Dynasty® 200 Series

Dynasty® 200 Series
Dynasty 200 Series
Issued Jan. 2009 • Index No. AD/4.8
®
Quick
Specs
TIG/Stick Welding
Power Source
Industrial Applications
Processes
Input Power
Precision Fabrication
Petro/Chemical
Aerospace
Food/Beverage Industry
Dairy
Shipboard
TIG (GTAW)
Pulsed TIG (GTAW-P)
Stick (SMAW)
Air Carbon Arc (CAC-A) 5/32 in max.
Amperage Range
115 – 460 V, 3- or 1-Phase Power
Rated Output
Weight
1 – 200 A
200 A at 28 V, 20% Duty Cycle
45 lb (20.5 kg)
The Power of Blue .
®
AC TIG Features
Allows for any
input voltage
hookup (115–460 V) with no manual linking,
providing convenience in any job setting.
Ideal solution for dirty or unreliable power.
Fan-On-Demand™ power
source cooling system
operates only when needed,
reducing noise, energy
use and the amount of
contaminants pulled through
the machine.
Dynasty 200 DX
Foot Pedal
Complete Package
Dynasty 200 SD
NEW! AC Waveforms
Advance Squarewave, fast
freezing puddle, deep
penetration and fast travel speeds.
Soft Squarewave for a soft
buttery arc with maximum
puddle control and good wetting action.
Sine wave for customers
that like a traditional arc.
Quiet with good wetting.
Triangular wave reduces the
heat input and is good on
thin aluminum. Fast travel speeds.
NEW! Complete Package —
One stock number provides
all the necessary items
required for a water-cooled
TIG welding system.
See page 6 for packages.
Lift-Arc™ starting provides x-ray clean
welds in AC or DC arc starting without
the use of high frequency.
NEW! Blue Lightning™ — High Frequency
Arc Starter for non-contact arc initiation.
More consistent arc starts compared to
traditional HF arc starters.
Greater reliability and no maintenance on
solid state components. Preset parameters
for tungsten sizes from .020 – 1/8 inch
provide optimized starting for applications
from thick to micro thin. For unique
applications, custom settings are
programmable.
Extended AC balance (30–99%)
controls the amount of oxide
cleaning (amperage time in EN)
which is essential for high quality
welds on aluminum.
AC frequency (20–250 hz) controls
the width of the arc cone and the
force of the arc.
DC TIG Features
Exceptionally smooth and precise
arc for welding exotic materials.
Models:
Dynasty® 200 SD (Standard features for Stick and TIG)
Dynasty® 200 DX (Advanced features, see page 3)
NEW! Dynasty® 200 DX TIGRunner®
(Advanced features, water cooler and cart)
NEW! Dynasty® 200 DX Foot Pedal or Fingertip Complete
(Complete Advanced Water Cooled System)
See page 6 for complete list of included items.
Stick Features (AC/DC)
Tailored arc control (DIG) allows
the arc characteristic to be changed
for specific applications and
electrodes. Smooth running 7018
or stiffer, more penetrating 6010.
Hot Start™ adaptive control provides
positive arc starts without sticking.
AC frequency control adds
additional stability when Stick
welding in AC for smoother welds.
Power source is warranted for 3 years, parts and labor.
Original main power rectifier parts are warranted for 5 years.
Water cooler is warranted for 1 year, parts and labor.
Miller Electric Mfg. Co.
International Headquarters
Web Site
An Illinois Tool Works Company
1635 West Spencer Street
Appleton, WI 54914 USA
Phone: 920-735-4505
USA FAX: 920-735-4134
Canadian FAX: 920-735-4169
International FAX: 920-735-4125
www.MillerWelds.com
Specifications
Welding
Amperage
Range
Welding
Mode
TIG
(GTAW)
AC 5–150 A
DC 1–150 A
(120 VAC)
(Subject to change without notice.)
Max.
OpenCircuit
Voltage
Input
Power
Rated
Output
Amps Input at Rated Load Output, 50/60 Hz
120 V 230 V 400 V 460 V KVA KW
80 VDC
3-Phase
200 A at 18 V,
20% Duty Cycle
—
—
13.7 8.7
6.9
5.5
5.2
0.16* 0.24* 0.25* 0.06* 0.03*
150 A at 16 V,
60% Duty Cycle
—
—
9.4
6.0
4.7
3.8
3.6
0.16* 0.24* 0.25* 0.06* 0.03*
150 A at 16 V,
60% Duty Cycle
—
—
15.8 —
0.23* —
140 A at 15.6 V,
40% Duty Cycle
31.0 —
0.42* —
—
—
—
—
3.6
3.5
0.05* 0.03*
100 A at 14 V,
100% Duty Cycle
20.7 —
0.42* —
—
—
—
—
2.3
2.3
0.05* 0.03*
200 A at 28 V,
20% Duty Cycle
—
—
20.8 13.0 10.2 8.1
7.8
0.16* 0.24* 0.25* 0.06* 0.03*
130 A at 25.2 V,
60% Duty Cycle
—
—
12.3 7.6
6.0
4.8
4.6
0.16* 0.24* 0.25* 0.06* 0.03*
130 A at 25.2 V,
60% Duty Cycle
—
—
20.0 —
0.23* —
100 A at 24 V,
60% Duty Cycle
31.3 —
0.42* —
—
—
—
—
3.6
3.6
0.05* 0.03*
90 A at 23.6 V,
100% Duty Cycle
27.6 —
0.42* —
—
—
—
—
3.2
3.2
0.05* 0.03*
12 – 16**
AC 5–200 A
DC 1–200 A
(200–460 VAC)
Stick
(SMAW)
AC 5–105 A
DC 1–105 A
(120 VAC)
1-Phase
80 VDC
3-Phase
12 – 16**
AC 5–200 A
DC 1–200 A
(200–460 VAC)
1-Phase
7.9
3.6
3.6
0.25* 0.05* 0.02*
Dimensions
Net
Weight
H: 13-1/2 in
(343 mm)
W: 7-1/2 in
(191 mm)
D: 21-1/2 in
(546 mm)
45 lb
(20.5 kg)
with
with
TIGRunner®
TIGRunner®
H: 46-1/4 in
137 lb
(1,175 mm) (62.1 kg)
W: 23-1/2 in
(597 mm)
D: 22-1/4 in
(565 mm)
10.0 4.7
4.7
0.25* 0.05* 0.03*
*While idling. **Sense voltage for Stick and Lift-Arc ™ TIG. Note: Duty cycle limitations on units with 115 V input power are due to the input power cord supplied with the unit.
Certified by Canadian Standards Association to both Canadian and U.S. Standards.
All CE models conform to the applicable parts of the IEC 60974 series of standards.
Performance Data
DUTY CYCLE
110–120 V INPUT VOLTAGE
%
10 – 30%
40%
60%
100%
2
TIG
150 A
140 A
120 A
100 A
STICK
100 A
100 A
100 A
90 A
200–460 V INPUT VOLTAGE
%
10 – 20%
30%
40%
60%
100%
TIG
200 A
180 A
166 A
150 A
120 A
STICK
200 A
170 A
150 A
130 A
110 A
Control Panel
Dynasty 200 SD
Dynasty 200 DX
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1
2
6
1
2
7
7
3
8
3
8
4
5
9
4
5
9
10
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Control Panel Parameter Values
1. Voltmeter Display
Advanced features on the Dynasty DX only:
Additional Setup Parameter Values
2. Ammeter Display
10. Sequencer Control
Initial Amps
AC: 5 –200 A
DC: 1– 200 A
Initial Slope
0.0 – 25.0 Seconds
Final Slope
0.0– 25.0 Seconds
Final Amps
AC: 5 –200 A
DC: 1– 200 A
Preprogrammed Starts
.040 – 1/8 in Tungsten
3. Polarity
AC/DC
4. Process/
Arc Starting
TIG: HF Impulse, Lift Arc
STICK: Adaptive Hot Start
5. Output Control
Standard Remote,
2T Trigger Hold,
Output ON
6. Encoder Control
7. Amperage Control
8. AC Waveshape
Balance
AC Frequency
30– 99%
20– 250 Hz
11. Pulser Control
Pulses per Second DC: 0.1– 500 PPS
AC: 0.1–500 PPS
Peak Time
5 – 95%
Background Amps 5 – 95%
Programmable Starts
Amperage
AC: 5 – 200 A
DC: 1 – 200 A
Time
1– 200 Milliseconds
Ramp Time
1– 250 Milliseconds
Minimum Amperage 1– 20 A
Polarity
EP, EN
Additional Triggers 3T, 4T, Mini Logic,
4T Momentary
Waveshapes
Advance Squarewave,
Soft Squarewave, Sine
Wave, Triangular wave
Spot/Timer
0.1– 25.0 Seconds
OCV
Low OCV, Normal OCV
9. Gas/DIG Preflow 0.0 – 25.0 Seconds
Postflow
0–50 Seconds
DIG
0 – 100%
Stick Stuck Check On/Off
Lockouts
Four levels
Arc Timer
0.0– 9999 Hours
and 0–59 Min
Cycle Counter
0– 999,999 Cycles
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TIG Upgrade Chart
Which Machine is Right for You?
Why Upgrade?
Syncrowave 200
Dynasty 200
Dynasty 200 Benefits
Maximum Thickness Capacity
1/4 in Aluminum
1/4 in Aluminum
Same material thickness capacity.
High Frequency Arc Starting
Continuous HF
UPGRADE
Start Only
Start Only limits HF interference issues.
Frequency Control
AC Output Control
Fixed at 60 Hz
UPGRADE
Variable 20–250 Hz
Higher frequencies provide better arc control
and faster travel speeds.
AC Waveforms
Soft Squarewave
UPGRADE
Advanced Squarewave
Soft Squarewave
Advanced Squarewave=Travel faster
Soft Squarewave= Maximum puddle control
Sine Wave
Triangular Wave
Sine Wave= Traditional characteristics
Triangular Wave= Reduced heat input
Weld Aluminum
with Pointed Tungsten
Waveshaping controls maintain the point. The
benefits are: reduced heat input into your part,
smaller weld beads, better starting and more
control of the arc.
UPGRADE
Portability
238 lb
UPGRADE
Manual Link
208–230 or 460– 575 V
Single-Phase
45 lb
Auto-Line™
120–460 V
Single-Phase or Three-Phase
Easier to move because of size and weight.
Auto-Line™ allows the unit to operate on any
voltage. Single- or three-phase. Even generators!
Power Draw at 150 Amps
54 A at 230 V
Single-Phase
15.8 A at 230 V
Single-Phase
Power requirement to operate is much less.
Smaller electrical service needed, smaller
breaker/fuses and power cord.
UPGRADE
Pulse TIG Controls
High Speed DC TIG-Pulse Controls
• PPS Pulses per second (Hz): DC = 0.1 – 500 PPS / AC = 0.1 – 500 PPS
• % ON – % Peak Time: 5 - 95% (Controls the amount of time during each pulse cycle at the PEAK amperage.)
• Background Amps: 5 – 99% (Sets the low-pulse amperage value as a % of the Peak Amps.)
CONVENTIONAL PULSED TIG
Peak
Amps
Peak Time %
Background
Amps
(% of Peak)
Peak
Amps
Peak Time %
Background
Amps
(% of Peak)
Pulse Cycle
Typically from 1 to 10 PPS. Provides a heating and cooling effect
on the weld puddle and can reduce distortion by lowering the
average amperage. This heating and cooling effect also produces a
distinct ripple pattern in the weld bead. The relationship between
pulse frequency and travel speed determines the distance between
the ripples. Slow pulsing can also be coordinated with filler metal
addition and can increase overall control of the weld puddle.
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HIGH SPEED PULSED TIG
Pulse Cycle
In excess of 40 PPS, Pulsed TIG becomes more audible than visible —
causing increased puddle agitation for a better as-welded microstructure.
Pulsing the weld current at high speeds — between a high Peak and a
low Background amperage — can also constrict and focus the arc.
This results in maximum arc stability, increased penetration and
increased travel speeds (Common Range: 100 – 500 PPS).
AC Waveshape Controls
Feature
Waveform
AC Balance Control
Effect on Bead
Controls arc cleaning action. Adjusting the
% EN of the AC wave controls the width of
the etching zone surrounding the weld.
Amperage
51 – 99% EN
% EP
Narrow bead, with no
visible cleaning
Reduces balling
action and helps
maintain point
0
Bead
% EN
Note: Set the AC Balance control for adequate arc
cleaning action at the sides and in front of the weld
puddle. AC Balance should be fine tuned according to
how heavy or thick the oxides are.
Time (1 AC Cycle)
Deep, narrow
penetration
No Visible Cleaning
Amperage
30 – 50% EN
% EP
Wider bead and
cleaning action
Bead
% EN
60 Cycles per Second
AC Frequency Control
Amperage
Increases balling
action of the electrode
0
Time (1 AC Cycle)
Controls the width of the arc cone. Increasing
the AC Frequency provides a more focused arc
with increased directional control.
Effect on Appearance
% EP
Shallow
penetration
Cleaning
Wider bead,
good penetration —
ideal for buildup work
Wider bead and
cleaning action
0
Bead
% EN
Note: Decreasing the AC Frequency softens the arc
and broadens the weld puddle for a wider weld bead.
Time (1 AC Cycle)
Amperage
120 Cycles per Second
%
EP
0
%
EP
Cleaning
Narrower bead for
fillet welds and
automated applications
Narrower bead and
cleaning action
Bead
% EN
% EN
Time (1 AC Cycle)
Cleaning
AC Waveform Selection
Select from four different AC waveforms to optimize the arc characteristic for your application. Choose from:
ADVANCED SQUAREWAVE
SOFT SQUAREWAVE
Fast transitions for
responsive and
dynamic arc.
0
(–)
0
(–)
Time (1 AC Cycle)
Time (1 AC Cycle)
SINEWAVE
TRIANGULAR WAVE
0
(–)
Time (1 AC Cycle)
(+)
Amps
Square transitions
eliminate the need for
continuous HF, while
the sinewave peaks
soften the arc.
(+)
Amps
All the benefits of
advanced square,
fine tuned to provide
a smooth, soft arc
with maximum
puddle control and
good wetting action.
(+)
Amps
Amps
(+)
0
(–)
Time (1 AC Cycle)
Unconventional wave
provides the punch of
the peak amperage,
while reducing overall
heat input. Quick puddle
formation reduces weld
time — limiting heat
input and reducing weld
distortion, especially
on thin materials.
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