Metabo Invert 130/60 User manual

ADV SERIES
INVERT 120/40 ADV
INVERT 130/40 ADV
INVERT 130/60 ADV
INVERT 140/35 ADV
INVERT 140/50 ADV
INVERT 160/50 ADV
INVERT 140/50 ADV G-PROT
INVERT 160/50 ADV G-PROT
USER MANUAL
MANU.115.M.ADV.00
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TEC.LA S.r.l. thanks you for having chosen its welding machine, built with the principles of
safety and reliability.
The quality materials used in building the machines ensure total reliability and ease of
maintenance.
We recommend reading the manual before connecting the system to the mains.
DECLARATION OF CE CONFORMITY
MANUFACTURER
TEC.LA. S.r.l.
Via Castel Morrone n. 15/c
16161 GENOVA – ITALIA
DECLARES
UNDER ITS SOLE RESPONSIBILITY THAT THE PRODUCTS LISTED BELOW, HAVING THE
TRADE MARK:
MODEL:
120/40 ADV - 130/40 ADV - 130/60 ADV - 140/35 ADV
140/50 ADV - 160/50 ADV - 140/50 ADV G-PROT - 160/50 ADV G-PROT
SERIAL NUMBER:
REFERRING TO DELIVERIES STARTING JANUARY THE 1ST 2005, IS
IN CONFORMITY
WITH THE PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS SET BY DIRECTIVES 89/336 EEC, 92/31 EEC
AND 93/68 EEC REGARDING ELECTRO MAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC). IN
PARTICULAR IT CONFORMS WITH THE TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE EN 50199,
EN 60974-1 STANDARDS AND IS TO BE USED IN ALL INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS, NOT FOR
HOUSEHOLD USE.
GENOVA, JANUARY THE 1ST, 2005
MANAGING DIRECTOR
CARLO CURLETTO
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Valued Customer,
Hoping you will find our product to your satisfaction, we welcome you to our family,
informing you that the ERGUS marked machines have been ISO 9000:2001 certified, thus
guaranteeing greater product reliability and quality.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION .......................................................................................... 4
DESCRIPTION OF POWER SOURCE ........................................................................................ 6
1. Placing the equipment.............................................................................................................. 6
2. Receipt of materials ................................................................................................................. 6
3. Front panel controls ................................................................................................................. 7
INSTALLATION AND USE.......................................................................................................... 8
INSTALLATION OF ELECTRODE MACHINE ............................................................................ 9
1. Electrode welding ................................................................................................................... 10
2. Electrode welding defects–troubleshooting ............................................................................ 11
INSTALLATION OF MACHINE IN TIG...................................................................................... 12
1.TIG welding ............................................................................................................................. 13
2.TIG welding defects – troubleshooting .................................................................................... 15
WHAT IF THE INVERTER DOESN’T WORK? ......................................................................... 16
AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES ................................................................................................... 17
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS ........................................................................................... 18
BLOCK DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................... 19
SPARE PARTS LIST ................................................................................................................. 24
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GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION
Electric shock
ELECTRIC SHOCK CAN KILL.
Do not touch the parts under high voltage;
Disconnect the power supply from mains before any intervention;
Operator must be insulated from the weld piece and from the ground, using insulated gloves
and clothing;
Do not work with damaged or poorly connected cables or with slack cable clamps;
Keep work clothing and your body, dry;
Do not work in moist or wet areas;
Do not lean against the weld pieces;
Protect the power source with a suitable circuit breaker, placed near the welder if possible;
Do not use the machine if any of its protection parts have been removed;
Make sure that the mains in use is earthed.
Explosions
Do not weld above or near containers under high pressure;
Do not weld recipients that contain fuel or inflammables;
Do not weld in areas containing explosive dusts, gases or vapours;
Always use a pressure gauge to connect the machine gas hose to the bottle;
Do not use damaged or leaking bottles;
Do not use bottles that do not show what kind of gas they contain;
Do not expose bottles to sources of excessive heat;
Never mix the gas inside bottles;
Have always refilled bottles by specialized companies;
Avoid accidental contact between bottles and the electrode or other parts under voltage;
Replace gas hoses that show damage;
Keep pressure reducer efficient;
Use only pressure reducers manufactured for the specific gas.
Fire
Avoid flames being generated by sparks, slag and incandescent materials;
Make sure that fire extinguishing devices are available near the work area;
Remove inflammable and combustible materials from the area.
Burns
Protect the body from burns and ultraviolet radiations by wearing protective flameproof clothing (gloves –
headwear – shoes – helmets, etc.);
Wear a welding helmet;
Keep the electrode or torch tip away from your body and other people’s bodies;
Make sure that there is first aid equipment near the work area;
Do not wear contact lenses, the intense heat of the arc could glue them to the cornea;
Replace mask glass if it is damaged or not suited to the specific welding job;
Wait for the welded parts to cool completely before touching them with your hands.
Fumes
Welding produces fumes and harmful metallic dusts, therefore;
If working in closed areas, use exhaust fans;
Clean the weld piece if solvents or other materials that can release toxic gases are present on its surface;
Do not weld metals covered with or containing lead, cadmium, graphite, zinc, chrome, mercury, if there is not
an adequate exhaust fan;
WARNING: do not use oxygen for ventilation!!!
Radiation
The welding arc produces radiation that can damage eyes and burn the skin. The welding arc is considered
dangerous up to a distance of 15m (50 ft). Use suitable protection.
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Noise
The welding arc respects current legislation on noise levels (not exceeding 80db); Protective ear
plugs or muffs must be worn to avoid damage when working overhead or in small areas.
Electromagnetic disturbance
The power source respects legislation regarding electromagnetic disturbances and is suitable for
work in industrial surroundings.
However, it is necessary to remember and take necessary provisions if there are disturbances to:
Data transmission systems;
Communication devices;
Switch board controls;
Safety equipment;
Calibration and measurement instruments.
Pacemaker wearers
The magnetic fields coming from high votage or frequency can interfere with pacemakers.
Pacemaker wearers must consult their doctor before using this type of equipment or working in the area where it is
present.
Moving parts
Keep all protective doors and coverings in place;
Keep hands, hair and clothing away from moving parts (fan, rotator, wire feeder for MIG machines).
DANGER SIGNS
EXPLOSIVE MATERIAL
INFLAMMABLE MATERIAL
GENERIC DANGER
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL
TENSION
POISONOUS SUBSTANCES
BLINDING
ACCIDENT PREVENTION SIGNS
SAFETY FOOTWEAR
REQUIRED
BODY PROTECTION
REQUIRED
EYE PROTECTION
REQUIRED
PROTECTIVE GLOVES
REQUIRED
EXTINGUISHER
FIRST AID
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HEARING PROTECTION
REQUIRED
DESCRIPTION OF POWER SOURCE
ADV series welding systems are designed for welding coated electrodes and for TIG welding with SCRATCH arc
ignition; their basic parts are:
1. Control electronics
2. Power electronics
Reduced size and weight make these welders ideal for operators having frequent moving jobs.
The inverter frequency eliminates the characteristic noise of old generation electronic power sources. The welding
bead is more effectively controlled due to the progress of electronic research.
The quality of materials used for manufacturing the ERGUS machines guarantees high performance, long life and
low maintenance.
BEFORE PLUGING AND USE, READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAREFULLY.
By following the instructions you can avoid incorrect machine installation.
Damage due to incorrect use invalidates the guarantee.
FOR SPECIAL MAINTENANCE, CONTACT THE DEALER. REPAIRS MADE BY UNAUTHORISED SERVICE
CENTRES INVALIDATE THE GUARANTEE.
Welding power sources are designed for professional use and must be used exclusively by qualified personnel.
This equipment can work under particularly heavy duty and with temperatures between –10°C (14°F) and +40°C
(104°F).
1. Placing the equipment
Avoid placing the equipment in areas that limit the air flow from the fan and from the ventilation grids (do not cover
the power source).
Make sure that the environment temperature does not exceed of 40°C (104°F), that there is no wet air containing
dusts, acids, salts, concentrations of ferrous or metallic dust.
Check that the mains voltage is the same as the power source voltage.
Make sure that the power available from the mains is adequate for the power required by the generator (see
technical data).
Make sure that the working conditions conform with the IP 21 S protection degree.
Casings ensure protection of the electrical components against external agents and against direct contact. They
have various degrees of protection against solids and water, depending on the conditions they are used in.
The degree of protection is shown by the letters IP followed by two digits: the first digit shows the degree of
protection against solid objects and the second the degree of protection against water.
I
Digit
Description
II
Digit
Description
Additional
field
2
Protected against solid objects larger
than 12 mm (for example: a finger).
1
Protected against drops
of water falling vertically.
S
Description
Equipment
operation.
not
in
2. Receipt of materials
The package contains:
1 power source;
1 user manual;
1 belt.
Make sure that all the materials listed above are in the package. If anything is missing, contact your dealer.
Make sure that the generator has not been damaged during transport. If damage is found, promptly contact your
dealer.
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3. Front panel controls
1 on the back panel
2
4
3
5
6
INVERT 120/40 ADV – 130/40 ADV - 130/60 ADV – 140/35 ADV -140/50 ADV – 160/50 ADV
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
“ON-OFF” SWITCH
“ON” LED INDICATOR
OVERHEATING LED
OUTPUT CURRENT KNOB
POSITIVE CONNECTOR
NEGATIVE CONNECTOR
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INSTALLATION AND USE
Machine installation must be done by qualified personnel. All connections must be done in conformity with current
specifications and with respect for industrial accident prevention regulations.
Before connecting the power source to the mains, check that it is between 210 V and 250 V. Mains receptacle
must be earthed. Only the G-PROT models can be connected to the power generator, since they already have a
device that protects them from hight voltage peaks.
Tables of lengths and sections
Mains used must always supply the required power.
In some applications extension cables are necessary to reach the work area. To ensure maximum power source
output, abide by the following tables showing the section of the extention cables vs. length.
WELDING STICK OF 2,50 MM (3/32”) (100A)
WELDING STICK OF 3,25 MM(1/8”) (140A-160A)
20 mt
2,5 mmq
10 mt
2,5 mmq
30 mt
4 mmq
20 mt
4 mmq
50 mt
6 mmq
30 mt
6 mmq
NOTE: For different lengths, use a proportional section size.
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INSTALLATION OF ELECTRODE MACHINE
All welding parameter controls are placed on the welding machine front panel.
Plug the power cord into a 230V single phase mains socket, making sure that it is earthed.
Ref. 1
Ref. 2
Ref. 3
Ref. 4
Switch-on for the inverter ignition.
“ON” LED indicator.
LED indicating inverter blockage due to overheating.
Power knob for welding current output.
Electrodes 1,60 mm (1/16”): minimum current 30A maximum current 50A
Electrodes 2,00 mm (5/64”): minimum current 40A maximum current 70A
Electrodes 2,50 mm (3/32”): minimum current 70A maximum current 110A
Electrodes 3,25 mm (1/8”): minimum current 110A maximum current 140A
Electrodes 4,00 mm (5/32”): minimum current 140A maximum current 180A
Ref. 5 Ref. 6 Connect positive (+) and negative (-) connectors to the earth cable and the electrode holder.
Rutile electrodes need the electrode holder be connected to negative pole (-) while basic electrodes need the
electrode holder connected to positive pole (+). In any case, for each type of electrode consult the instructions
printed on the electrode box.
The HOT START function is automatic.
Insert the un-coated end of the electrode into the holder. Connect the earth terminal to the weld piece. Scratch the
electrode on the piece. To end welding, move the electrode away and the arc will extinguish.
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1. Electrode welding
Arc welding with coated electrodes is a fusion procedure that uses an electric arc as a source of heat. This is
formed between the extremities of a coated electrode and a base material.
The heat developed by the arc melts the base material, the rod and part of the coating. The remaining part of it
burns into smoke, creating an atmosphere that protects the welding bead from the oxidising action of the air.
The part of the coating that enters the weldong bath separates from the metal, moving to the surface where it forms
the slag which contributes in protecting against air.
The procedure can be done in all welding positions.
WELDING POSITIONS
There are four basic positions:
 Surface: the electrode is applied from above and the parts to weld are in a horizontal position.

Frontal: the electrode is applied horizontally with the parts to weld in a vertical position.
 Vertical: the electrode acts vertically and the parts to weld are in the same position. They are
distinguished in two positions: Vertical ascending: the electrode moves upwards; Vertical descending:
the electrode moves downwards.
ASCENDING
DESCENDING
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NB: Descending welding needs a quick movement, while ascending welding needs a slow movement which heats
the material to be welded.

Overhead: the electrode works upwards, while the parts to weld are in a horizontal position.
FOR OPTIMAL WELDING ON MATERIALS OF CONSISTENT THICKNESS, THE EDGES TO BE JOINED
SHOULD BE PREPARED FOR WELDING BEFORE PROCEEDING.
2. Electrode welding defects–troubleshooting
DEFECT
1. Air bubbles in the bead
(porosity).
2. Visible cracks in the bead
immediately after
solidification.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
A. Wet electrodes.
B. Welding current to high.
C. Greasy or painted Surfaces
A. Joints too rigid.
B. Welding throat too thin.
C. Cooling too quick.
A.
3. Fissure due to slight filling of
B.
the split.
C.
D.
Welding current too low.
Electrode too big for the joint.
Insufficient split.
Incorrect welding sequence.
A. Electrodes too thin for the
piece to be welded.
B. Welding current too low.
4. Portions of the welded piece
C. Electrode used with incorrect
not melted with the sheet
slope.
metal or with the joint.
D. Weldingf speed too fast.
E. Slag or dirt on the surface of
the piece.
5. Non metallic material
trapped in the weld bead
(slag included).
A. Particles trapped in the lower
layers of the preceding
passages.
B. Joint prepared too tight.
C. An irregular deposit helps the
slag to stay trapped.
D. Slight penetration with slag
trapped under the welding
bath.
E. Rust or chips prevent total
melting.
F. Wrong electrode for the
welding position.
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REMEDIES
A. Dry electrodes before use.
B. Reduce welding current.
C. Clean joints before welding them.
A. Eliminate tension problems due to the
shape of joints.
B. Reduce welding speed to allow for a
thicker deposit.
C. Pre-heat the piece and cool it more
slowly.
A.
B.
C.
D.
Increase welding current.
Use electrodes of a smaller diameter.
Enlarge split.
Place the pieces in a correct sequence.
A. Use electrodes of a larger diameter and
pre-heat the piece.
B. Increase welding current.
C. Correct the welding angle towards the
base plate.
D. Reduce the welding speed.
E. Clean the surface before welding.
A. In situations of slight base welding, clean
slag and pass on the base again with an
electrode of a smaller diameter.
B. Guarantee enough space for slag
cleaning.
C. If necessary, grind the slight or the
irregular part.
D. Remove all slag from corners. Use
smaller electrodes with higher current for
suitable penetration.
E. Clean the joint before welding.
F. Use electrodes suited to the welding
position, otherwise it will be difficult to
remove the slag.
INSTALLATION OF MACHINE IN TIG
TIG DC WELDING (CARBON STEEL – STAINLESS STEEL – COPPER)
Connect the mains power cable to a 230V single phase line, making sure that the socket is earthed.
Place the gas bottle in a safe place and make sure that it is well secured.
Connect the TIG torch gas hose to the pressure gauge following the manufacturer’s instructions which are
included with the gauge. Pure ARGON gas recommended 4-8 lt./min. (1-2 gallon/min).
Ref. 4 Power knob with potentiometer for welding current output.
Ref. 5 Positive connector (+)for the earth cable.
Ref. 6 Negative connector (-) for the TIG torch power cable.
Open the gas valve on the TIG torch handle and ignite the welding arc by placing the electrode tip on the piece
to be welded, then lift it slowly to a distance of 3-4 mm. (0.16 in.); arc extinguishing by completion of welding is
done by electrode removal from the welding piece; let the gas outflow for a few seconds (6-8 seconds) to avoid
electrode oxidation and help electrode cooling, then close the gas valve.
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1.TIG welding
TIG welding is a fusion procedure that uses as a source of heat an electric arc created between an infusible
tungsten electrode and the base material to be welded. For TIG welding an inert gas must be used (ARGON) which
protects the welding bead. If filling material is used, it is made up of rods suitable to the material to be welded
(steel, steinless steel, copper, etc).
ELECTRIC CURRENT
TORCH
INERT GAS
ROD
TUNGSTEN ELECTRODE
DEPOSIT
MELTED AREA
PENETRATION
PROTECTIVE GAS
BASE MATERIAL
In TIG mode, welding it is possible in all positions: flat, angle, on the edge, vertical and overhead. Furthermore,
with respect to other types of welding, the welded joint has greater mechanical resistance, greater corrosion
resistance and limited heating in the welded area which limits distortion. Welding can be done even without weld
material, guaranteeing a smooth, shiny weld with no impurities or slag.
Electrode selection and preparation
WELDING CURRENT AND RELATIVE ELECTRODE DIAMETER
electrode (mm) Range of welding current setting (A)
1.0 (.04 in)
1.6 (.063 in)
2.4 (.094 in)
15-75
60-150
130-240
The electrode should be pointed according to the welding current.
Angle @
[°]
Range of current
[A]
30
60-90
90-120
120
0-30
30-120
120-250
>250
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Welding method
Pre-heat the starting point in the work piece, by moving the torch in small circles until the weld bead is formed.
The electrode must be held at about 6 mm (.23 in) from the piece; as soon as the melted bead forms, proceed
slowly at constant speed in order to make a melted seam uniform in penetration and width.
If filling material is used, keep the rod sloped and about 20 mm (.79 in) from the piece.
When the weld seam becomes fluid, move the torch back and add material, touching the rod to the bead.
Pull the rod away and position the torch back near the weld pool.
Repeat this operation quickly and constantly so that the weld remains homogenous.
TIG WELDING PARAMETERS FOR STEEL
Thickness
Direct current for
of
iron (A)
material
1.0mm
35-45
(.04 in)
40-50
Direct current
for stainless
steel (A)
20-30
25-35
Tungsten
electrode
diameter
1.0mm
(.04 in)
Rod diameter Argon gas
(if required) flow (lt/min)
1.6mm
(.06 in)
(1.3-1.8gal/min)
5-7
Type of joint
Corner joint /
Surface joint
1.2mm
(.047 in)
45-55
50-60
30-45
35-50
1.0mm
(.04 in)
1.6mm
(.06 in)
(1.3-1.8gal/min)
Corner joint /
Surface joint
1.6mm
(.06 in)
60-70
70-90
40-60
50-70
1.6mm
(.06 in)
1.6mm
(.06 in)
7
(1.8 gal/min)
Corner joint /
Surface joint
3.2mm
(.13 in)
80-100
90-115
65-85
90-110
1.6mm
(.06 in)
2.4mm
(.09 in)
7
(1.8 gal/min)
Corner joint /
Surface joint
4.8mm
(.19 in)
115-135
140-165
100-125
125-150
2.4mm
(.09 in)
3.2mm
(.13 in)
10
(2.6 gal/min)
Corner joint /
Surface joint
6.4mm
(.25 in)
160-175
170-200
135-160
160-180
3.2mm
(.13 in)
4.0mm
(.16 in)
10
(2.6 gal/min)
Corner joint /
Surface joint
TIG welding parameters in direct current (DC).
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5-7
2.TIG welding defects – troubleshooting
DEFECT
POSSIBLE CAUSES
1. The electrode melts
when the arc
A. Electrode connected to the “+” pole.
strikes.
2. Dirty welding bath.
A. Electrode contaminated from contact
with the welding bath or rod.
B. Gas contaminated with air.
REMEDIES
A. Connect the electrode to the “-“ pole.
A. Remake the electrode tip.
B. Check the gas hoses or change bottle.
A. Tungsten electrode too big for the
welding current.
A. Check for obstacles in the gas lines and
check the bottle.
B. Clean the torch.
C. Replace the gas hoses.
D. Detach the gas feed from the torch and
increase pressure to blow away
impurities.
E. Open.
F. Open.
G. Lower welding current or replace the
electrode with a larger one.
A. Increase the gas flow or check the gas
feed line.
A. Select the right size electrode.
(Reference table 3).
6. The welding arc
doesn’t stabilize.
A. Earth clamp not connected to the
piece, or connectors not connected to
the right poles.
B. Incorrect gas flow, empty bottle or
closed valve.
A. Connect the earth clamp to the weld
piece or connect torch cables and earth
to the right connectors.
B. Correct the gas flow, change bottle or
open the valve.
7. The arc doesn’t
strike smoothly.
A. Tungsten electrode too big for the
welding current.
B. Tungsten electrode not adequate for
the job.
C. Gas flow too high.
D. Wrong gas being used.
E. Poor contact between earth clamp
and weld piece.
A. Select the right size electrode.
(Reference table 3).
B. Select the right type of electrode.
(Reference table 4).
C. Select the right gas flow for the job.
D. Select the right type of gas. (Reference
table 6).
E. Ensure good contact between earth
clamp and weld piece.
A.
B.
C.
3. The electrode melts
D.
or oxidises when
E.
the arc strikes.
F.
G.
4. Welding visibly
slight.
5. Arc unstable during
TIG welding.
No gas available on the welding bath.
Torch clogged by impurities.
Gas hose cut.
Gas pathway contains impurities.
Gas valve closed.
Torch valve closed.
Electrode too small for current being
used.
A. Inadequate protective gas.
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WHAT IF THE INVERTER DOESN’T WORK?
The welder doesn’t switch-on: check the mains connection and the switch position (1).
Irregular electrode welding:
Check correct connection of the cable holder and earth clamp according to the electrode being used.
Check that the welding current is appropriate for the electrode and the piece to be welded.
Check that the electrodes are not wet or damaged.
Check that the weld piece is not excessively dirty, greasy, etc.
Check that the earth clamp is well connected to the weld piece.
The welder doesn’t generate the power required:
Check that the mains voltage is between 210V-250V (even during welding)
If extension cables are used, make sure that they conform to the table on page 8.

In TIG welding
The torch spatters during welding:
Check that the torch and earth are correctly connected.
Check that gas is present and that the flow is sufficient.
Check that the weld piece is not greasy or dirty.
Check that the weld piece isn’t composed of alloys incompatible with the power source used.
Check that the electrode is the right colour for the material to be welded.
Check if too high a current setting is being used.
Duty Cycle too short:
Check that the fan is turning.
Check if the fan is blocked and that air circulates from the air grids.
Check if the working environment is too hot.
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AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES
CODE:
DESCRIPTION:
0000KIT16G
0000KIT25G
0000KIT17V4
0000KIT17V8
MISS001200
0000KIT16GV
0000KIT25GV
0123420001
Welding set with clamps and 16 sqmm cables
Welding set with clamps and 25 sqmm cables
TIG 17V4 torch, 4 m with manual valve
TIG 17V8 torch, 8 m with manual valve
Grey case
Plastic Suitcase with 16G welding set
Plastic Suitcase with 25G welding set
G BOX (adaptor for operating with power generators; already included in
the G-PROT model).
Welding helmet
Pressure gauge with two manometers
Pressure gauge with flowmeter
Pressure gauge with one manometer
Disposable ARGON bottle (110 lt)
0000090390
00008018-L
000080RB-F
000RID1MAN
0000019011
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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
INVERT 120/40
Mains voltage
Frequency
OCV
Electrode Nominal Power
TIG DC Nominal Power
INVERT 130/40
INVERT 130/60
INVERT 140/50
INVERT 160/50
INVERT 140/50 G-PROT
INVERT 160/50 G-PROT
INVERT 140-35
230V ±10%
230V ±10%
230V ±10%
230V ±10%
230V ±10%
230V ±10%
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
95 V
95 V
95 V
95 V
95 V
95 V
3,7 KW
4,1 KW
4,1 KW
4,5 KW
4,5 KW
5,3 KW
2,2 KW
2,5 KW
2,5 KW
2,7 KW
2,7 KW
3,3 KW
Electrode arc voltage
20,2 – 24,8 V
20,2 – 25,2 V
20,2 – 25,2 V
20,2 – 25,6 V
20,2 – 25,6 V
20,2 – 26,4 V
TIG arc voltage
10,2 – 14,8 V
10,2 – 15,2 V
10,2 – 15,2 V
10,2 – 15,6 V
10,2 – 15,6 V
10,2 – 16,4 V
Nominal current
19 A
21 A
21 A
23 A
23 A
27 A
Protective Fuses
16 A time-lag
16 A time-lag
16 A time-lag
16 A time-lag
16 A time-lag
16 A time-lag
TIG DC duty cycle
120 A – 50%
130 A – 60%
130 A – 70%
140A - 45%
140 A – 60%
160 A – 60%
85 A
100 A
110 A
95 A
110 A
125 A
TIG DC output at 100% duty
cycle
120 A – 40%
130 A – 40%
130 A – 60%
140A - 35%
140 A – 50%
160 A – 50%
Electrode output at 100% duty
cycle
75 A
80 A
100 A
85 A
100 A
110 A
Power factor
0,85
0,85
0,85
0,85
0,85
0,85
IP 21 S
IP 21 S
IP 21 S
IP 21 S
IP 21 S
IP 21 S
Electrode duty cycle
Degree of protection
Insulation Class
F
F
F
F
F
F
-10°C+40°C
-10°C+40°C
-10°C+40°C
-10°C+40°C
-10°C+40°C
-10°C+40°C
250x130x220
250x130x220
250x130x220
250x130x220
285x155x220
285x155x220
Size (in)
9.84x5.11x8.66
9.84x5.11x8.66
9.84x5.11x8.66
9.84x5.11x8.66
11.22x6.10x8.66
11.22x6.10x8.66
Weight
5,25 Kg
(11.57 lbs)
5,25 Kg
(11.57 lbs)
5,25 Kg
(11.57 lbs)
5,25 Kg
(11.57 lbs)
6,05 Kg
(13.33 lbs)
6,05 Kg
(13.33 lbs)
Electrode output range
5 – 120 A
5 – 130 A
5 – 130 A
5-140A
5 – 140 A
5 – 160 A
Working temperature
Size (mm)
TIG DC output range
5 – 120 A
5 – 130 A
5 – 130 A
5-140A
5 – 140 A
5 – 160 A
Hot start
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Arc force
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Antisticking
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Type of arc ignition
SCRATCH
SCRATCH
SCRATCH
SCRATCH
SCRATCH
SCRATCH
N.B: The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes to product specifications at any time and without notice.
The manufacturer is relieved of all liability for improper or incorrect use of its products that could harm persons or
things.
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BLOCK DIAGRAM
INVERT 120-40; 130-40; 130-60; 140-35
19
INVERT 140/50 ADV
20
INVERT160/50 ADV
21
INVERT 140/50 ADV G-PROT
22
INVERT 160/50 ADV G-PROT
23
SPARE PARTS LIST
INVERT 120/40 ADV
Nr.
TEC.LA Code
Descrizione
Description
1 DDF115.120.ELE.02.00
INVERT 120/40 ADV
INVERT 120/40 ADV
2 Y.DD.COPE.115.01.00
COPERCHIO CON MANIGLIA
COVER WITH HANDLE
3 Y.DD.MANO.438.01.00
MANOPOLA
KNOB
4 MMCD00100
DINSE 25
INVERTER –GRUPPO DI
POTENZA
CONNECTOR DINSE 25
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
BOTTOM PLATE
7 MMVV00100
VENTILATORE
FAN
8 MMTVG00300
PROTEGGIDITA
FAN GRID
9 CAVO.001.002.00
CAVO ALIMENTAZIONE
MAINS POWER CABLE W/PLUG
10 MEER00350
FILTRO EMI
EMI FILTER
11 MEYB00300
INTERRUTTORE
ON/OFF SWITCH
12 MISS00500
SCATOLA CARTONE
CARDBOARD BOX
13 SC.100ASMT.00.00.00
LOGICA DI POTENZA
POWER LOGICS PCB*
14 MERPD100K
POTENZIOMETRO
POTENTIOMETRE
15 MMAG00300
CORNICE PLASTICA
PLASTIC FRAME
16 CARP.023.016.00
SQUADRETTA DI SOSTEGNO
ANGLE HOLDER
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
BOTTOM PLATE
5 SC.INV140A.01.00.00
22 COMPLETA
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POWER INVERTER
63 Y.DD.TRAS.438.01.00
SUPPORTO PLASTICA PER
PIASTRA BONSAI
INDUTTANZA PIASTRA STICK
BONSAI
TRASFORMATORE
65 Y.DD.DISS.438.01.00
MODULO DISSIPATORE DIODI
HEAT DISSIPATOR W/DIODES
66
DIODO BYV52-200
OUTPUT DIODE
61 MMSD00200
62 Y.DD.INDU.438.01.00
*Please always mention the type of machine.
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PLASTIC PLATE
INDUCTANCE
TRANSFORMER LITZ
INVERT 130/40 ADV
Nr.
TEC.LA Code
Descrizione
Description
1 DDF115.130.ELE.04.00
INVERT 130/40 ADV
INVERT 130/40 ADV
2 Y.DD.COPE.115.01.00
COPERCHIO CON MANIGLIA
COVER WITH HANDLE
3 Y.DD.MANO.438.01.00
MANOPOLA
KNOB
4 MMCD00100
DINSE 25
INVERTER –GRUPPO DI
POTENZA
CONNECTOR DINSE 25
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
BOTTOM PLATE
7 MMVV00100
VENTILATORE
FAN
8 MMTVG00300
PROTEGGIDITA
FAN GRID
9 CAVO.001.002.00
CAVO ALIMENTAZIONE
MAINS POWER CABLE W/PLUG
10 MEER00350
FILTRO EMI
EMI FILTER
11 MEYB00300
INTERRUTTORE
ON/OFF SWITCH
12 MISS00500
SCATOLA CARTONE
CARDBOARD BOX
13 SC.100ASMT.00.00.00
LOGICA DI POTENZA
POWER LOGICS PCB*
14 MERPD100K
POTENZIOMETRO
POTENTIOMETRE
15 MMAG00300
CORNICE PLASTICA
PLASTIC FRAME
16 CARP.023.016.00
SQUADRETTA DI SOSTEGNO
ANGLE HOLDER
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
BOTTOM PLATE
5 SC.INV140A.01.00.00
22 COMPLETA
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POWER INVERTER
63 Y.DD.TRAS.438.01.00
SUPPORTO PLASTICA PER
PIASTRA BONSAI
INDUTTANZA PIASTRA STICK
BONSAI
TRASFORMATORE
65 Y.DD.DISS.438.01.00
MODULO DISSIPATORE DIODI
HEAT DISSIPATOR W/DIODES
66
DIODO BYV52-200
OUTPUT DIODE
61 MMSD00200
62 Y.DD.INDU.438.01.00
*Please always mention the type of machine.
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PLASTIC PLATE
INDUCTANCE
TRANSFORMER LITZ
INVERT 120/40 ADV
MANU.115.M.ADV.00
INVERT 130/40 ADV
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INVERT 130/60 ADV
Nr.
TEC.LA Code
Descrizione
Description
1 DDF115.130.ELE.05.00
INVERT 130/60 ADV
INVERT 130/60 ADV
2 Y.DD.COPE.115.01.00
COPERCHIO CON MANIGLIA
COVER WITH HANDLE
3 Y.DD.MANO.438.01.00
MANOPOLA
KNOB
4 MMCD00100
DINSE 25
INVERTER –GRUPPO DI
POTENZA
CONNECTOR DINSE 25
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
BOTTOM PLATE
7 MMVV00100
VENTILATORE
FAN
8 MMTVG00300
PROTEGGIDITA
FAN GRID
9 CAVO.001.002.00
CAVO ALIMENTAZIONE
MAINS POWER CABLE W/PLUG
10 MEER00350
FILTRO EMI
EMI FILTER
11 MEYB00300
INTERRUTTORE
ON/OFF SWITCH
12 MISS00500
SCATOLA CARTONE
CARDBOARD BOX
13 SC.100ASMT.00.00.00
LOGICA DI POTENZA
POWER LOGICS PCB*
14 MERPD100K
POTENZIOMETRO
POTENTIOMETRE
15 MMAG00300
CORNICE PLASTICA
PLASTIC FRAME
16 CARP.023.016.00
SQUADRETTA DI SOSTEGNO
ANGLE HOLDER
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
BOTTOM PLATE
5 SC.INV140A.01.00.00
22 COMPLETA
22
POWER INVERTER
63 Y.DD.TRAS.438.01.00
SUPPORTO PLASTICA PER
PIASTRA BONSAI
INDUTTANZA PIASTRA STICK
BONSAI
TRASFORMATORE
65 Y.DD.DISS.438.01.00
MODULO DISSIPATORE DIODI
HEAT DISSIPATOR W/DIODES
66
DIODO BYV52-200
OUTPUT DIODE
61 MMSD00200
62 Y.DD.INDU.438.01.00
*Please always mention the type of machine.
MANU.115.M.ADV.00
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PLASTIC PLATE
INDUCTANCE
TRANSFORMER LITZ
INVERT 140/35 ADV
Nr.
TEC.LA Code
Descrizione
Description
1 DDF115.140.ELE.02.00
INVERT 140/35 ADV
INVERT 140/35 ADV
2 Y.DD.COPE.115.01.00
COPERCHIO CON MANIGLIA
COVER WITH HANDLE
3 Y.DD.MANO.438.01.00
MANOPOLA
KNOB
4 MMCD00100
DINSE 25
INVERTER –GRUPPO DI
POTENZA
CONNECTOR DINSE 25
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
BOTTOM PLATE
7 MMVV00100
VENTILATORE
FAN
8 MMTVG00300
PROTEGGIDITA
FAN GRID
9 CAVO.001.002.00
CAVO ALIMENTAZIONE
MAINS POWER CABLE W/PLUG
10 MEER00350
FILTRO EMI
EMI FILTER
11 MEYB00300
INTERRUTTORE
ON/OFF SWITCH
12 MISS00500
SCATOLA CARTONE
CARDBOARD BOX
13 SC.100ASMT.00.00.00
LOGICA DI POTENZA
POWER LOGICS PCB*
14 MERPD100K
POTENZIOMETRO
POTENTIOMETRE
15 MMAG00300
CORNICE PLASTICA
PLASTIC FRAME
16 CARP.023.016.00
SQUADRETTA DI SOSTEGNO
ANGLE HOLDER
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
BOTTOM PLATE
5 SC.INV140A.01.00.00
22 COMPLETA
22
POWER INVERTER
63 Y.DD.TRAS.438.01.00
SUPPORTO PLASTICA PER
PIASTRA BONSAI
INDUTTANZA PIASTRA STICK
BONSAI
TRASFORMATORE
65 Y.DD.DISS.438.01.00
MODULO DISSIPATORE DIODI
HEAT DISSIPATOR W/DIODES
66
DIODO BYV52-200
OUTPUT DIODE
61 MMSD00200
62 Y.DD.INDU.438.01.00
*Please always mention the type of machine.
28
PLASTIC PLATE
INDUCTANCE
TRANSFORMER LITZ
INVERT 130/60 ADV
MANU.115.M.ADV.00
INVERT 140/35 ADV
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INVERT 140/50 ADV
Nr.
TEC.LA Code
Descrizione
Description
1 DDF115.140.ELE.03.00
INVERT 140/50 ADV
INVERT 140/50 ADV
2 Y.DD.COPE.115.02.00
COPERCHIO CON MANIGLIA
COVER WITH HANDLE
3 Y.DD.MANO.438.01.00
MANOPOLA
KNOB
4 MMCD00100
DINSE 25
INVERTER –GRUPPO DI
POTENZA
CONNECTOR DINSE 25
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
BOTTOM PLATE
7 MMVV00200
VENTILATORE
FAN
8 MMTVG00250
PROTEGGIDITA
FAN GRID
9 CAVO.001.002.00
CAVO ALIMENTAZIONE
MAINS POWER CABLE W/PLUG
10 MEER00350
FILTRO EMI
EMI FILTER
11 MEYB00300
INTERRUTTORE
ON/OFF SWITCH
12 MISS00600
SCATOLA CARTONE
CARDBOARD
13 SC.100ASMT.00.00.00
LOGICA DI POTENZA
POWER LOGICS PCB*
14 MERPD100K
POTENZIOMETRO
POTENTIOMETRE
16 CARP.024.016.00
SQUADRETTA DI SOSTEGNO
ANGLE HOLDER
15 MMAG00400
CORNICE PLASTICA
PLASTIC FRAME
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
SUPPORTO PIASTRA PER
PIASTRA
BOTTOM PLATE
62 Y.DD.INDU.438.01.00
INDUTTANZA
INDUCTANCE
63 Y.DD.TRAS.438.01.00
TRASFORMATORE
TRANSFORMER
65 Y.DD.DISS.438.01.00
MODULO DISSIPATORE DIODI
HEAT DISSIPATOR W/DIODES
66
DIODO DI USCITA
OUTPUT DIODE
5 SC.INV140A.02.00.00
61 MMSD00200
22 COMPLETA
*Please always mention the type of machine.
MANU.115.M.ADV.00
30
22
POWER INVERTER
PLASTIC PLATE
INVERT 140/50 G-PROT
Nr.
TEC.LA Code
2 Y.DD.COPE.115.02.00
Descrizione
INVERT 140/50 ADV CON
PROTEZIONE
COPERCHIO CON MANIGLIA
Description
INVERT 140/50 ADV WITH
PROTECTION
COVER WITH HANDLE
3 Y.DD.MANO.438.01.00
MANOPOLA
KNOB
4 MMCD00100
DINSE 25
5 SC.INV140A.02.00.00
INVERTER –GRUPPO DI POTENZA POWER INVERTER
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
BOTTOM PLATE
7 MMVV00200
VENTILATORE
FAN
8 MMTVG00250
PROTEGGIDITA
FAN GRID
9 CAVO.001.002.00
CAVO ALIMENTAZIONE
MAINS POWER CABLE W/PLUG
10 MEER00350
FILTRO EMI
EMI FILTER
11 MEYB00300
INTERRUTTORE
ON/OFF SWITCH
12 MISS00600
SCATOLA CARTONE
CARDBOARD
13 SC.100ASMT.00.00.00
LOGICA DI POTENZA
POWER LOGICS PCB*
14 MERPD100K
POTENZIOMETRO
POTENTIOMETRE
16 CARP.024.016.00
SQUADRETTA DI SOSTEGNO
ANGLE HOLDER
15 MMAG00400
CORNICE PLASTICA
PLASTIC FRAME
17 SC.PROTHV.00.00.00
SCHEDA PROTEZIONE
HIGHT VOLTAGE PROTECTION PCB
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
SUPPORTO PIASTRA PER
PIASTRA
BOTTOM PLATE
62 Y.DD.INDU.438.01.00
INDUTTANZA
INDUCTANCE
63 Y.DD.TRAS.438.01.00
TRASFORMATORE
TRANSFORMER
65 Y.DD.DISS.438.01.00
MODULO DISSIPATORE DIODI
HEAT DISSIPATOR W/DIODES
66
DIODO DI USCITA
OUTPUT DIODE
1 DDF115.140.ELE.04.00
61 MMSD00200
22 COMPLETA
22
CONNECTOR DINSE 25
*Please always mention the type of machine.
31
PLASTIC PLATE
INVERT 140/50 ADV
MANU.115.M.ADV.00
INVERT 140/50 ADV G-PROT
32
INVERT 160/50 ADV
Nr.
TEC.LA Code
Descrizione
Description
1 DDF115.160.ELE.02.00
INVERT 160/50 ADV
INVERT 160/50 ADV
2 Y.DD.COPE.115.02.00
COPERCHIO CON MANIGLIA
COVER WITH HANDLE
3 Y.DD.MANO.438.01.00
MANOPOLA
KNOB
4 MMCD00100
DINSE 25
INVERTER –GRUPPO DI
POTENZA
CONNECTOR DINSE 25
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
BOTTOM PLATE
7 MMVV00200
VENTILATORE
FAN
8 MMTVG00250
PROTEGGIDITA
FAN GRID
9 CAVO.001.002.00
CAVO ALIMENTAZIONE
MAINS POWER CABLE W/PLUG
10 MEER00350
FILTRO EMI
EMI FILTER
11 MEYB00300
INTERRUTTORE
ON/OFF SWITCH
12 MISS00600
SCATOLA CARTONE
CARDBOARD
13 SC.100ASMT.00.00.00
LOGICA DI POTENZA
POWER LOGICS PCB*
14 MERPD100K
POTENZIOMETRO
POTENTIOMETRE
16 CARP.024.016.00
SQUADRETTA DI SOSTEGNO
ANGLE HOLDER
15 MMAG00400
CORNICE PLASTICA
PLASTIC FRAME
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
SUPPORTO PLASTICA PER
PIASTRA
BOTTOM PLATE
62 Y.DD.INDU.438.01.00
INDUTTANZA
INDUCTANCE
63 Y.DD.TRAS.438.01.00
TRASFORMATORE
TRANSFORMER
65 Y.DD.DISS.438.01.00
MODULO DISSIPATORE DIODI
HEAT DISSIPATOR W/DIODES
66
DIODO DI USCITA
OUTPUT DIODE
5 SC.INV140A.03.00.00
61 MMSD00200
22 COMPLETA
*Please always mention the type of machine.
MANU.115.M.ADV.00
33
22
POWER INVERTER
PLASTIC PLATE
INVERT 160/50 G-PROT
Nr.
TEC.LA Code
Descrizione
Description
2 Y.DD.COPE.115.02.00
INVERT 160/50 ADV CON
PROTEZIONE
COPERCHIO CON MANIGLIA
INVERT 160/50 ADV WITH
PROTECTION
COVER WITH HANDLE
3 Y.DD.MANO.438.01.00
MANOPOLA
KNOB
4 MMCD00100
DINSE 25
5 SC.INV140A.03.00.00
INVERTER –GRUPPO DI POTENZA POWER INVERTER
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
BOTTOM PLATE
7 MMVV00200
VENTILATORE
FAN
8 MMTVG00250
PROTEGGIDITA
FAN GRID
9 CAVO.001.002.00
CAVO ALIMENTAZIONE
MAINS POWER CABLE W/PLUG
10 MEER00350
FILTRO EMI
EMI FILTER
11 MEYB00300
INTERRUTTORE
ON/OFF SWITCH
12 MISS00600
SCATOLA CARTONE
CARDBOARD
13 SC.100ASMT.00.00.00
LOGICA DI POTENZA
POWER LOGICS PCB*
14 MERPD100K
POTENZIOMETRO
POTENTIOMETRE
16 CARP.024.016.00
SQUADRETTA DI SOSTEGNO
ANGLE HOLDER
15 MMAG00400
CORNICE PLASTICA
PLASTIC FRAME
17 SC.PROTHV.00.00.00
SCHEDA PROTEZIONE
HIGHT VOLTAGE PROTECTION PCB
6 PFON.001.010.00
PIASTRA DI FONDO
SUPPORTO PLASTICA PER
PIASTRA
BOTTOM PLATE
62 Y.DD.INDU.438.01.00
INDUTTANZA
INDUCTANCE
63 Y.DD.TRAS.438.01.00
TRASFORMATORE
TRANSFORMER
65 Y.DD.DISS.438.01.00
MODULO DISSIPATORE DIODI
HEAT DISSIPATOR W/DIODES
66
DIODO DI USCITA
OUTPUT DIODE
1 DDF115.160.ELE.03.00
61 MMSD00200
22 COMPLETA
22
CONNECTOR DINSE 25
*Please always mention the type of machine.
34
PLASTIC PLATE
INVERT 160/50 ADV
MANU.115.M.ADV.00
INVERT 160/50 ADV G-PROT
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