IM10294 POWER WAVE R350.qxp_IM10294

Operator’s Manual
POWER WAVE ® R350
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IM10294
| Issue Date July-16
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THANK YOU FOR SELECTING
A QUALITY PRODUCT BY
LINCOLN ELECTRIC.
PLEASE EXAMINE CARTON AND EQUIPMENT FOR
DAMAGE IMMEDIATELY
When this equipment is shipped, title passes to the purchaser
upon receipt by the carrier. Consequently, claims for material
damaged in shipment must be made by the purchaser against the
transportation company at the time the shipment is received.
SAFETY DEPENDS ON YOU
Lincoln arc welding and cutting equipment is designed and built
with safety in mind. However, your overall safety can be increased
by proper installation ... and thoughtful operation on your part.
DO NOT INSTALL, OPERATE OR REPAIR THIS EQUIPMENT
WITHOUT READING THIS MANUAL AND THE SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS CONTAINED THROUGHOUT. And, most importantly,
think before you act and be careful.
WARNING
This statement appears where the information must be followed
exactly to avoid serious personal injury or loss of life.
CAUTION
This statement appears where the information must be followed
to avoid minor personal injury or damage to this equipment.
KEEP YOUR HEAD OUT OF THE FUMES.
DON’T get too close to the arc.
Use corrective lenses if necessary
to stay a reasonable distance
away from the arc.
READ and obey the Safety Data
Sheet (SDS) and the warning label
that appears on all containers of
welding materials.
USE ENOUGH VENTILATION or
exhaust at the arc, or both, to
keep the fumes and gases from
your breathing zone and the general area.
IN A LARGE ROOM OR OUTDOORS, natural ventilation may be
adequate if you keep your head out of the fumes (See below).
USE NATURAL DRAFTS or fans to keep the fumes away
from your face.
If you develop unusual symptoms, see your supervisor.
Perhaps the welding atmosphere and ventilation system
should be checked.
WEAR CORRECT EYE, EAR &
BODY PROTECTION
PROTECT your eyes and face with welding helmet
properly fitted and with proper grade of filter plate
(See ANSI Z49.1).
PROTECT your body from welding spatter and arc
flash with protective clothing including woolen
clothing, flame-proof apron and gloves, leather
leggings, and high boots.
PROTECT others from splatter, flash, and glare
with protective screens or barriers.
IN SOME AREAS, protection from noise may be appropriate.
BE SURE protective equipment is in good condition.
Also, wear safety glasses in work area
AT ALL TIMES.
SPECIAL SITUATIONS
DO NOT WELD OR CUT containers or materials which previously
had been in contact with hazardous substances unless they are
properly cleaned. This is extremely dangerous.
DO NOT WELD OR CUT painted or plated parts unless special
precautions with ventilation have been taken. They can release
highly toxic fumes or gases.
Additional precautionary measures
PROTECT compressed gas cylinders from excessive heat,
mechanical shocks, and arcs; fasten cylinders so they cannot fall.
BE SURE cylinders are never grounded or part of an
electrical circuit.
REMOVE all potential fire hazards from welding area.
ALWAYS HAVE FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT READY FOR
IMMEDIATE USE AND KNOW HOW TO USE IT.
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SAFETY
SECTION A:
WARNINGS
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNINGS
Diesel Engines
Diesel engine exhaust and some of its constituents are known
to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other
reproductive harm.
Gasoline Engines
The engine exhaust from this product contains chemicals known
to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other
reproductive harm.
ARC WELDING CAN BE HAZARDOUS. PROTECT
YOURSELF AND OTHERS FROM POSSIBLE SERIOUS
INJURY OR DEATH. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY.
PACEMAKER WEARERS SHOULD CONSULT WITH
THEIR DOCTOR BEFORE OPERATING.
Read and understand the following safety highlights. For
additional safety information, it is strongly recommended
that you purchase a copy of “Safety in Welding & Cutting ANSI Standard Z49.1” from the American Welding Society,
P.O. Box 351040, Miami, Florida 33135 or CSA Standard
W117.2-1974. A Free copy of “Arc Welding Safety” booklet
E205 is available from the Lincoln Electric Company,
22801 St. Clair Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44117-1199.
BE SURE THAT ALL INSTALLATION, OPERATION,
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR PROCEDURES ARE
PERFORMED ONLY BY QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS.
1.d. Keep all equipment safety guards, covers
and devices in position and in good repair.
Keep hands, hair, clothing and tools away
from V-belts, gears, fans and all other
moving parts when starting, operating or
repairing equipment.
1.e. In some cases it may be necessary to remove safety guards to
perform required maintenance. Remove guards only when
necessary and replace them when the maintenance requiring
their removal is complete. Always use the greatest care when
working near moving parts.
1.f. Do not put your hands near the engine fan. Do not attempt to
override the governor or idler by pushing on the throttle control
rods while the engine is running.
1.g. To prevent accidentally starting gasoline engines while turning
the engine or welding generator during maintenance work,
disconnect the spark plug wires, distributor cap or magneto wire
as appropriate.
1.h. To avoid scalding, do not remove the radiator
pressure cap when the engine is hot.
ELECTRIC AND
MAGNETIC FIELDS MAY
BE DANGEROUS
2.a. Electric current flowing through any conductor
causes localized Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMF).
Welding current creates EMF fields around welding cables
and welding machines
2.b. EMF fields may interfere with some pacemakers, and
welders having a pacemaker should consult their physician
before welding.
FOR ENGINE POWERED
EQUIPMENT.
1.a. Turn the engine off before troubleshooting
and maintenance work unless the
maintenance work requires it to be running.
1.b. Operate engines in open, well-ventilated
areas or vent the engine exhaust fumes outdoors.
1.c. Do not add the fuel near an open flame
welding arc or when the engine is running.
Stop the engine and allow it to cool before
refueling to prevent spilled fuel from
vaporizing on contact with hot engine parts
and igniting. Do not spill fuel when filling
tank. If fuel is spilled, wipe it up and do not start engine until
fumes have been eliminated.
2.c. Exposure to EMF fields in welding may have other health effects
which are now not known.
2.d. All welders should use the following procedures in order to
minimize exposure to EMF fields from the welding circuit:
2.d.1. Route the electrode and work cables together - Secure
them with tape when possible.
2.d.2. Never coil the electrode lead around your body.
2.d.3. Do not place your body between the electrode and work
cables. If the electrode cable is on your right side, the
work cable should also be on your right side.
2.d.4. Connect the work cable to the workpiece as close as possible to the area being welded.
2.d.5. Do not work next to welding power source.
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SAFETY
ELECTRIC SHOCK
CAN KILL.
ARC RAYS CAN BURN.
3.a. The electrode and work (or ground) circuits are
electrically “hot” when the welder is on. Do
not touch these “hot” parts with your bare skin or wet clothing.
Wear dry, hole-free gloves to insulate hands.
4.a.
Use a shield with the proper filter and cover plates to protect your
eyes from sparks and the rays of the arc when welding or
observing open arc welding. Headshield and filter lens should
conform to ANSI Z87. I standards.
3.b. Insulate yourself from work and ground using dry insulation.
Make certain the insulation is large enough to cover your full area
of physical contact with work and ground.
4.b.
Use suitable clothing made from durable flame-resistant material
to protect your skin and that of your helpers from the arc rays.
4.c.
Protect other nearby personnel with suitable, non-flammable
screening and/or warn them not to watch the arc nor expose
themselves to the arc rays or to hot spatter or metal.
In addition to the normal safety precautions, if
welding must be performed under electrically
hazardous conditions (in damp locations or while
wearing wet clothing; on metal structures such as
floors, gratings or scaffolds; when in cramped
positions such as sitting, kneeling or lying, if there
is a high risk of unavoidable or accidental contact
with the workpiece or ground) use the following
equipment:
• Semiautomatic DC Constant Voltage (Wire) Welder.
• DC Manual (Stick) Welder.
• AC Welder with Reduced Voltage Control.
3.c. In semiautomatic or automatic wire welding, the electrode,
electrode reel, welding head, nozzle or semiautomatic welding
gun are also electrically “hot”.
3.d. Always be sure the work cable makes a good electrical
connection with the metal being welded. The connection should
be as close as possible to the area being welded.
3.e. Ground the work or metal to be welded to a good electrical (earth)
ground.
3.f. Maintain the electrode holder, work clamp, welding cable and
welding machine in good, safe operating condition. Replace
damaged insulation.
3.g. Never dip the electrode in water for cooling.
3.h. Never simultaneously touch electrically “hot” parts of electrode
holders connected to two welders because voltage between the
two can be the total of the open circuit voltage of both
welders.
FUMES AND GASES
CAN BE DANGEROUS.
5.a. Welding may produce fumes and gases
hazardous to health. Avoid breathing these fumes and gases.
When welding, keep your head out of the fume. Use enough
ventilation and/or exhaust at the arc to keep fumes and gases
away from the breathing zone. When welding hardfacing
(see instructions on container or SDS) or on lead
or cadmium plated steel and other metals or
coatings which produce highly toxic fumes, keep
exposure as low as possible and within applicable
OSHA PEL and ACGIH TLV limits using local
exhaust or mechanical ventilation unless exposure
assessments indicate otherwise. In confined
spaces or in some circumstances, outdoors, a
respirator may also be required. Additional
precautions are also required when welding
on galvanized steel.
5. b. The operation of welding fume control equipment is affected by
various factors including proper use and positioning of the
equipment, maintenance of the equipment and the specific
welding procedure and application involved. Worker exposure
level should be checked upon installation and periodically
thereafter to be certain it is within applicable OSHA PEL and
ACGIH TLV limits.
3.i. When working above floor level, use a safety belt to protect
yourself from a fall should you get a shock.
5.c. Do not weld in locations near chlorinated hydrocarbon vapors
coming from degreasing, cleaning or spraying operations. The
heat and rays of the arc can react with solvent vapors to form
phosgene, a highly toxic gas, and other irritating products.
3.j. Also see Items 6.c. and 8.
5.d. Shielding gases used for arc welding can displace air and cause
injury or death. Always use enough ventilation, especially in
confined areas, to insure breathing air is safe.
5.e. Read and understand the manufacturer’s instructions for this
equipment and the consumables to be used, including the
Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and follow your employer’s safety
practices. SDS forms are available from your welding
distributor or from the manufacturer.
5.f. Also see item 1.b.
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SAFETY
WELDING AND CUTTING
SPARKS CAN CAUSE
FIRE OR EXPLOSION.
6.a. Remove fire hazards from the welding area. If
this is not possible, cover them to prevent the welding sparks
from starting a fire. Remember that welding sparks and hot
materials from welding can easily go through small cracks and
openings to adjacent areas. Avoid welding near hydraulic lines.
Have a fire extinguisher readily available.
6.b. Where compressed gases are to be used at the job site, special
precautions should be used to prevent hazardous situations.
Refer to “Safety in Welding and Cutting” (ANSI Standard Z49.1)
and the operating information for the equipment being used.
6.c. When not welding, make certain no part of the electrode circuit is
touching the work or ground. Accidental contact can cause
overheating and create a fire hazard.
6.d. Do not heat, cut or weld tanks, drums or containers until the
proper steps have been taken to insure that such procedures
will not cause flammable or toxic vapors from substances inside.
They can cause an explosion even though they have been
“cleaned”. For information, purchase “Recommended Safe
Practices for the Preparation for Welding and Cutting of
Containers and Piping That Have Held Hazardous Substances”,
AWS F4.1 from the American Welding Society
(see address above).
6.e. Vent hollow castings or containers before heating, cutting or
welding. They may explode.
6.f. Sparks and spatter are thrown from the welding arc. Wear oil free
protective garments such as leather gloves, heavy shirt, cuffless
trousers, high shoes and a cap over your hair. Wear ear plugs
when welding out of position or in confined places. Always wear
safety glasses with side shields when in a welding area.
6.g. Connect the work cable to the work as close to the welding area
as practical. Work cables connected to the building framework or
other locations away from the welding area increase the
possibility of the welding current passing through lifting chains,
crane cables or other alternate circuits. This can create fire
hazards or overheat lifting chains or cables until they fail.
6.h. Also see item 1.c.
6.I. Read and follow NFPA 51B “Standard for Fire Prevention During
Welding, Cutting and Other Hot Work”, available from NFPA, 1
Batterymarch Park, PO box 9101, Quincy, MA 022690-9101.
6.j. Do not use a welding power source for pipe thawing.
CYLINDER MAY EXPLODE IF
DAMAGED.
7.a. Use only compressed gas cylinders containing
the correct shielding gas for the process used
and properly operating regulators designed for
the gas and pressure used. All hoses, fittings,
etc. should be suitable for the application and
maintained in good condition.
7.b. Always keep cylinders in an upright position securely chained to
an undercarriage or fixed support.
7.c. Cylinders should be located:
•
Away from areas where they may be struck or subjected
to physical damage.
•
A safe distance from arc welding or cutting operations
and any other source of heat, sparks, or flame.
7.d. Never allow the electrode, electrode holder or any other
electrically “hot” parts to touch a cylinder.
7.e. Keep your head and face away from the cylinder valve outlet
when opening the cylinder valve.
7.f. Valve protection caps should always be in place and hand tight
except when the cylinder is in use or connected for use.
7.g. Read and follow the instructions on compressed gas cylinders,
associated equipment, and CGA publication P-l, “Precautions for
Safe Handling of Compressed Gases in Cylinders,” available from
the Compressed Gas Association, 14501 George Carter Way
Chantilly, VA 20151.
FOR ELECTRICALLY
POWERED EQUIPMENT.
8.a. Turn off input power using the disconnect
switch at the fuse box before working on
the equipment.
8.b. Install equipment in accordance with the U.S. National Electrical
Code, all local codes and the manufacturer’s recommendations.
8.c. Ground the equipment in accordance with the U.S. National
Electrical Code and the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Refer to
http://www.lincolnelectric.com/safety
for additional safety information.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Installation.......................................................................................................................Section A
Technical Specifications ...............................................................................................A-1, A-2
Safety Precautions ...............................................................................................................A-3
Location, Lifting .............................................................................................................A-3
Stacking ........................................................................................................................A-3
Tilting.............................................................................................................................A-3
Input and Ground Connections .....................................................................................A-3
Machine Grounding .......................................................................................................A-3
High Frequency Protection............................................................................................A-3
Input Connection ..................................................................................................................A-4
Input Fuse and Supply Wire..........................................................................................A-4
Input Voltage Selection .................................................................................................A-4
Power Cord Replacement .............................................................................................A-4
Connection Diagram .....................................................................................................A-5
Recommended Work Cable Sizes ................................................................................A-6
Cable Inductance and its Effects on Welding................................................................A-7
Remote Sense Lead Specifications.......................................................................A-7, A-8
Voltage Sensing Considerations for Multiple Arc Systems..................................A-9, A-10
Control Cable Connections ................................................................................................A-11
________________________________________________________________________________
Operation.........................................................................................................................Section B
Safety Precautions ...............................................................................................................B-1
Power-Up Sequence .....................................................................................................B-1
Duty Cycle .....................................................................................................................B-1
Graphic Symbols ...........................................................................................................B-1
Product Description ..............................................................................................................B-2
Recommended Processes and Equipment ..........................................................................B-2
Equipment Limitations ..........................................................................................................B-2
Design Features ...................................................................................................................B-3
Case Front Controls .............................................................................................................B-3
Case Back Controls..............................................................................................................B-4
Common Welding Procedures................................................................................B-5 thru B-7
________________________________________________________________________________
Accessories .....................................................................................................Section C
Kits, Options / Accessories....................................................................................C-1
Field Installed Options ...........................................................................................C-1
TIG and MIG Options ...........................................................................................C-1
________________________________________________________________________
Maintenance........................................................................................................Section D
Safety Precautions ...............................................................................................................D-1
Routine Maintenance ...........................................................................................................D-1
Periodic Maintenance...........................................................................................................D-1
Calibration Specification.......................................................................................................D-1
________________________________________________________________________________
Troubleshooting ..............................................................................................Section E
Safety Precautions.................................................................................................E-1
How to Use Troubleshooting Guide.......................................................................E-1
Using Status LED, Error Fault Codes, Input Control Board, Wire Drive Module ..........E-2, E-4
Troubleshooting Guide ............................................................................E-5 thru E-8
________________________________________________________________________________
Wiring Diagram and Dimension Print ............................................................Section F
________________________________________________________________________
Parts Pages ...............................................................................................................P-664 Series
_______________________________________________________________________________
A-1
A-1
INSTALLATION
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - POWER WAVE® R350
POWER SOURCE-INPUT VOLTAGE AND CURRENT
Model
Duty Cycle
Input Voltage ± 10%
Input Amperes
(1 Phase in parenthesis)
40% rating
Idle Power
Power Factor @
Rated Output
300 Watts Max.
(fan on)
.95
19/17/14
380-415/460/575
50/60 Hz
K3022-2
100% rating
15/14/11
RATED OUTPUT
INPUT
VOLTAGE/PHASE/
FREQUENCY
380-415/3/50/60
460/3/50/60
575/3/50/60
GMAW
GTAW-DC
SMAW
40%
60%
100%
40%
60%
100%
40%
60%
100%
350 A
31.5 V
320 A
30 V
300 A
29 V
350 A
24 V
325 A
23 V
300 A
22 V
325 A
33 V
275 A
31 V
250 A
30 V
RECOMMENDED INPUT WIRE AND FUSE SIZES 1
INPUT
VOLTAGE / PHASE/
FREQUENCY
MAXIMUM
INPUT AMPERE RATING AND DUTY CYCLE
CORD SIZE 3
AWG SIZES
(mm2)
TIME DELAY FUSE
OR BREAKER 2
AMPERAGE
380-415/3/50/60
460/3/50/60
575/3/50/60
19A, 40%
17A, 40%
14A, 40%
12 (4)
12 (4)
14 (2.5)
30
25
20
1. Based on U.S. National electrical Code
2. Also called " inverse time" or "thermal / magnetic" circuit breakers; circuit breakers that have a delay in tripping action that decreases as the magnitude of the current increases
3. Type SO cord or similar in 30° C ambient
4. When operating on these inputs, the line cord should be changed to an input conductor of 6 AWG or larger.
POWER WAVE® R350
A-2
A-2
INSTALLATION
WELDING PROCESS
OCV (Uo)
OUTPUT RANGE (AMPERES)
PROCESS
GMAW
GMAW-Pulse
FCAW
GTAW-DC
SMAW
Mean
Peak
40-350A
40-70V
79V
5-350A
55-325A
24V
60V
42V
67V
PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS
MODEL
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
WEIGHT
K3022-2
20.40 in ( 518 mm)
14.00in ( 356 mm)
24.80in ( 630mm)
85 lbs (39 kg)*
TEMPERATURE RANGES
OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE
Environmentally Hardened: -4°F to 104°F (-20C to 40C)
STORAGE TEMPERATURE RANGE
Environmentally Hardened: -40°F to 185°F (-40C to 85C)
IP23
155º(F) Insulation Class
* Weight does not include input cord.
Thermal tests have been performed at ambient temperature. The duty cycle (duty factor) at 40°C has
been determined by simulation.
POWER WAVE® R350
A-3
A-3
INSTALLATION
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Read
LIFTING
tion.
Both handles should be used when lifting POWER WAVE® R350.
When using a crane or overhead device a lifting strap should be
connected to both handles. Do not attempt to lift the POWER
WAVE® R350 with accessories attached to it.
this
entire installation section before you start installa-
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill.
! Only qualified personnel should
perform this installation.
! Turn the input power OFF at the
disconnect switch or fuse box before working on
this equipment. Turn off the input power to any
other equipment connected to the welding system
at the disconnect switch or fuse box before working on the equipment.
! Do not touch electrically hot parts.
! Always connect the POWER WAVE ® R350
grounding lug to a proper safety (Earth) ground.
------------------------------------------------------------SELECT SUITABLE LOCATION
The POWER WAVE® R350 will operate in harsh environments. Even
so, it is important that simple preventative measures are followed in
order to assure long life and reliable operation.
• The machine must be located where there is free circulation of
clean air such that air movement in the back, out the sides and
bottom will not be restricted.
• Dirt and dust that can be drawn into the machine should be kept
to a minimum. The use of air filters on the air intake is not
recommended because normal air flow may be restricted. Failure
to observe these precautions can result in excessive operating
temperatures and nuisance shutdown.
• Keep machine dry. Shelter from rain and snow. Do not place on
wet ground or in puddles.
• Do not mount the POWER WAVE® R350 over combustible
surfaces. Where there is a combustible surface directly under
stationary or fixed electrical equipment, that surface shall be
covered with a steel plate at least .060” (1.6mm) thick, which
shall extend not less than 5.90” (150mm) beyond the equipment
on all sides.
This equipment is for industrial use only and it is not intended for
use in residential locations where the electrical power is provided by
the public low-voltage supply system. There can be potential difficulties in residential locations due to conducted as well as radiated
radio-frequency disturbances. The EMC or RF classification of this
equipment is Class A.
WARNING
• Lift only with equipment of adequate lifting capacity.
• Be sure machine is stable when
lifting.
• Do not operate machine while
suspended when lifting.
FALLING
EQUIPMENT can
cause injury.
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STACKING
The POWER WAVE® R350 cannot be stacked.
TILTING
Place the machine directly on a secure, level surface or on a
recommended undercarriage. The machine may topple over if this
procedure is not followed.
INPUT AND GROUND CONNECTIONS
Only a qualified electrician should connect the POWER WAVE®
R350. Installation should be made in accordance with the
appropriate National Electrical Code, all local codes and the
information in this manual.
MACHINE GROUNDING
The frame of the welder must be grounded. A ground terminal
marked with a ground symbol is located next to the input power
connection block.
See your local and national electrical codes for proper grounding
methods.
HIGH FREQUENCY PROTECTION
Locate the POWER WAVE® R350 away from radio controlled
machinery. The normal operation of the POWER WAVE® R350 may
adversely affect the operation of RF controlled equipment, which
may result in bodily injury or damage to the equipment.
POWER WAVE® R350
A-4
A-4
INSTALLATION
INPUT CONNECTION
WARNING
WARNING
Only a qualified electrician should
connect the input leads to the
POWER WAVE® R350. Connections
should be made in accordance with
all local and national electrical
codes and the connection diagrams. Failure to do
so may result in bodily injury or death.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------Follow the power cord connection instructions.*
For Three Phase Input
The POWER WAVE® R350 ON/OFF
switch is not intended as a service
disconnect for this equipment. Only
a qualified electrician should connect the input leads to the POWER
WAVE® R350. Connections should
be made in accordance with all local and national
electrical codes and the connection diagram located on the inside of the reconnect access door of
the machine. Failure to do so may result in bodily
injury or death.
------------------------------------------------------------------------
POWER CORD REPLACEMENT
WARNING
Connect green lead to ground per National Electric
Code.
Connect black, red and white leads to power.
INPUT FUSE AND SUPPLY WIRE
CONSIDERATIONS
Refer to Specification Section for recommended fuse,
wire sizes and type of the copper wires. Fuse the
input circuit with the recommended super lag fuse or
delay type breakers (also called "inverse time" or
"thermal/magnetic" circuit breakers). Choose input
and grounding wire size according to local or national
electrical codes. Using input wire sizes, fuses or circuit breakers smaller than recommended may result in
"nuisance" shut-offs from welder inrush currents, even
if the machine is not being used at high currents.
INPUT VOLTAGE SELECTION
Only a qualified electrician should
connect the input leads to the
POWER WAVE® R350. Connections
should be made in accordance with
all local and national electrical
codes and the connection diagrams. Failure to do so may result in bodily injury
or death.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------If the input power cord is damaged or needs to be
replaced an input power connection block is located
in the back of the machine with the access panel
removed as shown Figure A.1.
ALWAYS CONNECT THE POWER WAVE GROUNDING LUG (LOCATED AS SHOWN IN FIGURE A.1)
TO A PROPER SAFETY (EARTH) GROUND AND
ENSURE IT IS APPROXIMATELY 3" LONGER THAN
PHASE LEADS.
FIGURE A.1
The POWER WAVE® R350 automatically adjusts to
work with different input voltages. No reconnect
switches settings are required.
*An input cord is not provided with the POWER
WAVE® R350.
POWER WAVE® R350
A-5
INSTALLATION
CONNECTION DIAGRAM
GMAW (MIG) WELDING
An arclink compatible wire feeder is recommended for
Mig welding. Refer to Figure A.2 for the connection
details.
FIGURE A.2
POWER WAVE® R350
A-5
A-6
A-6
INSTALLATION
General Guidelines
RECOMMENDED WORK CABLE
SIZES FOR ARC WELDING
Connect the electrode and work cables between the
appropriate output studs of the POWER WAVE R350
per the following guidelines:
• Most welding applications run with the electrode
being positive (+). For those applications, connect
the electrode cable between the wire drive feed plate
and the positive (+) output stud on the power source.
Connect a work lead from the negative (-) power
source output stud to the work piece
• When negative electrode polarity is required, such
as in some Innershield applications, reverse the output connections at the power source (electrode cable
to the negative (-) stud, and work cable to the positive (+) stud).
CAUTION
• Select the appropriate size cables per the
“Output Cable Guidelines” below. Excessive voltage drops caused by undersized welding cables and
poor connections often result in unsatisfactory welding performance. Always use the largest welding
cables (electrode and work) that are practical, and
be sure all connections are clean and tight.
Note: Excessive heat in the weld circuit indicates
undersized cables and/or bad connections.
• Route all cables directly to the work and wire
feeder, avoid excessive lengths and do not coil
excess cable. Route the electrode and work cables
in close proximity to one another to minimize the
loop area and therefore the inductance of the weld
circuit.
• Always weld in a direction away from the work
(ground) connection.
Negative electrode polarity operation WITHOUT
use of a remote work sense lead (21) requires the
Negative Electrode Polarity attribute to be set. See
the Remote Sense Lead Specification section of
this document for further details.
----------------------------------------------------------------------For additional Safety information regarding the electrode and work cable set-up, See the standard
“SAFETY INFORMATION” located in the front of this
Instruction Manual.
Table A.1 shows copper cable sizes recommended for
different currents and duty cycles. Lengths stipulated
are the distance from the welder to work and back to
the welder again. Cable sizes are increased for
greater lengths primarily for the purpose of minimizing
cable drop.
OUTPUT CABLE GUIDELINES (Table A.1)
Amperes
Percent Duty
Cycle
CABLE SIZES FOR COMBINED LENGTHS OF ELECTRODE AND WORK
CABLES [RUBBER COVERED COPPER - RATED 167°F (75°C)]**
200 to 250 Ft.
150 to 200 Ft.
0 to 50 Ft. 50 to 100 Ft. 100 to 150 Ft.
200
60
2
2
2
1
1/0
200
100
2
2
2
1
1/0
250
30
3
3
2
1
1/0
250
40
2
2
1
1
1/0
250
60
1
1
1
1
1/0
250
100
1
1
1
1
1/0
300
60
1
1
1
1/0
2/0
300
100
2/0
2/0
2/0
2/0
3/0
350
40
1/0
1/0
2/0
2/0
3/0
** Tabled values are for operation at ambient temperatures of 104°F (40°C) and below. Applications above 104°F (40°C) may
require cables larger than recommended, or cables rated higher than 167°F (75°C).
POWER WAVE® R350
A-7
A-7
INSTALLATION
CABLE INDUCTANCE AND ITS
EFFECTS ON WELDING
Excessive cable inductance will cause the welding
performance to degrade. There are several factors
that contribute to the overall inductance of the cabling
system including cable size, and loop area. The loop
area is defined by the separation distance between
the electrode and work cables, and the overall welding
loop length. The welding loop length is defined as the
total of length of the electrode cable (A) + work cable
(B) + work path (C) (See Figure A.6).
To minimize inductance always use the appropriate
size cables, and whenever possible, run the electrode
and work cables in close proximity to one another to
minimize the loop area. Since the most significant factor in cable inductance is the welding loop length,
avoid excessive lengths and do not coil excess cable.
For long work piece lengths, a sliding ground should
be considered to keep the total welding loop length as
short as possible.
REMOTE SENSE LEAD
SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage Sensing Overview
The best arc performance occurs when the POWER
WAVE R350 has accurate data about the arc conditions.
Depending upon the process, inductance within the
electrode and work cables can influence the voltage
apparent at the studs of the welder, and have a dramatic effect on performance. Remote voltage sense
leads are used to improve the accuracy of the arc voltage information supplied to the control pc board.
Sense Lead Kits (K940-xx) are available for this purpose.
The POWER WAVE R350 has the ability to automatically sense when remote sense leads are connected.
With this feature there are no requirements for settingup the machine to use remote sense leads. This feature can be disabled through the Diagnostics Utility
(available at www.powerwavesoftware.com).
CAUTION
If the auto sense lead feature is disabled and
remote voltage sensing is enabled but the sense
leads are missing, improperly connected extremely high welding outputs may occur.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------General Guidelines for Voltage Sense Leads
Sense leads should be attached as close to the weld
as practical, and out of the weld current path when
possible. In extremely sensitive applications it may be
necessary to route cables that contain the sense
leads away from the electrode and work welding
cables.
Voltage sense leads requirements are based on the
weld process (See Table A.2)
TABLE A.2
Process
Electrode Voltage Sensing (1)
67 lead
Work Voltage Sensing (2)
21 lead
GMAW
GMAW-P
FCAW
GTAW
67 lead required
67 lead required
67 lead required
Voltage sense at studs
21 lead optional (3)
21 lead optional (3)
21 lead optional (3)
Voltage sense at studs
(1) The electrode voltage sense lead (67) is automatically enabled by the weld process, and integral to the 5 pin arclink control cable (K1543-
xx).
(2) When a work voltage sense lead (21) is connected the power source will automatically switch over to using this feedback.
(3) Negative polarity semi-automatic process operation WITHOUT use of a remote work sense lead (21) requires the Negative Electrode
Polarity attribute to be set.
FIGURE A.6
POWER WAVE® R350
A-8
INSTALLATION
Electrode Voltage Sensing
The remote ELECTRODE sense lead (67) is built into
the 5-pin arclink control cable (K1543-xx) and is
always connected to the wire drive feed plate when a
wire feeder is present. Enabling or disabling electrode
voltage sensing is application specific, and automatically configured by the active weld mode.
Work Voltage Sensing
While most applications perform adequately by sensing the work voltage directly at the output stud, the
use of a remote work voltage sense lead is recommended for optimal performance. The remote WORK
sense lead (21) can be accessed through the four-pin
voltage sense connector located on the control panel
by using the K940 Sense Lead Kit. It must be
attached to the work as close to the weld as practical,
but out of the weld current path. For more information
regarding the placement of remote work voltage
sense leads, see the section entitled "Voltage Sensing
Considerations for Multiple Arc Systems."
Negative Electrode Polarity
The POWER WAVE R350 has the ability to automatically sense the polarity of the sense leads. With this
feature there are no set-up requirements for welding
with negative electrode polarity. This feature can be
disabled through the Diagnostics Utility (available at
www.powerwavesoftware.com).
CAUTION
If the auto sense lead feature is disabled and the
weld polarity attribute is improperly configured
extremely high welding outputs may occur.
------------------------------------------------------------------------
POWER WAVE® R350
A-8
A-9
INSTALLATION
VOLTAGE SENSING
CONSIDERATIONS FOR MULTIPLE
ARC SYSTEMS
Special care must be taken when more than one arc
is welding simultaneously on a single part. Multiple
arc applications do not necessarily dictate the use of
remote work voltage sense leads, but they are strongly recommended.
If Sense Leads ARE NOT Used:
• Avoid common current paths. Current from adjacent arcs can induce voltage into each others current paths that can be misinterpreted by the power
sources, and result in arc interference.
A-9
If Sense Leads ARE Used:
• Position the sense leads out of the path of the
weld current. Especially any current paths common to adjacent arcs. Current from adjacent arcs
can induce voltage into each others current paths
that can be misinterpreted by the power sources,
and result in arc interference.
• For longitudinal applications, connect all work
leads at one end of the weldment, and all of the
work voltage sense leads at the opposite end of the
weldment. Perform welding in the direction away
from the work leads and toward the sense leads.
(See Figure A.7)
FIGURE A.7
POWER WAVE® R350
A-10
INSTALLATION
• For circumferential applications, connect all work
leads on one side of the weld joint, and all of the
work voltage sense leads on the opposite side,
such that they are out of the current path.
(See Figure 8.A)
FIGURE A.8
POWER WAVE® R350
A-10
A-11
INSTALLATION
CONTROL CABLE CONNECTIONS
General Guidelines
Genuine Lincoln control cables should be used at all
times (except where noted otherwise). Lincoln cables
are specifically designed for the communication and
power needs of the Power Wave / Power Feed systems. Most are designed to be connected end to end
for ease of extension. Generally, it is recommended
that the total length not exceed 100ft. (30.5m). The
use of non-standard cables, especially in lengths
greater than 25 feet, can lead to communication problems (system shutdowns), poor motor acceleration
(poor arc starting), and low wire driving force (wire
feeding problems). Always use the shortest length of
control cable possible, and DO NOT coil excess
cable.
Regarding cable placement, best results will be
obtained when control cables are routed separate
from the weld cables. This minimizes the possibility of
interference between the high currents flowing
through the weld cables, and the low level signals in
the control cables. These recommendations apply to
all communication cables including ArcLink® and
Ethernet connections.
Product specific Installation Instructions
Connection Between Power Source and ArcLink®
Compatible Wirefeeders (K1543-xx, K2683-xx –
ArcLink Control Cable)
The 5-pin ArcLink control cable connects the power
source to the wire feeder. The control cable consists
of two power leads, one twisted pair for digital communication, and one lead for voltage sensing. The 5pin ArcLink connection on the POWER WAVE R350 is
located on the rear panel above the power cord. The
control cable is keyed and polarized to prevent
improper connection. Best results will be obtained
when control cables are routed separate from the
weld cables, especially in long distance applications.
The recommended combined length of the ArcLink
control cable network should not exceed 200ft.
(61.0m).
A-11
Connection Between Power Source and Wire
Feeder (K1785 or K2709 Control Cable)
The 14-pin wire feeder control cable connects the
power source to the wire drive. It contains all of the
necessary signals to drive the motor and monitor the
arc, including the motor power, tachometer, and arc
voltage feedback signals. The wire feeder connection
on the POWER WAVE R350 is located in the upperright corner of the case back. The K2709 series external dress cable is recommended for severe duty applications such as hard automation or for robot arms not
equipped with an internal control cable. Best results
will be obtained when control cables are routed separate from the weld cables, especially in long distance
applications. Maximum cable length should not
exceed 25ft (7.6m).
Connection Between Power Source and Ethernet
Networks
The POWER WAVE R350 is equipped with an IP67
rated ODVA compliant RJ-45 Ethernet connector,
which is located on the rear panel. All external
Ethernet equipment (cables, switches, etc.), as
defined by the connection diagrams, must be supplied
by the customer. It is critical that all Ethernet cables
external to either a conduit or an enclosure are solid
conductor, shielded cat 5e cable, with a drain. The
drain should be grounded at the source of transmission. For best results, route Ethernet cables away
from weld cables, wire drive control cables, or any
other current carrying device that can create a fluctuating magnetic field. For additional guidelines refer to
ISO/IEC 11801. Failure to follow these recommendations can result in an Ethernet connection failure during welding.
Selecting a Wire Drive and Setting the Wire Drive
Gear Ratio.
The POWER WAVE R350 can accommodate a number of standard wire drives including the AutoDrive
4R100 (default), AutoDrive 4R220, and PF-10R. The
feeder control system must be configured for both the
wire drive type and gear ratio (high or low speed
range). This can be accomplished with the Weld
Manager Utility (included on the Power Wave
Utilities and Service Navigator CD’s or available at
www.powerwavesoftware.com).
Additional information is also available in the “How To”
section at www.powerwavesoftware.com.
POWER WAVE® R350
B-1
B-1
OPERATION
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
READ AND UNDERSTAND ENTIRE SECTION
BEFORE OPERATING MACHINE.
GRAPHIC SYMBOLS THAT APPEAR ON
THIS MACHINE OR IN THIS MANUAL
WARNING
• ELECTRIC SHOCK CAN KILL.
• Do not touch electrically live
part or electrode with skin or
wet clothing.
• Insulate yourself from work and
ground.
• Always wear dry insulating gloves.
• Do not operate with covers, panels or guards
removed or open.
--------------------------------------------------------------------• FUMES AND GASSES can be
dangerous.
• Keep your head out of fumes.
• Use ventilation or exhaust to
remove fumes from breathing
zone.
--------------------------------------------------------------------• WELDING SPARKS can cause
fire or explosion.
• Keep flammable material away.
WARNING OR
CAUTION
DANGEROUS
VOLTAGE
POSITIVE OUTPUT
NEGATIVE OUTPUT
HIGH TEMPERATURE
STATUS
--------------------------------------------------------------------ARC!RAYS can burn.
• Wear eye, ear and body protection.
PROTECTIVE
GROUND
--------------------------------------------------------------------SEE ADDITIONAL WARNING INFORMATION
UNDER ARC WELDING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
AND IN THE FRONT OF THIS OPERATING MANUAL.
---------------------------------------------------------------------
COOLER
OUTPUT
OPERATORS
MANUAL
POWER-UP SEQUENCE
When the POWER WAVE® R350 is powered up, it can
take as long as 30 seconds for the machine to be
ready to weld.
WORK
DUTY CYCLE
The duty cycle is based on a ten-minute period. A
40% duty cycle represents 4 minutes of welding and 6
minutes of idling in a ten-minute period. Refer to the
technical specification section for the Power Wave
R350’s duty cycle ratings.
POWER WAVE® R350
CIRCUIT BREAKER
B-2
OPERATION
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
B-2
RECOMMENDED PROCESSES
PRODUCT SUMMARY
The POWER WAVE® R350 is a portable multi-process
power source with high-end functionality capable of
DC TIG, MIG, Pulsed MIG and Flux-Cored welding. It
is ideal for a wide variety of materials including aluminum, stainless, and nickel — where arc performance is critical. The Power Wave® R350 includes an
integrated wire drive module and 14-pin MS-Style
connection to support the Power Feed 10R, and Auto
Drive 4R100/4R220.
The POWER WAVE® R350 is designed to be a flexible welding system. Like existing Power Wave’s, the
software based architecture allows for future
upgrades. ArcLink® communication is supported
through the standard 5 pin MS-style interface. The
new ArcLink®XT communication protocol is supported
through an RJ-45 type Ethernet connection, which
also provides access for the Power Wave Utilities software tools. The Ethernet communication also gives
the POWER WAVE® R350 the ability to run
Production Monitoring™ 2. Also Available is a
Devicenet option to allow the Power Wave® R350 to
be used in a wide range of configurations. The
POWER WAVE® R350 is being designed to be compatible with advanced welding modules like STT.
The POWER WAVE® R350 is a high speed, multiprocess power source capable of regulating the current, voltage, or power of the welding arc. With an output range of 5 to 350 amperes, it supports a number
of standard processes including synergic GMAW,
GMAW-P, FCAW, FCAW-SS, GTAW and GTAW-P
on various materials especially steel, aluminum and
stainless.
PROCESS LIMITATIONS
The software based weld tables of the POWER
WAVE® R350 limit the process capability within the
output range and the safe limits of the machine. In
general the processes will be limited to .030-.052 solid
steel wire, .030-.045 stainless wire, .035-1/16 cored
wire, and .035 and 1/16 Aluminum wire.
EQUIPMENT LIMITATIONS
Only ArcLink compatible robotic wire feeders, semiautomatic wire feeders and users interfaces may be
used. If other Lincoln wire feeders or non-Lincoln wire
feeders are used there will be limited process capability and performance and features will be limited.
Access to remote voltage sensing is available through
the 4 pin sense lead connector (work and electrode),
at the feeder via the 14 pin MS-style connector (electrode only), or at the 5 pin MS-style ArcLink® connector (electrode only).
RECOMMENDED PROCESSES AND
EQUIPMENT
The POWER WAVE® R350 is recommended for robotic
and semiautomatic welding. The POWER WAVE® R350
can be set up in a number of configurations, some requiring
optional equipment or welding programs.
RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT
The POWER WAVE® R350 is designed to be compatible with the current range of Power Feed™ and Auto
Drive systems including future versions of ArcLink®
feeders.
POWER WAVE® R350
B-3
B-3
OPERATION
DESIGN FEATURES
Loaded with Standard Features
• Multiple process DC output range: 5 - 350 Amps.
• 380-600 VAC, 3 phase for all voltages, 50-60Hz
input power.
• New and Improved Line Voltage Compensation
holds the output constant over wide input voltage
fluctuations.
• Utilizes next generation microprocessor control,
based on the ArcLink® platform.
• State of the art power electronics technology yields
superior welding capability.
• Electronic over current protection.
• Input over voltage protection.
• F.A.N. (fan as needed). Cooling fan runs when the
output is energized and for 5 minutes after the output has been turned off.
• Thermostatically protected for safety and reliability.
• Ethernet connectivity via RJ-45 connector.
• Panel mounted Status, FeedHead Status, and
Thermal LED indicators facilitate quick and easy
troubleshooting.
• Potted PC boards for enhanced ruggedness/reliability.
• 115V/15A duplex receptacle supports rigorous
demands of heavy duty fume extraction and water
cooling equipment.
• Enclosure reinforced with heavy duty aluminum
extrusions for mechanical toughness.
• Waveform Control Technology™ for good weld
appearance and low spatter, even when welding
nickel alloys.
• Sync Tandem installed.
• Auto Drive 4R9100, 4R200 and PF-10R feeders
supported via standard 14 pin MS style connector.
• Cam Lock type connectors.
2. THERMAL LED - (Thermal overload): A yellow
light that comes on when an over temperature situation occurs. Output is disabled and the fan continues to run, until the machine cools down. When
cool, the light goes out and output is enabled.
3. Feeder Status LED - Indicates the status of the
feeder control system.
4. NEGATIVE OUTPUT TERMINAL.
5. POSITIVE OUTPUT TERMINAL.
6. VOLTAGE SENSE CONNECTOR: Allows for separate remote electrode and work sense leads.
Pin
3
1
Lead
21
67E
Function
Work Voltage Sense
Electrode Voltage Sense
7. ON/OFF SWITCH: Controls input power to the
Power Wave R350.
WARNING
The Power Wave R350 ON/OFF switch is NOT
intended as a Service Disconnect for this
equipment.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------8. OPTIONAL VOLTS/AMPS DISPLAY
CASE FRONT CONTROLS
(See Figure B.1)
1. STATUS LED - A two color LED that indicates system errors. The Power Wave R350 is equipped
with two indicators. One is for the inverter power
source, while the other indicates the status of the
feeder control system. Normal operation is a
steady green light. Basic error conditions are indicated in the table below. For more information and
a detailed listing, see the troubleshooting section of
this document or the Service Manual for this
machine. (See Troubleshooting Section for
operational functions.)
NOTE: The Power Wave R350 status light will flash
green, and sometimes red and green, for up to one
minute when the machine is first turned on. This is a
normal situation as the machine goes through a self
test at power up.
POWER WAVE® R350
FIGURE B.1
B-4
OPERATION
CASE BACK CONTROLS
(See Figure B.2)
1. 115V / 15A DUPLEX RECEPTACLE AND
CIRCUIT BREAKER 1 (10 AMP): Provides protection for the 115V auxiliary.
2. ARCLINK® RECEPTACLE AND CIRCUIT
BREAKER 2 (10 AMP):
Pin
Lead
Function
A
53A / 53B
Communication Bus L
B
54A / 54B
Communication Bus H
C
67A / 67B
Electrode Voltage Sense
D
52A / 52B
+40V DC
E
51A / 51B
0 VDC
3. SYNC-TANDEM CONNECTOR (4 PIN – MS
STYLE):
Pin
Lead
Function
A
WHITE
“Ready” H
B
BLACK/RED
“Ready” L
C
GREEN
“Kill” H
D
BLACK/GREEN
“Kill” L
4. OPTIONAL DEVICENET CONNECTOR (5 PIN –
SEALED MINI STYLE):
Pin
Lead
Function
2
894
+24 VDC DeviceNet
3
893
Common DeviceNet
4
892
DeviceNet H
5
891
DeviceNet L
FIGURE B.2
B-4
5. ETHERNET CONNECTOR (RJ-45): Used for
ArcLink® XT communication. Also used for diagnostics and reprogramming the Power Wave R350.
Pin
Function
1
Transmit +
2
Transmit 3
Receive +
4
--5
--6
Receive 7
--8
--6. WIRE FEEDER RECEPTACLE (14-PIN): For connection to the Auto Drive 4R100/4R220 and PF10R
series wire feeders.
Pin
Lead
Function
A
539
Motor +
B
541
Motor C
521
Solenoid +
D
522
Solenoid Common
E
845
Tach 2A differential signal
F
847
Single Tach input
G
841
+15V Tach supply
H
844
Tach common
I
Open
Reserved for future use
J
Open
Reserved for future use
K
842
Tach 1A differential signal
L
843
Tach 1B differential signal
M
846
Tach 2B differential signal
N
67G
Electrode Voltage Sense
7. OPTIONAL EXTERNAL I/O CONNECTOR:
Terminal Strip for making simple input signal connections. (See Figure B.2a)
The terminal strip is divided into three groups:
Group #1 - TRIGGER
Group #2 - FEED FORWARD/REVERSE
Group #3 - SHUTDOWN INPUTS
When the Power Wave S350(CE) is controlled via
DeviceNet, the “TRIGGER” and “Feed” groups can
interfere with the welding sequence and should not be
used.
All inputs use "normally open" logic except the shutdown group. The shutdown inputs use "normally
closed" logic, and are always enabled. Unused shutdowns must be tied to the +15V supply for the shutdown group. Machines are shipped from the factory
with jumpers installed on both shutdown inputs.
FIGURE B.2a
POWER WAVE® R350
B-5
OPERATION
COMMON WELDING PROCEDURES
WARNING
MAKING A WELD
The serviceability of a product or structure utilizing the welding programs is and must be the sole
responsibility of the builder/user. Many variables
beyond the control of The Lincoln Electric
Company affect the results obtained in applying
these programs. These variables include, but are
not limited to, welding procedure, plate chemistry
and temperature, weldment design, fabrication
methods and service requirements. The available
range of a welding program may not be suitable
for all applications, and the build/user is and must
be solely responsible for welding program selection.
Choose the electrode material, electrode size, shielding gas, and process (GMAW, GMAW-P etc.) appropriate for the material to be welded.
Select the weld mode that best matches the desired
welding process. The standard weld set shipped with
the POWER WAVE® R350 encompasses a wide
range of common processes that will meet most
needs. If a special weld mode is desired, contact the
local Lincoln Electric sales representative.
All adjustments are made through the user interface.
Because of the different configuration options your
system may not have all of the following adjustments.
See Accessories Section for Kits and Options avaliable to use with the POWER WAVE® R350.
Definition of Welding Modes
NON-SYNERGIC WELDING MODES
• A Non-synergic welding mode requires all welding
process variables to be set by the operator.
SYNERGIC WELDING MODES
• A Synergic welding mode offers the simplicity of
single knob control. The machine will select the correct voltage and amperage based on the Wire Feed
Speed (WFS) set by the operator.
B-5
Basic Welding Controls
Weld Mode
Selecting a weld mode determines the output characteristics of the Power Wave power source. Weld
modes are developed with a specific electrode material, electrode size, and shielding gas. For a more complete description of the weld modes programmed into
the POWER WAVE® R350 at the factory, refer to the
Weld Set Reference Guide supplied with the machine
or available at www.powerwavesoftware.com.
Wire Feed Speed (WFS)
In synergic welding modes (synergic CV, GMAW-P),
WFS is the dominant control parameter. The user
adjusts WFS according to factors such as wire size,
penetration requirements, heat input, etc. The
POWER WAVE® R350 then uses the WFS setting to
adjust the voltage and current according to settings
contained in the Power Wave.
In non-synergic modes, the WFS control behaves like
a conventional power source where WFS and voltage
are independent adjustments. Therefore, to maintain
proper arc characteristics, the operator must adjust
the voltage to compensate for any changes made to
the WFS.
Amps
In constant current modes, this control adjusts the
welding amperage.
Volts
In constant voltage modes, this control adjusts the
welding voltage.
Trim
In pulse synergic welding modes, the Trim setting
adjusts the arc length. Trim is adjustable from 0.50 to
1.50. 1.00 is the nominal setting and is a good starting point for most conditions.
UltimArc™ Control
UltimArc™ Control allows the operator to vary the arc
characteristics. UltimArc™ Control is adjustable from
–10.0 to +10.0 with a nominal setting of 0.0.
POWER WAVE® R350
B-6
OPERATION
GTAW (TIG) WELDING
The welding current can be set through a PF10M or
PF25M wire feeder.
The TIG mode features continuous control from 5 to
350 amps with the use of an optional foot amptrol
(K870). The POWER WAVE® R350 can be run in
either a Touch Start TIG mode or Scratch start TIG
mode.
CONSTANT VOLTAGE WELDING
Synergic CV
For each wire feed speed, a corresponding voltage is
preprogrammed into the machine through special software at the factory.
B-6
PULSE WELDING
Pulse welding procedures are set by controlling an
overall “arc length” variable. When pulse welding, the
arc voltage is highly dependent upon the waveform.
The peak current, back ground current, rise time, fall
time and pulse frequency all affect the voltage. The
exact voltage for a given wire feed speed can only be
predicted when all the pulsing waveform parameters
are known. Using a preset voltage becomes impractical and instead the arc length is set by adjusting
“trim”.
Trim adjusts the arc length and ranges from 0.50 to
1.50 with a nominal value of 1.00. Trim values greater
than 1.00 increase the arc length, while values less
than 1.00 decrease the arc length. (See figure B.3)
The nominal preprogrammed voltage is the best average voltage for a given wire feed speed, but may be
adjusted to preference. When the wire feed speed
changes, the Power Wave automatically adjusts the
voltage level correspondingly to maintain similar arc
characteristics throughout the WFS range.
Non Synergic CV
In non-synergic modes, the WFS control behaves
more like a conventional CV power source where
WFS and voltage are independent adjustments.
Therefore to maintain the arc characteristics, the operator must adjust the voltage to compensate for any
changes made to the WFS.
All CV Modes
Pinch adjusts the apparent inductance of the wave
shape. The “pinch” function is inversely proportional
to inductance. Therefore, increasing Pinch Control
greater than 0.0 results in a crisper arc (more spatter)
while decreasing the Pinch Control to less than 0.0
provides a softer arc (less spatter).
FIGURE B.3
POWER WAVE® R350
B-7
OPERATION
Most pulse welding programs are synergic. As the
wire feed speed is adjusted, the POWER WAVE®
R350 will automatically recalculate the waveform
parameters to maintain similar arc properties.
The POWER WAVE® R350 utilizes “adaptive control”
to compensate for changes in the electrical stick-out
while welding. (Electrical stick-out is the distance
from the contact tip to the work piece.) The POWER
WAVE® R350 waveforms are optimized for a 0.75”
stick-out. The adaptive behavior supports a range of
stick-outs from 0.50 to 1.25”. At very low or high wire
feed speeds, the adaptive range may be less due to
reaching physical limitations of the welding process.
UltimArc™ Control adjusts the focus or shape of the
arc. UltimArc™ Control is adjustable from -10.0 to
+10.0 with a nominal setting of 0.0. Increasing the
UltimArc™ Control increases the pulse frequency and
background current while decreasing the peak current. This results in a tight, stiff arc used for high
speed sheet metal welding. Decreasing the
UltimArc™ Control decreases the pulse frequency
and background current while increasing the peak current. This results in a soft arc good for out of position
welding. (See Figure B.4)
FIGURE B.4
POWER WAVE® R350
B-7
C-1
ACCESSORIES
KITS, OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES
All Kits Options and Accessories are found on the Web site:
(www.lincolnelectric.com)
FACTORY INSTALLED
None Available
FIELD INSTALLED OPTIONS
C-1
Welding Fume Extractors
Lincoln offers a wide range of fume extraction environmental
system solutions, ranging from portable systems easily
wheeled around a shop to shop-wide central systems servicing many dedicated welding stations.
Request Lincoln publication E13.40
(See www.lincolnelectric.com)
TIG OPTIONS
GENERAL OPTIONS
DeviceNet Kit
Mounts inside the back of the Power Wave® R350. Allows
Devicenet objects to communicate with the Power Wave®
R350.
Order K2827-1
I/O Kit
Mounts inside the back of the Power Wave® R350.
Allows external access to Feeder Control inputs.
Order K3123-1
Work Voltage Sense Lead Kit
Required to accurately monitor voltage at the arc.
Order K940-XX Series
Order K1811-XX Series
Deluxe Adjustable Gas Regulator & Hose Kit
Accommodates CO2, Argon, or Argon-blend gas cylinders.
Includes a cylinder pressure gauge, dual scale flow gauge
and 4.3 ft. (1.3 m) gas hose.
Order K586-1
Work and Wire Feeder 2/0 Weld Cable Package
Includes Cam-Lock connectors, work clamps, 15 ft. (4.5 m)
work cable and 10 ft. (3.0 m) electrode cable. Rated 350
amps, 60% duty cycle.
Order K1803-2
Cam-Lock cable plug for 2/0 (50mm2)cable. Order K2946-1
Coaxial Welding Cable
Optimum weld cables for minimizing cable inductance and
optimizing welding performance.
AWG 1/0 Coaxial Cables:
Order K1796-25 for 25 feet (7.6 m) cable length.
Order K1796-50 for 50 feet (15.2 m) cable length.
Order K1796-75 for 75 feet (22.9 m) cable length.
Order K1796-100 for 100 feet (30.5 m) cable length.
AWG #1 Coaxial Cables:
Order K2593-25 for 25 feet (7.6 m) cable length.
Order K2593-50 for 50 feet (15.2 m) cable length.
Order K2593-100 for 100 feet (30.5 m) cable length.
Pro-Torch™ TIG Torches
A full line of air-cooled and water-cooled
torches available.
Request Lincoln publication E12.150
(See www.lincolnelectric.com)
Hand Amptrol®
Provides 25 ft. (7.6 m) of remote current control for TIG
welding.
Order K963-4 for Hand Amptrol with
12 pin connector
Foot Amptrol®
Provides 25 ft. (7.6 m) of remote current control for TIG
welding. Order K870-2 for Foot Amptrol with 12 pin connector.
Arc Start Switch
May be used in place of the Foot or Hand Amptrol®. Comes
with a 25 ft. (7.6 m) cable. Attaches to the TIG torch for convenient finger control to start and stop the weld cycle at the
current set on the machine.
Order K814
Cam-Lock Torch Adapter
For connecting K1782-1, K1782-3, K1782-12 torches to the
S350.
Order K960-3
TIG-Mate™ 17V Air-Cooled TIG Torch Starter Pack
Get everything you need for TIG welding in one complete
easy-to-order kit packaged in its own portable carrying case.
Includes: PTA-17V torch, parts kit, Harris® flowmeter/regulator, 10 ft. (3.0 m) gas hose, and work clamp and cable.
Order K2265-1
MIG OPTIONS
Work and Feeder Welding Cables
350 amps, 60% duty cycle with Cam-Lock connectors and
Ground Clamp.
Order K1803-2
COMPATIBLE LINCOLN EQUIPMENT
Any Arclink compatible wire feeding equipment
(See www.lincolnelectric.com)
POWER WAVE® R350
D-1
MAINTENANCE
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill.
• Do not operate with covers
removed.
• Turn off power source before
installing or servicing.
• Do not touch electrically hot
parts.
• Turn the input power to the welding power
source off at the fuse box before working in the
terminal strip.
• Only qualified personnel should install, use or
service this equipment.
------------------------------------------------------------------------
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Routine maintenance consists of periodically blowing
out the machine, using a low-pressure air stream, to
remove accumulated dust and dirt from the intake and
outlet louvers, and the cooling channels in the
machine.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
Calibration of the POWER WAVE® R350 is critical to
its operation. Generally speaking the calibration will
not need adjustment. However, neglected or improperly calibrated machines may not yield satisfactory
weld performance. To ensure optimal performance,
the calibration of output Voltage and Current should
be checked yearly.
CALIBRATION SPECIFICATION
Output Voltage and Current are calibrated at the factory. Generally the machine calibration will not need
adjustment. However, if the weld performance
changes, or the yearly calibration check reveals a
problem, use the calibration section of the
Diagnostics Utility to make the appropriate adjustments.
The calibration procedure itself requires the use of a
grid, and certified actual meters for voltage and current. The accuracy of the calibration will be directly
affected by the accuracy of the measuring equipment
you use. The Diagnostics Utility includes detailed
instructions, and is available on the Service
Navigator CD or at www.powerwavesoftware.com.
POWER WAVE® R350
D-1
E-1
TROUBLESHOOTING
E-1
HOW TO USE TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
WARNING
Service and Repair should only be performed by Lincoln Electric Factory Trained Personnel.
Unauthorized repairs performed on this equipment may result in danger to the technician and
machine operator and will invalidate your factory warranty. For your safety and to avoid Electrical
Shock, please observe all safety notes and precautions detailed throughout this manual.
__________________________________________________________________________
This Troubleshooting Guide is provided to help you
locate and repair possible machine malfunctions.
Simply follow the three-step procedure listed below.
Step 1. LOCATE PROBLEM!(SYMPTOM).
Look under the column labeled “PROBLEM (SYMPTOMS)”. This column describes possible symptoms
that the machine may exhibit. Find the listing that
best describes the symptom that the machine is
exhibiting.
Step 3. RECOMMENDED COURSE OF ACTION
This column provides a course of action for the
Possible Cause, generally it states to contact your
local Lincoln Authorized Field Service Facility.
If you do not understand or are unable to perform the
Recommended Course of Action safely, contact your
local Lincoln Authorized Field Service Facility.
Step 2. POSSIBLE CAUSE.
The second column labeled “POSSIBLE CAUSE” lists
the obvious external possibilities that may contribute
to the machine symptom.
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill.
• Turn the input power OFF at the welding power source before installation or changing
drive rolls and/or guides.
• Do not touch electrically live parts.
• When inching with the gun trigger, electrode and drive mechanism are "hot" to work and
ground and could remain energized several seconds after the gun trigger is released.
• Welding power source must be connected to system ground per the National Electrical Code or any
applicable local codes.
• Only qualified personnel should perform maintenance work.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Observe all additional Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual.
CAUTION
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your
Local Lincoln Authorized Field Service Facility for technical troubleshooting assistance before you proceed.
POWER WAVE® R350
E-2
E-2
TROUBLESHOOTING
USING THE STATUS LED TO
TROUBLESHOOT SYSTEM PROBLEMS
There are two status lights that display error codes. If a
problem occurs it is important to note the condition of the
status lights. Therefore, prior to cycling power to the system, check the power source status light for error
sequences as noted below.
There is one externally mounted status light located on the
case front of the machine. This status light corresponds to
the main control board’s status. A second status light is
internal and is located on the input control board and can be
seen by looking through the left case side louvers. There is
an audible beeper associated with this input control board’s
status light. So the error codes on the input board can be
detected through either the status light or the status beeper.
Included in this section is information about the Status
Lights and some basic troubleshooting charts for both
machine and weld performance.
The status lights for the main control board is a dual-color
LED’s. Normal operation for each is steady green. Where
as the status light on the input control board is one color.
Normal operation is for the status light to be off ( and the
buzzer to be off).
Error conditions are indicated in the following Table E.1.
TABLE E.1
Light
Condition
Meaning
Main control board status light
Input control board
Steady Green
System OK. Power source is operational, and is communicating normally with all
healthy peripheral equipment connected to its ArcLink network.
Not applicable.
Blinking Green
Occurs during power up or a system reset, and indicates the POWER
WAVE® R350 is mapping (identifying) each component in the system.
Normal for first 1-10 seconds after power is turned on, or if the system
configuration is changed during operation.
Not applicable.
Fast Blinking Green
Indicates Auto-mapping has failed
Not applicable.
Alternating Green and Red
Non-recoverable system fault. If the Status lights are flashing any combination of red and green, errors are present. Read the error code(s)
before the machine is turned off.
Not applicable.
Error Code interpretation through the Status light is detailed in the
Service Manual. Individual code digits are flashed in red with a long
pause between digits. If more than one code is present, the codes will
be separated by a green light. Only active error conditions will be
accessible through the Status Light.
Error codes can also be retrieved with the Diagnostics Utility (included on the Service Navigator CD or available at www.powerwavesoftware.com). This is the preferred method, since it can access
historical information contained in the error logs.
To clear the active error(s), turn power source off, and back on to
reset.
Steady Red
Not applicable.
Not applicable.
Blinking Red
Not applicable.
Error Code interpretation Individual code digits are flashed
in red with a long pause between
digits. These error codes are three
digit codes that all start with a
number three.
Status LED off
Not applicable.
System OK
CAUTION
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your
Local Lincoln Authorized Field Service Facility for technical troubleshooting assistance before you proceed.
POWER WAVE® R350
E-3
TROUBLESHOOTING
E-3
Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual
ERROR CODES FOR THE POWER WAVE® R350
The following is a partial list of possible error codes for the POWER WAVE® R350. For a complete listing consult
the Service Manual for this machine.
MAIN CONTROL BOARD ( “STATUS” LIGHT)
36
Error Code #
Indication
Thermal error
Indicates over temperature. Usually accompanied by Thermal LED.
Check fan operation. Be sure process does not exceed duty cycle
limit of the machine
54 Secondary (Output) over current error
The long term average secondary (weld) current limit has been
exceeded. NOTE: The long term average secondary current limit is
325 amps.
56 Chopper communication error
Indicates communication link between main control board and chopper has errors. If cycling the input power on the machine does not
clear the error, contact the Service Department.
58 Primary Fault error
Review error code from input board status light or status beeper.
Most likely caused by an over power condition which caused an
under voltage on the primary bus. If cycling the input power on the
machine does not clear the error, contact the Service Department.
Other
Error codes that contain three or four digits are defined as fatal
errors. These codes generally indicate internal errors on the Power
Source Control Board. If cycling the input power on the machine
does not clear the error, contact the Service Department.
CAUTION
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your
Local Lincoln Authorized Field Service Facility for technical troubleshooting assistance before you proceed.
POWER WAVE® R350
E-4
TROUBLESHOOTING
E-4
Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual
INPUT CONTROL BOARD
Indication
Error Code #
331
Peak input current limit
Input current limit has been exceeded. Typically indicates short
term power overload. If problem persists contact Service
Department.
333
Under-voltage lockout
+15 VDC supply on Input control board too low. Verify input voltage
is within the acceptable range. If problem persists contact service
department.
336
Thermal Fault
Thermostat on primary module tripped. Typically caused by bottom
fan not working.
337
Pre-charge timeout
Problem with start-up sequence. If problem persists contact Service
Department.
346
Transformer primary over current
Transformer current too high. Typically indicates short term power
overload. If problem persists contact service department.
Contact the Service Department.
Other
WIRE DRIVE MODULE
Indication
Error Code #
81
Motor Overload
Long term average motor current limit has been exceeded.
Typically indicates mechanical overload of system. If problem continues consider higher torque gear ratio (lower speed range).
82
Motor Overcurrent
Absolute maximum motor current level has been exceeded. This is
a short term average to protect drive circuitry.
83
Shutdown #1
84
Shutdown #2
The Shutdown inputs on the Power Wave R350 have been disabled. The presence of these errors indicates the Feed Head
Control PCB may contain the wrong operating software.
CAUTION
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your
Local Lincoln Authorized Field Service Facility for technical troubleshooting assistance before you proceed.
POWER WAVE® R350
E-5
E-5
TROUBLESHOOTING
Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual
PROBLEMS
(SYMPTOMS)
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
RECOMMENDED
COURSE OF ACTION
Basic Machine Problems
Input fuses keep blowing
1. Improperly sized input fuses.
1. Make sure fuses are properly
sized. See installation section of
this manual for recommended
sizes.
2. Improper Weld Procedure requiring output levels in excess of
machine rating.
2. Reduce output current, duty
cycle, or both.
3. Major physical or electrical damage is evident when the covers
are removed.
3. Contact your local authorized
Lincoln Electric Field Service
facility for technical assistance.
Machine will not power up (no lights) 1. No Input Power
Machine won’t weld, can’t get any
output.
1. Make sure input supply disconnect has been turned ON. Check
input fuses. Make certain that the
Power Switch (SW1) on the
power source is in the “ON” position.
2. Input voltage is too low or too
high.
2. Make certain that input voltage is
correct, according to the Rating
Plate located on the rear of the
machine.
1. Input voltage is too low or too high.
1. Make certain that input voltage is
correct, according to the Rating
Plate located on the rear of the
machine.
2. Thermal Error.
2. See “Thermal LED is ON” section.
This problem will normally be
accompanied by an error code. See
3. Secondary current limit has been
“Status Light” section of this docuexceeded. (see error 54)
ment for additional information.
3a. Input control board fault (see
input control board error status).
3. Possible short in output circuit. If
condition persists, contact an
authorized Lincoln Electric Field
Service facility.
CAUTION
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your
Local Lincoln Authorized Field Service Facility for technical troubleshooting assistance before you proceed.
POWER WAVE® R350
E-6
E-6
TROUBLESHOOTING
Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual
PROBLEMS
(SYMPTOMS)
Thermal LED is ON
Thermal LED is ON
“Real Time Clock” no longer functioning
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
RECOMMENDED
COURSE OF ACTION
Improper
fan operation
Basic
Machine
Problems (Continued)
1. Improper fan operation.
1. Check for proper fan operation.
Fan should run in a low speed
setting when the machine is idle
and in a high speed when the
output is triggered. Check for
material blocking intake or
exhaust louvers, or for excessive
dirt clogging cooling channels in
machine.
2. Open thermostat circuit.
2. Check for broken wires, open
connections or faulty thermostats
in the thermostat circuit.
1. Control PC Board Battery.
1. Replace the battery (Type:
BS2032)
Weld and Arc Quality Problems
General degradation of weld performance
1. Wire feed problem.
1. Check for feeding problems. Make
sure proper gear ratio has been
selected.
2. Cabling problems.
2. Check for bad connections,
excessive loops in cable, etc.
NOTE: The presence of heat in the
external welding circuit indicates
poor connections or undersized
cables.
3. Loss of, or improper Shielding
Gas.
3. Verify gas flow and type are correct.
4. Verify weld mode is correct for
process.
4.Select the correct weld mode for
the application.
5. Machine calibration.
5. The power source may require
calibration. (current, voltage,
WFS).
CAUTION
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your
Local Lincoln Authorized Field Service Facility for technical troubleshooting assistance before you proceed.
POWER WAVE® R350
E-7
E-7
TROUBLESHOOTING
Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual
PROBLEMS
(SYMPTOMS)
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
RECOMMENDED
COURSE OF ACTION
Weld and Arc Quality Problems (Continued)
Wire burns back to tip at the end of 1. Burnback Time
1. Reduce burnback time and/or
the weld.
work point.
Machine output shuts down during a 1. Secondary current limit has been 1. Adjust procedure or reduce load
weld.
exceeded, and the machine shuts
to lower current draw from the
down to protect itself.
machine.
2. System Fault
Machine won’t produce full output.
Excessively long and erratic arc.
2. A non-recoverable fault will interrupt welding. This condition will
also result in a status light blinking. See the Status Light section
for more information.
1. Input voltage may be too low, lim- 1. Make certain that the input voltage
iting output capability of the power
is proper, according to the Rating
source.
Plate located on the rear of the
machine.
2. Single Phase Operation
2. Maximum output is reduced if
there is a loss of phase on 460 or
575 VAC. Check for the presence of
all phases.
3. Machine calibration.
3. Calibrate secondary current and
voltage.
1. Wire feed problem.
1. Check for feeding problems. Make
sure proper gear ratio has been
selected.
2. Loss of, or improper Shielding
Gas
2. Verify gas flow and type are correct
3. Machine calibration.
3. Calibrate secondary current and
voltage.
CAUTION
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your
Local Lincoln Authorized Field Service Facility for technical troubleshooting assistance before you proceed.
POWER WAVE® R350
E-8
E-8
TROUBLESHOOTING
Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual
PROBLEMS
(SYMPTOMS)
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
RECOMMENDED
COURSE OF ACTION
Ethernet
Cannot Connect
1. Physical connection.
1. Verify that the correct patch cable
or cross over cable is being used
(refer to local IT department for
assistance).
1a. Verify the cables are fully inserted into the bulk head connector.
1b. The LED under the PC board
ethernet connector will be lit
when the machine is connected
to another network device.
2. IP address information.
2. Use the appropriate PC utility to
verify the correct IP address information has been entered.
2a. Verify no duplicate the IP
addresses exist on the network.
Connection Drops while welding
3. Ethernet Speed
3. Verify that the network device
connected to the Power Wave is
either a 10-baseT device or a
10/100-baseT device.
1. Cable Location
1. Verify Network cable is not located next to current carrying conductors. This would include input
power cables and welding output
cables.
CAUTION
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your
Local Lincoln Authorized Field Service Facility for technical troubleshooting assistance before you proceed.
POWER WAVE® R350
W
B/W
G
H
52A
52B
51A
51B
+40VDC D
0 VDC E
GRN
F
893
892
891
4
DNET CAN_H
DNET CAN_L 5
351D
353D
351C
353C
1
2
3
4
J50
J55
357
354
352
349
51
52
67
54
53
51C
52C
67C
54C
53C
G6682
CONTROL BOARD
B41
B38
BASE
GND1 VERTICAL PANEL
GND2 CASEBACK
GND3 CASEFRONT
G
317
317A
318
318A
HEAT
SINK
LEADS 317A AND
318A PRESENT ON
EARLIER MODELS
B37
B39
B40
B53
GROUND BOND CIRCUIT
TOROID
B6
OPTIONAL
DEVICENET
B29
B30
B28
348
347
346
345
344
343
342
341
3A
1A
B31
2A
B32
3 STAGE INVERTER
G4770-1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
TO EARTH GROUND PER THE
NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE
J42
321
324
326
328
322
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
J43
INPUT
CHOKE
OUTPUT
CHOKE
351
338
337
336
335
334
333
332
331
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A
353
355
66
350
65A
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
BL6
BL5
BL4
BL3
BL2
BL1
B52
J45
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CAPACITOR NOT
PRESENT ON
EARLIER MODELS
J3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
206A
207
511A
16
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
316
315
337
333
332
336
307
308
306
305
313
314
311
303
301
854
855
856
5
6
52
358
356
51
J23
J26
G6758
J27
1B
16
67D
6
5
4
3
2
1
1W
P85-A
67C
INPUT CONTROL
BOARD
NOT USED
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
L15732
8512
511A
15
512A
14
13
8511
11
12
8510
10
858
859
8
9
+15VDC
J47
J46
P112
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
361
359
52C
363
67C
360
51C
362
54C
364
66
1
2
3
4
65
J85-A
853
857
852
2
4
7
851
1
3
0 VDC WHEN 'ON'
1W STATUS LED
STATUS LED
1B
512A
13
15
14
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
6
5
4
3
2
1
309
2
53C
52C
67C
67D
51C
54C
R
CLEVELAND, OHIO U.S.A.
6
5
4
3
2
1
53D
52D
67F
51D
54D
321
322
216
211
213
212
COLD INCH REVERSE
COLD INCH FORWARD
+15VDC - GROUP #2
2 STEP / 4 STEP
DUAL PROCEDURE
TRIGGER
+15VDC - GROUP #1
4
3
2
1
LEM
+
LOCATED ON
CASE BACK
11 SHUTDOWN 2 INPUT
12 NOT USED
8 GAS PURGE
9 +15VDC - GROUP #3
10 SHUTDOWN 1 INPUT
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CURRENT
TRANSDUCER
P114/J16
67E
8512
8511
8510
858
859
857
856
855
854
853
852
851
I/O
CONNECTOR
(OPTIONAL)
67G
CAVITY NUMBERING SEQUENCE
J10A1,
J10B1,
J811,
J2
SHEILDED
TWISTED
PAIR
AC
J84
B
1
4
3
2
J85
S2
W
S4
373
372
371
370
J83
G6752
FEEDHEAD PCB
202
206
J82
6
J51
4
3
2
1
3
1
S5
J87
J81
T2
903B
-
M20305-1
901B
WORK
3A
2A
B
W
THERMAL LED
T3
S6
1A
9
1
J3, J4,
J45, J61
J86
J86
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
J1
J2
H
G6536-3PRINT
M19540-2
VOLTAGE SENSE
SELECT PCB
16
8
5
10
6
4
6
3
1
1
J9, J13, J16,
J26, J27, J62,
J112, J83, J1
J6, J7,
J41, J85
J87
4
T1
2
CONTROL BD STATUS
RED/GREEN LED
W
B
L3
L2
L1
S12021-79 (INSERTION SIDE)
12
8
4
3
1
THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS PROPRIETARY INFORMATION OWNED BY LINCOLN GLOBAL INC AND MAY NOT BE DUPLICA
FEEDHEAD STATUS
WHITE LED
-
AC
21
67E
S3
1
6
5
1
J2, J5, J11,
J31, J46,
J51, J111,
J82, J81
J8, J24, J28,
J29, J43, J47,
J63, J84
J12, J23,
J25, J42
2
1
(VIEWED FROM COMPONENT SIDE OF P.C. BOARD)
N.A. PIN NEAREST THE FLAT EDGE OF LED LENS (ANODE)
ALIGNS WITH WHITE LEAD OF LED SOCKET.
LEAD COLOR CODING
B - BLACK
R - RED
N- BROWN
V - VIOLET
G - GREEN
ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS PER E1537.
GENERAL INFORMATION
2
1
NOTE: This diagram is for reference only. It may not be accurate for all machines covered by this manual. The specific diagram for a particular code is pasted inside the
machine on one of the enclosure panels. If the diagram is illegible, write to the Service Department for a replacement. Give the equipment code number.
GRN
BLK/GRN
RED
BLK/RED
51A
52A
67A
54A
53A
51B
52B
67B
54B
53B
554
553
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
351
351B
351A
353B
353
353A
NOT USED
3J54
1J54
3J55
1J55
3J56
1J56
S4
DEVICENET
CONNECTOR
(OPTIONAL)
B
R
B
R
B
R
J15
(ASSEMBLY G6571)
115 VAC
INVERTER PCB
33A
1
3
DIAGRAMS
FINAL PRINTED FORM TO
BE ON ONE 8.25 X 11.00
ADHESIVE BACKED LABEL
SHEET PER E3269-1
894
+24 VDC INPUT 2
BLK/RED
+24 VDC COMMON 3
1
S5
SYNC/TANDEM
CONNECTOR
DIFF_2 LOW
RED
BLK/GRN
D
DIFF_1 LOW
DIFF_2 HIGH E
FAN
FAN
FAN
GND-B
DIFF_1 HIGH C
B
A
.0047 uF
67A
67B
ELECTRODE
C
SENSE
S3 ARCLINK
RECEPTACLE
54A
54B
B
53A
53B
A
67G
N
ARCLINK +
G
M
ARCLINK -
R
B/R
K
L
J
I
B/G
522
D
847
521
C
E
541
B
F
539
65A
65
A
S6 ROBOTIC
INTERFACE
RECEPTACLE
10A
CB2
ETHERNET
CABLE
(Neutral Bonded)
ETHERNET
CONNECTOR
RJ 45
TYPE
32A
GND5
32
115V
RECEPTACLE
34
33
J4
33A
21
10A
67
202
CB1
358
356
361
362
364
J9
6
5
4
3
2
1
J2
416
363
553
J62
1
2
3
4
J8
33
32
350
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1 415
2 416
3 GND4
4 417
5 418
6
206
417
216
32A
GND5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
892
893
J63
54
53
1
2
3
4
J11
406
J12
J61
409
213
212
211
317
317A
318
318A
401
B5
408
554
360
404
7
2
6
1
359
403
402
J7
418
415
372
373
355
410
J6
891
894
1
2
3
4
5
6
J13
345
346
341
357
349
352
343
344
348
347
354
342
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
407
414
413
412
411
409
410
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
J5
POWER WAVE R350 WIRING DIAGRAM
200 OHM
100 W
LEADS 317A AND
318A PRESENT ON
EARLIER MODELS
371
370
311
J24
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
316
315
314
313
POWER WAVE® R350
B
W
360
511
512
404
J28
J41
3
303
2
1
309
308
307
306
305
R
W
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
301
847
G
B/G
B/W
B/R
408
407
406
3
404
403
402
401
2
1
3
338
335
541
539
J25
6
5
4
512
324
880
886
522
521
3
6
5
4
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2
1
511
67G
326
334
331
4
250 OHM 25 W
J29
52D
51D
54D
53D
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2
1
2
1
328
67F
250 OHM 25 W
xxxxxxx
3
+
xxxxxxx
+
4
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
F-1
F-1
DIMENSION PRINT
F-2
27.44
F-2
22.25
13.87
18.81
6.00
18.31
POWER WAVE® R350
Power Wave R350 CCC 12482
Index of Sub Assemblies - 12482
KEY
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
INDEX OF SUB ASSEMBLIES
AR
P-884-B.2
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
AR
1
P-884-C
CASE FRONT ASSEMBLY
AR
2
P-884-D
BASE & POWER CONVERSION ASSEMBLY
AR
3
P-884-E
VERTICAL DIVIDER PANEL ASBLY
AR
4
P-884-F
OUTPUT CHOKE ASSEMBLY
AR
5
P-884-G
CASE BACK ASSEMBLY
AR
6
P-884-H
ROOF ASSEMBLY
AR
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2
Power Wave R350 CCC - 12482
Miscellaneous Items
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SG6094
PRIMARY CONTROL HARNESS
1
9SM19969-13
ETHERNET PATCH CABLE ASBLY
1
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KEY
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3
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Miscellaneous Items
No Image
4
Power Wave R350 CCC - 12482
Case Front Assembly
KEY
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SG6519-6
CASE FRONT ASSEMBLY
1
9SG6513-4
CASE FRONT
1
9SM22487-1
LED HARNESS
1
9SS23740-2
LED PANEL MOUNT ASSEMBLY
2
9ST13657-4FA
YELLOW LED
1
9ST13657-7H24
LED-T-1 3/4BI-COLORRED/GREEN
1
3
9SS23093-1
LED LENS CLEAR
3
3A
9SS23094-1
RETAINING O RING
3
4A
9SM20305-1
NOISE SUPPRESSOR PC BD ASBLY
1
4B
9SS28402
NOISE SUPPRESSOR BRACKET
1
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
2
9SL13263-1
PCB MOUNTING BRACKET
1
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
2
9SL13263-2
PCB MOUNTING BRACKET
1
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
2
7A
9SS29541-2
LINE SWITCH
1
15A
9SS16656-4
OUTPUT TERMINAL ASBLY
2
15B
9SCF000371
#10-24X.50HHCS-FULL-GR2-3147
4
16A
9SG6758-1
INPUT CONTROL & POWER SUPPLY PC BD ASBLY
1
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
3
18
9SG8554
NAMEPLATE
1
19
9ST3960
FLANGE NUT
2
21
9ST10397-23
PLUG BUTTON
1
9SG6864
OUTPUT STUD COVER
2
9SS9262-184
WASHER
4
9SS9225-100
SELF TAPPING SCREW
4
9SS9225-99
SELF TAPPING SCREW
4
26A
9SS9262-80
PLAIN WASHER
2
26B
9SE106A-15
LOCKWASHER
2
26C
9SCF000021
1/2-13X1.00HHCS
2
27A
9SS18657
SQUARE FLANGE FEMALE RECEPTACLE
1
9SS8025-118
SELF TAPPING SCREW
2
28A
9SL15069
COVER PLATE
1
28B
9SS9225-99
SELF TAPPING SCREW
4
1
5A
6A
22A
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5
Case Front Assembly
KEY
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SG6529
UI TRIM
1
9SS23740-1
LED PANEL MOUNT ASBLY
1
9ST13657-7H24
LED-T-1 3/4BI-COLORRED/GREEN
1
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28C
PART NUMBER
6
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Case Front Assembly
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Power Wave R350 CCC - 12482
7
Base & Power Conversion Assembly
1A
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SL15067-1
BASE
1
9SS9225-99
SELF TAPPING SCREW
6
9SM21251-2
BASE EXTRUSION
2
3A
9SL15091
BRACKET
2
3B
9SS9225-99
SELF TAPPING SCREW
4
9ST9695-1
LOCKWASHER
2
4A
9SCF000013
1/4-20X.625HHCS
4
4B
9SS28070
QUICK LOCK FOOT
4
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
4
5A
9SM21489-1
INPUT CHOKE
1
5B
9SM21468
INPUT CHOKE BRACKET
1
5C
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
2
10A
9SL13138
CORNER CAP
4
10B
9SS9262-182
PLAIN WASHER
8
10C
9SS9225-100
SELF TAPPING SCREW
8
12A
9SM21469-3
POWERBOARD BOTTOM BRACKET
1
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
2
9SG6037-1
POWER BOARD ASBLY
1
13A
9ST13359-29
THERMOSTAT
1
13B
9SM21469-2
POWER BOARD UPPER BRACKET
1
9SS9225-100
SELF TAPPING SCREW
6
9SE106A-1
LOCKWASHER
6
9SS9262-27
PLAIN WASHER
6
14
9SM15045-100
ACOUSTICAL FOAM
3
15
9ST13260-4
DECAL-EARTH GROUND CONN
1
16A
9SCF000010
#10-24HN
2
16B
9SE106A-1
LOCKWASHER
1
2
13
8
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KEY
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Base & Power Conversion Assembly
P-884-D.jpg
Power Wave R350 CCC - 12482
9
Vertical Divider Panel Asbly
KEY
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SG6589-5
VERTICAL DIVIDER PANEL ASBLY
1
9SG6511
CENTER PANEL
1
2A
9SL15732-1
40 V DC BUS BD ASBLY
1
2B
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
4
3A
9SS28105
MYLAR INSULATION
1
3B
9SS20763-3
TERMINAL BLOCK
1
3C
9SCF000193
#8-32X1.25RHS
2
4A
9SS28735-5
CONTROL BOARD ASBLY
1
4B
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
4
6
9ST12380-1
BUSHING
1
9SS18858-11
SUPPRESSOR ASBLY
1
9SG8554
NAMEPLATE
1
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
2
9SS9225-99
SELF TAPPING SCREW
2
9SG6571-2
115V SUPPLY PC BD ASBLY
1
9SS19300-7
SUPPORTPCBSNAP-IN0.63
2
11C
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
4
12
9SS18491-3
M.O.V. ASBLY
1
1
8
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11A
10
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Vertical Divider Panel Asbly
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11
Output Choke Assembly
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SL13270-3
OUTPUT CHOKE ASBLY
1
1
9SM21471-3
TOP CHOKE BRACKET
1
2
9ST11827-3
CARRIAGE BOLT
1
9SS28371
CHOKE INSULATOR
2
4
9SS25781-2
SPACER WASHER
6
5
9SS26801-2
OUTPUT CHOKE COIL
3
6A
9SM21472-3
BOTTOM CHOKE BRACKET
1
6B
9SS18504-10
CURRENT TRANSDUCER
1
9SCF000033
#8-32X.50RHS
1
9SS9262-3
PLAIN WASHER
1
9ST4291-A
LOCKWASHER
1
7A
9ST14605
INSULATOR
1
7B
9SS9262-98
PLAIN WASHER
1
7C
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
1
7D
9SCF000017
1/4-20HN
1
14A
9SS22168
HEAT SINK HOLDER
2
9SCF000015
1/4-20X1.00HHCS
2
14C
9SS9262-98
PLAIN WASHER
4
14D
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
2
14E
9SCF000017
1/4-20HN
2
15A
9SM22372
BUS BAR
1
15B
9SCF000015
1/4-20X1.00HHCS
2
15C
9SS9262-98
PLAIN WASHER
4
15D
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
2
15E
9SCF000017
1/4-20HN
2
16A
9SCF000015
1/4-20X1.00HHCS
3
16B
9SS9262-98
PLAIN WASHER
6
16C
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
3
16D
9SCF000017
1/4-20HN
3
17A
9SS10404-137
RESISTOR-WW100W2005%
1
17B
9ST4479-A
INSULATING WASHER
2
17C
9SS9262-27
PLAIN WASHER
1
9ST9695-1
LOCKWASHER
1
9SCF000191
#10-24X7.50RHS
1
17E
12
PART NUMBER
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KEY
Output Choke Assembly
KEY
PART NUMBER
SELF TAPPING SCREW
QTY
4
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9SS9225-99
DESCRIPTION
Power Wave R350 CCC - 12482
13
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Output Choke Assembly
P-884-F.jpg
14
Power Wave R350 CCC - 12482
Case Back Assembly
KEY
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SG6523-7
CASE BACK ASSEMBLY
1
1A
9SL15066
FAN BRACKET
1
1B
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
4
2A
9SM22149
FAN ASBLY
3
2B
9SCF000408
#8-32X2.00HHMS
12
9SS9262-3
PLAIN WASHER
12
9ST4291-A
LOCKWASHER
12
5
9SG6510-3
REAR PANEL
1
6A
9SS19999
CORD GRIP CONNECTOR
1
6B
9ST14370-3
CONDUIT LOCKNUT
1
7A
9SM19969-9
ETHERNET RECEPTACLE BULKHEAD
1
7B
9SS25438-9
ADAPTER PLATE
1
7C
9SM19969-4
ETHERNET RECEPTACLE COVER
1
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
2
9SL15109
FAN HARNESS
1
10A
9ST12287-20
CIRCUIT BREAKER-10A250VAC
1
10B
9SS22061-3
SEALING BOOT
1
11A
9SS25438-3
COVER PLATE
1
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
2
9SS28546
COVER PLATE
1
9SS9225-99
SELF TAPPING SCREW
2
9SM21927-1
PLUG AND LEAD ASBLY
1
13A
9SS12021-79
BOX RECEPTACLE SOLID SHELL
1
13B
9SS25438-2
CONNECTOR ADAPTER PLATE
1
9SS8025-96
SELF TAPPING SCREW
2
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
2
9SS17062-9
CABLE CONNECTOR CAP
1
15A
9SL15108
LOUVER COVER PLATE
1
15B
9SS9225-99
SELF TAPPING SCREW
6
9SS9225-99
SELF TAPPING SCREW
4
9SG6602
RECEPTACLE ASSEMBLY
1
9ST9695-1
LOCKWASHER
2
9SCF000010
#10-24HN
2
9SS28056-6
RATING PLATE
1
12A
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PART NUMBER
14
20A
21
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15
Case Back Assembly
KEY
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
22A
9SL15123
AIR BAFFLE
1
22B
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
2
9SG8554
NAMEPLATE
1
9SM22519
CONNECTOR & LEAD ASBLY
1
9SS12021-73
BOX RECEPTACLE SOLID SHELL
1
9SS8025-118
SELF TAPPING SCREW
2
26
9SS17062-10
CABLE CONNECTOR CAP
1
27
9SS17062-11
CABLE CONNECTOR CAP
1
9SG6539
WIRE DRIVE HARNESS
1
28A
9SS12021-72
BOX RECEPTACLE SOLID SHELL
1
28B
9SS25438-4
ADAPTER PLATE
1
9SS8025-96
SELF TAPPING SCREW
2
23
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25A
16
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Case Back Assembly
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Power Wave R350 CCC - 12482
17
Roof Assembly
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SM22129-7
ROOF ASSEMBLY
1
1A
9SL12763-1
ROOF
1
1B
9SG8554
NAMEPLATE
1
1C
9SL8064-1
WARNING DECAL (INTERNATIONAL)
1
9SS9225-99
SELF TAPPING SCREW
2
9SM22375
TOP EXTRUSION ASSEMBLY
1
2A
9SL15068-1
HORIZONTAL DIVIDER PANEL
1
2B
9SM21251-1
TOP EXTRUSION
2
9SS9225-99
SELF TAPPING SCREW
4
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
2
3A
9SL15070
HANDLE MOUNTING BRACKET
2
3B
9SS9225-100
SELF TAPPING SCREW
8
5A
9SL13138
CORNER CAP
4
5B
9SS9262-182
PLAIN WASHER
12
5C
9SS9225-100
SELF TAPPING SCREW
12
6A
9SG6525-3
HANDLE
2
6B
9SCF000410
1/4-20x.75HHCS-FULL-GR2-4554
8
6C
9SE106A-27
LOCK WASHER
8
9SM22191-1
LEFT CASE SIDE
1
7A
9SL13232-3
LEFT CASE SIDE
1
7B
9SS27368-4
DECAL LE LOGO
1
7C
9SS27468
POWERWAVE LOGO
1
9SM22192-1
RIGHT CASE SIDE
1
8A
9SL13232-2
RIGHT CASE SIDE
1
8B
9SS27368-4
DECAL LE LOGO
1
8C
9SS27468
POWERWAVE LOGO
1
8D
9SS28039-2
DECAL GREEN INITIATIVE
1
9SS9262-182
PLAIN WASHER
4
9SS9225-100
SELF TAPPING SCREW
4
9SS9225-99
SELF TAPPING SCREW
8
9SM22119
WIRE DRIVE INTERFACE ASSEMBLY
1
10A
9SM22120
WIRE DRIVE PCB BRACKET
1
10B
9SS28626-5
FEEDHEAD PC BD ASBLY
1
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
4
9C
18
PART NUMBER
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KEY
Roof Assembly
KEY
10D
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9ST13637-6
DIODE-BRIDGE35A400VF-W1-PH
1
9SS9262-27
PLAIN WASHER
1
9SE106A-1
LOCKWASHER
1
9SCF000010
#10-24HN
1
9SM19540-3
VOLTAGE SENSE SELECT PC BD ASBLY
1
9SS9225-99
SELF TAPPING SCREW
4
9SG6536-5
WIRING DIAGRAM
1
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10H
PART NUMBER
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Roof Assembly
P-884-H.jpg
20
Power Wave R350 CCC - 12482
WARNING
AVISO DE
PRECAuCION
Spanish
l Do not touch electrically live parts or
l No toque las partes o los electrodos
bajo carga con la piel o ropa mojada.
l Aislese del trabajo y de la tierra.
French
l Ne laissez ni la peau ni des vête-
German
l Berühren Sie keine stromführenden
ATTENTION
WARNuNG
Portuguese
ATENÇÃO
Japanese
l Keep flammable materials away.
l Wear eye, ear and body protection.
l Mantenga el material combustible
l Protéjase los ojos, los oídos y el
electrode with skin or wet clothing.
l Insulate yourself from work and
ground.
ments mouillés entrer en contact
avec des pièces sous tension.
l Isolez-vous du travail et de la terre.
fuera del área de trabajo.
l Gardez à l’écart de tout matériel
inflammable.
l Entfernen Sie brennbarres Material!
Teile oder Elektroden mit Ihrem
Körper oder feuchter Kleidung!
l Isolieren Sie sich von den
Elektroden und dem Erdboden!
l Não toque partes elétricas e elec-
trodos com a pele ou roupa molhada.
l Isole-se da peça e terra.
cuerpo.
l Protégez vos yeux, vos oreilles et
votre corps.
l Tragen Sie Augen-, Ohren- und Kör-
perschutz!
l Mantenha inflamáveis bem guarda-
dos.
l Use proteção para a vista, ouvido e
corpo.
Chinese
Korean
Arabic
READ AND UNDERSTAND THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTION FOR THIS EQUIPMENT AND THE CONSUMABLES TO BE
USED AND FOLLOW YOUR EMPLOYER’S SAFETY PRACTICES.
SE RECOMIENDA LEER Y ENTENDER LAS INSTRUCCIONES DEL FABRICANTE PARA EL USO DE ESTE EQUIPO Y LOS
CONSUMIBLES QUE VA A UTILIZAR, SIGA LAS MEDIDAS DE SEGURIDAD DE SU SUPERVISOR.
LISEZ ET COMPRENEZ LES INSTRUCTIONS DU FABRICANT EN CE QUI REGARDE CET EQUIPMENT ET LES PRODUITS A
ETRE EMPLOYES ET SUIVEZ LES PROCEDURES DE SECURITE DE VOTRE EMPLOYEUR.
LESEN SIE UND BEFOLGEN SIE DIE BETRIEBSANLEITUNG DER ANLAGE UND DEN ELEKTRODENEINSATZ DES HERSTELLERS. DIE UNFALLVERHÜTUNGSVORSCHRIFTEN DES ARBEITGEBERS SIND EBENFALLS ZU BEACHTEN.
l Keep your head out of fumes.
l Use ventilation or exhaust to
l Turn power off before servicing.
l Do not operate with panel open or
guards off.
remove fumes from breathing zone.
l Los humos fuera de la zona de res-
piración.
l Mantenga la cabeza fuera de los
humos. Utilice ventilación o
aspiración para gases.
l Gardez la tête à l’écart des fumées.
l Utilisez un ventilateur ou un aspira-
l Desconectar el cable de ali-
mentación de poder de la máquina
antes de iniciar cualquier servicio.
l Débranchez le courant avant l’entre-
tien.
teur pour ôter les fumées des zones
de travail.
l Vermeiden Sie das Einatmen von
Schweibrauch!
l Sorgen Sie für gute Be- und
Entlüftung des Arbeitsplatzes!
l Mantenha seu rosto da fumaça.
l Use ventilação e exhaustão para
remover fumo da zona respiratória.
l Strom vor Wartungsarbeiten
l No operar con panel abierto o
guardas quitadas.
l N’opérez pas avec les panneaux
ouverts ou avec les dispositifs de
protection enlevés.
l Anlage nie ohne Schutzgehäuse
abschalten! (Netzstrom völlig öffnen; Maschine anhalten!)
oder Innenschutzverkleidung in
Betrieb setzen!
l Não opere com as tampas removidas.
l Desligue a corrente antes de fazer
l Mantenha-se afastado das partes
serviço.
l Não toque as partes elétricas nuas.
moventes.
l Não opere com os paineis abertos
ou guardas removidas.
WARNING
AVISO DE
PRECAuCION
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ATENÇÃO
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LEIA E COMPREENDA AS INSTRUÇÕES DO FABRICANTE PARA ESTE EQUIPAMENTO E AS PARTES DE USO, E SIGA AS
PRÁTICAS DE SEGURANÇA DO EMPREGADOR.
CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE POLICY
The business of The Lincoln Electric Company is manufacturing and
selling high quality welding equipment, consumables, and cutting
equipment. Our challenge is to meet the needs of our customers and
to exceed their expectations. On occasion, purchasers may ask
Lincoln Electric for advice or information about their use of our
products. We respond to our customers based on the best information
in our possession at that time. Lincoln Electric is not in a position to
warrant or guarantee such advice, and assumes no liability, with
respect to such information or advice. We expressly disclaim any
warranty of any kind, including any warranty of fitness for any
customer’s particular purpose, with respect to such information or
advice. As a matter of practical consideration, we also cannot assume
any responsibility for updating or correcting any such information or
advice once it has been given, nor does the provision of information
or advice create, expand or alter any warranty with respect to the sale
of our products.
Lincoln Electric is a responsive manufacturer, but the selection and
use of specific products sold by Lincoln Electric is solely within the
control of, and remains the sole responsibility of the customer. Many
variables beyond the control of Lincoln Electric affect the results
obtained in applying these types of fabrication methods and service
requirements.
Subject to Change – This information is accurate to the best of our
knowledge at the time of printing. Please refer to
www.lincolnelectric.com for any updated information.
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INSTALLATION
OPERATION
ACCESSORIES
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
DIAGRAMS
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