Lincoln Electric Air Vantage 600 SD Operating instructions

Lincoln Electric Air Vantage 600 SD Operating instructions
Operator’s Manual
AIR VANTAGE 600 SD
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| Issue Date Jun-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 Material Safety
Data Sheet (MSDS) 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.
SAFETY
SECTION A:
WARNINGS
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.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNINGS
Diesel Engines
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.
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
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.
The engine exhaust from this product contains chemicals known
to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other
reproductive harm.
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.
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.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.
2.c. Exposure to EMF fields in welding may have other health effects
which are now not known.
1.a. Turn the engine off before troubleshooting
and maintenance work unless the
maintenance work requires it to be running.
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.
1.b. Operate engines in open, well-ventilated areas or vent the engine
exhaust fumes outdoors.
2.d.2. Never coil the electrode lead around your body.
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.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.
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 with
electrodes which require special ventilation such
as stainless or hard facing (see instructions on
container or msds) 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. in confined spaces or in
some circumstances, outdoors, a respirator may
be required. additional precautions are also
required when welding on galvanized steel.
• 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.
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.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.
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.i. When working above floor level, use a safety belt to protect
yourself from a fall should you get a shock.
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
material safety data sheet (MSDS) and follow your employer’s
safety practices. MSDS 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.
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.
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.
7.b. Always keep cylinders in an upright position securely chained to
an undercarriage or fixed support.
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.
7.c. Cylinders should be located:
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.
•
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.
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).
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
6.e. Vent hollow castings or containers before heating, cutting or
welding. They may explode.
from the Compressed Gas Association 1235 Jefferson Davis
Highway, Arlington, VA 22202.
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.
FOR ELECTRICALLY
POWERED EQUIPMENT.
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.
8.a. Turn off input power using the disconnect
switch at the fuse box before working on the
equipment.
6.h. Also see item 1.c.
8.b. Install equipment in accordance with the U.S. National Electrical
Code, all local codes and the manufacturer’s recommendations.
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.
8.c. Ground the equipment in accordance with the U.S. National
Electrical Code and the manufacturer’s recommendations.
6.j. Do not use a welding power source for pipe thawing.
refer to
http://www.lincolnelectric.com/safety
for additional safety information.
Welding Safety
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AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Installation .......................................................................................................................................................................Section A
General Description.................................................................................................................................................................A-1
Technical Specifications..........................................................................................................................................................A-1
Safety Precautions ..................................................................................................................................................................A-2
VRD (Voltage Reduction Device) ..............................................................................................................................................A-2
Location and Ventilation ..........................................................................................................................................................A-2
Storing .........................................................................................................................................................................A-2
Stacking.......................................................................................................................................................................A-2
Angle of Operation........................................................................................................................................................A-3
Lifting ..........................................................................................................................................................................A-3
High Altitude Operation ................................................................................................................................................A-3
High Temperature Operation ........................................................................................................................................A-3
Cold Weather Starting ..................................................................................................................................................A-3
Towing.........................................................................................................................................................................A-4
Vehicle Mounting..........................................................................................................................................................A-4
Pre-Operation Engine Service..................................................................................................................................................A-4
Fuel..............................................................................................................................................................................A-4
Engine Cooling System.................................................................................................................................................A-4
Battery Connection.......................................................................................................................................................A-5
Exhaust Outlet Pipe ......................................................................................................................................................A-5
Spark Arrestor..............................................................................................................................................................A-5
Air Cleaner Install .........................................................................................................................................................A-5
Pre-Operation Engine and Compressor Service .......................................................................................................................A-6
Oil ................................................................................................................................................................................A-6
Fuel Use Diesel Fuel.....................................................................................................................................................A-6
Fuel Cap.......................................................................................................................................................................A-6
Engine Coolant .............................................................................................................................................................A-6
Remote Control .......................................................................................................................................................................A-7
Welding Terminals ..................................................................................................................................................................A-7
Welding Output Cables............................................................................................................................................................A-7
Pulse Welding .........................................................................................................................................................................A-7
Cable Installation ....................................................................................................................................................................A-7
Machine Grounding.................................................................................................................................................................A-8
Auxiliary Power Receptacles ...................................................................................................................................................A-8
Standby Power Connections....................................................................................................................................................A-9
Connection to Premises Wiring................................................................................................................................................A-9
Connection of Lincoln Electric Wire Feeders .....................................................................................................................A-10 – A-11
Connection of Wire Feeders with Control Cable (14 Pin)...............................................................................................A-10
Connection of Across the Arc Wire Feeders .................................................................................................................A-11
Cable Inductance and its Effects on Welding ..........................................................................................................................A-11
Control Cable Connections .....................................................................................................................................................A-11
Operation..........................................................................................................................................................................Section B
Safety Instructions ..................................................................................................................................................................B-1
Recommended Applications ....................................................................................................................................................B-1
Welder .........................................................................................................................................................................B-1
Generator.....................................................................................................................................................................B-1
Controls and Settings..............................................................................................................................................................B-2
Engine Controls ........................................................................................................................................................B-2, B-3
Welder Controls........................................................................................................................................................B-4, B-7
Activating & Deactivating the Compressor System ..................................................................................................................B-9
Control and Indicator Functionality .........................................................................................................................................B-10
Control Safeguards to Improve Reliability ...............................................................................................................................B-10
On/Off Clutch Safeguard..............................................................................................................................................B-10
Minimum Pressure Check Valve Clutch Safeguard.......................................................................................................B-10
Welder Operation ...................................................................................................................................................................B-11
Duty Cycle...................................................................................................................................................................B-11
Stick Welding Mode ....................................................................................................................................................B-11
CC-Stick Mode ............................................................................................................................................................B-11
Downhill Pipe Mode ....................................................................................................................................................B-11
Touch Start TIG Mode..................................................................................................................................................B-11
Typical Fuel Consumption ...........................................................................................................................................B-11
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Common Welding Procedures ................................................................................................................................................B-12
Making a Weld ............................................................................................................................................................B-12
Definition of Welding Modes...................................................................................................................................................B-12
Non-Synergic Welding Modes .....................................................................................................................................B-12
Synergic Welding Modes .............................................................................................................................................B-12
Basic Welding Controls ..........................................................................................................................................................B-12
Weld Mode..................................................................................................................................................................B-12
Wire Feed Speed.........................................................................................................................................................B-12
Amps ..........................................................................................................................................................................B-12
Volts............................................................................................................................................................................B-12
Trim ............................................................................................................................................................................B-12
UltimArc Control ..........................................................................................................................................................B-12
Pulse Welding ........................................................................................................................................................................B-12
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD Settings when using K930-2 TIG Module...........................................................................................B-14
Typical Current Ranges for Tungsten Electrodes.....................................................................................................................B-14
CV-Wire Mode........................................................................................................................................................................B-15
Constant Voltage Welding ......................................................................................................................................................B-15
Synergic CV.................................................................................................................................................................B-15
Non-Synergic CV .........................................................................................................................................................B-15
Arc Gouging ...........................................................................................................................................................................B-15
Paralleling..............................................................................................................................................................................B-15
Auxiliary Power Operation ......................................................................................................................................................B-15
Simultaneous Welding and Auxiliary Power Loads ..................................................................................................................B-15
Simultaneous Welding and Power Loads Table.......................................................................................................................B-16
Extension Cord Length Recommendations Tables ..................................................................................................................B-16
Weld Set Reference Chart ......................................................................................................................................................B-17
Accessories......................................................................................................................................................................Section C
Optional Field Installed Accessories.........................................................................................................................................C-1
Wire Feeder Options................................................................................................................................................................C-2
Maintenance ....................................................................................................................................................................Section D
Safety Precautions ..................................................................................................................................................................D-1
Routine and Periodic Maintenance ..........................................................................................................................................D-1
Engine Maintenance ...............................................................................................................................................................D-1
Air Filter .......................................................................................................................................................................D-1
Service Instructions Air Cleaner...............................................................................................................................................D-2
Fuel Filters..............................................................................................................................................................................D-3
Cooling System.......................................................................................................................................................................D-3
Battery Handling .....................................................................................................................................................................D-3
Preventing Electrical Damage .................................................................................................................................................D-3
Charging the Battery ...............................................................................................................................................................D-4
Nameplates / Warning Decals Maintenance ............................................................................................................................D-4
Welder / Generator Maintenance.............................................................................................................................................D-4
Storage ........................................................................................................................................................................D-4
Cleaning.......................................................................................................................................................................D-4
Brush Removal and Replacement.................................................................................................................................D-4
Replacement Service Items.....................................................................................................................................................D-4
Troubleshooting ...............................................................................................................................................................Section E
How to use Troubleshooting Guide ..........................................................................................................................................E-1
Troubleshooting Guide........................................................................................................................................................E-2 – E-4
Wiring, Connection Diagrams and Dimension Print .......................................................................................................Section F
Parts List ..........................................................................................................................................parts.lincolnelectric.com
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AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
INSTALLATION
COMPRESSOR SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD is a diesel engine-driven welding
power source. The machine uses a brush type alternating current
generator for DC multi-purpose welding, for 120/240 VAC single
phase and 240V three phase auxiliary standby power. The welding
control system uses state of the art Chopper Technology™. The
product also has a belt-driven 60 CFM rotary screw compressor.
TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS
INPUT - DIESEL ENGINE
Make /Model
DEUTZ Turbo Charged
TD2.9L4 Diesel Engine
EPA TIER 4 Final Compliant
4 cylinder 64HP (48 kw)
Turbo Charged Water Cooled
Diesel Engine
Speed (RPM)
Displacement
High Idle 1800
Low Idle 1525
Full Load
178 cu. in. (2.9L)
Bore x Stroke
3.62” x 4.33”
92mm x 110mm
Starting System
Fuel 25 US gal (94.6L)
Oil: 2.25 US gal. (8.5L)
Welding Output
575 Amps
(DC multi-purpose)
43 Volts
60%
600 Amps
(DC multi-purpose)
40 volts
Delivery
Maximum System Pressure
High Idle Mode:
60 SCFM @ 100PSI
(28.3 LTR/SEC. @ 7.0 KG/CM
Compressor Protection
150 PSI
(10.5 kg/cm2)
Capacities
1.1 gal.(4.0 liters)
Height (2)
42.0 in (1066.8 mm)
Width (3)
32.9 in. (835.7mm)
Depth
69.0 in. (1753mm)
Weight
1737lbs. (787kg) (Approx.)
(1) Output rating in watts is equivalent to volt-amperes at unity power factor.
Output voltage is within +/- 10% at all loads up to rated capacity. When
welding, available auxiliary power will be reduced.
(2) Top of Enclosure. Add 16.8” (427mm) for exhaust and air cleaner.
(3) Includes Door. Base is 31.6”(803mm) wide.
Volts at Rated Amps
100%
Belt-Drive Rotary Screw
S700162
PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS
RATED OUTPUT @ 104°F(40°C) - WELDER
Duty Cycle
(VMAC® )
S700162
High Temperature
Automatic Shutdown
290° F (143°C)
Capacities
12VDC battery and Starter
with Automatic Glow Plugs
Description
Safety Relief Valve
200 PSI
(14.1 kg/cm2)
Description
(K3242-1)
Compressor Model
OUTPUT @ 104°F(40°C) - WELDER AND GENERATOR
Welding Range
30 - 600 Amps CC/CV
20 - 350 Amps TIG
Open Circuit Voltage
60 Max OCV @ 1800 RPM
Auxiliary Power (1)
120/240 VAC
12,000 WATTS, 60 Hz., Single Phase
20,000 WATTS, 60 Hz., Three Phase
A-1
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
INSTALLATION
WARNING
With the VRD switch in the “OFF” position, the VRD lights are non activated.
FIGURE A.1
Do not attempt to use this equipment until you have thoroughly read all operating and maintenance manuals supplied
with your machine. They include important safety precautions, detailed engine starting, operating and maintenance
instructions and parts lists.
ON / OFF VDR SWITCH
ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill.
• Do not touch electrically live parts such as
output terminals or internal wiring.
• Insulate yourself from the work and ground.
• Always wear dry insulating gloves.
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REMOVE 4 SIDE
PANEL SCREWS
TO ACCESS (VRD)
SWITCH
ENGINE EXHAUST can kill.
• Use in open, well ventilated areas or vent
exhaust outside
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FRONT PANEL
ROTATES AWAY FROM
THE FRONT PART OF WELDER
MOVING PARTS can injure.
• Do not operate with doors open or guards off.
• Stop engine before servicing.
• Keep away from moving parts
LOCATION AND VENTILATION
-----------------------------------------------------------------The welder should be located to provide an unrestricted flow of
clean, cool air to the cooling air inlets and to avoid restricting the
cooling air outlets. Also, locate the welder so that the engine
exhaust fumes are properly vented to an outside area.
Only qualified personnel should install, use or service this
equipment.
VRD (VOLTAGE REDUCTION DEVICE)
The VRD reduces the OCV (Open Circuit Voltage) at the welding output
terminals while not welding to less than 30VDC when the resistance of
the output circuit is above 200Ω (ohms).
The VRD requires that the welding cable connections be kept in good
electrical condition because poor connections will contribute to poor
starting. Having good electrical connections also limits the possibility of
other safety issues such as heat-generated damage, burns and fires.
The machine is shipped with the VRD switch in the “OFF” position. To
turn it “On” or “Off”:
• Turn the engine “Off”.
• Disconnect the negative battery cable.
• Lower the Front panel by removing 4 side panel screws.
(See Figure A.1)
• Place the VRD switch in the “On” or “Off” position. (See Figure
A.1)
DO NOT MOUNT OVER COMBUSTIBLE SURFACES
Where there is a combustible surface directly under stationary or fixed electrical equipment, that surface should be covered with a steel plate at least .06”(1.6mm) thick, which
should extend not less than 5.90”(150mm) beyond the equipment on all sides.
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STORING
1.
Store the machine in a cool, dry place when it is not in use.
Protect it from dust and dirt. Keep it where it can’t be accidentally damaged from construction activities, moving vehicles, and other hazards.
2.
Drain the engine oil and refill with fresh oil. Run the engine
for about five minutes to circulate oil to all the parts. See the
ENGINE OPERATION section manual for details on changing
oil.
3.
Remove the battery, recharge it, and adjust the electrolyte
level. Store the battery in a dry, dark place.
STACKING
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD machines cannot be stacked.
A-2
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
INSTALLATION
ANGLE OF OPERATION
HIGH TEMPERATURE OPERATION
To achieve optimum engine performance the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
At temperatures above 104°F (40°C), output voltage derating may
should be run in a level position. The maximum angle of operation
be necessary. For maximum output current ratings, derate welder
for the Deutz engine is 30 degrees in all directions. When operatvoltage rating 2 volts for every 21°F (10°C) above 104°F (40°C).
ing the welder at an angle, provisions must be made for checking
and maintaining the oil level at the normal (FULL) oil capacity. Also
Cold weather starting:
the effective fuel capacity will be slightly less than the specified
25 gal.(94.6 ltrs.) will be slightly less than the amount specified.
With a fully charged battery and OW40 oil, the engine should start
satisfactorily down to -15°F(-26C°). If the engine must be freLIFTING
quently started at or below 0°F (-18°C), it may be desirable to
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The AIR VANTAGE 600 weighs approximately 1911lbs. (866kg.)
install cold-starting aides. For engines with common rail injection,
with a full tank of fuel and 1737lbs. (787kg) less fuel. A lift bail is
the mixing of petroleum or kerosene and adding of extra low addimounted to the machine and should always be used when lifting
tives is not permissible. Fuels in accordance with ASTM S975
the machine.
Grade 1D or DIN EN590-Arctic-Diesel may have no petroleum
added. Allow the engine to warm up before applying a load or
WARNING
switching to high idle.
WARNING
• Lift only with equipment of adequate lifting capacity.
• Be sure machine is stable when lifting.
• Do not lift this machine using lift bale if it
is equipped with a heavy accessory such
as trailer or gas cylinder.
FALLING
• Do not lift machine if lift bale is
EQUIPMENT can
damaged.
cause injury. • Do not operate machine while
suspended from lift bale.
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Under no conditions should ether or other starting fluids be
used with this engine!
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HIGH ALTITUDE OPERATION
At higher altitudes, output derating may be necessary. For maximum rating, derate the welder output in accordance with the
guidelines for this engine model from the manufacturer shown in
Table A-1 below:
TABLE A.1 DEUTZ D 2.9 L4
ALTITUDE
MAXIMUM POWER
METERS
FEET
AVAILABLE (%)
0-750
0-2461
99
1000
3281
95
2000
6562
95
3000
9842
93
4000
13123
88
5000
16404
74
6000
19685
60
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AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
INSTALLATION
TOWING
FUEL
USE DIESEL FUEL ONLY-
Use a recommended trailer for use with this equipment for road, in-plant and
yard towing by a vehicle(1). If the user adapts a non-Lincoln trailer, they must
assume responsibility that the method of attachment and usage does not
result in a safety hazard or damage the welding equipment. Some of the factors to be considered are as follows:
Ultra low sulphur fuel only.
WARNING
• Fill the fuel tank with clean, fresh fuel. The capacity of the tank is
1. Design capacity of trailer vs. weight of Lincoln equipment and likely addi25 gals. (94.6 ltrs). When the fuel gauge reads empty the tank
tional attachments.
contains approximately 2 gals. (7.6 ltrs.) of reserve fuel.
2. Proper support of, and attachment to, the base of the welding equipment so
NOTE: A fuel shut off valve is located just before the pre-filter/sedithere will be no undue stress to the framework.
ment filter. Place the valve in the closed position when the
3. Proper placement of the equipment on the trailer to insure stability side to
side and front to back when being moved and when standing by itself while
welder is not used for extended periods of time.
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4. Typical conditions of use, i.e., travel speed; roughness of surface on which
the trailer will be operated; environmental conditions; like maintenance.
5. Conformance with federal, state and local laws.(1)
WARNING
(1) Consult applicable federal, state and local laws regarding specific requirements for use on
ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM
public highways.
VEHICLE MOUNTING
Air to cool the engine is drawn in the side and exhausted through
radiator and case back. It is important that the intake and exhaust
air is not restricted. Allow a minimum clearance of 1ft. (0.6m) from
the case back and 16 in. (406mm) from either side of the base to a
vertical surface. (Failure to resolve these guidelines may result in
an overtemp condition resulting in engine shut down).
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WARNING
Improperly mounted concentrated loads may cause unstable
vehicle handling and tires or other components to fail.
• Only transport this Equipment on serviceable vehicles
which are rated and designed for such loads.
• Distribute, balance and secure loads so vehicle is stable
under conditions of use.
• Do not exceed maximum rated loads for components such
as suspension, axles and tires.
• Mount equipment base to metal bed or frame of vehicle.
• Follow vehicle manufacturer’s instructions.
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PRE-OPERATION ENGINE SERVICE
READ the engine operating and maintenance instructions supplied
with this machine.
•
•
•
•
WARNING
Stop engine and allow to cool before fueling.
Do not smoke when fueling.
Fill fuel tank at a moderate rate and do not overfill.
Wipe up spilled fuel and allow fumes to clear before starting engine.
• Keep sparks and flame away from tank.
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A-4
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
INSTALLATION
SPARK ARRESTOR
Some federal, state or local laws may require that gasoline or
diesel engines be equipped with exhaust spark arresters when
CAUTION
they are operated in certain locations where unarrested sparks
may
present a fire hazard.
Use caution as the electrolyte is a strong acid that can burn skin and
damage eyes.
The DOC (Diesel Oxidation Catalyst) unit included with this welder
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The AIR VANTAGE 600 SD is shipped with the negative battery cable dislations,
a suitable spark arrester, such as the K3985-1 must be
connected. Make certain that the RUN-STOP switch is in the STOP posiinstalled
and properly maintained.
tion. Remove the two screws from the battery tray using a screwdriver or
a 3/8"(10mm) socket. Attach the negative battery cable to the negative
WARNING
battery terminal and tighten using a 1/2"(13mm) socket or wrench.
An incorrect spark arrestor may lead to damage to the engine
NOTE: This machine is furnished with a wet charged battery; if
or adversely affect performance.
unused for several months, the battery may require a booster
----------------------------------------------------------------charge. Be careful to charge the battery with the correct polarity.
(See Battery in “Maintenance Section”)
BATTERY CONNECTION
AIR CLEANER INSTALL
WARNING
All parts below are shipped with the machine in a separate box
attached to the crate. (see Figure A.2)
• Remove cap from air intake hose and DOC exhaust attached on
machine. Insert air cleaner into bracket between the two ridges
of a larger diameter. Position the vacuator at 3 or 6 o’clock.
• Remove plug and install service indicator, use thread sealant or
tape on pipe threads.
• Tighten air hose clamp just below service indicator to hold
clamp while pushing air cleaner onto hose, once hose is in place
loosen air hose clamp slide down and tighten clamp.
• Install 2 hex head screws, washers to mounting bracket
securing air cleaner.
GASES FROM BATTERY can explode.
• Keep sparks, flame and cigarettes away from
battery.
To prevent EXPLOSION when:
• INSTALLING A NEW BATTERY — disconnect negative cable
from old battery first and connect to new battery last.
• CONNECTING A BATTERY CHARGER — remove battery from
welder by disconnecting negative cable first, then positive
cable and battery clamp. When reinstalling, connect negative cable last. Keep well ventilated.
• SERVICE INDICATOR
• USING A BOOSTER — connect positive lead to battery first
then connect negative lead to negative battery lead at
engine foot.
Air cleaner service indicator provides a Go/No-Go visual indication of useful filter service life.
FIGURE A.2
BATTERY ACID can burn eyes and skin.
(5/16-18x 1.25 HHCS) (2)
• Wear gloves and eye protection and be careful
when working near battery.
INLET HOOD
(LOCK WASHER) (2)
(MAIN WASHER) (2)
VACUATOR VALVE
• Follow instructions printed on battery.
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EXHAUST OUTLET
IMPORTANT: To prevent ELECTRICAL DAMAGE WHEN:
MOUNTING BRACKET
a) Installing new batteries.
SERVICE INDICATOR
b) Using a booster.
AIR HOSE CLAMP
Use correct polarity — Negative Ground.
EXHAUST OUTLET PIPE
Remove cap from DOC pipe protruding from roof.
Using the clamp provided secure the outlet pipe to the outlet tube
with the pipe positioned such that it will direct the exhaust in the
desired direction away from the air intake. Tighten using a
1/4"(6mm) internal socket or allen wrench. Torque to
106in.lbs.(9ft.-lbs.)(12N-M)
A-5
CLAMP
SEAL
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
INSTALLATION
WARNING
PRE-OPERATION ENGINE AND COMPRESSOR
SERVICE
READ the engine and compressor operating and maintenance instructions supplied with this machine.
WARNING
ENGINE COOLANT
HOT COOLANT can burn skin.
•Do not remove cap if radiator is hot.
• Keep hands away from the engine muffler or
HOT engine parts.
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• Stop engine and allow to cool before fuelling.
The welder is shipped with the engine and radiator filled with a
50% mixture of ethylene glycol and water. See the MAINTENANCE section and the engine Operator’s Manual for more information on coolant.
• Do not smoke when fuelling.
• Fill fuel tank at a moderate rate and do not over-fill.
• Wipe up spilled fuel and allow fumes to clear before starting engine.
• Keep sparks and flame away from tank.
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OIL
The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD is shipped with the engine crankcase
filled with high quality SAE 10W-30 oil that meets (API class CJ-4
or better) for diesel engines.. Check the engine and compressor oil
levels before starting the engine. If it is not up to the full mark on
the dip stick, add oil as required. Check the oil level every four
hours of running time during the first 35 running hours. Refer to
the engine and compressor Operator’s Manuals for specific oil
recommendations and break-in information. The oil change
interval is dependent on the quality of the oil and the operating
environment. Refer to the engine and compressor Operator’s
Manuals for the proper service and maintenance intervals.
FUEL USE DIESEL FUEL ONLY
• Fill the fuel tank with clean, fresh diesel fuel. The capacity of
the fuel tank is approximately 25 gallons (95 liters). See
engine Operator’s Manual for specific fuel recommendations.
NOTE: Before starting the engine, open the fuel shutoff valve
(pointer to be in line with hose).
FUEL CAP
Remove the plastic cap covering from the Fuel Tank Filler neck
and install the Fuel Cap.
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AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
INSTALLATION
REMOTE CONTROL
WELDING OUTPUT CABLES
The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD is equipped with a 12-pin and a 14pin connector. To enable remote control capabilities, the
LOCAL/REMOTE switch must be in the REMOTE position.
For the DOWNHILL PIPE or CC-STICK weld mode selector switch
positions, remote setting of the preset arc current is set through the 12
pin connector or the 14 pin connector depending on the setup menu
setting (12 pin connector is the factory default setting). The OUTPUT
CONTROL knob is used to set the maximum arc current preset range
for the remote input. The left display will show the arc current preset.
For the TOUCH START TIG weld mode selector switch position,
remote setting of the preset arc current is set through the 12 pin connector (typically using a foot Amptrol). The OUTPUT CONTROL knob is
used to set the maximum arc current preset range for the remote
input. The left display will show the maximum setting for the arc
current preset range as set by the OUTPUT CONTROL knob.
With the engine off, route the electrode and work cables through the
strain relief bracket provided on the front of the base and connect to the
terminals provided. These connections should be checked periodically
and tightened if necessary.
Listed in Table A.2 are copper cable sizes recommended for the rated current and duty cycle. 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 voltage drop.
Table A.2
OUTPUT CABLE GUIDELINES
Percent Duty
Amperes
Cycle
EXAMPLE: When the OUTPUT CONTROL on the welder is set to
200 amps, the arc current preset range on the remote control will
preset over the range from minimum to 200 amps, rather than the
full minimum to maximum preset arc current range. Any preset
arc current range that is less than the full range provides finer arc
current preset resolution for more fine tuning of the output.
For the ARC GOUGING weld mode selector switch position, remote setting of the preset arc current is set through the 12 pin connector. The
remote input sets the arc current preset over the full range from minimum to maximum. The left display will show the arc current preset.
CABLE SIZES FOR COMBINED LENGTHS OF ELECTRODE AND WORK
CABLES [RUBBER COVERED COPPER - RATED 167°F (75°C)]**
0 to 50 Ft. 50 to 100 Ft. 100 to 150 Ft. 150 to 200 Ft. 200 to 250 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
400
60
2/0
2/0
2/0
3/0
4/0
400
100
3/0
3/0
3/0
3/0
4/0
500
60
2/0
2/0
3/0
3/0
4/0
600
60
3/0
3/0
3/0
4/0
2-3/0
600
80
2-1/0
2-1/0
2-1/0
2-2/0
2-3/0
600
100
2-1/0
2-1/0
2-1/0
2-2/0
2-3/0
For operation with a control cable wire feeder:
With the CV-WIRE weld mode selector switch position and the
WELD TERMINALS ON switch in the REMOTE position, remote
setting of the preset arc voltage is set through the 14 pin connector. The remote input sets the arc voltage preset range from
10.0V to 45.0V. The right display will show the arc voltage preset.
PULSE WELDING
For operation with an across the arc wire feeder (for example,
an LN-25 PRO):
With the CV-WIRE weld mode selector switch position and the
WELD TERMINALS ON switch in the ON position, remote setting
of the preset arc voltage is set through the 12 pin connector. The
remote input sets the arc voltage preset range from 10.0V to
45.0V. The right display will show the arc voltage preset.
CABLE INSTALLATION
** 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).
When pulse welding, always use 4/0 cable. The cables must be sized
based upon the peak current of the pulse waveform, not the average
current. Do not coil the electrode or work cable. Limit the combined
length of the electrode and work cable to 60 feet. Undersized cables,
coiled cables and long lengths all increase cable inductance and
lower pulse welding performance.
Install the welding cables to your AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD as follows.
For the ARCLINK weld mode selector switch position, remote
capability is possible only with an ArcLink compatible digital
remote control through the 12 pin connector.
1. The engine must be OFF to install welding cables.
2. Remove the flanged nuts from the output terminals
NOTE: To connect accessories with a 6 pin connector, use the
included 12-pin to 6-pin adaptor (K2909-1).
3. Connect the electrode holder and work cables to the weld output terminals. The terminals are identified on the case front.
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WELDING TERMINALS
4. Tighten the flanged nuts securely.
The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD is equipped with a toggle switch for selecting
"hot" welding terminals when in the "WELD TERMINALS ON" position or
"cold" welding terminals when in the "REMOTELY CONTROLLED" position. This switch has no function in the Arclink mode.
5. Be certain that the metal piece you are welding (the “work”) is
properly connected to the work clamp and cable.
6. Check and tighten the connections periodically.
A-7
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
INSTALLATION
CAUTION
FIGURE A.3
AUXILIARY POWER RECEPTACLES
• Loose connections will cause the output terminals to overheat. The terminals may eventually melt.
• Do not cross the welding cables at the output terminal connection. Keep the cables isolated and separate from one another.
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10A 42V/40V ARCLINK BREAKERS
20A 120V AUXILIARY BREAKERS
BATTERY 20A BREAKER
MACHINE GROUNDING
Because this portable engine driven welder creates its own power, it is
not necessary to connect its frame to an earth ground, unless the
machine is connected to premises wiring (home, shop, etc.).
To prevent dangerous electric shock, other equipment powered by this
engine driven welder must:
240 VAC THREE
PHASE RECEPTACLE
a) be grounded to the frame of the welder using a grounded type
plug, or
IDLER SWITCH
b) be double insulated.
CIRCUIT BREAKERS
When this welder is mounted on a truck or trailer, its frame must be
securely connected to the metal frame of the vehicle. When this engine
driven welder is connected to premises wiring such as that in a home or
shop, its frame must be connected to the system earth ground. See further
connection instructions in the section entitled “Standby Power
Connections” as well as the article on grounding in the latest National
Electrical Code and the local codes.
In general, if the machine is to be grounded, it should be connected
with a #8 or larger copper wire to a solid earth ground such as a metal
ground stake going into the ground for at least 10Ft.(3.1m) or to the
metal framework of a building which has been effectively grounded.
The National Electric Code lists a number of alternate means of
grounding electrical equipment. A machine grounding stud marked
with the symbol
is provided on the front of the welder.
120/240 VAC SINGLE
PHASE RECEPTACLE
120 V DUPLEX RECEPTACLES AND GFCI
A GFCI protects the two 120V auxiliary power
receptacles.
A GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) is a device to protect against
electric shock should a piece of defective equipment connected to it
develop a ground fault. If this situation should occur, the GFCI will trip,
removing voltage from the output of the receptacle. If a GFCI is tripped
see the MAINTENANCE section for detailed information on testing and
resetting it. A GFCI should be properly tested at least once every month.
The 120 V auxiliary power receptacles should only be used with three
wire grounded type plugs or approved double insulated tools with two
wire plugs. The current rating of any plug used with the system must
be at least equal to the current capacity of the associated receptacle.
NOTE: The 240 V receptacle has two 120 V circuits, but are of opposite polarities and cannot be paralleled.
AUXILIARY POWER RECEPTACLES
Start the engine and set the “IDLE/RUN/STOP” switch to the “High
Idle” mode. Voltage is now correct at the receptacles for auxiliary
power. This must be done before a tripped GFCI can be reset properly. See the MAINTENANCE section for more detailed information on
testing and resetting the GFCI.
All auxiliary power is protected by circuit breakers. The 120V has 20 Amp
circuit breakers for each duplex receptacle. The 120/240V Single Phase
and the 240V Three-Phases have a 50 Amp 3-pole Circuit Breaker that
disconnects both hot leads and all Three Phases simultaneously. (See
Figure A.3)
The auxiliary power of the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD consists of two 20
Amp-120 VAC (5-20R) duplex receptacles with GFCI protection, one
50 Amp 120/240 VAC (14-50R) receptacle and one 50 Amp 240VAC
Three-Phase (15-50R) receptacle.
The auxiliary power capacity is 12,000 Watts Continuous of 60 Hz,
single phase power. The auxiliary power capacity rating in watts is
equivalent to volt-amperes at unity power factor. The max permissible
current of the 240 VAC output is 50 amps.
The 240 VAC output can be split to provide two separate 120 VAC outputs with a max permissible current of 50 Amps per output to two separate 120 VAC branch circuits (these circuits cannot be paralleled).
Output voltage is within ± 10% at all loads up to rated capacity.
The Three-Phases auxiliary power capacity is 20,000 watts continuous. The maximum current is 50 amps.
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AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
INSTALLATION
STANDBY POWER CONNECTIONS
2. Take necessary steps to assure load is limited to the capacity of
the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD by installing a 50 amp, 240 VAC double pole circuit breaker. Maximum rated load for each leg of the
240 VAC auxiliary is 50 amps. Loading above the rated output will
reduce output voltage below the allowable -10% of rated voltage
which may damage appliances or other motor-driven equipment
The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD can be permanently installed as a
and may result in overheating of the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
standby power unit for 240 volt-3 wire, 50 amp service.
engine and / or alternate windings.
Connections must be made by a licensed electrician who can
3. Install a 50 amp 120/240 VAC plug (NEMA Type 14-50P) to the
determine how the 120/240 VAC power can be adapted to the
double-pole circuit breaker using No. 6, 4 conductor cable of
particular installation and comply with all applicable electrical
the desired length.
codes. Refer to the connection diagram shown in Figure A.4.
4. Plug this cable into the 50 Amp 120/240 Volt receptacle on the
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD case front.
1. Install the double-pole, double-throw switch between the power
company meter and the premises disconnect. Switch rating
must be the same or greater than the customer’s premises disconnect and service over current protection.
The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD is suitable for temporary, standby or
emergency power using the engine manufacturer’s recommended
maintenance schedule.
Figure A.4 Connection of the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD to Premises Wiring
240 VOLT
GROUNDED CONDUCTOR
POWER
240 Volt
60 Hz.
3-Wire
Service
COMPANY
METER
120 VOLT
120 VOLT
NEUTRAL
BUS
N
LOAD
DOUBLE POLE DOUBLE THROW
SWITCH RATING TO BE THE SAME
AS OR GREATER THAN PREMISES
SERVICE OVERCURRENT
PROTECTION.
GROUND
50AMP
240 VOLT
50 AMP, 120/240
VOLT PLUG
NEMA TYPE 14-50
240 VOLT
PREMISES
DISCONNECT AND
SERVICE
OVERCURRENT
PROTECTION
DOUBLE
POLE
CIRCUIT
BREAKER
GND
N
50 AMP, 120/240 VOLT
RECEPTACLE
NOTE: No. 6 COPPER CONDUCTOR CABLE SEE
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE FOR ALTERNATE WIRE
SIZE RECOMMENDATIONS.
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AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
INSTALLATION
FIGURE A.5
CONNECTION OF WIRE FEEDERS WITH CONTROL
CABLE (14 PIN)
WARNING
Set Mode to
CV Wire
Set Weld Terminals to
Remotely Controlled
Shut off welder before making any electrical connections.
Set Polarity to Match
Electrode Polarity
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CONNECTION OF LF-72, LF-74, FLEX FEED 74 HT,
FLEX FEED 84, LN-25 PRO DUAL POWER TO THE
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
Set to
Remote
Set to
42V
• Shut the welder off.
• Set the “WIRE FEEDER VOLTMETER” switch to either “+” or “-”
as required by the electrode being used (See Figure A.5).
• For electrode Positive, connect the electrode cable to the "+" terminal of the welder and work cable to the "-" terminal of the welder.
For electrode Negative, connect the electrode cable "-" terminal of
the welder and work cable to the "+" terminal of the welder.
• Set the “MODE” switch to the “CV-WIRE” position.
• Adjust the “ARC CONTROL” knob to desired Crispness. SOFT for
MIG and CRISP for Innershield.
• Set the “WELDING TERMINALS” switch to the “REMOTELY
CONTROLLED” position.
• Set the wire feeder voltage switch to 42V.
• Connect the 14 pin control cable from the wire feeder to the
engine drive (See Figure A.6).
• Set the “REMOTE/LOCAL” switch to “REMOTE” if the feeder is
equipped with a remote output control knob.
FIGURE A.6
ENGINE WELDER
WIRE FEEDER
K1797-xx
CABLE
A-10
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
INSTALLATION
FIGURE A.7
CONNECTION OF ACROSS THE ARC WIRE FEEDERS
TO THE AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
These connections instructions apply to both the LN-25 Pro and
Activ8 models. The feeders have an internal contactor and the
electrode is not energized until the gun trigger is closed. When the
gun trigger is closed the wire will begin to feed and the welding
process is started.
• Shut the welder off.
Weld
Terminals On
Set Mode to
CV Wire
• For electrode Positive, connect the electrode cable to the "+"
terminal of the welder and work cable to the "-" terminal of the
welder. For electrode Negative, connect the electrode cable "-"
terminal of the welder and work cable to the "+" terminal of the
welder.
• Attach the single lead from the front of the feeder to work using
the spring clip at the end of the lead. This is a control lead to
supply current to the wire feeder motor; it does not carry welding current (See Figure A.8).
• Set the MODE switch to the "CV-WIRE" position (See Figure A.7).
• Set the "WELD TERMINALS" switch to "WELD TERMINALS ON"
• Set the "ARC CONTROL" knob to "0" initially and adjust to suit.
• Set the “REMOTE/LOCAL” switch to “LOCAL” control.
FIGURE A.8
A-11
Set to
Local
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
INSTALLATION
CABLE INDUCTANCE AND ITS EFFECTS ON
WELDING
CONTROL CABLE CONNECTIONS
General Guidelines
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.9).
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 Engine Welder and
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 200ft. (60.960m). The use of non-standard
cables, especially in lengths greater than 25 feet, can lead to
communication problems (system shutdowns), poor motor accelTo minimize inductance always use the appropriate size cables,
eration (poor arc starting), and low wire driving force (wire feeding
and whenever possible, run the electrode and work cables in close problems). Always use the shortest length of control cable possiproximity to one another to minimize the loop area. Since the most ble, and DO NOT coil excess cable.
significant factor in cable inductance is the welding loop length,
avoid excessive lengths and do not coil excess cable. For long
Regarding cable placement, best results will be obtained when
work piece lengths, a sliding ground should be considered to keep control cables are routed separate from the weld cables. This minthe total welding loop length as short as possible.
imizes the possibility of interference between the high currents
flowing through the weld cables, and the low level signals in the
control cables.
Electrode Voltage Sensing
The remote ELECTRODE sense lead (67) is built into the 5-pin
ArcLink control cable and is always connected to the wire drive
feed plate when an ArcLink wire feeder is present. Enabling or
disabling electrode voltage sensing is application specific, and
automatically configured by the active weld mode.
Product specific Installation Instructions
Voltage sense leads requirements are based on the weld process
(See Table A.3)
The 5-pin ArcLink® control cable connects the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
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 5-pin ArcLink® connection on the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD is
located on control panel. 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. (60.960m).
Process
GMAW
FCAW
GTAW
SMAW
TABLE A.3
Electrode Voltage Sensing (1)
67 lead
67 lead
67 lead
Voltage sense at studs
Voltage sense at studs
Connection Between AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD and ArcLink®
Compatible Wire feeders (K1543, K2683 – ArcLink® Control
Cable)
(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) or K2683-xx.
FIGURE A.9
®
AIR
A VANTAGE 600 SD
A
C
WORK
B
A-12
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read and understand this entire section before operating
your AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD.
WARNING
Do not attempt to use this equipment until you have thoroughly read all operating and maintenance manuals supplied
with your machine. They include important safety precautions, detailed engine starting, operating and
maintenance instructions and parts lists.
ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill.
RECOMMENDED APPLICATIONS
WELDER
The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD provides excellent constant current
DC welding output for stick (SMAW) and TIG (GTAW) welding. The
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD also provides excellent constant voltage
DC welding output for MIG (GMAW), Innershield (FCAW),
Outershield (FCAW-G) and Metal Core (GMAW-C) welding. In addition the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD can be used for Arc Gouging with
carbons up to 1/2”(13mm) in diameter.
The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD is not recommended for pipe thaw• Do not touch electrically live parts such as
ing.
output terminals or internal wiring.
• Insulate yourself from the work and ground.
GENERATOR
• Always wear dry insulating gloves.
The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD provides smooth 120/240 VAC single
phase and 240V three phase output for auxiliary power and emergency
standby power.
----------------------------------------------------------------ENGINE EXHAUST can kill.
• Use in open, well ventilated areas or vent
exhaust outside
• Do not stack anything near the engine.
----------------------------------------------------------------MOVING PARTS can injure.
• Do not operate with doors open or guards
off.
• Stop engine before servicing.
• Keep away from moving parts
----------------------------------------------------------------Only qualified personnel should operate this equipment.
ADDITIONAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Always operate the welder with the sliding door closed and
the side panels in place as these provide maximum protection
from moving parts and insure proper cooling air flow.
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AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
CONTROLS AND SETTINGS
All welder and engine controls are located on the case front panel.
Refer to Figure B.3 and the explanations that follow.
Figure B.3 Case Front Panel Controls
3
6
11
15
3c
3d
3e
34
35
36
5
6a
23
10
19
17
11a
20
12
21
22
1
18
24
14
25
31
33
32
ENGINE CONTROLS
37
16
8
9
13
3b
4
7
2
3a
CAUTION
2) In the “Auto”
follows:
/
position, the idler operates as
a. When switched from “High” to “Auto” or after starting the
engine, the engine will operate at full speed for approximately
12 seconds and then go to low idle speed.
It is extremely important to have the compressor system
power switch (Item 36) in the “OFF” position when starting
the engine. Failure to observe this may result in loss of
clutch life.
b. When the electrode touches the work or power is drawn for
lights or tools (approximately 100 Watts minimum) the engine
accelerates and operates at full speed.
-----------------------------------------------------------------
/ (HIGH IDLE/RUN)
c. When welding ceases and the AC power load is turned off, a
fixed time delay of approximately 12 seconds starts.
Toggling the switch to the RUN position energizes the fuel solenoid for approximately 30 seconds. The engine must be started
within that time or the fuel solenoid will degenerize, and the
switch must be toggled to reset the timer.
d. If the welding or AC power load is not restarted before the
end of the time delay, the idler reduces the engine speed to
low idle speed.
1. STOP
/ (LOW IDLE/RUN)
SWITCH
Has two positions as follows:
1) In the “High” position
, the engine runs at the high
idle speed controlled by the governor.
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e. The engine will automatically return to high idle speed when
the welding load or A.C. power load is reapplied.
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
Idler Operational exceptions
4. OUTPUT CONTROL- The OUTPUT dial is used to preset the
output voltage or current as displayed on the digital meters for
the five welding modes.
When the WELDING TERMINALS switch is in the “Remotely
Controlled” position the idler will operate as follows:
a. When the triggering device (Amptrol, Arc Start Switch, etc.) is
pressed the engine will accelerate and operate at full speed
provided a welding load is applied within approximately 12
seconds.
5. VRD (Voltage Reduction Device) INDICATOR LIGHTS- On the
front panel of the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD are two indicator lights. A red
light when lit indicates OCV(Open Circuit Voltage) is equal to or greater than
30V and a green light when lit indicates OCV(Open Circuit Voltage) is less
than 30V.
• If the triggering device remains pressed but no welding load
is applied within approximately 12 seconds the engine may
return to low idle speed.
• If the triggering device is released or welding ceases the engine
will return to low idle speed after approximately 12 seconds.
2. START SWITCH
Energizes the starter motor to crank the engine. With the engine
"Run / Stop" switch in the "Run" position, push and release the
Start button to start the engine:
• this switch has an amber light (Top of switch) to indicate
Glow light, this engine will automatically apply power to
the glow circuit and indicator light will turn off when glow
is completed. (Engine will crank but will not start until
glow cycle is completed)
• this switch also has a red light (Bottom of switch) it will
light up when there are faults with the engine. (Check
engine light comes on) Field Service Shop will need to
connect to diagnostic plug to read error codes.
3. DASH BOARD GAUGE
The dash board gauge displays 5 gauges:
3a. OIL PRESSURE
The gauge displays the engine oil pressure when the
engine is running.
3b. ENGINE TEMPERATURE
The gauge displays the engine coolant temperature.
3c. HOUR METER
The hour meter displays the total time that the engine
has been running. This meter is a useful indicator for
scheduling preventive maintenance.
3d. FUEL LEVEL
Displays the level of diesel fuel in the fuel tank.
The operator must watch the fuel level closely to
prevent running out of fuel and possibly having to
bleed the system.
3e. BATTERY VOLTAGE INDICATOR
Displays the battery voltage and indicates that the
charging system is functioning properly.
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The VRD “On/Off” switch inside the control panel must be “On” for the
VRD function to be active and the lights to be enabled. When the machine
is first started with VRD enabled, both lights will illuminate for 5 seconds.
These lights monitor the OCV(Open Circuit Voltage) and weld voltage at all
times. When not welding the green light will illuminate indicating that the
VRD has reduced the OCV to less than 30V. During welding the red light
will illuminate whenever the arc voltage is equal to or greater than 30V.
This means that the red and green light may alternate depending on the
weld voltage. This is normal operation.
If the red light remains illuminated or both VRD lights flash when not
welding, the VRD is not functioning properly. Please refer to your local
field service shop for service.
If the VRD is turned “On” and the lights don’t come “On”, refer to the trouble shooting section.
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
6. DIGITAL OUTPUT METERS-The digital meters allow the
preset arc voltage (CV-WIRE mode) or preset arc current (CCSTICK, DOWNHILL PIPE, ARC GOUGING and TIG modes) to be
set prior to welding using the OUTPUT control dial. During
welding, the meter display the actual output voltage (VOLTS)
and current (AMPS). A memory feature holds the display of both
meters on for seven seconds after welding is stopped. This
allows the operator to read the actual current and voltage just
prior to when welding was ceased.
HIDDEN SETUP MENU
ACCESS PORT:
INSERT TOOL OR
PAPER CLIP
TO ACCESS
While the display is being held the left-most decimal point in
each display will be flashing. The accuracy of the meters is
+/- 3%.
The meters will display all dashes for preset when ArcLink®
mode is selected.
6a. HIDDEN MENU BUTTON:
FIGURE B.4
The hidden setup menu can be accessed any time the machine is on
with the engine running and not in a welding arc (arc off or OCV).
To access, press the hidden setup menu push button (Figure B.4) with
the appropriate tool or paper clip, if no tool is readily available.
NOTE: The menu system will exit automatically if any of the following
conditions are met:
• If no settings are changed for 10 seconds.
• If the mode selection switch position is changed.
• If the arc status changes to arc or short.
• If the entire setup menu sequence is cycled through.
HIDDEN SETUP MENU FUNCTIONS
• Hot start setting individually settable by mode.
Hot start will not display if not applicable.
The left display will show “Hot” and “Strt” alternately at 0.5 second intervals. The right display will show a number from 0.0 to
10.0. The default value will be 5, (Figure B.5). This setting will be
stored in system memory and will be remembered between
machine power cycles.
FIGURE B.5
B-4
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
• Alternate CV mode selection. Default CV mode will be non-synergic FCAW-SS (mode 6). Alternate settings will be non-synergic
GMAW (mode 5) and non-synergic FCAW-GS (mode 7). The left
display will show “CV” and “type” alternately at 0.5 second
intervals. The right display will show “FC.SS”(Figure B.6),
“FC.gS”(Figure B.7) or “MIG”(Figure B.8). This setting will be
stored in system memory and will be remembered between
machine power cycles. This setting will only be visible if the
process selection switch is in the CV Wire position.
FIGURE
B.6
FIGURE B.4
FIGURE
B.7
FIGURE B.5
FIGURE
B.8
FIGURE B.6
• Selection of the remote connector for stick (SMAW) modes. The
customer can select between the 12-pin or the 14-pin connector
for the remote potentiometer input when in the “remote” switch
position for stick (SMAW) modes. The default from the factory will
be the 12-pin connector. The left display will show “Pot”, “12P”
(Figure B.9) and the right display will show “Pot”, “14P” (Figure
B.10). This setting is stored in system memory and will be
remembered between machine power cycles. This selection will
only be visible for stick (SMAW) modes.
FIGURE B.7
FIGURE
B.9
FIGUREB.10
B.8
FIGURE
B-5
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
• Test Modes for grid load testing. The left display will show “tESt”
and “LoAd” alternately at 0.5 second intervals. The right display
will show “CC” (mode 200)(Figure B.11), “CV” (mode 201)
(Figure B.12) or “OFF” (normal operation)(Figure B.13). This
setting is not remembered between machine power cycles and
will default to OFF at each power on. Moving the position of the
weld process selection rotary switch Item 10 will reset the setting
back to OFF.
FIGURE B.9B.11
FIGURE
FIGURE B.10
FIGURE
B.12
FIGURE
B.13
FIGURE B.11
EXITING HIDDEN MENU BUTTON
Pressing and holding the hidden reset push button for 5 seconds will
cause certain stored values to be reset to defaults. The stored hot
start values will return to a default setting of 5 on the display (0 at the
attribute). The work point values will all be reset to the minimum
from the weld table for each respective weld mode. The alternate CV
mode selection will revert back to the Flux-Cored Arc Welding-Self
Shielding (FCAW-SS) setting. The remote pot connector choice will
revert back to the 12-pin connector. When the reset occurs, the left
display will show “ deF”, and the right display will show “AuLt” for 3
seconds until the machine exits the menu system.
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AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
7. WELD TERMINALS ON SWITCH
13. 12-PIN CONNECTOR
For attaching optional remote control equipment. The
K2909-1 (12-pin to 6-pin) adapter cable is included for
attaching to accessories requiring the 6-pin connector.
Output is enabled when in the ON position. Output is remotely controlled
when in the REMOTE position. This control is not active in ArcLink®
modes.
8. DOOR LATCH
14. 14-PIN CONNECTOR
For attaching wire feeder control cables. Includes contactor closure circuit, work sense leads, remote control circuit, and 120VAC and 42VAC power.
9. ARC CONTROL
The ARC CONTROL knob is active in the CV-WIRE and CC-STICK modes,
and has different functions in these modes. This control is not active in
the TOUCH START TIG mode or in ArcLink® mode.
15. WELD OUTPUT TERMINALS “+” POSITIVE
AND “-” NEGATIVE
CC-STICK mode: In this mode, the ARC CONTROL knob sets the short
circuit current (arc-force) during stick welding. Increasing the number
from -10(Soft) to +10(Crisp) increases the short circuit current and
prevents sticking of the electrode to the plate while welding.
These 1/2” - 13 studs with flange nuts provide welding
connection points for the electrode and work cables. For
positive polarity welding the electrode cable connects to
the “+” terminal and the work cable connects to this “-” terminal. For negative polarity welding the work cable connects to the “+” terminal and the electrode cable connects
to this “-” terminal.
This can also increase spatter. It is recommended that the ARC CONTROL be set to the minimum number without electrode sticking. Start
with a setting at 0.
DOWNHILL PIPE mode: In this mode, the ARC CONTROL knob sets the
short circuit current (arc-force) during stick welding to adjust for a soft
or a more forceful digging arc (Crisp).
Increasing the number from -10(Soft) to +10(Crisp) increases the short
circuit current which results in a more forceful digging arc. Typically a
forceful digging arc is preferred for root and hot passes. A softer arc is
preferred for fill and cap passes where weld puddle control and deposition (“stacking” of iron) are key to fast travel speeds. It is recommended
that the ARC CONTROL be set initially at 0.
16. LOCAL/REMOTE SWITCH-
In the LOCAL position, machine output control is set by
the Output Control knob on the front of the machine. In
the REMOTE position, the machine output control is set
by the remote inputs. This control is not active in ArcLink®
modes.
17. POLARITY SWITCH:
Matches the polarity of the wire feeder voltmeter to the
polarity of the electrode.
10. WELD MODE SELECTOR SWITCH:
(Provides six selectable welding modes)
CV-WIRE
DOWNHILL PIPE
CC-STICK
TOUCH START TIG
ARC GOUGES
ARC LINK
11. 42V / 115V WIRE FEEDER VOLTAGE SWITCH:
Toggles output of 14-pin connector to voltage requirement
of Wire Feeder. (Located above 14-pin connector.)
11a. 42V and 115V WIRE FEEDER BREAKERS
12. 5-PIN CONNECTOR
For attaching an ArcLink® Wire Feeder control cable.
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AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
18. 20A 120V AUXILIARY BREAKERS
26. DIAGNOSTIC PLUG
This is used by Field Service shops to connect and troubleshoot engine error codes and is found on the firewall
inside the machine on the service side.
19. 50A 240V 3 PHASE BREAKER
20. BATTERY 20A BREAKER
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21. 240VAC THREE PHASE RECEPTACLE
This is a 240VAC (15-50R) receptacle that provides
240VAC three phase auxiliary power. This receptacle has a 50 amp rating.
Items 27 thru 30 are found inside the machine by
removing the right side panel facing the front.
22. 120/240 VAC SINGLE PHASE RECEPTACLE
This is a 120/240VAC (14-50R) receptacle that provides 240VAC or
can be split for 120VAC single phase auxiliary power. This receptacle has a 50 amp rating. Refer to the AUXILIARY POWER RECEPTACLES section in the installation chapter for further information about
this receptacle. Also refer to the AUXILIARY POWER OPERATION section later in this chapter.
27. GLOW RELAY / BREAKER (70A)
28. FUEL RELAY / BREAKER (20A)
29. IDLE RELAY
30. ECU (Electronic Control Unit) BREAKER (30A)
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23. 10A 42V/40V ARCLINK BREAKERS
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24. CIRCUIT BREAKERS
These circuit breakers provide separate overload current protection for each 120V circuit at the 240V single phase receptacle, each 120V single phase receptacle, the 240V three phase
receptacle, the 120VAC in the 14-Pin connector, the 42VAC in
the 14-Pin connector and battery circuit overload protection.
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25. GROUND STUD
Provides a connection point for connecting the machine case
to earth ground. Refer to “MACHINE GROUNDING” in the
Installation chapter for proper machine grounding information.
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31. NEGATIVE BATTERY JUMP START
TERMINAL.
32. POSITIVE BATTERY JUMP START TERMINAL.
12V battery jump start feature is standard. Covered
output studs for convenient access, and protection
against accidental impact. These terminals can be
used to jump-start a utility truck with up to 800 cold
cranking amps.
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AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
33. ACTIVATING THE COMPRESSOR SYSTEM
Figure B.14
(See Figure B.12 and B.13)
1. The compressor can be activated in low or high idle.
2. Close the ball valve, Item 33, as shown in the figure B.14.
3. Press the power switch, Item 36, to the “ON” position as
shown in figure B.15.
4. Watch the pressure gage, Item 37, for an increase in pressure
to approximately 150-160 psi, depending on the idle speed
selected.
5. The hour meter, Item 34, will activate and show the total
hours on the compressor system.
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6. The amber fault light, Item 35, should not be illuminated when
the system is functioning normally.
• If the compressor system does not come on and/or the fault
light is illuminated, turn off the compressor power switch,
then turn off the machine (RUN/STOP to OFF) and go to the
“TROUBLE SHOOTING” section to locate the cause of the
problem.
7. The compressor system is ready to use after warming up for
about one minute.
8. Connect up to the ball valve (3/4 NPT )and open fully to use
the system air
DEACTIVATING THE COMPRESSOR SYSTEM
1. Close the ball valve, Item 33, as shown in the figure B.12.
2. Press the power switch, Item 36, to the “OFF” position see
figure B.15.
3. Watch the pressure gage, Item 37, for a decrease in pressure
to approximately to 0 psi. This should take place in one
minute or less.
34
35
Figure B.15
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36
37
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
CONTROL AND INDICATOR FUNCTIONALITY
(Letters reference the preceding figures)
1. The ball valve Item 33 controls the flow of air out of the system.
The valve is fully closed when the handle is pointing to the left
side of the machine (as shown in figure B.14). The valve is fully
open when the handle is pointing away from the control panel.
• Always turn the valve to the fully closed position before
starting and stopping the system.
2. When the compressor system is running, the total hours on the
system is displayed on the hour meter Item 34. This is the time
interval used for servicing the system oil and filters and drive belt.
3. The amber fault light Item 35 on the lower right is normally off
when the compressor system is functioning normally. If the light
is illuminated it indicates a system malfunction and the system
will automatically turn itself off by disengaging the magnetic
clutch. The pressure gage should be reading 0 psi in this
condition.
• NOTE: It is acceptable to continue to use the machine for
welding and auxiliary power without causing any
further damage to the compressor system until it
can be serviced.
4. The ON / OFF switch Item 36 controls power to the electromechanical clutch which mechanically couples and decouples the
compressor to the engine. When the switch is pushed to the ON
position, 12 volts DC is applied to the clutch, enabling the
compressor to be driven by the engine. When the switch is
pushed to the OFF position, the 12 volts DC is cut from the circuit
thereby disengaging the clutch and stopping compressor rotation.
5. The air pressure gage Item 37 indicates that the system is on and
functioning and reads the pressure at the filter manifold. The
pressure at a tool attached to the system will be lower depending
on the hose length and restrictions (lubricators, filters, regulators,
tees, etc.) placed between the ball valve and the tool.
Minimum pressure check valve clutch safeguard.
• A minimum pressure check valve has been installed internal to the
machine just ahead of the ball valve as a safeguard against starting
and stopping the compressor with the ball valve open. This check
valve will help to minimize damage to the clutch when the ball
valve is not closed when starting and stopping the system over the
coarse of the life of the machine. To ensure long term reliability
the ball valve must be closed before starting and stopping the
compressor. For informative purposes, this check valve has a
cracking pressure of 60 psi.
(FOR MORE DETAILS ON THE COMPRESSOR SYSTEM AND
TROUBLESHOOTING CONSULT THE APPROPRIATE VMAC OWNERS
MANUAL)
CONTROL SAFEGUARDS TO IMPROVE RELIABILITY
ON/OFF clutch safeguard
• If the system is on and running and the power switch is pushed to
“OFF” and then back “ON” before the system pressure reaches 2
psi, the following system behavior will be observed which is
designed to prevent excessive wear or failure of the clutch:
• The amber fault light will be illuminated.
• The compressor clutch will not be engaged.
• The air pressure gage will show a decrease in pressure until 2 psi
is reached.
• When the system reaches 2 psi a pressure switch will then allow
12V to go to the clutch reactivating the system.
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AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
WELDER OPERATION
TYPICAL FUEL CONSUMPTION
DUTY CYCLE
Refer to Table B.2 for typical fuel consumption of the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
Engine for various operating scenarios.
Duty cycle is the percentage of time the load is being applied in a 10
minute period. For example, a 60% duty cycle represents 6 minutes of
load and 4 minutes of no load in a 10 minute period.
TOUCH START TIG MODE
The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD can be used in a wide variety of DC TIG
welding applications.
STICK WELDING MODE
The TOUCH START TIG setting of the MODE switch is for DC TIG (Tungsten
Inert Gas) welding. To initiate a weld, the OUTPUT CONTROL knob is first
set to the desired current and the tungsten is touched to the work. During
The MODE switch provides two stick welding settings as follows:
the time the tungsten is touching the work there is very little voltage or
current and, in general, avoids tungsten contamination. Then, the tungCC-STICK MODE
sten is gently lifted off the work in a rocking motion, which establishes
The CC-STICK position of the MODE switch is designed for horizontal, ver- the arc.
tical-up and over head welding with all types of electrodes, especially low
To stop the arc, simply lift the TIG torch away from the work piece. When
hydrogen. The OUTPUT CONTROL knob adjusts the full output range for
the arc voltage reaches approximately 30 volts, the arc will go out and the
stick welding.
machine will automatically reset to the touch start current level. The
The ARC CONTROL knob sets the short circuit (arc-force) current during
tungsten may then be retouched to the work piece to restrike the arc. The
stick welding. Increasing the number from -10(Soft) to +10 (Crisp)
arc may also be started and stopped with an Amptrol or Arc Start Switch.
increases the short circuit current and prevents sticking of the electrode
The ARC CONTROL is not active in the TIG mode.
to the plate while welding. This can also increase spatter. It is recommended that the ARC CONTROL be set to the minimum number without
In general the ‘Touch Start’ feature avoids tungsten contamination without the
use of a Hi-frequency unit. If the use of a high frequency generator is desired,
electrode sticking. Start with the knob set at 0.
the K930-2 TIG Module can be used with the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD. The
DOWNHILL PIPE MODE
settings are for reference.
This slope controlled setting is intended for “out-of-position” and “down
The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD is equipped with the required R.F. bypass
hill” pipe welding where the operator would like to control the current
circuitry for the connection of high frequency generating equipment.
level by changing the arc length. The OUTPUT CONTROL knob adjusts the
The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD and any high frequency generating
full output range for pipe welding.
equipment must be properly grounded. See the K930-2 TIG
The ARC CONTROL knob sets the short circuit current (arc-force) during
Module operating manuals for complete instructions on installastick welding to adjust for a soft or a more forceful digging arc (Crisp).
tion, operation, and maintenance.
Increasing the number from -10(Soft) to +10(Crisp) increases the short
When using the TIG Module, the OUTPUT control on the AIR VANTAGE®
circuit current which results in a more forceful digging arc. Typically a
600 SD is used to set the maximum range of the CURRENT CONTROL
forceful digging arc is preferred for root and hot passes. A softer arc is
on
the TIG Module Amptrol.
preferred for fill and cap passes where weld puddle control and deposition (“stacking” of iron) are key to fast travel speeds. It is recommended
that the ARC CONTROL be set initially at 0.
The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD can be used with a broad range of DC stick
electrodes.
Table B.2
(Deutz TD 2.9 L4) Fuel Consumption
High Idle
Low Idle
100A 24V
200A 28V
300A 32V
400A 36V
500A 40V
Aux power 12,000VA single phase
Aux power 20,000VA three phase
GAL/HR
0.79
0.59
0.91
1.05
1.30
1.65
2.02
1.35
1.86
B-11
Liters/Hr
3.01
2.24
3.44
3.98
4.92
6.25
7.63
5.11
7.03
HRS @ 25 GAL(94.6L)
31.48
42.37
27.54
23.76
19.23
15.15
12.40
18.51
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AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
COMMON WELDING PROCEDURES
WARNING
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD then uses the WFS setting to adjust the voltage
and current according to settings contained in the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD.
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 AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
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 available to use with the
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD.
DEFINITION OF WELDING MODES
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.
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. Voltage or Trim can be adjusted.
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.14)
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.
FIGURE B.14
BASIC WELDING CONTROLS
Weld Mode
Selecting a weld mode determines the output characteristics of the
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD 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 AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD at the factory, refer to the Weld Set
Reference Guide supplied with the machine.
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
B-12
Trim .50
Arc Length Short
Trim 1.00
Arc Length Medium
Trim 1.50
Arc L ength Long
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
Most pulse welding programs are synergic. As the wire feed speed
is adjusted, the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD will automatically
recalculate the waveform parameters to maintain similar arc
properties.
The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD 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 AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD waveforms are optimized for a
0.75” stick-out. The adaptive behavior supports a range of stickouts 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.15)
FIGURE B.15
UltimArc™ Control -10.0
Low Frequency, Wi de
UltimArc™ Control OFF
Med ium Fr equency and Wi dth
B-13
UltimArc™ Control +10.0
Hi gh Frequency , Fo cu sed
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD SETTINGS WHEN USING THE
K930-2 TIG MODULE
• Set the WELD MODE switch to the “Touch Start TIG Setting”.
• Set the STOP/AUTO IDLE/HIGH IDLE switch to the “AUTO/RUN”
position.
• Set the WELDING TERMINALS switch to the “Remotely
Controlled” position. This will keep the solid state contactor
open and provide a “cold” electrode until the triggering device
(Amptrol or Arc Start Switch) is pressed.
1%, 2%
Thoriated
Tungsten
.50 (0.020)
5-20
(3)
3-5 (5-10)
3-5 (5-10)
70-150
10-20
3-5 (5-10)
4-6 (9-13)
#5, #6
400-500
500-750
40-55
55-80
6-8 (13-17)
8-10 (18-22)
#8, #10
1.6 (1/16)
(4)
(5)
2-15
15-80
2.4 (3/32)
3.2 (1/8)
150-250
250-400
6.4 (1/4)
750-1000
4.0 (5/32)
4.8 (3/16)
(3)
Approximate Argon Gas Flow Rate
l/min (c.f.m.)
1%, 2%
Thoriated
Tungsten
1.0 (0.040)
(2)
DCEP (+)
Tungsten
Electrode
Diameter
mm (in)
.25 (0.010)
(1)
DCEN (-)
Table B.3 TYPICAL CURRENT RANGES (1)
FOR TUNGSTEN ELECTRODES (2)
Aluminum
(3)
2-4 (3-8)
(3)
3-5 (5-10)
15-30
25-40
6-8 (13-17)
7-11 (15-23)
10-12 (21-25)
11-13 (23-27)
80-125
13-15 (28-32)
Stainless Steel
2-4 (3-8)
3-5 (5-10)
5-7 (11-15)
5-7 (11-15)
11-13 (23-27)
TIG TORCH
Nozzle
Size (4), (5)
#4, #5, #6
#6, #7, #8
When used with argon gas. The current ranges shown must be reduced when using argon/helium or pure helium shielding gases.
Tungsten electrodes are classified as follows by the American Welding Society (AWS):
Pure
EWP
1% Thoriated
EWTh-1
2% Thoriated
EWTh-2
Though not yet recognized by the AWS, Ceriated Tungsten is now widely accepted as a substitute for 2% Thoriated Tungsten in AC
and DC applications.
DCEP is not commonly used in these sizes.
TIG torch nozzle “sizes” are in multiples of 1/16ths of an inch:
#4=
#5=
#6=
#7=
#8=
#10 =
1/4 in.
5/16 in.
3/8 in.
7/16 in.
1/2 in.
5/8 in.
6 mm
8 mm
10 mm
11 mm
12.5 mm
16 mm
TIG torch nozzles are typically made from alumina ceramic. Special applications may require lava nozzles, which are less prone to
breakage, but cannot withstand high temperatures and high duty cycles.
B-14
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
CV-WIRE MODE
PARALLELING
Connect a wire feeder to the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD and set welder When paralleling machines in order to combine their outputs, all
controls according to the instructions listed earlier in this section.
units must be operated in the CC-STICK mode at the same output
®
The AIR VANTAGE 600 SD in the ”CV-WIRE” position, permits it to settings. To achieve this, turn the WELD MODE switch to the CCSTICK position. Operation in other modes may produce erratic outbe used with a broad range of flux cored wire (Innershield and
and large output imbalances between the units.
puts,
Outershield) electrodes and solid wires for MIG welding (gas metal
arc welding). Welding can be finely tuned using the “ARC CONTROL”. AUXILIARY POWER OPERATION
Turning the ARC CONTROL clockwise from -10(soft) to +10(crisp)
changes the arc from soft and washed-in to crisp and narrow. It acts Start the engine and set the IDLER control switch to the desired
operating mode. Full power is available regardless of the welding
as an inductance/pinch control. The proper setting depends on the
control
settings, if no welding current is being drawn.
procedure and operator preference. Start with the knob set at 0.
For any electrodes, including the above recommendations, the
procedures should be kept within the rating of the machine. For
additional electrode information, See www.lincolnelectric.com or
the appropriate Lincoln publication.
CONSTANT VOLTAGE WELDING
The auxiliary power of the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD consists of two
20 Amp-120VAC single phase (5-20R) GFCI duplex receptacles,
one 50 Amp-120/240VAC single phase (14-50R) receptacle and
one 50 Amp 240VAC three phase (15-50R) receptacle. The
120/240VAC receptacle can be split for single phase 120 VAC
operation.
Synergic CV
For each wire feed speed, a corresponding voltage is preprogrammed
into the machine through special software at the factory.
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 AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD automatically
adjusts the voltage level correspondingly to maintain similar arc
characteristics throughout the WFS range.
The auxiliary power capacity is 12,000 watts of 60 Hz, single
phase power or 20,000 watts of 60Hz, three phase power. The
auxiliary power capacity rating in watts is equivalent to voltamperes at unity power factor. The maximum permissible current
of the 240 VAC output is 50 A. The 240 VAC single phase output
can be split to provide two separate 120 VAC outputs with a maximum permissible current of 50 A per output to two separate 120
VAC branch circuits. Output voltage is within ± 10% at all loads up
to rated capacity.
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.
ARC GOUGING
For optimal performance when arc gouging, set the VANTAGE® 600 SD
“WELD MODE” switch to the “Arc Gouging” position, and the “ARC
CONTROL” to 10.
Set the “OUTPUT” knob to adjust output current to the desired
level for the gouging electrode being used according to the ratings
in Table B.4 below.
Due to available horsepower of engine at low idle, when gouging
above 450 Amps it is recommended to set the machine for
“High Idle.”
NOTE: If desired the CV mode can be used for Arc Gouging*.
Maximum current setting is limited to the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
maximum of 600 Amps.
ELECTRODE
DIAMETER
(1/8”)
(5/32”)
(3/16”)
(1/4”)
(5/16”)
(3/8”)
(1/2”)
NOTE: The two 120V GFCI receptacles and the two 120V circuits
of the 120/240V receptacle are connected to different phases and
cannot be paralleled.
The auxiliary power receptacles should only be used with three
wire grounded type plugs or approved double insulated tools with
two wire plugs.
The current rating of any plug used with the system must be at
least equal to the current capacity of the associated receptacle.
SIMULTANEOUS WELDING AND AUXILIARY POWER
LOADS
It must be noted that the above auxiliary power ratings are with no
welding load.
Simultaneous welding and power loads are specified in table B.5.
The permissible currents shown assume that current is being
drawn from either the 120 VAC or 240 VAC supply (not both at the
same time).
TABLE B.4
CURRENT RANGE
(DC, electrode positive)
30-60 Amps
90-150 Amps
200-250 Amps
300-400 Amps
350-450 Amps
450-600 Amps*
600 Amps
B-15
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
WELD
AMPS
0
100
200
250
300
400
up to 600
OPERATION
1 PHASE
WATTS
AMPS
12,000
50
12,000
50
12,000
50
50
12,000
10,000
42
5,600
23
0
0
3 PHASE
WATTS
AMPS
20,000
50
17,800
43
14,000
34
29
12,000
10,000
24
5,600
13
0
0
TABLE B.5 AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD DEUTZ SIMULTANEOUS WELDING AND POWER LOADS
PLUS
OR
OR
BOTH 1 AND 3 PHASE
WATTS
AMPS
50
----------50
-----50
12,000
-----10,000
-----5,600
-----0
0
TABLE B.6 AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD DEUTZ Extension Cord Length Recommendations
Current Voltage Load
(Amps) (Volts) (Watts)
15
15
20
20
25
30
38
50
120
240
120
240
240
240
240
240
1800
3600
2400
4800
6000
7200
9000
12000
14 AWG
30
60
(9)
(18)
Maximum Allowable Cord Length in ft. (m) for Conductor Size
12 AWG
10 AWG
8 AWG
6 AWG
40
75
30
60
(12)
(23)
(9)
(18)
75
150
50
100
90
75
(23)
(46)
(15)
(30)
(27)
(23)
125
225
88
175
150
120
100
(38)
(69)
(27)
(53)
(46)
(37)
(30)
Conductor size is based on maximum 2.0% voltage drop.
B-16
175
350
138
275
225
175
150
125
(53)
(107)
(42)
(84)
(69)
(53)
(46)
(38)
4 AWG
300
600
225
450
250
300
250
200
(91)
(183)
(69)
(137)
(76)
(91)
(76)
(61)
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
OPERATION
The following additional modes can be accessed via an ArcLink feeder
Dia.
inches
.030
.035
.040
.045
3/64
0.052
1/16
Dia.
inches
0.035
0.045
3/64
0.052
1/16
Synergic CV Modes
Metal
Core
Stainless
Argon
Tri-Mix Argon Mix
Mix
•
•
•
•
Steel
Argon
CO2
Mix
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Pulse Modes
Steel
Stainless
Argon
Argon
Mix
Mix
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Aluminum
4043
5356
•
•
•
•
B-17
Flux Core
Argon
CO2
Mix
•
Aluminum
4043
5356
•
•
•
•
•
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
ACCESSORIES
WARNING
OPTIONAL FIELD INSTALLED ACCESSORIES
K802N POWER PLUG KIT - Provides four 120V plugs rated at 20 amps each and
one dual voltage, full KVA plug rated at 120/240V, 50 amps. 120V plug may not
be compatible with NEMA common household receptacles.
K857 25 ft. (7.5 m) or K857-1 100 ft. (30.4 m) REMOTE CONTROL Portable control provides same dial range as the output control on the welder
from a location up to the specified length from the welder. Has convenient
plug for easy connection to the welder. The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD is
equipped with a 12-pin connector for connecting the remote control and 12pin to 6-pin adapter.
Pipe Thawing with an arc welder can cause fire, explosion,
damage to electric wiring or to the arc welder if done improperly. The use of an arc welder for pipe thawing is not
approved by the CSA, nor is it recommended or supported by
Lincoln Electric.
-----------------------------------------------------------------REMOTE OUTPUT CONTROL WITH 120V AC RECEPTACLES
Remote weld output control box with two 120V AC receptacles
having GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) protection. One cord
for both remote and power. 100 ft. (30.5 m) length. Permits
remote adjustment of weld output and power for tools (such as a
grinder) at the work. 20 amp capacity.
K2627-2
K704 ACCESSORY SET - Includes 35 feet (10 m) of electrode
cable and 30ft. (9m) of work cable, headshield, Filter plate, work
DOCKING KIT
clamp and electrode holder. Cable is rated at 500 amps, 60% duty Secures the K2642-1 Polarity/Multi- Process Switch to the enginedriven welder roof. Release latch permits removal of K2642-1
cycle.
Polarity/Multi- Process Switch. Made from stainless steel for rustfree operation. For all Lincoln Electric Chopper Technology®
K2641-2 FOUR WHEELED STEERABLE YARD TRAILER
engine-driven welders.
For in plant and yard towing. Comes standard with a Duo-Hitch™, a 2”
K2663-1
Ball and Lunette Eye combination hitch.
TIG OPTIONS
MEDIUM WELDER TRAILER
For heavy-duty road, off-road, plant and yard use. Includes pivoting jack
stand, safety chains, and 13 in. (330 mm) wheels. Stiff .120 in. (3.0 mm)
welded rectangular steel tube frame construction is phosphate etched and
powder coat painted for superior rust and corrosion resistance. Low sway
suspension gives outstanding stability with manageable tongue weight.
Wheel bearings are packed with high viscosity, high pressure, low washout
Lubriplate® grease. Includes a Duo-Hitch® – a 2 in. (51 mm) Ball/Lunette
Eye combination hitch. Overall width 60 in. (1524 mm). Overall length 124
in. (3150 mm).
K2636-1 Trailer
K2639-1 Fender & Light Kit
K2640-1 Cable Rack
POLARITY/MULTI-PROCESS SWITCH
For easy polarity switching. Example: DC-stick root pass on pipe and DC+
stick for hot, fill and cap passes. Also for an easy process change.
Example: DC+ stick root pass on pipe and DC- Innershield® self-shielded
flux-cored wire for hot, fill and cap passes. 6 and 14-pin remote connections can be made to this unit. For all Lincoln Electric Chopper Technology®
engine-driven welders. Mounts on roof with K2663-1 Docking Kit.
K2642-1
K1783-9 PTA-26V TIG Torch
Air Cooled 200 amp torch (2 piece) equipped with valve for gas
flow control. 25 ft. (7.6m) length.
KP509 Magnum Parts Kit for PTA-26V TIG Torch
Magnum Parts Kit provides all the torch accessories you need to
start welding. Parts kit provides collets, collet bodies, a black cap,
alumina nozzles and tungstens in a variety of sizes, all packaged
in an easy to carry reclosable sack.
K870 Foot Amptrol® - Varies current while welding for making
critical TIG welds and crater filling. Depress pedal to increase current. Depressing pedal fully achieves maximum set current. Fully
raising the pedal finishes the weld and starts the after flow cycle
on systems so equipped. Includes 25 ft. (7.6m) control cable.
K963-3 Hand Amptrol® - Provides 25 ft. (7.6 m) of remote current control for TIG welding. (6-pin plug connection). Velcro straps
secure torch. (one size fits all Pro-Torch™ TIG Torches)
K3985-1 SPARK ARRESTOR KIT - Easily mounts to D.O.C. unit in place of
the exhaust outlet pipe.
Square Wave™ TIG 175
For AC TIG Welding with square wave performance, use the AC
generator of the engine-driven welder to supply the power (full
rated output may not be available). Easy setup. Includes torch, foot
Amptrol™ and gas regulator and hose. Requires the K1816-1 Full
KVA Adapter Kit.
K1478-5
K1816-1 Full KVA Adapter Kit - Plugs into the 120/240V NEMA
14-50R receptacle on the case front (which accepts 4-prong
plugs) and converts it to a NEMA 6-50R receptacle (which accepts
3-prong plugs) for connection to Lincoln Equipment with a NEMA
6-50P plug,
K2350-2 Invertec® V205-T AC/DC One-Pak™ Package
For AC TIG welding with square wave performance, use the AC
generator of the engine-driven welder to supply the power. Easy
setup. Includes torch, parts kit, regulator and hose kit, TwistMate™ torch adapter, work cable with Twist-Mate end and foot
Amptrol® .
T12153-9 Full-KVA Power Plug - One dual voltage plug rated at
120/240V, 50 amps, single phase.
C-1
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
ACCESSORIES
WIRE FEEDER OPTIONS
LN-25 IRONWORKER™ WIRE FEEDER
Portable CV unit for flux-cored and mig welding with maxtrac® wire drive
system. includes digital meters for wire feed speed/amperage
and voltage, gas solenoid, internal contactor and 5/64 in. (2.0 mm) drive
roll kit for cored wire. has 83% reduced wire feed speed capability for 6
o’clock pipe welding with Innershield® wire.
K2614-9
K126™ PRO Innershield® Gun
For self-shielded wire with 15 ft. (4.5 m) cable. For .062-5/64 in.
(1.6-2.0 mm) wire. Includes K466-10 Connector Kit.
K126-12
KP1696-1 Drive Roll Kit - Includes: 2 V groove drive rolls and
inner wire guide for Steel Wires. (Used on LN-25 Pro)
Drive Roll and Guide Tube Kit
For .068-.072 in. (1.7-1.8 mm) cored or solid steel wire.
KP1697-068
Magnum® PRO 350 Ready-Pak® 15 ft., .035-5/64 in.
Magnum® PRO MIG/flux-cored welding guns are rated 100% duty
cycle. The guns are designed for high amperage, high duty cycle
applications in extreme environments where heat-resistance and
fast serviceability are key.
K2652-2-10-45
K487-25 Magnum SG Spool Gun
Hand held semiautomatic wire feeder. Requires SG Control
Module and Input Cable.
K488 SG Control Module
The Interface between the power source and the spool gun.
Provides control of the wire speed and gas flow. For use with a
spool gun.
K691-10 Input Cable (For SG Control Module)
For Lincoln engine power sources with 14-pin MS-type connection, separate 115V NEMA receptacles and output stud connections.
POWER FEED 25M
This compact shop or construction wire feeder is push-pull capable for premium aluminum welding. Featuring our MAXTRAC®
drive system, full controls and procedural memory presets, the
Power Feed® 25M is ready for advanced process welding on
almost any application.
PLASMA CUTTING
Tomahawk® 1000
Cuts metal using the AC generator power from the engine-driven
welder. Requires the T12153-9 Full-KVA Power Plug (1-Phase).
K2808-1
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AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
NOTES
C-3
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
NOTES
C-4
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
MAINTENANCE
AIR FILTER
WARNING
• Have a qualified technician do the maintenance and troubleshooting work.
CAUTION
• Excessive air filter restriction will result in reduced engine
life.
WARNING
• Turn the engine off before working inside the machine.
• Remove guards only when necessary and replace them
when the maintenance requiring their removal is complete.
• Never use gasoline or low flash point solvents for cleaning
the air cleaner element. A fire or explosion could result.
• Always use the greatest care when working near moving
parts.
CAUTION
-----------------------------------------------------------------Read the Safety Precautions in front of this manual and the engine
instruction manual before working on this machine.
• Never run the engine without the air cleaner. Rapid engine
wear will result from contaminants, such as dust and dirt
being drawn into the engine.
------------------------------------------------------------------
Keep all equipment safety guards, covers and devices in position
and in good repair. Keep hands, hair, clothing and tools away from
The diesel engine is equipped with a dry type air filter. Never
V-belts, gears, fans and all other moving parts when starting,
apply oil to it. Service the air cleaner as follows:
operating or repairing the equipment.
ROUTINE AND PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
DAILY
Replace the element as indicated by the service indicator. (See
Service Instructions and Installation Tips for Engine Air Filter.)
• Check the Engine oil level.
• Refill the fuel tank to minimize moisture condensation in the
tank.
• Open the water drain valve located on the bottom of the water
separator element 1 or 2 turns and allow to drain into a container suitable for diesel fuel for 2 to 3 seconds. Repeat the
above drainage procedure until diesel fuel is detected in the
container.
WEEKLY
Blow out the machine with low pressure air periodically. In particularly dirty locations, this may be required once a week.
ENGINE MAINTENANCE
Refer to the “SERVICE PLAN” section of the Engine Operator’s
Manual for the recommended maintenance schedule of the following:
a) Engine Oil and Filter
b) Air Cleaner
c) Fuel Filter - and Delivery System
d) Alternator Belt
e) Battery
f) Cooling System
Refer to Table D.1 at the end of this section for various engine
maintenance components.
D-1
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
MAINTENANCE
Service Instructions
Single- and Two-Stage Engine Air Cleaners
Inspect the New Filter for Damage
Remove the Filter
Rotate the
filter while
pulling
straight out.
Unfasten or unlatch the
service cover. Because
the filter fits tightly over the
outlet tube to create the critical seal, there will
be some initial resistance, similar to breaking
the seal on a jar. Gently move the end of the filter
back and forth to break the seal then rotate while
pulling straight out. Avoid knocking the filter
against the housing.
If your air cleaner has a safety filter, replace it every third primary
filter change. Remove the safety filter as you would the primary
filter. Make sure you cover the air cleaner outlet tube to avoid any
unfiltered contaminant dropping into the engine.
Insert the New Radial Seal Filter Properly
If you're servicing the safety filter, this should be seated into
position before installing the primary filter.
Insert the new filter carefully. Seat
the filter by hand, making certain it is
completely into the air cleaner housing
before securing the cover in place.
Clean Both Surfaces of the Outlet Tube
and Check the Vacuator™ Valve
The critical sealing area will stretch
slightly, adjust itself and distribute the sealing pressure evenly. To
complete a tight seal, apply pressure by hand at the outer rim of
the filter, not the flexible center. (Avoid pushing on the center of the
urethane end cap.) No cover pressure is required to hold the seal.
NEVER use the service cover to push the filter into place! Using the
cover to push the filter in could cause damage to the housing, cover
fasteners and will void the warranty.
Use a clean cloth to wipe the filter sealing surface and the inside of
the outlet tube. Contaminant on the sealing surface could hinder an
effective seal and cause leakage. Make sure that all contaminant is
removed before the new filter is inserted. Dirt accidently transferred
to the inside of the outlet tube will reach the engine and cause
wear. Engine manufacturers say that it takes only a few grams of
dirt to "dust" an engine! Be careful not to damage the sealing area
on the tube.
If the service cover hits the filter before it is fully in place, remove
the cover and push the filter (by hand) further into the air cleaner
and try again. The cover should go on with no extra force.
Wipe both sides
of the outlet
tube clean.
Outer edge of the
outlet tube
Inspect the new filter carefully, paying attention to
the inside of the open end, which is the
sealing area. NEVER install a damaged
filter. A new Donaldson radial seal
filter may have a dry lubricant on the
seal to aid installation.
Once the filter is in place, secure the service cover.
Inner edge of the
outlet tube
Caution
NEVER use the service cover to
push the filter into place! Using
the cover to push the filter in could
cause damage to the housing, cover
fasteners and will void the warranty.
If your air cleaner is equipped with a Vacuator Valve
Visually check and physically squeeze to make sure the
valve is flexible and not inverted, damaged or plugged.
Inspect the Old
Filter for Leak Clues
Check Connectors for Tight Fit
Visually inspect the old filter for any signs
of leaks. A streak of dust on the clean side
of the filter is a telltale sign. Remove any
cause of leaks before installing new filter.
Make sure that all mounting bands, clamps, bolts, and connections
in the entire air cleaner system are tight. Check for holes in piping
and repair if needed. Any leaks in your intake piping will send dust
directly to the engine!
D-2
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
MAINTENANCE
FUEL FILTERS
WARNING
BATTERY HANDLING
GASES FROM BATTERY can explode.
• Keep sparks, flame and cigarettes away from
battery.
When working on the fuel system
• Keep naked lights away, do not smoke !
To prevent EXPLOSION when:
• Do not spill fuel !
• INSTALLING A NEW BATTERY - disconnect negative cable from old battery first and connect
to new battery last.
-----------------------------------------------------------------The AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD is equipped with a Fuel Filter located
after the lift pump and before fuel injectors.The procedure for
changing the filter is as follows.
• CONNECTING A BATTERY CHARGER - Remove
battery from welder by disconnecting negative
cable first, then positive cable and battery
clamp. When reinstalling, connect negative
cable last. Keep well ventilated.
1. Close the fuel shutoff valve.
2. Clean the area around the fuel filter head. Remove the filter.
Clean the gasket surface of the filter head and replace the oring.
3. Fill the clean filter with clean fuel, and lubricate the o-ring seal
with clean lubricating oil.
• USING A BOOSTER - connect positive lead to
battery first then connect negative lead to
engine foot.
WARNING
4. Install the filter as specified by the filter manufacturer.
BATTERY ACID CAN BURN EYES AND SKIN.
Mechanical over tightened will distort the threads, filter element seal or filter can.
• Wear gloves and eye protection and be careful
when working near battery. Follow instructions printed on battery.
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COOLING SYSTEM
-----------------------------------------------------------------The cooling system of the Deutz engine needs to be checked and
cleaned periodically. (Consult the engine Owners Manual for the PREVENTING ELECTRICAL DAMAGE
proper procedures and frequency).
1. When replacing, jumping, or otherwise connecting the battery
to the battery cables, the proper polarity must be observed.
Failure to observe the proper polarity could result in damage to
Coolant needs to be added at the radiator filler neck after removthe charging circuit. The positive (+) battery cable has a red tering cap when system is cool. Fill to top of filler neck. Engine will
minal cover.
not start if coolant level is too low.
2. If the battery requires charging from an external charger, disconnect the negative battery cable first and then the positive
battery cable before attaching the charger leads. Failure to do
The coolant system is equipped with an internal expansion tank
so can result in damage to the internal charger components.
located inside the top radiator tank. This allows for normal thermal
When reconnecting the cables, connect the positive cable first
expansion and contraction of the engine coolant. The system is fitand the negative cable last.
ted with a “catch only” reservoir to keep any rejected or excess
coolant from entering the environment. Check periodically and
empty as required. Do not fill with coolant.
PREVENTING BATTERY DISCHARGE
Turn the RUN/STOP switch to stop when engine is not running.
PREVENTING BATTERY BUCKLING
Tighten nuts on battery clamp until snug.
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MAINTENANCE
CHARGING THE BATTERY
WELDER / GENERATOR MAINTENANCE
When you charge, jump, replace, or otherwise connect battery
cables to the battery, be sure the polarity is correct. Improper
polarity can damage the charging circuit. The AIR VANTAGE® 600
SD positive (+) battery terminal has a red terminal cover.
STORAGE
Store the AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD in a clean, dry protected areas.
If you need to charge the battery with an external charger, disconnect the negative cable first, then the positive cable before you
attach the charger leads. after the battery is charged, reconnect
the positive battery cable first and the negative cable last. Failure
to do so can result in damage to the internal charger components.
CLEANING
Blow out the generator and controls periodically with low pressure
air. do this at least once a week in particularly dirty areas.
BRUSH REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
It is normal for the brushes and slip rings to wear and darken
slightly. Inspect the brushes when a generator overhaul is necessary.
Follow the instructions of the battery charger manufacturer for
proper charger settings and charging time.
WARNING
NAMEPLATES / WARNING DECALS MAINTENANCE
Whenever routine maintenance is performed on this machine - or
at least yearly - inspect all nameplates and labels for legibility.
Replace those which are no longer clear. Refer to the parts list for
the replacement item number.
Do not attempt to polish slip rings while the engine is
running.
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REPLACEMENT SERVICE ITEMS
ITEM
MAKE
PART NUMBER
P822768
SERVICE INTERVAL
(WITH SERVICE INDICATOR)
CLEAN AS NEEDED, REPLACE AS
INDICATED BY THE SERVICE
INDICATOR
(WITHOUT SERVICE INDICATOR)
CLEAN AS NEEDED, REPLACE
EVERY 200 HOURS.
AIR CLEANER
ELEMENT
DONALDSON
FLEETGUARD
AF25553
OIL FILTER
DEUTZ
01174416
REPLACE EVERY 500 HOURS OR
12 MONTHS, WHICHEVER IS LESS
FAN BELT
DEUTZ
04131488
REPLACE EVERY 1500 HOURS
FUEL FILTER
DEUTZ
04131532
REPLACE EVERY 500 HOURS OR
24 MONTHS, WHICHEVER IS LESS
FUEL FILTER/
WATER SEPARATOR
DEUTZ
04130241
CLEAN AS NEEDED,
REPLACE EVERY 1000 HOURS
BATTERY
——
BCI GROUP 34
INSPECT EVERY 500 HOURS
ENGINE OIL
CHANGE
SEE MANUAL
——
D-4
CHANGE EVERY 500 HOURS OR
6 MONTHS, WHICHEVER IS LESS.
CHECK DAILY.
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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 2.
POSSIBLE CAUSE.
The second column labeled “POSSIBLE CAUSE” lists the obvious
external possibilities that may contribute to the machine symptom.
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.
CAUTION
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your
Lincoln Authorized Service Facility for technical troubleshooting assistance before you proceed.
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Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual
PROBLEMS
(SYMPTOMS)
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
ENGINE PROBLEMS
Major Physical or Electrical Damage 1. Contact your Local Lincoln
is Evident.
Authorized Field Service Facility.
Engine will not crank
1. Battery low.
2. Loose battery cable connections
which may need Inspected, cleaned
or tighten.
3. Faulty wiring in engine starting circuit.
4. Faulty engine starter. Contact authorized local Engine Service Shop.
5. If check engine light is on contact your
Field Service Facility.
6. Check 30A Breaker (ECU).
Engine will crank but not start.
1. Out of fuel.
2. Fuel shut off valve is in the off position make sure the valve lever is in
the open position (lever in-line with
the Hose).
3. Engine shut down solenoid not pulling
in.
4. On/Off switch on for more than 30
sec. before starting, the On/Off switch
will need to be switch off and turned
back on.
5. Fuel Filters dirty/clogged, main filter
element and/or Inline Fuel Filter may
need to be replaced.
6. High oil temperature or low oil pressure. (engine protection light lit)
RECOMMENDED
COURSE OF ACTION
If all recommended possible areas
of misadjustment have been
checked and the problem persists,
Contact your local Lincoln
Authorized Field Service Facility.
Engine shuts down shortly after starting. 1. Low oil pressure (engine protection
light lit). Check oil level (Consult
engine service dealer).
2. High oil temperature. Check engine
cooling system. (engine protection
light lit).
3. Faulty oil pressure switch.
4. Faulty oil temperature switch. Contact
authorized local Engine Service Shop.
5. Check coolant level.
Engine shuts down while under a load.
1. High oil temperature.
Engine runs rough.
1. Dirty fuel or air filters may need
cleaned/replaced.
2. Water in fuel.
Engine will not shut off.
1. Fuel Shutdown solenoid not functioning properly.
CAUTION
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your
Lincoln Authorized Service Facility for technical troubleshooting assistance before you proceed.
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Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual
PROBLEMS
(SYMPTOMS)
Battery does not stay charged.
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
FUNCTION PROBLEMS
TROUBLE SHOOTING
RECOMMENDED
COURSE OF ACTION
1. Faulty battery.
2. Faulty engine alternator.
3. Loose or broken lead in charging
circuit.
4. Loose fan belt may need tightening.
Engine will not idle down to low 1. Idler switch in HIGH idle position,
speed.
make sure switch is set to AUTO.
2. Faulty relay.
3. Faulty Weld Control PCB (Printed
Circuit Board)
Engine will not go to high idle when 1. Poor work lead connection to
attempting to weld.
work.
2. Welding Terminals switch in
wrong position.
3. No open circuit voltage at output
studs.
4. Faulty Weld Control PCB.
If all recommended possible areas of
misadjustment have been checked
and the problem persists, Contact
your local Lincoln Authorized
Field Service Facility.
Engine will not go to high idle when 1. Broken wire in auxiliary current
using auxiliary power.
sensor wiring.
2. Auxiliary power load is less than
100 watts.
3. Faulty Weld Control PCB.
CAUTION
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your
Lincoln Authorized Service Facility for technical troubleshooting assistance before you proceed.
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Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual
PROBLEMS
(SYMPTOMS)
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
FUNCTION PROBLEMS
TROUBLE SHOOTING
RECOMMENDED
COURSE OF ACTION
Engine goes to low idle but does not 1. Faulty Weld Control PCB or Idler
stay at low idle.
relay.
No welding output or auxiliary out- 1.
put.
2.
3.
4.
Broken lead in rotor circuit.
Faulty field diode module.
Faulty Weld Control PCB.
Faulty rotor.
Welder has some/ no output and no 1. Faulty remote kit.
control. Auxiliary output OK
2. Faulty output control potentiometer.
3. Faulty output control wiring.
4. Faulty Weld Control PCB,
Idler/Engine Protection PCB or
Chopper PCB.
No welding output. Auxiliary output 1. WELDING TERMINALS switch in
wrong position, be sure switch is
OK.
in WELDING TERMINALS
ALWAYS ON position.
2. Faulty Weld Control PCB,
Idler/Engine Protection PCB or
Chopper PCB.
No auxiliary power.
If all recommended possible areas of
misadjustment have been checked
and the problem persists, Contact
your local Lincoln Authorized
Field Service Facility.
1. Open breakers may need to be
reset.
2. Faulty receptacle.
3. Faulty auxiliary circuit wiring.
4. GFCI tripped.
CAUTION
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your
Lincoln Authorized Service Facility for technical troubleshooting assistance before you proceed.
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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.
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
WIRING DIAGRAMS
F-1
F-2
TO WORK
ELECTRODE CABLE
TO WIRE FEED UNIT
TO WORK
K867 UNIVERSAL
ADAPTER PLUG
77
76
75
GND
21
4
2
N.E.
}
77
76
75
GND
21
4
2
32
31
GREEN
N.E. SPLICE LEADS AND INSULATE.
N.D. INSULATE EACH UNUSED LEAD INDIVIDUALLY.
N.C. IF OPTIONAL REMOTE OUTPUT CONTROL IS USED,CONTROL IS AUTOMATICALLY SWITCHED TO REMOTE CONTROL.
PLACE WIRE FEEDER SWITCH TO "WIRE FEEDER WITH CONTROL CABLE POSITION.
N.B. USE VOLTMETER SWITCH TO SELECT DESIRED ELECTRODE POLARITY. POSITION THE "SELECTOR" SWITCH TO "WIRE WELDING CV".
N.A. WELDING CABLE MUST BE OF PROPER CAPACITY FOR THE CURRENT AND DUTY CYCLE OF IMMEDIATE AND FUTURE
APPILICATIONS. SEE OPERATING MANUAL.
ANY INCREASE OF THE HIGH IDLE ENGINE RPM BY CHANGING THE GOVERNOR SETTING OR OVERRIDING THE THROTTLE LINKAGE WILL CAUSE
AN INCREASE IN THE THE AC AUXILIARY VOLTAGE. IF THIS VOLTAGE GOES OVER 140 VOLTS, WIRE FEEDER CONTROL CIRCUITS MAY BE
DAMAGED. THE ENGINE GOVERNOR SETTING IS PRE-SET AT THE FACTORY - DO NOT ADJUST ABOVE RPM SPECIFICATIONS LISTED IN
THE ENGINE WELDER OPERATING MANUAL.
CAUTION :
ELECTRODE
14 PIN
AMPHENOL
32
31
41
42
81
}
or service this equipment.
N.D.
Only qualified personnel should install,use
Do not touch electrically live parts.
82
Keep away from moving parts.
before servicing.
SPARE
Keep guards in place.
Do not operate with panels open.
Disconnect NEGATIVE (-) BATTERY LEAD
WARNING
VANTAGE / K867 / K775 / LN-7 CONNECTION DIAGRAM
K775 OPTIONAL
REMOTE CONTROL
K291 OR K404
INPUT CABLE
LN-7
WIRE
FEEDER
S23983
7-2000
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
F-3
F-4
TO WORK
ELECTRODE CABLE
TO WIRE FEED UNIT
TO WORK
ADAPTER PLUG
K867 UNIVERSAL
77
76
75
GND
21
4
2
N.C.
N.D.
}
C
B
A
GND
21
4
2
32
N.D. SPLICE LEADS AND INSULATE.
N.C. INSULATE EACH UNUSED LEAD INDIVIDUALLY.
N.A. WELDING CABLE MUST BE OF PROPER CAPACITY FOR THE CURRENT AND DUTY CYCLE OF IMMEDIATE AND FUTURE
APPICATIONS. SEE OPERATING MANUAL.
N.B. USE VOLTMETER SWITCH TO SELECT DESIRED ELECTRODE POLARITY. POSITION THE SELECTOR SWITCH TO "WIRE WELDING CV".
ANY INCREASE OF THE HIGH IDLE ENGINE RPM BY CHANGING THE GOVERNOR SETTING OR OVERRIDING THE THROTTLE LINKAGE WILL CAUSE
AN INCREASE IN THE THE AC AUXILIARY VOLTAGE. IF THIS VOLTAGE GOES OVER 140 VOLTS, WIRE FEEDER CONTROL CIRCUITS MAY BE
DAMAGED. THE ENGINE GOVERNOR SETTING IS PRE-SET AT THE FACTORY - DO NOT ADJUST ABOVE RPM SPECIFICATIONS LISTED IN
THE ENGINE WELDER OPERATING MANUAL.
CAUTION :
ELECTRODE
14 PIN
AMPHENOL
32
31
41
42
81
31
or service this equipment.
}
Only qualified personnel should install,use
Do not touch electrically live parts.
82
Keep away from moving parts.
before servicing.
SPARE
Keep guards in place.
Do not operate with panels open.
Disconnect NEGATIVE (-) BATTERY LEAD
WARNING
VANTAGE / K867 / LN-8 CONNECTION DIAGRAM
INPUT CABLE
K196
FEEDER
WIRE
LN-8
S23989
7-2000
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
F-5
+
_
ELELCTRODE CABLE
TO WIRE FEED UNIT
K595 CONTROL CABLE
LN-8 INPUT
CABLE PLUG
TO WORK
Keep guards in place.
Keep away from moving parts.
Only qualified personnel should install,use
or service this equipment.
MOVING PARTS can injure
S24787-6
4-14-2000
N.A. WELDING CABLES MUST BE OF PROPER CAPACITY FOR THE CURRENT AND DUTY CYCLE OF IMMEDIATE AND FUTURE
APPLICATIONS. SEE OPERATING MANUAL.
N.B. CONNECT WELDING CABLES TO OUTPUT STUDS FOR DESIRED POLARITY. POSITION THE WIRE FEEDER VOLTMETER SWITCH TO
MATCH THE POLARITY OF THE ELECTRODE CABLE.
N.C. PLACE IDLER SWITCH IN “HIGH” POSITION.
ANY INCREASE OF THE HIGH IDLE ENGINE RPM BY CHANGING THE GOVERNOR SETTING OR OVERRIDING THE THROTTLE LINKAGE WILL CAUSE
AN INCREASE IN THE AC WIRE FEEDER VOLTAGE, WHICH CAN DAMAGE THE CONTROL CIRCUIT. THE ENGINE GOVERNOR SETTING IS PRE-SET
AT THE FACTORY – DO NOT ADJUST ABOVE RPM SPECIFICATIONS LISTED IN THE ENGINE WELDER OPERATING MANUAL.
CAUTION
14 PIN
AMPHENOL
Do not operate with panels open.
Disconnect NEGATIVE (-) Battery lead
before servicing.
Do not touch electrically live parts.
ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill
WARNING
ENGINE WELDERS / LN-8 CONNECTION DIAGRAM
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
F-6
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
F-7
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
F-8
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
F-9
F-10
+
_
ENGINE
WELDER
TO
WORK
12 PIN
CONNECTOR
ELECTRODE CABLE
S24787-16
A.01
TO
WORK
WORK CLIP LEAD
OPTIONAL K444-1
REMOTE CONTROL
LN-25
WIRE FEEDER
K2909-1 12 PIN TO 6 PIN
ADAPTER CABLE
Keep guards in place.
Keep away from moving parts.
Only qualified personnel should install,use
or service this equipment.
MOVING PARTS can injure
N.A. WELDING CABLES MUST BE OF PROPER CAPACITY FOR THE CURRENT AND DUTY CYCLE OF
IMMEDIATE & FUTURE APPLICATIONS. SEE OPERATING MANUAL.
N.B. CONNECT WELDING CABLES TO OUTPUT STUDS FOR DESIRED POLARITY. POSITION THE WIRE
FEEDER VOLTMETER SWITCH TO MATCH THE POLARITY OF THE ELECTRODE CABLE.
N.C. PLACE THE MODE SWITCH IN THE “CV-WIRE” POSITION.
N.D. PLACE THE WELDING TERMINALS SWITCH IN THE “WELD TERMINALS ON” POSITION.
N.E. PLACE IDLER SWITCH IN “AUTO” OR “HIGH” IDLE POSITION AS DESIRED.
14 PIN
CONNECTOR
(MAY NOT
BE ON ALL
MACHINES)
Do not operate with panels open.
Disconnect NEGATIVE (-) Battery lead
before servicing.
Do not touch electrically live parts.
ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill
WARNING
TIER 4 FINAL ENGINE WELDERS /LN-25 ACROSS THE ARC
CONNECTION DIAGRAM WITH OPTIONAL K444-1 REMOTE CONTROL
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
F-11
+
_
ELECTRODE CABLE
TO WIRE FEED UNIT
K2909-1 12 PIN TO 6 PIN
ADAPTER CABLE
K584 CONTROL CABLE
TO LN-7 INPUT
CABLE PLUG
TO
WORK
OPTIONAL K857
REMOTE CONTROL
Keep guards in place.
Keep away from moving parts.
Only qualified personnel should install,use
or service this equipment.
MOVING PARTS can injure
N.A. WELDING CABLES MUST BE OF PROPER CAPACITY FOR THE CURRENT AND DUTY CYCLE OF IMMEDIATE
AND FUTURE APPLICATIONS. SEE OPERATING MANUAL.
N.B. CONNECT WELDING CABLES TO OUTPUT STUDS FOR DESIRED POLARITY. POSITION THE WIRE FEEDER
VOLTMETER SWITCH TO MATCH THE POLARITY OF THE ELECTRODE CABLE.
N.C. PLACE THE MODE SWITCH IN THE “CV-WIRE” POSITION.
N.D. PLACE IDLER SWITCH IN “HIGH” POSITION.
A.01
S24787-17
CAUTION:
ANY INCREASE OF THE HIGH IDLE ENGINE RPM BY CHANGING THE GOVERNOR SETTING OR OVERRIDING THE THROTTLE
LINKAGE WILL CAUSE
AN INCREASE IN THE AC WIRE FEEDER VOLTAGE, WHICH CAN DAMAGE THE CONTROL CIRCUIT. THE ENGINE GOVERNOR
SETTING IS PRE-SET
AT THE FACTORY – DO NOT ADJUST ABOVE RPM SPECIFICATIONS LISTED IN THE ENGINE WELDER OPERATING MANUAL.
12 PIN
CONNECTOR
14 PIN
CONNECTOR
(MAY NOT
BE ON ALL
MACHINES)
Do not operate with panels open.
Disconnect NEGATIVE (-) Battery lead
before servicing.
Do not touch electrically live parts.
ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill
WARNING
TIER 4 FINAL ENGINE WELDERS /LN-7 CONNECTION DIAGRAM
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
F-12
12 PIN REMOTE
RECEPTACLE
TO WORK
ELECTRODE CABLE TO CONTROL MODULE
_
14 PIN WIRE FEEDER
RECEPTACLE
K691-10
INPUT CABLE
K487-25
SPOOL GUN
K488 SG
CONTROL MODULE
Keep guards in place.
Keep away from moving parts.
Only qualified personnel should install,use
or service this equipment.
MOVING PARTS can injure
A.01
S24787-18
N.A. WELDING CABLES MUST BE SIZED FOR CURRENT AND DUTY CYCLE OF APPLICATION.
N.B. CONNECT WELDING CABLES TO OUTPUT STUDS FOR DESIRED POLARITY.
N.C. PLACE THE MODE SWITCH IN THE “CV-WIRE” POSITION. PLACE WELDING TERMINALS SWITCH TO “REMOTELY
CONTROLLED” POSITION.
N.D. PLACE IDLER SWITCH IN “HIGH” IDLE POSITION.
ANY INCREASE OF THE HIGH IDLE ENGINE RPM BY CHANGING THE GOVERNOR SETTING OR OVERRIDING THE THROTTLE LINKAGE
WILL CAUSE AN INCREASE IN THE AC WIRE FEEDER VOLTAGE, WHICH CAN DAMAGE THE CONTROL CIRCUIT. THE ENGINE
GOVERNOR SETTING IS PRE-SET AT THE FACTORY – DO NOT ADJUST ABOVE RPM SPECIFICATIONS LISTED IN THE ENGINE
WELDER OPERATING MANUAL.
CAUTION: BE SURE THAT CONTROL MODULE MODE SWITCH IS IN THE “LINCOLN” (CONTACT CLOSURE) POSITION BEFORE
ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE CONTROL MODULE. INCORRECT SWITCH POSITION COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE
CONTROL MODULE AND/OR POWER SOURCE.
+
RANGER
115V RECEPTACLE
Do not operate with panels open.
Disconnect NEGATIVE (-) Battery lead
before servicing.
Do not touch electrically live parts.
ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill
WARNING
TIER 4 FINAL ENGINE WELDERS / K691-10 / K488 / K487 SPOOL GUN CONNECTION DIAGRAM
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
R
F-13
+
_
TO
WORK
5 PIN
AMPHENOL
ELECTRODE CABLE
R
POWER FEED 25M
WIRE FEEDER
TO
WORK
WORK CLIP LEAD
Keep guards in place.
Keep away from moving parts.
Only qualified personnel should install,use
or service this equipment.
MOVING PARTS can injure
S24787-19
A.01
N.A. WELDING CABLES MUST BE OF PROPER CAPACITY FOR THE CURRENT AND DUTY CYCLE
OF IMMEDIATE & FUTURE APPLICATIONS. SEE OPERATING MANUAL.
N.B. CONNECT WELDING CABLES TO OUTPUT STUDS FOR DESIRED POLARITY.
N.C. PLACE THE MODE SWITCH IN THE “ARC-LINK” POSITION.
N.D. PLACE IDLER SWITCH IN “AUTO” OR “HIGH” IDLE POSITION AS DESIRED.
14 PIN
AMPHENOL
Do not operate with panels open.
Disconnect NEGATIVE (-) Battery lead
before servicing.
Do not touch electrically live parts.
ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill
WARNING
TIER 4 FINAL ENGINE WELDERS / POWER FEED 25M WIRE FEEDER
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
F-14
28.99
736.2
N.C.
N.D.
18.50
469.9
11.50
292.1
45.22
1148.5
58.78
1493
N.D.
N.C.
69.00
1752.6
51.44
1306.5
19.63
498.6 23.96
608.6 50.38
1279.6 54.44
1382.9
15.43
391.8
39.49
1003.1 36.00
34.88 914.4
32.03 886
22.92 813.6
582.2
43.36
1101.2
N.A.
*
20.69
525.5
*
12.61
320.3
*
24.47
621.4
7.03
178.5
41.97
1066.1
*
51.72
1313.6
45.59
1157.9
31.62
803.1
32.93
836.3
3.82
97.1
*
TRAILER MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS.
A.02
M18962-9
N.A. CENTER OF GRAVITY WITH OIL IN ENGINE, OIL IN COMPRESSOR, IF PRESENT, COOLANT IN RADIATOR
& EMPTY FUEL TANK.
N.B. AIR CLEANER INSTALLED BY END USER.
N.C. VANTAGE 600
N.D. AIR VANTAGE 600
45.59
1157.9
8.95
227.3
AIR VANTAGE® 600 SD
DIMENSION PRINT
Air Vantage 600 T4F 11984
Contents
Engine Driven Welders
Air Vantage
Air Vantage 600 T4F - 11984
Index of Sub Assemblies - 11984........................................................................................1
Miscellaneous Items ............................................................................................................3
Control Panel Assembly ......................................................................................................5
Control Box Assembly .........................................................................................................8
Output Panel Assembly .....................................................................................................11
Power Module Assembly ...................................................................................................14
Base & Lift Bale Assembly ................................................................................................17
Fuel Tank & Mounting .......................................................................................................21
Engine Assembly ...............................................................................................................24
Generator Assembly ..........................................................................................................26
Radiator & Case Back Assembly.......................................................................................29
Covers ................................................................................................................................31
Air Compressor ..................................................................................................................34
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Index of Sub Assemblies - 11984
KEY
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
INDEX OF SUB ASSEMBLIES
AR
P-756-B.2
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
AR
1
P-756-C
CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
AR
2
P-756-D
CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY
AR
3
P-756-E
OUTPUT PANEL ASSEMBLY
AR
4
P-756-F
POWER MODULE ASSEMBLY
AR
5
P-756-G
BASE & LIFT BALE ASSEMBLY
AR
6
P-756-H
FUEL TANK & MOUNTING
AR
7
P-756-J
ENGINE ASSEMBLY
AR
8
P-756-K
GENERATOR ASSEMBLY
AR
9
P-756-L
RADIATOR & CASE BACK ASSEMBLY
AR
10
P-756-M
COVERS
AR
11
P-756-N
AIR COMPRESSOR
AR
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Index of Sub Assemblies - 11984
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Miscellaneous Items
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SG7638
CONTROL HARNESS
1
9ST12153-10
PLUG 4 WIRE GROUNDING
1
K2909-1
12 PIN TO 6 PIN CABLE ADAPTER
1
K3985-1
SPARK ARRESTOR KIT
1
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KEY
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Miscellaneous Items
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Air Vantage 600 T4F - 11984
Control Panel Assembly
KEY
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SG4852-2
CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
1
1
9SG4467-5
CONTROL PANEL
1
2A
9SS11668-2
RECEPTACLE DUPLEX 120VAC 20A
2
2B
9SS27290
COVER RECEPTACLE DUPLEX
2
2C
9SL13286
GFCI HOUSING
2
2D
9SS27167
MOUNTING BRACKET
2
9SS24738-3
THERMOPLASTIC SCREW
4
9SS18907-2
RECEPTACLE-SINGLE
1
9ST9695-3
LOCKWASHER
4
9SCF000042
#8-32HN
4
3D
9SM18861
RECEPTACLE COVER
1
4A
9SS18907-3
RECEPTACLE 250v 50A
1
9ST9695-3
LOCKWASHER
4
9SCF000042
#8-32HN
4
9SM18861
RECEPTACLE COVER
1
5
9ST10800-72
ROCKER SWITCH
3
6A
9SS17062-12
CONNECTOR CAP
1
9SCF000389
#4-40X.375SS-PPNHS-FULL-GR2-3147
4
9SCF000002
#4-40HN
4
9ST9695-2
LOCKWASHER
4
9SS17062-11
CABLE CONNECTOR CAP
1
9SS8025-96
SELF TAPPING SCREW
4
8
9ST10800-80
ROCKER SWITCH
1
9
9ST10800-74
ROCKER SWITCH
1
10A
9SM20586-1
CIRCUIT BREAKER50A3 POLE
1
10B
9SS24911-4
CIRCUIT BREAKER COVER
1
9ST10082-30
SEMS SCREW
6
9ST4291-A
LOCKWASHER
6
11
9SM22778-2
KNOB 1.5"
2
12
9SG7492
NAMEPLATE
1
13
9ST10800-70
ROCKER SWITCH
2
14
9SM22859
DASHBOARD GAUGE
1
15A
9SG7220-1
CHOPPER UI PC BD ASBLY
1
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
4
3A
4D
7A
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PART NUMBER
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5
Control Panel Assembly
16A
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9ST12287-20
CIRCUIT BREAKER-10A250VAC
2
9SS22061-3
SEALING BOOT
2
9ST12287-31
CIRCUIT BREAKER-20A250VAC32VDC
1
9SS22061-1
CIRCUIT BREAKER BOOT
1
9ST12287-38
CIRCUIT BREAKER
2
9SS22061-2
SEALING BOOT
2
9SS28844-1
MODE SWITCH P.C. BOARD ASSEMBLY
1
9SM21328-24
DOOR DECAL & LATCH ASSEMBLY
1
20A
9SM24106
CONTROL PANEL DOOR ASSEMBLY
1
20B
9SG7555
FRONT DOOR NAMEPLATE
1
20C
9SS25569
DOOR PADDLE LATCH
1
9SG7338-2
RATING PLATE
1
9SS8025-92
SELF TAPPING SCREW
4
9SS24659
CATCH BRACKET
1
9SS8025-98
SELF TAPPING SCREW
2
9SM19685-41
CONNECTOR & LEAD ASSEMBLY
1
9SM19685-39
CONNECTOR & LEAD ASSEMBLY
1
9SM19685-37
CONNECTOR & LEAD ASSEMBLY
1
25A
9SS12021-70
BOX RECEPTACLE SOLID SHELL
1
25B
9SS12021-73
BOX RECEPTACLE SOLID SHELL
1
25C
9SS12021-78
CABLE CONNECTOR
1
9SS21440-1
TOROID ASBLY
1
9ST11577-58
CAPACITOR-CERAMIC DISC
1
9SS13100-279
CONNECTOR & LEAD ASSEMBLY
1
28
9ST13483-7
O RING 011
2
29
9SM22778-3
KNOB
1
30A
9SS17062-10
CABLE CONNECTOR CAP
1
9SS9225-62
THREAD FORMING SCREW (ROLLING)
4
31
9SM22209-2
HOUR METER/LED
1
32
9SM25046
PRESSURE GAUGE
1
9ST14659-2
FASTENER BUTTON
2
17A
18A
19
21A
6
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KEY
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Control Panel Assembly
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Control Box Assembly
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SM24622
CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY
1
9SL8893-7
CONTROL BOX
1
2
9ST12380-12
BUSHING
3
3
9ST12380-4
BUSHING
1
4
9ST11525-5
SPEED NUT1/4-20
6
9SS18922-5
GROUND SCREW ASSEMBLY
1
9SS9225-76
SELF TAPPING SCREW
1
9SS9262-27
PLAIN WASHER
2
9SCF000017
1/4-20HN
2
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
1
9ST9695-1
LOCKWASHER
1
6
9SCF000356
1/4-20X1.50HHB-FULL-GR2-E1817/1
2
7
9ST11267-A
INSULATOR
2
8
9ST11267-B
INSULATOR
2
9
9SS9262-98
PLAIN WASHER
4
10
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
2
11
9SCF000017
1/4-20HN
2
13A
9SL11832-3
40V DC BUS PC BD ASBLY
1
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
4
14A
9SS10404-136
RESISTOR-WW25W2510%
1
14B
9ST4479-A
INSULATING WASHER
2
14C
9SCF000009
#10-24X3.00RHS
1
14D
9SS9262-27
PLAIN WASHER
1
14E
9SE106A-1
LOCKWASHER
1
14F
9SCF000010
#10-24HN
1
15A
9SS13490-171A
FILTER CAPACITOR
1
15B
9SS11604-65
SET SCREW
2
16A
9SM22747-1
CAPACITOR BRACKET
1
9ST9187-13
#10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
4
9SS22436
CAPACITOR BRACKET
1
9SS22747
CAPACITOR BRKT ASBLY
1
9SS8025-94
SELF TAPPING SCREW
1
19A
9SM20007
OUTPUT STUD COVER
1
19B
9SS25669
OUTPUT STUD COVER PLATE
1
1A
5A
18A
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KEY
Control Box Assembly
KEY
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SS9225-68
THREAD FORMING SCREW (CUTTING)
2
20A
9ST13637-5
DIODE-BRIDGE35A800VF-W1-PH
1
9SS10773-7
INSULATING WASHER
1
9SS9262-3
PLAIN WASHER
1
9SE106A-1
LOCKWASHER
1
20E
9SCF000010
#10-24HN
1
21A
9SS9262-98
PLAIN WASHER
2
21B
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
2
21C
9SCF000198
1/4-28HN
2
9SS13100-278
CONNECTOR & LEAD ASBLY
1
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19C
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Control Box Assembly
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Air Vantage 600 T4F - 11984
Output Panel Assembly
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KEY
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SL16346
OUTPUT PANEL ASSEMBLY
1
1A
9SL10649-8
OUTPUT PANEL
1
2A
9SS28839
INSULATION
2
2B
9ST10082-3
SEMS SCREW
4
2C
9SCF000010
#10-24HN
4
2D
9ST8141-7
CONNECTION STRAP
2
2E
9ST6931-11
STUD
2
2F
9ST3960
FLANGE NUT
2
2G
9SCF000054
1/2-13HJN
4
2H
9ST14374
INSULATING BUSHING
2
2J
9SS10773-9
INSULATING WASHER
2
2K
9SS9262-80
PLAIN WASHER
2
2L
9SE106A-15
LOCKWASHER
2
2M
9SS9262-1
PLAIN WASHER
4
3A
9SS24097-8
SHUNT ASBLY
1
3B
9SCF000021
1/2-13X1.00HHCS
1
3C
9SS9262-1
PLAIN WASHER
1
3D
9SE106A-15
LOCKWASHER
1
3E
9SCF000027
1/2-13HN
1
4A
9SL15862-1
MEGA BYPASS/VRD STABILIZER PC BD ASBLY
1
4B
9SCF000033
#8-32X.50RHS
3
4C
9SS9262-3
PLAIN WASHER
6
4D
9SE106A-1
LOCKWASHER
3
4E
9SCF000014
1/4-20X.75HHCS
2
9SS9262-98
PLAIN WASHER
2
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
2
9SCF000017
1/4-20HN
2
9SCF000017
1/4-20HN
2
9ST9187-1
1/4-20HJLN
2
7A
9SM20007
OUTPUT STUD COVER
2
7B
9SS25669
OUTPUT STUD COVER PLATE
2
7C
9SS9225-68
THREAD FORMING SCREW (CUTTING)
4
8
9SG3343-2
OUTPUT PANEL NAMEPLATE
1
9SS28840
SUPPRESSOR ASBLY
3
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Output Panel Assembly
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SS9262-27
PLAIN WASHER
2
9SE106A-1
LOCKWASHER
2
9SCF000010
#10-24HN
4
9SS13100-280
CONNECTOR & LEAD ASSEMBLY
1
9ST14659-1
FASTENER BUTTON
2
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KEY
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Output Panel Assembly
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Power Module Assembly
1
14
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SG7428
POWER MODULE ASSEMBLY
1
1A
9SM19139-3
POWER MODULE BRACKET
1
2A
9SL15882-1
CHOKE ASSEMBLY
2
2B
9SCF000013
1/4-20X.625HHCS
4
2C
9SS9262-98
PLAIN WASHER
8
2D
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
4
2E
9SCF000017
1/4-20HN
4
2F
9SCF000069
1/4-20X1.25HHCS
4
2G
9SS9262-98
PLAIN WASHER
4
3
9SL11132-8
RECTIFIER
1
4A
9SL11497-1
CHOPPER HEAT SINK ASBLY
1
4B
9SCF000014
1/4-20X.75HHCS
4
4C
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
4
4D
9SG7218-1
CHOPPER HEATSINK ASSEMBLY
1
9SCF000014
1/4-20X.75HHCS
4
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
4
5A
9SM19140-3
POWER MODULE TOP BRACKET
1
5B
9ST12380-1
BUSHING
4
6A
9SS10404-138
RESISTOR-WW100W505%
1
6B
9SS22168
HEAT SINK HOLDER
2
9ST9187-16
1/4-20 HLN
2
6D
9SCF000191
#10-24X7.50RHS
1
6E
9SS9262-27
PLAIN WASHER
2
6F
9SE106A-1
LOCKWASHER
1
6G
9SCF000010
#10-24HN
1
9SCF000040
5/16-18X.75HHCS
2
9SCF000029
5/16-18HN
2
9SE106A-14
LOCKWASHER
2
9SS9262-121
PLAIN WASHER
2
9SM19685-42
CONNECTOR & LEAD ASSEMBLY
1
9SS9225-66
SELF TAPPING SCREW
4
9SS9262-98
PLAIN WASHER
6
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
3
9SCF000017
1/4-20HN
3
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KEY
Power Module Assembly
KEY
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SCF000015
1/4-20X1.00HHCS
3
9ST13359-15
THERMOSTAT
1
9SS8025-80
SELF TAPPING SCREW
2
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9A
PART NUMBER
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Power Module Assembly
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Air Vantage 600 T4F - 11984
Base & Lift Bale Assembly
KEY
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1
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SG3473-7
BASE WELDED ASSEMBLY
1
9SL8904-6
BATTERY & HOLD DOWN ASBLY
1
2A
9SM17798-3
BATTERY PANEL
1
2B
9SS22018
BATTERY BRKT
1
9ST9187-6
LOCKNUT
2
2D
9ST11827-31
CARRIAGE BOLT
2
2E
9SM9399-15
BATTERY
1
4
9SS8070-54
BATTERY CABLE
1
4A
9SS20191-1
BATTERY TERMINAL COVER
1
5
9SS8070-49
BATTERY CABLE (NEGATIVE)
1
9SS20191-3
BATTERY TERMINAL COVER
1
9SS9225-53
THREAD FORMING SCREW
1
9SS9262-4
PLAIN WASHER
1
9SE106A-16
LOCKWASHER
1
9SS9225-66
SELF TAPPING SCREW
4
9ST11525-5
SPEED NUT1/4-20
4
9SS9262-98
PLAIN WASHER
4
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
4
9SG3098-7
LIFT FRAME ASSEMBLY
1
7A
9SL16143
LIFT FRAME WELDMENT
1
7B
9SM16888
LIFT BALE ASBLY
1
7C
9SG7273
FIRE WALL
1
7D
9SS9225-68
THREAD FORMING SCREW (CUTTING)
2
7F
9ST12380-12
BUSHING
1
9SS20689
BALE SUPPORT BRACKET
1
7H
9SS9225-45
THREAD FORMING SCREW
2
7J
9ST11525-5
SPEED NUT1/4-20
8
7K
9ST12380-8
BUSHING
2
7L
9ST13086-62
DECAL-WARNING
2
7M
9ST12380-1
BUSHING
2
7N
9SS25760
REMOTE JUMP-START TERMINAL(POSITIVE)
1
7P
9SS29557-1
DUST CAP
1
7Q
9SL16229
ECU MOUNTING BRACKET
1
7R
9SL16317
DOC MOUNTING BRACKET
1
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Base & Lift Bale Assembly
8
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SS23736-1
STRAIN RELIEF
2
9ST8833-24
HEX HD CAP SCREW
4
9SE106A-15
LOCKWASHER
4
9SCF000027
1/2-13HN
4
9SS15017-16
GROUND STRAP
1
9ST14731-14
METRIC HEX HD SCREW-M8 X1.25
1
9SS9262-121
PLAIN WASHER
1
11A
9SS27497
VALVE MOUNTING BRACKET ASBLY
1
11B
9SS9225-66
SELF TAPPING SCREW
2
12
9SL16360
CIRCUIT BREAKER BOX ASSEMBLY
1
12A
9SL16364
CIRCUIT BREAKER BOX ASBLY
1
9ST12287-38
CIRCUIT BREAKER
1
12C
9SS22061-2
SEALING BOOT
1
12D
9ST12287-12
CIRCUIT BREAKER-30A250VAC24VDC
1
12E
9SS22061-5
SEALING BOOT
1
12F
9ST12287-41
70A CIRCUIT BREAKER
1
12G
9SS22061-1
CIRCUIT BREAKER BOOT
1
9SS13100-274
CONNECTOR & LEAD ASSEMBLY
1
9SS13100-275
CONNECTOR & LEAD ASSEMBLY
1
9SS8025-96
SELF TAPPING SCREW
2
12K
9SS14293-20
RELAY HEAVY DUTY 12VDC SPDT
2
12L
9SS14293-24
RELAY
1
12M
9SS19999-1
CORD GRIP CONNECTOR
1
12N
9ST14370-2
CONDUIT LOCKNUT
1
9SS13100-276
CONNECTOR & LEAD ASSEMBLY
1
9SCF000010
#10-24HN
2
9SS8025-96
SELF TAPPING SCREW
2
12R
9SS28115
MOUNTING STRAP ASSEMBLY
1
12S
9SCF000010
#10-24HN
2
12T
9SCF000017
1/4-20HN
1
12U
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
1
12V
9SS9262-98
PLAIN WASHER
1
9SS13100-277
CONNECTOR & LEAD ASSEMBLY
1
9SS25760
REMOTE JUMP-START TERMINAL(POSITIVE)
1
13
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PART NUMBER
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KEY
Base & Lift Bale Assembly
KEY
9SS25761
DESCRIPTION
REMOTE JUMP-START TERMINAL(NEGATIVE)
QTY
1
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PART NUMBER
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Base & Lift Bale Assembly
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Air Vantage 600 T4F - 11984
Fuel Tank & Mounting
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KEY
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1A
9SG3568-1
FAN BAFFLE
1
1B
9ST13086-62
DECAL-WARNING
2
1C
9SS18543-5
GROMMET
2
1D
9SM19177
LOWER STATOR BAFFLE
1
1E
9SL10999-1
UPPER STATOR BAFFLE
1
1F
9SS8025-92
SELF TAPPING SCREW
6
1G
9SS24327
BRUSH COVER
1
1H
9SS9225-66
SELF TAPPING SCREW
1
9SS18543-2
INPUT CABLE GROMMET
1
1K
9SM15045-77
ACOUSTICAL FOAM
2
1L
9ST11525-5
SPEED NUT1/4-20
1
1M
9SS9262-98
PLAIN WASHER
2
1N
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
2
1P
9SCF000017
1/4-20HN
2
3A
9ST13637-5
DIODE-BRIDGE35A800VF-W1-PH
1
3B
9SCF000072
#10-24X.75RHS
1
3C
9SS9262-27
PLAIN WASHER
1
3D
9SE106A-1
LOCKWASHER
1
3E
9SCF000010
#10-24HN
1
4A
9SS13490-171A
FILTER CAPACITOR
1
4B
9SS9225-66
SELF TAPPING SCREW
1
4C
9SS22747
CAPACITOR BRKT ASBLY
1
4D
9SS9262-98
PLAIN WASHER
2
4E
9SE106A-2
LOCKWASHER
2
4F
9SS11604-65
SET SCREW
2
4G
9SCF000198
1/4-28HN
2
5A
9SM16889-1
FUEL TANK SUPPORT
1
5B
9SM16889-2
FUEL TANK SUPPORT
1
5C
9SS9225-26
THREAD FORMING SCREW (ROLLING)
4
6A
9SS20746
FUEL TANK STRAP
2
6B
9ST11135-18
RUBBER WASHER
4
6C
9SS9262-120
PLAIN WASHER
4
6D
9ST9187-10
3/8-16HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
4
9SG2500-1
FUEL TANK ASBLY
1
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Fuel Tank & Mounting
KEY
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
7A
9SG2499-1
FUEL TANK
1
7B
9SM16893
FUEL LEVER SENDER
1
7C
9ST10082-4
SEMS SCREW
5
7D
9SS19563
RUBBER PLUG
2
7E
9SS19564-1
FUEL FITTING (PUSH-IN)
2
7F
9SS20541
FUEL CAP
1
8
9ST12380-1
BUSHING
1
10
9ST10642-187
FLEX TUBE
2
11
9ST13777-7
HOSE CLAMP
1
12
9SG7935-1
FUEL TANK GUARD
1
9SS10404-132
RESISTORWW25W105%
1
9SCF000009
#10-24X3.00RHS
1
9ST4479-A
INSULATING WASHER
2
13D
9SS9262-27
PLAIN WASHER
1
13E
9SE106A-1
LOCKWASHER
1
13F
9SCF000010
#10-24HN
1
14
9SM20007
OUTPUT STUD COVER
1
15
9SS9225-66
SELF TAPPING SCREW
2
16
9SS25669
OUTPUT STUD COVER PLATE
1
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13A
22
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Fuel Tank & Mounting
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Engine Assembly
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SG7213-1
ENGINE ASSEMBLY
1
9SM22791
ENGINE
1
9SM24913-1
ENGINE FOOT WELDMENT
1
9ST14731-76
METRIC SCREW
2
9SS17400-2
LOCKWASHER-METRIC M12
2
9SM24913-2
ENGINE FOOT WELDMENT
1
9ST14731-76
METRIC SCREW
2
9SS17400-2
LOCKWASHER-METRIC M12
2
4
9SM22803
FAN SPACER
1
5
9SL16309
FAN
1
9SM22803-2B
METRIC SCREW
4
9SM22803-2C
LOCK WASHER
4
9SG7362
COOLANT HOSE
1
9SS10888-44
HOSE CLAMP
2
9SG7540
OVERFLOW HOSE
1
9SS10888-31
HOSE CLAMP
2
9SG7561
AIR INTAKE HOSE
1
9SS10888-44
HOSE CLAMP
2
9SL16180-1
AIR INTAKE HOSE
1
9SS10888-33
HOSE CLAMP
1
9SL16345-2
AIR INTAKE HOSE TEE
1
9SS10888-33
HOSE CLAMP
1
9SS29517
FILTER BRACKET
1
9ST14731-76
METRIC SCREW
1
9SS17400-2
LOCKWASHER-METRIC M12
1
9ST14731-78
METRIC SCREW
1
9SE106A-12
LOCKWASHER
1
9ST10642-91
FLUX TUBE
1
9SS10888-35
HOSE CLAMP
2
9ST10642-218
FLEX HOSE
1
9SS10888-35
HOSE CLAMP
1
9SS23024
OIL DRAIN VALVE
2
1
3
6
7
8
9
12
13
14
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Generator Assembly
1
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SG3088-27
STATOR TIE WELDED ASSEMBLY
1
9SL13110-3
ROTOR & COUPLING DISC ASBLY
1
9SL10501-5
ROTOR & SHAFT ASBLY
1
3
9SS22657
FAN COUPLE
1
4
9SL9551
FAN BLADE
1
5A
9SCF000025
3/4-10HN
1
5B
9SE106A-7
LOCKWASHER
1
6A
9SS9225-22
THREAD FORMING SCREW (ROLLING)
4
6B
9SE106A-14
LOCKWASHER
4
7A
9SM9300-85
BEARING
1
7B
9SS18044-5
TOLERANCE RING
1
7C
9SL11614
STATOR COWLING
1
7D
9SS9225-8
THREAD FORMING SCREW (ROLLING)
8
7E
9SS22415-4
TRIM SEAL
2
7F
9SM15045-64
ACOUSTICAL FOAM
2
7G
9SL11614-1
STATOR COWLING
1
8A
9SS11868-1
BLOWER SEGMENT
4
8B
9SS17400-1
LOCKWASHER-METRIC
8
8C
9ST14731-5
METRIC HEX HD SCREW-M10 X 1.5
8
8D
9SM19796
COUPLING DISC
1
8E
9SS8042
COUPLING DISC BACKING PLATE
2
8F
9SS14233
COUPLING CLAMP RING-INSIDE
1
8G
9ST8833-2
HEX HD CAP SCREW
8
8H
9SE106A-8
LOCKWASHER
8
8J
9ST14731-5
METRIC HEX HD SCREW-M10 X 1.5
8
8K
9SS17400-1
LOCKWASHER-METRIC
8
9SM21315-8
BRUSH HOLDER & BRACKET ASBLY
1
9A
9SM18323-1
BRUSH HOLDER BRKT
1
9B
9SM16158
BRUSH & BRUSH HOLDER ASBLY
1
9SG2114
BRUSH HOLDER CARTRIDGE
1
9SS19480
BRUSH ASBLY
2
9SM16157
BRUSH ASBLY RETAINER
1
9C
9SS8025-91
SELF TAPPING SCREW
2
9D
9ST12380-4
BUSHING
1
2A
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KEY
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SS9225-8
THREAD FORMING SCREW (ROLLING)
2
14A
9SS24485
RUBBER MOUNT
4
14B
9SS9225-26
THREAD FORMING SCREW (ROLLING)
8
14C
9SCF000123
1/2-13X2.75HHCS
4
14D
9ST9054
WASHER
4
14E
9SS9262-5
PLAIN WASHER
4
14F
9ST9187-4
LOCKNUT
4
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Radiator & Case Back Assembly
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KEY
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SG7341-1
RADIATOR & CASE BACK ASSEMBLY
1
1
9SL8912-6
CASE BACK
1
2
9ST13086-62
DECAL-WARNING
2
9SM15045-64
ACOUSTICAL FOAM
2
4A
9SM25275-2
LEFT MOUNTING BRACKET
1
4B
9ST11827-71
CARRIAGE BOLT
6
4C
9SS30690
SPACER
6
4D
9SS30686
ISOLATOR
6
4E
9SS9262-47
PLAIN WASHER
6
4F
9ST9187-10
3/8-16HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT
6
5A
9SM25275-3
RIGHT MOUNTING BRACKET
1
6A
9SG7340-1
FAN SHROUD
1
6B
9SCF000062
5/16-18X1.00HHCS
6
6C
9SE106A-3
LOCKWASHER
6
6D
9SS9262-121
PLAIN WASHER
6
7
9SG7333-1
RADIATOR
1
8
9ST10642-218
FLEX HOSE
1
9
9ST10642-333
FLEX TUBE
1
9SS10888-35
HOSE CLAMP
3
11
9SS24068
FUEL SHUT-OFF
1
12A
9SG7360-1
RIGHT FAN GUARD
1
9SS9225-68
THREAD FORMING SCREW (CUTTING)
4
13A
9SG7361-1
LEFT FAN GUARD
1
13B
9SS9225-68
THREAD FORMING SCREW (CUTTING)
5
14
9SS9225-66
SELF TAPPING SCREW
6
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Air Vantage 600 T4F - 11984
Covers
KEY
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9SL13116-8
ROOF ASSEMBLY
1
1A
9SG3998-5
ROOF
1
2
9ST14882-1
DOOR BUMPER
2
9SM20278
RADIATOR CAP COVER ASSEMBLY
1
9ST12584-6
RIVET
2
9ST11525-7
SPEED NUT
2
5A
9SL16589
AIR CLEANER BRACKET
1
5B
9SS24739-40
STAINLESS STEEL SCREW
2
9SS24739-31
1/4-20 STAINLESS STEEL SCREW
18
9SL10648-4
LEFT SIDE PANEL
1
9SS24739-31
1/4-20 STAINLESS STEEL SCREW
10
9ST11525-5
SPEED NUT1/4-20
2
9SM15045-77
ACOUSTICAL FOAM
1
9SL12093-3
ENGINE CASE SIDE ASBLY
1
9SS24739-31
1/4-20 STAINLESS STEEL SCREW
6
9ST11525-5
SPEED NUT1/4-20
3
9SL12115-3
DOOR SLIDE
1
9SS24739-31
1/4-20 STAINLESS STEEL SCREW
7
9SS25719-5
EDGE GUARD
1
9SL16173
DOOR ASBLY
1
9SL16172
DOOR WELDED ASSEMBLY
1
9SM20241
DOOR LATCH
1
9ST12584-6
RIVET
4
9ST14882-2
DOOR BUMPER
2
9ST12584-16
RIVET
2
9SS27368-6
LOGO DECAL
1
9SL16174
SIDE PANEL
1
9SS24739-5
1/4-20 STAINLESS STEEL SCREW
3
9SL10646-4
RIGHT SIDE PANEL
1
9SS24739-31
1/4-20 STAINLESS STEEL SCREW
10
9ST11525-5
SPEED NUT1/4-20
3
9SM15045-77
ACOUSTICAL FOAM
1
16
9SS12934-1
COVER SEAL
1
17
9SM21436
CARBON MONOXIDE WARNING DECAL
1
3A
4
10A
11A
12A
12D
12F
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Covers
KEY
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
9ST13086-221
WARNING DECAL
1
19
9SS25896
DECAL-WARNING
1
20
9SS10437-F
GASKET
1
21
9SL13737-1
BACK PANEL
1
22
9SG8108
SIDE DECAL
2
23
9SM16197
DECAL-WARNING
1
24
9SS28039-4
DECAL GREEN INITIATIVE
1
25
9SM21908
FAMILY NAME LOGO
1
9SS27368-6
LOGO DECAL
1
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Air Compressor
34
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
9SG7444-6
Belt K060465 46.5
1
2
9SG7444-3
Main Bracket Assembly
1
3
9SG7444-7
Crank Pulley
1
4
9SG7444-4
Manifold Assembly
1
5
9SG6911-16
SOLENOID ASBLY
1
6
9SG7444-8
Pressure Switch Assembly
1
9SS30275
PROTECTIVE BOOT
1
7
9SG6204-11
DISCHARGE VALVE ASBLY
1
8
9SG7444-24
Minimum Pressure Check Valve Assembly
1
9
9SG6204-16
OIL SEPARATOR TANK MOUNTING BRACKET
1
10
9SG6984-2
LINCOLN LABEL
1
11
9SG6984-3
Warning Label
1
12
9SG7444-1
Compressor Assembly
1
13
9SG7444-5
Oil Cooler
1
14
9SG7444-9
Tank Assembly
1
15
9SG7444-10
Harness S700162
1
16
9SG7444-11
HOSE CRIMPED
17
9SG6204-5
HOSE ASBLY 49" COOLER TO MANIFOLD
1
18
9SG7444-12
Hose crimped
1
19
9SG7444-13
Hose crimped x57 (Compressor - Tank)
1
21
9SG6984-30
COOLER FILTER CRIMPED HOSE 1/2X65"
1
23
9SG7444-25
HOSECRIMPED X26 CHECK VALVE-BALL VALVE
1
24
9SG7444-14
HOSECRIMPED X17 (MANIFOLD-CHECK VALVE)
1
9SS28937-1
OIL FILTER
1
9SS28937-2
1 LITER COMPRESSOR OIL
1
9SS28937-3
4 LITER COMPRESSOR OIL
1
9SS28937-5
COALESCING FILTER
1
9SG4481-16
PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
1
9SG6911-4
CLUTCH
1
1-888-241-2289
FOR VMAC QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL
1
X 49
(TANK - MANIFOLD)
x 20 (Cooler - Filter)
1
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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
Spanish
French
ATTENTION
German
WARNuNG
Portuguese
ATENÇÃO
Japanese
Chinese
Korean
Arabic
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.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INSTALLATION
OPERATION
ACCESSORIES
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLE SHOOTING
WIRING DIAGRAMS
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
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