W1
.
Note: For a general description of load diagrams, see Section 3.1
500
450
Iprim (ED) in A
400
350
300
250
200
150
100
1
10
ED in %
primary continuous current, air or water cooling
calculated primary peak current, water cooling, ts = 0.1s, 1 000 000 spots
calculated primary peak current, air cooling, ts = 0.1s, 1 000 000 spots
Load diagram, PSI 6100.XXX L1/W1
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
100
9-12
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
9.10
Load diagram, PSI 6100.XXX L2/W2
.
Note: For a general description of load diagrams, see Section 3.1
600
550
500
Iprim (ED) in A
450
400
350
300
250
200
150
100
1
10
100
ED in %
primary continuous current, air or water cooling
calculated primary peak current, water cooling, ts = 0.1s, 1 000 000 spots
calculated primary peak current, air cooling, ts = 0.1s, 1 000 000 spots
Load diagram, PSI 6100.XXX L2/W2
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 9-13
9.11
Accessories, PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
9.11.1
Dimensioned drawing, accessories kit
tool
Dimensioned drawing, accessories kit
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
greater
up to than
to
to
to
Dimensions without tolerances
Range of nominal for angles
(short leg
sizes
above above length)
1.5 thick
radiuses without dimensions = R2
Accessories kit, mounting plate
Mounting plate dimensions
An accessories kit is available for mounting the inverter with its back on the
mounting plate.
9-14
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
D For PSG 3000 welding transformers, see Technical Information, PSG
3000 MF Welding Transformers, part no. 1070 080 087.
D For I/O module,
see Technical Information, PSI 6000, Control and I/O Level Description.
D For insertable profiles for electric connection, see the section on ordering.
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 9-15
9.12
Ordering, PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
Designation
Part no.
PSI 6100.100 L1 medium-frequency inverter
1070 079 211
PSI 6100.200 L1 medium-frequency inverter
1070 079 359
PSI 6101.321 L2 medium-frequency inverter
1070 079 286
PSI 6100.330 L2 medium-frequency inverter
on request
PSI 6100.100 W1 medium-frequency inverter
1070 079 210
PSI 6100.100 W2 medium-frequency inverter
on request
Not included in shipment:
Designation
Part no.
Insertable profile for pin connectors on small wire sizes, line
connection and welding transformer connection
1070 918 779
Accessories kit for PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 mounting
1070 078 273
SSR 81.00 current sensor without fixing device,
in the form of a toroid coil;
55 mm internal diameter; with 5-pole sleeve terminal
1070 048 099
SSR 81.01-08 current sensor with fixing device;
e.g. for various electrode makes
on request
Mating connector for SSR 81.0X current sensor
1070 913 489
Sensor cable LiYCY 2x2x0,75
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
mm2 shielded
1070 913 494
9-16
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
Notes:
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 10-1
10
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
10.1
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 overview
D PSI 6200.XXX W1:
D water-cooled
D 400 V -20% to 480 V +10%, 50/60 Hz
D PSI 6200.XXX W2:
D water-cooled
D 480 V -20% to 690 V +10%, 50/60 Hz
10.2
Explanation of drawings
The following drawings show the
D front plate with modules of the MF inverter
D integrated weld timer
D slot for the parallel, serial or fieldbus I/O interface
D slot prepared for retrofitting a quality module
D slot for fieldbus interface for programming (optional)
D technical data
D dimensions and mounting options
D mains connection
D connection of the PSG 3000 welding transformer
D load diagram
D accessories and part numbers
.
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
Note: No water connections shown on drawings.
10-2
10.3
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 front panel
[2]
[1]
[1]
U1
V1
[3]
W1
[7]
[8]
[9]
[4]
U1 V1 W1
A
D
R
3/PE~
U2 V2 2/~
D - 64711 Erbach 107 Made in Germany
2/PE~
−
+
[10]
[11]
[6]
U2
[1]
V2
[1]
[5]
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 front panel
[1]
M6 mounting options
D rear panel
[2]
[3]
[4]
fan
mains supply connection
MF inverter symbol
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 10-3
[6]
[7]
[8]
Cooling water connection
nipple (brass) with standard taper bore IAW DIN EN 560,
external thread M16x1.5
PSG 3000 welding transformer connection
integrated weld timer
slot for type-specific I/O interface:
D parallel I/O interface
D serial I/O interface
D fieldbus I/O interface
[9]
[10]
[11]
slot for retrofitting a quality module
slot for fieldbus interface for programming
battery compartment
[5]
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
10-4
10.4
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
Technical data, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
Type
3-phase MF inverter, module designed for
recessed mounting
Weld timer
integrated
I/O interface
Slot for parallel, serial or fieldbus interface
Quality module
Slot prepared for retrofitting
Degree of protection
IP 20; designed for modular enclosure or for
installation in switchgear cabinets with IP 54
Inverter ambient temperature
max. 55° C
Cooling
W1/W2:
Temperature monitoring
integrated
Storage temperature
-25° C to +70° C
Corrosion
The ambient air must be free of acids, caustic solutions, corrosive agents, salts and
metal vapors of any major concentration
Humidity
Humidity class F as per DIN 40040;
20° C at 90% relative humidity;
40° C at 50% relative humidity (as per
VDE 0113);
Moisture condensation on the MF inverters
must be prevented.
Air pressure
Any within a range of up to 2000 m above
sea level
Line voltage connection
grounded TN or TT system
W1: 400 V −20% to 480 V +10%; 50/60 Hz
W2: 480 V −20% to 690 V +10%; 50/60 Hz
Nominal system current;
max. continuous thermal current
220 A
Max. output current
1200 A
Max. secondary current; depending
on the transformer used
54 kA (PSG 3100)
Voltage supply;
Weld timer CPU;
I/O interface
24 V DC; min. 19 V DC up to max. 30 V DC
as per EN 61131-2, (external power supply),
or, alternatively, power supply from the weld
current system (internal power supply)
Clock frequency
1 kHz
Overvoltage protection
MOV; Metal Oxide Varistor
Electrical connection, mains supply
and transformer
high-current bushing terminal;
max. 95 mm2
Wire range
95 mm2
Basic switchgear cabinet loss
W1:
W2:
69 W
100 W
Max. ventilating and cooling loss
dissipated via external air-cooler
W1:
W2:
700 W
800 W
Switchgear cabinet loss at max.
power
W1:
W2:
210 W
240 W
Weight
W1/W2:
Mounting position
vertical or with its back on mounting plate
water 4 l/min.; max. 30° C
approx. 56 kg
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 10-5
10.5
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
Front view
Side view, right
(as seen from the front)
Ventilation
clearance
Ventilation clearance
Dimensions without tolerances: $0.5
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
for
nipple (brass) with standard
taper bore IAW DIN EN 560,
external thread M16x1.5
100 mm min. installation clearance at top and bottom of MF
inverter!
10.6
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
Electrical connection, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
Front view
from mains
U1 V1 W1 PE
U1
V1
W1
U1 V1 W1
A
D
R
3/PE~
U2 V2 2/~
2/PE~
D - 64711 Erbach 107 Made in Germany
10-6
−
+
[11]
U2
all terminals
max. 95 mm2
V2
U2 V2
to PSG 3000 welding
transformer
Electrical connection, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
.
Note: For the connections of the various control functions, please see
the respective manuals ”PSI 6000, Control and I/O Level Description”.
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 10-7
10.7
Cooling water connection, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
Front view
U1
V1
W1
U1 V1 W1
A
D
R
3/PE~
U2 V2 2/~
D - 64711 Erbach 107 Made in Germany
2/PE~
−
+
[11]
ÄÄÄÄÄ
ÄÄÄÄÄ
ÄÄÄÄÄ
cooling water inlet
rear side
cooling water outlet
front side
Cooling water connection, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
U2
V2
10-8
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
The heat sink of the water-cooled MF inverter is connected internally to the
protective earth conductor.
Maximum water inlet temperature :
Water connection
:
PSI 6000
30° C
M 16 x 1.5
external thread (DIN EN 560,
nut: DIN 13-6)
by the customer
Heat sink
PSI
Hose nozzle
washer
Union nut
M16x1.5
nipple with standard taper bore IAW DIN EN 560,
external thread M16x1.5
through hole ∅9+0.5
Cooling water connection
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 10-9
10.8
Load diagram, PSI 6200.XXX W1
.
Note: For a general description of load diagrams, see Section 3.1
1600
Iprim (ED) in A
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
1
10
ED in %
primary continuous current
calculated primary peak current, water cooling, ts = 0.1s, 1 000 000 spots
Load diagram, PSI 6200.XXX W1
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
100
10-10
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
10.9
Load diagram, PSI 6200.XXX W2
.
Note: For a general description of load diagrams, see Section 3.1
1800
1600
Iprim (ED) in A
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
1
10
100
ED in %
primary continuous current
calculated primary peak current, water cooling, ts = 0.1s, 1 000 000 spots
Load diagram, PSI 6200.XXX W2
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 10-11
10.10
Accessories, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
D For PSG 3000 welding transformers, see Technical Information, PSG
3000 MF Welding Transformers, part no. 1070 080 087.
D For I/O module,
see Technical Information, PSI 6000, Control and I/O Level Description.
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
10-12
10.11
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
Ordering, PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2
Designation
Part no.
PSI 6200.100 W1 medium-frequency inverter
1070 081 748
PSI 6200.321 W1 medium-frequency inverter
1070 081 749
PSI 6200.100 W2 medium-frequency inverter
on request
Not included in shipment:
Designation
Part no.
SSR 81.00 current sensor without fixing device,
in the form of a toroid coil;
55 mm internal diameter; with 5-pole sleeve terminal
1070 048 099
SSR 81.01-08 current sensor with fixing device;
e.g. for various electrode makes
on request
Mating connector for SSR 81.0X current sensor
1070 913 489
Sensor cable LiYCY 2x2x0,75
mm2 shielded
1070 913 494
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
11
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
11.1
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 overview
11-1
D PSI 6300.XXX L1:
D air-cooled
D 400 V -20% to 480 V +10%, 50/60 Hz
D PSI 6300.XXX L2:
D air-cooled
D 480 V -20% to 690 V +10%, 50/60 Hz
D PSI 6300.XXX W1:
D water-cooled
D 400 V -20% to 480 V +10%, 50/60 Hz
D PSI 6300.XXX W2:
D water-cooled
D 480 V -20% to 690 V +10%, 50/60 Hz
11.2
Explanation of drawings
The following drawings show the
D front plate with modules of the MF inverter
D integrated weld timer
D slot for the parallel, serial or fieldbus I/O interface
D slot prepared for retrofitting a quality module
D slot for fieldbus interface for programming (optional)
D technical data
D dimensions and mounting options
D mains connection
D connection of the PSG 3000 welding transformer
D load diagram
D accessories and part numbers
.
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Note: No heat sinks or water connections shown on drawings.
11-2
11.3
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 front panel
[1]
[1]
[1]
U1
[2]
[5]
[6]
[7]
V1
D - 64711 Erbach 107 Made in Germany
W1
A
D
R
U1 V1 W1
3/PE~
[3]
U2 V2 2/~
2/PE~
−
+
[8]
[1]
[9]
U2
[4]
V2
[1]
[1]
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 front panel
[1]
M6 mounting options
D rear panel
D left side panel (mounting cutout required)
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
mains supply connection
MF inverter symbol
PSG 3000 welding transformer connection
integrated weld timer
slot for type-specific I/O interface:
D parallel I/O interface
D serial I/O interface
D fieldbus I/O interface
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
[7]
[8]
[9]
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
slot for retrofitting a quality module
slot for fieldbus interface for programming
battery compartment
11-3
11-4
11.4
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
Technical data, PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
Type
3-phase MF inverter, module designed
for recessed mounting
Weld timer
integrated
I/O interface
Slot for parallel, serial or fieldbus interface
Quality module
Slot prepared for retrofitting
Degree of protection
IP 20; designed for modular enclosure
or for installation in switchgear cabinets with IP 54
Inverter ambient temperature
max. 55° C
Cooling
L1/L2:
W1/W2:
air, max. 45° C with Bosch
fan cowl, temperaturecontrolled through inverter
water, 4 l/min; max. 30° C
Temperature monitoring
integrated
Storage temperature
-25° C to +70° C
Corrosion
The ambient air must be free of acids,
caustic solutions, corrosive agents,
salts and metal vapors of any major
concentration
Humidity
Humidity class F as per DIN 40040;
20° C at 90% relative humidity;
40° C at 50% relative humidity (as per
VDE 0113);
Moisture condensation on the MF inverters must be prevented.
Air pressure
Any within a range of up to 2000 m
above sea level
Line voltage connection
grounded TN or TT system
L1/W1: 400 V −20% to 480 V +10%; 50/60 Hz
L2/W2: 480 V −20% to 690 V +10%; 50/60 Hz
Nominal system current;
max. continuous thermal current
110 A
Max. output current
800 A
Max. secondary current; depending on
the transformer used
36 kA (PSG 3100)
Voltage supply;
Weld timer CPU;
I/O interface
24 V DC; min. 19 V DC up to max.
30 V DC as per EN 61131-2, (external
power supply), or, alternatively, power
supply from the weld current system
(internal power supply)
Clock frequency
1 kHz
Overvoltage protection
MOV; Metal Oxide Varistor
Electrical connection, mains supply
and transformer
via box terminal; max. 50 mm2
Wire range
35 mm2
Basic switchgear cabinet loss
L1/W1: 69 W
L2/W2: 100 W
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
11-5
Max. ventilating and cooling loss
dissipated via external air-cooler
L1/L2: 360 W
W1:
420 W
W2:
500 W
Switchgear cabinet loss at max. power
L1:
L2:
W1:
W2:
Weight
L1:
L2:
W1:
W2:
Mounting position
vertical or with its back on mounting
plate
170 W
200 W
110 W
140 W
approx. 20 kg
approx. 21 kg
approx. 25 kg
approx. 26 kg
11-6
11.5
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2
Front view
Side view, right
(as seen from the front)
Accessories kit
plate for optional
mounting
Ventilation
clearance
sealing face,
3 mm flat gasket
required
Mounting cut-out recommended for
mounting on left side panel
Plan view
100 mm min. installation clearance at top and bottom of MF
inverter!
Drawings not true to scale. Dimensions without tolerances: $0.5
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
11.6
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6300.XXX W1/W2
Front view
Side view, right
(as seen from the front)
Accessories kit
plate for optional
mounting
Accessories kit
nipple (brass)
with standard taper
bore IAW
DIN EN 560, external
thread M16x1.5
sealing face,
3 mm flat gasket
required
Mounting cut-out recommended for
mounting on left side panel
Plan view
100 mm min. installation clearance at top and bottom of MF
inverter!
Drawings not true to scale. Dimensions without tolerances: $0.5
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6300.XXX W1/W2
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
11-7
11-8
11.7
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
Electrical connection, PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
Side view, right
(as seen from the front)
from mains
PE
U1
V1
W1
all terminals
max. 50 mm2
U2
V2
to PSG 3000 welding
transformer
Electrical connection, PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
.
Note: For the connections of the various control functions, please see
the respective manuals ”PSI 6000, Control and I/O Level Description”.
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
11.8
Cooling water connection, PSI 6300.XXX W1/W2
ÄÄÄ
ÄÄÄ
ÄÄÄ
ÄÄÄ
cooling water
ÄÄÄ
ÄÄÄ
cooling water inlet
nipple (brass)
with standard taper
bore IAW
DIN EN 560, external
thread M16x1.5
ÄÄÄ
ÄÄÄ
cooling water outlet
Cooling water connection, PSI 6300.XXX W1/W2
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
11-9
11-10
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
The heat sink of the water-cooled MF inverter is connected internally to the
protective earth conductor.
Maximum water inlet temperature :
Water connection
:
PSI 6000
30° C
M 16 x 1.5
external thread (DIN EN 560,
nut: DIN 13-6)
by the customer
Heat sink
PSI
Hose nozzle
washer
Union nut
M16x1.5
nipple with standard taper bore IAW DIN EN 560,
external thread M16x1.5
through hole ∅9+0.5
Cooling water connection
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 11-11
11.9
Load diagram, PSI 6300.XXX L1/W1
.
Note: For a general description of load diagrams, see Section 3.1
800
700
Iprim (ED) in A
600
500
400
300
200
100
1
10
ED in %
primary continuous current, air or water cooling
calculated primary peak current, water cooling, ts = 0.1s, 1 000 000 spots
calculated primary peak current, air cooling, ts = 0.1s, 1 000 000 spots
Load diagram, PSI 6300.XXX L1/W1
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
100
11-12
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
11.10
Load diagram, PSI 6300.XXX L2/W2
.
Note: For a general description of load diagrams, see Section 3.1
800
750
700
Iprim (ED) in A
650
600
550
500
450
400
350
300
250
200
150
100
1
10
100
ED in %
primary continuous current, air or water cooling
calculated primary peak current, water cooling, ts = 0.1s, 1 000 000 spots
calculated primary peak current, air cooling, ts = 0.1s, 1 000 000 spots
Load diagram, PSI 6300.XXX L2/W2
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 11-13
11.11
Accessories, PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
11.11.1
Dimensioned drawing, accessories kit
tool
Dimensioned drawing, accessories kit
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
greater
up to than
to
to
to
Dimensions without tolerances
Range of nominal for angles
sizes
(short leg
above above length)
1.5 thick
radiuses without dimensions = R2
Accessories kit, mounting plate
Mounting plate dimensions
An accessories kit is available for mounting the inverter with its back on the
mounting plate.
11-14
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
D For PSG 3000 welding transformers, see Technical Information, PSG
3000 MF Welding Transformers, part no. 1070 080 087.
D For I/O module,
see Technical Information, PSI 6000, Control and I/O Level Description.
D For insertable profiles for electric connection, see the section on ordering.
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 11-15
11.12
Ordering, PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
Designation
Part no.
PSI 6300.100 L1 medium-frequency inverter
1070 081 688
PSI 6300.330 L1 medium-frequency inverter
1070 079 325
PSI 6300.321 L1 medium-frequency inverter
1070 081 689
PSI 6300.330 L2 medium-frequency inverter
1070 079 331
PSI 6300.100 W1 medium-frequency inverter
1070 084 595
PSI 6300.100 W2 medium-frequency inverter
on request
Not included in shipment:
Designation
Part no.
Insertable profile for pin connectors on small wire sizes, line
connection and welding transformer connection
1070 918 779
Accessories kit for PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 mounting
1070 078 273
SSR 81.00 current sensor without fixing device,
in the form of a toroid coil;
55 mm internal diameter; with 5-pole sleeve terminal
1070 048 099
SSR 81.01-08 current sensor with fixing device;
e.g. for various electrode makes
on request
Mating connector for SSR 81.0X current sensor
1070 913 489
Sensor cable LiYCY 2x2x0,75
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
mm2 shielded
1070 913 494
11-16
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2
Notes:
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6500.XXX W1 12-1
12
PSI 6500.XXX W1
12.1
Explanation of drawings
The following drawings show the
D front plate with modules of the MF inverter
D integrated weld timer
D slot for the parallel, serial or fieldbus I/O interface
D slot prepared for retrofitting a quality module
D slot for fieldbus interface for programming (optional)
D technical data
D dimensions and mounting options
D mains connection
D connection of the PSG 3000 welding transformer
D load diagram
D accessories and part numbers
.
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
Note: No water connections shown on drawings.
12-2
12.2
PSI 6500.XXX W1
PSI 6500.XXX W1 front panel
[2]
[1]
[3]
[6] [7] [8]
U1 V1 W1
3/PE~
U2 V2 2/~
A
D
R
2/PE~
+
D - 64711 Erbach 107 Made in Germany
−
[9]
[10]
[1]
[4]
[5]
[1]
[12]
[11]
PSI 6500.XXX W1 front panel
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6500.XXX W1 12-3
[1]
M6 mounting options
D rear panel
[2]
[3]
[4]
mains supply connection with shrouding cover
MF inverter symbol
cooling water connection, supply
nipple (brass) with standard taper bore IAW DIN EN 560,
external thread M16x1.5
cooling water connection, discharge
nipple (brass) with standard taper bore IAW DIN EN 560,
external thread M16x1.5
integrated weld timer
slot for type-specific I/O interface:
D parallel I/O interface
D serial I/O interface
D fieldbus I/O interface
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]
[11]
[12]
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
slot for retrofitting a quality module
slot for fieldbus interface for programming
battery compartment
PSG 3000 welding transformer connection (with shrouding cover)
hose connection between the two water coolers
12-4
12.3
PSI 6500.XXX W1
Technical data, PSI 6500.XXX W1
Type
3-phase MF inverter, module designed for
recessed mounting
Weld timer
integrated
I/O interface
Slot for parallel, serial or fieldbus interface
Quality module
Slot prepared for retrofitting
Degree of protection
IP 20; designed for modular enclosure or for
installation in switchgear cabinets with IP 54
Inverter ambient temperature
max. 45° C; If thermal outputs exceed
50% of the rated ouput, a cabinet cooling
system starts running, which adjusts the
ambient temperature to 35° C.
Cooling
water 10 l/min.; max. 30° C
Temperature monitoring
integrated
Storage temperature
-25° C to +70° C
Corrosion
The ambient air must be free of acids, caustic solutions, corrosive agents, salts and
metal vapors of any major concentration
Humidity
Humidity class F as per DIN 40040;
20° C at 90% relative humidity;
40° C at 50% relative humidity (as per
VDE 0113); Moisture condensation on the
MF inverters must be prevented.
Air pressure
Any within a range of up to 2000 m above
sea level
Line voltage connection
grounded TN or TT system
400 V -20% to 480 V +10%; 50/60 Hz
Nominal system current;
max. continuous thermal current
660 A, with cubicle cooling unit
Max. output current
2400 A
Max. secondary current; depending
on the transformer used
120 kA (PSG 3100)
Voltage supply;
Weld timer CPU;
I/O interface
24 V DC; min. 19 V DC up to max. 30 V DC
as per EN 61131-2, (external power supply), or, alternatively, power supply from the
weld current system (internal power supply)
Clock frequency
1 kHz
Overvoltage protection
MOV; Metal Oxide Varistor
Electrical connection, mains supply
and transformer
with cable lugs;
M10 bolts for each connection
Wire range
2 to 4 cables, 120 mm2 each
Basic switchgear cabinet loss
100 W
Max. ventilating and cooling loss dis-
4400 W
sipated via external water-cooler
Switchgear cabinet loss at max. power
850 W
Weight
approx. 70 kg, mech. load may be distributed
Mounting position
vertical or with its back on mounting plate
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PSI 6500.XXX W1 12-5
12.4
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6500.XXX W1
396
356.5
194.5
99
Front view
411
600
653
860
Side view, right
(as seen from the front)
[1]
38
30.75
278
396
110
7.5
638
for M6
Side view, left
(as seen from the front)
Dimensions without tolerances: $0.5
Dimensioned drawing, PSI 6500.XXX W1
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
30,75
100 mm min. installation clearance at top and bottom of MF
inverter!
110
Rear view
nipple (brass) with standard taper bore IAW
DIN EN 560,
external thread M16x1.5
12.5
PSI 6500.XXX W1
Electrical connection, PSI 6500.XXX W1
from mains
U1 V1 W1 PE
Front view
U1 V1 W1
3/PE~
U2 V2 2/~
A
D
R
2/PE~
−
+
D - 64711 Erbach 107 Made in Germany
12-6
electrical connections:
2 to 4 cables, max. 120 mm2, ea.,
with cable lugs on M10 bolts
U2
V2
to PSG 3000 welding
transformer
Electrical connection, PSI 6500.XXX W1
.
Note: For the connections of the various control functions, please see
the respective manuals ”PSI 6000, Control and I/O Level Description”.
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6500.XXX W1 12-7
12.6
Cooling water connection, PSI 6500.XXX W1
Front view
U1 V1 W1
3/PE~
U2 V2 2/~
A
D
R
2/PE~
+
D - 64711 Erbach 107 Made in Germany
−
hose connection
for cooling water
ÄÄ
ÄÄ
ÄÄ
cooling water
supply
cooling water
discharge
Cooling water connection, PSI 6500.XXX W1
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
ÄÄ
ÄÄ
ÄÄ
12-8
PSI 6500.XXX W1
The heat sink of the water-cooled MF inverter is connected internally to the
protective earth conductor.
Maximum water inlet temperature :
Water connection
:
PSI 6000
30° C
M 16 x 1.5
external thread (DIN EN 560,
nut: DIN 13-6)
by the customer
Heat sink
PSI
Hose nozzle
washer
Union nut
M16x1.5
nipple with standard taper bore IAW DIN EN 560,
external thread M16x1.5
through hole ∅9+0.5
Cooling water connection
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6500.XXX W1 12-9
12.7
Load diagram, PSI 6500.XXX W1
.
Note: For a general description of load diagrams, see Section 3.1
2600
2400
2200
Iprim (ED) in A
2000
1800
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
1
10
ED in %
primary continuous current
calculated primary peak current, ts = 0.1s, 1 000 000 spots
Load diagram, PSI 6500.XXX W1
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
100
12-10
12.8
PSI 6500.XXX W1
Accessories, PSI 6500.XXX W1
D For PSG 3000 welding transformers, see Technical Information, PSG
3000 MF Welding Transformers, part no. 1070 080 087.
D For I/O module,
see Technical Information, PSI 6000, Control and I/O Level Description.
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
PSI 6500.XXX W1 12-11
12.9
Ordering, PSI 6500.XXX W1
Designation
Part no.
PSI 6500.XXX W1 medium-frequency inverter
1070 079 302
Not included in shipment:
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
Designation
Part no.
SSR 81.00 current sensor without fixing device,
in the form of a toroid coil;
55 mm internal diameter; with 5-pole sleeve terminal
1070 048 099
SSR 81.01-08 current sensor with fixing device;
e.g. for various electrode makes
on request
Mating connector for SSR 81.0X current sensor
1070 913 489
Sensor cable LiYCY 2x2x0,75 mm2 shielded
1070 913 494
12-12
PSI 6500.XXX W1
Notes:
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
CE declaration of conformity 13-1
13
CE declaration of conformity
1070 080 059-101 (2001.04) GB
13-2
CE declaration of conformity
Notes:
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Annex
A
Annex
A.1
Index
A
Accessories kit, 8-10, 9-15, 11-15
Accessories PSI 6025.XXX L1, 8-8
Accessories PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2, 9-13
Accessories PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2, 10-11
Accessories PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2, 11-13
Accessories PSI 6500.XXX W1, 12-10
Air pressure, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
Ambient temperature, 3-1, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4,
12-4
Assembly, 1-6
A-1
Cooling, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
Cooling water, 1-8
Chlorides, 1-8
Degree of hardness, 1-8
Insoluble substances, 1-8
Nitrates, 1-8
pH value, 1-8
Sulfates, 1-8
Cooling water connection PSI 6100.XXX W1/W2,
9-9
Cooling water connection PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2,
10-7
Cooling water connection PSI 6300.XXX W1/W2,
11-9
Cooling water connection PSI 6500.XXX W1, 12-7
B
Basic switchgear cabinet loss, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4,
11-4, 12-4
Battery, 5-1
Corrosion, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
Current sensor, 8-10, 9-15, 10-12, 11-15, 12-11
D
Battery compartment, 8-3, 9-3, 10-3, 11-3, 12-3
Degree of protection, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
Block diagram of a medium-frequency inverter, 2-3
Dimensioned drawing PSI 6025.XXX L1, 8-5
C
Cables, 1-11
CE conformity, 1-18
CE declaration of conformity, 13-1
CE marking, 1-13
Clock frequency, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
Commissioning, 4-1
Components, 2-2
Connection
U1, 1-11
U2, 1-11
V1, 1-11
V2, 1-11
W1, 1-11
Welding transformer, 1-11
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Dimensioned drawing PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2, 9-6
Dimensioned drawing PSI 6100.XXX W1/W2, 9-7
Dimensioned drawing PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2, 10-5
Dimensioned drawing PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2, 11-6
Dimensioned drawing PSI 6300.XXX W1/W2, 11-7
Dimensioned drawing PSI 6500.XXX W1, 12-5
Dimensioned drawing, accessories kit, 8-8, 9-13,
11-13
Duty cycle, 3-1
E
ED duty cycle, 3-1
Electrical connection, 1-9, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4,
12-4
Electrical connection PSI 6025.XXX L1, 8-6
A-2
Annex
Electrical connection PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2,
9-8
M
Electrical connection PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2, 10-6
Mains supply, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
Electrical connection PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2,
11-8
Maintenance, 1-16, 5-1, 5-2
Electrical connection PSI 6500.XXX W1, 12-6
EMC, 1-13
EMERGENCY-STOP facilities, 1-16, 5-1
F
Features, 2-1, 7-1
Field bus module, 2-2
Malfunction, 6-1
Malfunctions, 6-1
Max. output current, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
Max. secondary current, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4,
12-4
Maximum welding current, 3-1, 1-14
Medium-frequency welding
Advantages, 2-6
Benefits, 2-6
Fieldbus interface for programming, 8-1, 9-1,
10-1, 11-1, 12-1
Modifications, 1-2
Function, 2-4
Modules, 2-2
H
Heat sink, 8-4, 9-10, 10-8, 11-10, 12-8
Humidity, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
I
I/O interface, 2-2, 8-1, 8-4, 9-1, 9-4, 10-1, 10-4,
11-1, 11-4, 12-1, 12-4
I/O module, 8-9, 9-14, 10-11, 11-14, 12-10
Insertable profile, 8-10, 9-15, 11-15
Installation, 1-6
Modifications by the user, 1-15
Monitoring, 2-5
Monitoring functions, 2-5
Mounting, 1-6
Mounting position, 8-4, 9-5, 10-4, 11-5, 12-4
N
Nominal system current, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4,
12-4
Notes on rating, 3-1
O
Integrated weld timer, 8-1, 9-1, 10-1, 11-1, 12-1
Operation, 1-14
Intended use, 1-3
Ordering PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2, 9-15
L
Line voltage connection, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4,
12-4
Ordering PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2, 10-12
Ordering PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2, 11-15
Ordering PSI 6500.XXX W1, 12-11
Ordering, PSI 6025.XXX L1, 8-10
Load capability, 3-1
Output currents, 3-1
Load diagram, 3-1
Overall weld cycle duration, 3-1
Load diagram PSI 6025.XXX L1, 8-7
Overload, 2-5
Load diagram PSI 6100.XXX L1/W1, 9-11
Overvoltage protection, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
Load diagram PSI 6100.XXX L2/W2, 9-12
Load diagram PSI 6200.XXX W1, 10-9
Load diagram PSI 6200.XXX W2, 10-10
Load diagram PSI 6300.XXX L1/W1, 11-11
Load diagram PSI 6300.XXX L2/W2, 11-12
Load diagram PSI 6500.XXX W1, 12-9
P
Pacemaker, 1-4
PE connection, 1-11
Primary voltage, 2-4
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Technical data PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2, 9-4
PSI 6025.XXX L1 front panel, 8-2
Technical data PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2, 10-4
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2, 9-1
Technical data PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2, 11-4
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 front panel, 9-2
Technical data PSI 6500.XXX W1, 12-4
PSI 6100.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 overview, 9-1
Temperature monitoring, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4,
12-4
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2, 10-1
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 front panel, 10-2
PSI 6200.XXX W1/W2 overview, 10-1
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2, 11-1
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 front panel, 11-2
PSI 6300.XXX L1/L2/W1/W2 overview, 11-1
PSI 6500.XXX W1, 12-1
PSI 6500.XXX W1 front panel, 12-2
Q
Qualified personnel, 1-5
Quality module, 2-2, 8-1, 8-4, 9-1, 9-4, 10-1,
10-4, 11-1, 11-4, 12-1, 12-4
R
”Ready” LED, 6-1
”Ready” message, 6-1
Repair, 1-16, 5-2
Replacement parts, 5-2
Residual-current circuit-breaker, 1-10
Retrofits, 1-15
S
Safety instructions, 1-1, 1-2
Secondary current, 2-4
Sensor cable, 8-10, 9-15, 10-12, 11-15, 12-11
Setup, 2-1
Spare parts, 1-16, 5-2
Storage temperature, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
Switchgear cabinet loss, 8-4, 9-5, 10-4, 11-5,
12-4
Symbols, 1-2
System perturbation, 1-12
T
Technical data PSI 6025.XXX L1, 8-4
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Test procedures, 1-16, 5-1
Thermal detector, 6-1
Thyristor load, 3-1
Thyristor unit temperature, 6-1
Training courses, 1-5
Type, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
Type overview, 7-1
V
Ventilating and cooling loss, 8-4, 9-5, 10-4, 11-5,
12-4
Voltage supply, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
W
Weight, 8-4, 9-5, 10-4, 11-5, 12-4
Weld time, 3-1
Weld timer, 2-2, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
Welding current, maximum, 1-14
Welding splashes, 1-17
Welding transformer, 8-9, 9-14, 10-11, 11-14,
12-10
Wire range, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
Working safely, 1-17
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