Operation Manual - Merkle Landshut

Operation Manual
Synergic Pulse Welding Unit
Model PU 400 DW
Model PU 520 DW
MERKLE
Schweissanlagen-Technik GmbH
Industriestrasse 3
D-89359 Koetz, Germany
Tel.: ++49-8221-915-0
Fax: ++49-8221-915-40
www.merkle.de
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Content
page
1
Security indications before introduction
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2
Accident prevention regulations
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2.1
Safety instructions
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3
Duty cycle
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Instructions to avoid interferences due to electromagnetic influences EMC
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Technical Data:
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6
Start Up
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6.1
Installation of the Machine
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6.2
Main Supply
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6.3
Welding Torch
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6.4
Gas Connection
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6.5
Wire Installation
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6.6
Earth Lead (Work Cable)
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6.7
Transport
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Generalities of the welding unit
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7.1
Model PU 400 DW / PU520 DW
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7.2
Cooling of the power modul
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7.3
Electronics
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7.4
TEDAC-System
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The indicated numbers below are refering to the drawing of the front panel
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Operation of the Unit PU 400 / 520 DW
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9.1
Switching on the machine
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9.2
Selection of the welding process
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9.3
Setting of the welding energy
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9.4
Setting of the operation mode
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9.5
Safety cut off
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9.6
Adjusting of 'start current', 'down slope' time, 'final current' and 'intermission' time
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Activation of the fixed TEDAC programs (jobs)
10.1
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Generating your own TEDAC program
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Pulse-Arc Welding Units PU 400 DW and PU 520 DW
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11.1
Advantages – Point by point
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11.2
Construction of the housing:
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11.3
Locking of the control panel
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Cleaning
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Maintenance and Accident Prevention
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Trouble Shooting
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14.1
Machine does not operate after switching on the main switch
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14.2
Machine does not react on the torch switch
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14.3
Machine has no or too low welding current
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14.4
Welding quality is not good
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14.5
Problems with wire feeding and wire contacting
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Aluminium Welding
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Wire feeder systems
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16.1
Spare parts wire feeder model: DV-25
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16.2
Spare parts wire feeder model: DV-30
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Torches - and Spare parts
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17.1
MIG-MAG-welding torch model SB/SBT 502 W
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17.2
Push-Pull-welding torch model PP/PPT 502 W
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Stored programs PU 400
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Spare parts and wiring diagram
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19.1
Spare part list PU 400 DW
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19.2
wiring diagram PU 400
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19.3
Spare Part List PU 520 DW
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19.4
wiring diagram PU 520
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Stored programs PU 520
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EU-Conformity Attestation PU 400 DW
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EU-Conformity Attestation PU 520 DW
60
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Security indications before introduction
The unit device is built after the recognized standards. Safe works are nevertheless only possible
if you read the operating instructions and the safety regulations contained in it entirely and obey
strictly. Install yourselves by trained staff of our establishments or appointed dealers.
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Accident prevention regulations
The following accident prevention regulation is applied for pulse arc welding unit, model
PU 400 DW and PU 520 DW.
BGV D1 (earlier VBG 15) * Welding, cutting and allied processes.
A copy of this regulation should be readily accessible in every welding shop. The stipulations of
this regulation are to be observed in the interests of safe and correct welding operation.
* Available from the trade association responsible or
Carl Heymanns-Verlag, Luxemburger Strasse 449, 50939 Cologne.
2.1
Safety instructions
This unit is manufactured according to the requirements and stipulations of EN 60974.1 / VDE
0544 part 1. BGV D1 (earlier VBG 15) of the trade association for precision engineering and
electrical engineering are as well valid.
1) In case of an accident, the cutting unit must be disconnected from the mains immediately.
2) If electrical contact voltages arise, switch off the unit immediately, disconnect it from the
mains and proceed to inspection by a qualified electrician or by our Service Department.
3) Before opening the unit, disconnect it from the mains supply.
4) Repair work may only be carried out by a skilled electrician or by our Service
Department.
5) Before the unit is put to operation, check it visually, as well as the torch and all cables and
connectors regarding possible external damages.
6) Personal protective equipment in accordance with DIN EN 175, DIN EN 379 and
DIN EN 169.
During the work, the welder’s body must be completely protected against radiation and
burns by means of protective clothing and face protection. Long gloves, aprons and
welding shields with welding filters conforming to DIN EN 470-1 and BGR 189
must be worn.
Synthetic clothing are excluded. Shoes must be closed, not opened (due to spatters). If
necessary, protective headwear must be worn (e.g. for overhead welding). If cover glasses
are used, these must be in accordance with the norms specified above.
As additional protection for the eyes against UV radiation, safety goggles with side
shields and corresponding face protection in accordance with BGR 192 and BGI 553 must
be worn.
Accident prevention regulation BGV D1 § 27 stipulates that it is the responsibility of the
employer to provide suitable personal protective equipment, while § 28 stipulates that it is
the responsibility of the insured to wear suitable clothing.
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7) Protection when welding under increased electrical risks
Welding rectifiers and welding power sources which can optionally be used for either
direct or alternating current must be marked "S" in accordance with EN 60974-1 and BGI
534.
Use insulating materials to protect you against contact with electrically conductive parts
and damp floors. Wear dry, undamaged work clothing, long gloves and footwear with
rubber soles. Ventilate rooms, install extraction systems if required, and wear respiratory
protective equipment if necessary (see Procedural instructions BGV D1 § 27 and BGI
533, Section 5).
8) In order to prevent stray currents and the effects thereof (e.g. destruction of electrical
protective ground conductors), the welding return cable (workpiece cable) must be
connected directly to the workpiece to be welded or to the table (e.g. welding table, gridtype welding table, workbench) supporting the workpiece (see BGV D1 § 20). When
installing the ground connection, assure that there is a good electrical contact (remove rust,
paint, etc.).
9) During welding pauses, the welding torch is to be laid down on an insulated surface or
hung up in such a way that it is not in contact with the workpiece and its support
connected to the welding power source (see § 20 BGV D1).
In the case of longer work pauses, the welding unit must be switched off and the gas
cylinder valve must be closed.
10) The shielding gas cylinder must always be protected against tumbling downing using a
safety chain.
11) Under no circumstances the unit may be put into operation while it is opened
(e.g. for repair work). Apart from the safety regulations, sufficient cooling of the
electrical components provided by the fan cannot be guaranteed.
12) In accordance with BGV D1 § 5, people in the vicinity of the arc must also be informed of
the hazards and protected against them. Safety partitions (“welding safety curtains”) must
be erected in accordance with DIN EN 1598.
14) No welding work may be carried out on containers in which gases, fuels, mineral oils or
similar substances have been stored Öeven if they have been empty for a long timeÕ
(risk of explosion). See § 31 of accident prevention regulation BGV D1.
15) Welds which will be subjected to high loads and which need to meet specific safety
requirements may only be carried out by specially trained and qualified welders.
15) Never bring the torch close to your face.
16) In areas at particularly high risk of fire, the welder must obtain a welding permit and have
this on his person throughout the duration of the welding work. On completion of
welding, a fire-guard must be delegated to ensure fire protection.
17) Ventilation measures must be applied in accordance with BGI 553, Section 9.
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18) The hazard to eyesight must be indicated by means of a sign at the work site
"CAUTION! Do not look into the arc!".
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Duty cycle
The duty cylce measurings have been carried out in accordance with
EN 60974-1 / VDE 0544 part 1 (10 min working period).
60% duty cycle means:
After a 6 min. welding period a 4 min welding pause must be respected. The electrical
components are thermally protected against overheating.
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Instructions to avoid interferences due to electromagnetic influences EMC
The welding unit has been manufactured in accordance with the requirements of guideline
EN 50199 regarding electromagnetic compatibility. It is nonetheless the responsibility of the user
to ensure that the welding equipment is installed and operated in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions. If electromagnetic interference is detected, it is the responsibility of
the user of the welding equipment to find a solution with the technical assistance of the
manufacturer. In some cases, it may be sufficient simply to ground the welding current circuit. In
other cases, it may be necessary to build a complete shield for the welding power source and
workpiece using the input filters. In all cases, electromagnetic interference must be reduced to
avoid any possible malfunctions.
Note: For safety reasons, the welding current circuit may or may not be grounded. No
modifications may be made to the grounding without the approval of an expert who is able to
determine whether the changes might increase the risk of accidents, e.g. by allowing parallel
welding current return paths which could destroy the ground conductors of other equipment.
Further instructions are contained in TEC 974-XX "Arc welding equipment – installation and
use".
a)
a.
below
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
b)
1)
Evaluation of the installation site
Before installing the welding equipment, the user must evaluate potential electromagnetic
problems in the vicinity. The following must be taken into consideration:
Other power cables, control cables, signal and telecommunication cables above,
and next to the welding equipment
Radio and television transmitters and receivers
Computers and other control devices
The health of people in the vicinity, e.g. use of heart pacemaker and hearing aids
Calibration and measuring equipment
Interference immunity of other devices in the vicinity. The user must ensure the
electromagnetic compatibility of other devices used in the vicinity. This may require
additional safety measures.
Procedures to reduce emitted interference
Mains supply
Welding equipment is to be connected to the mains in compliance with the
recommendations of the manufacturer. If interference occurs, it may be necessary to take
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additional precautions, e.g. filters for the mains connection. Make sure that the power
cable of welding equipment is installed in a fixed position shielded by means of a metal
conduit or similar. The entire length of the shield must be electrically connected. The
shield must be connected to the welding power source in the way to obtain a good
electrical contact between the metal conduit and the housing of the welding unit.
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Maintenance of the welding equipment
Welding equipment must be maintained regularly in accordance with the
recommendations of the manufacturer. All access and service doors and covers must be
closed and fastened securely when the welding equipment is in operation. No
modifications whatsoever may be made to welding equipment with the exception of
modifications and adjustments specified in the manufacturer’s operating instructions.
Welding cables
Welding cables should be kept as short as possible and routed close together on or near
the floor.
Equipotential bonding
It is advisable to interconnect all metallic parts in and next to the welding equipment.
Metallic parts connected to the workpiece can, however, increase the risk of the welder
receiving an electric shock by touching these metallic parts and the electrode
simultaneously. The welder must be electrically insulated against all these connected
metallic parts.
Grounding the workpiece
If the workpiece is not connected to the ground for electrical safety reasons, or due to the
size and position of the workpiece, e.g. steel structure or outer wall of a ship, grounding
the workpiece may in some cases, but not all, reduce emitted interference. It must be
ensured that grounding the workpiece will not increase the risk of accidents for the user
and cannot cause the destruction of other electrical equipment. If necessary, the grounding
of the workpiece must be carried out by means of a direct connection to the workpiece. In
countries where a direct connection is prohibited, the connection must be made by means
of suitable reactors, selected in accordance with national regulations.
Shielding
Selective shielding of other cables and devices in the vicinity can reduce interference
problems. For special applications, it may be worth considering shielding the entire
welding system.
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Technical Data:
Model:
Primary:
Power supply
Frequency
Continuous power
Continuous current
Max. current
Cos phi
Secondary:
No load voltage
Working voltage
Welding range
60 (10 min.) duty cycle
100 duty cycle
Protection class
Insulation class
Cooling
Pulse frequency
Basic current
Pulse current
Arc voltage
Pulse time
Generator
Pulse form
Ignition process
Arc length
Program storage
Welding process
Wire diameter
Material selection
Operation mode
Gas check
Digital read-out
Energy control
Wire feeding system
Torch cooling
Norm
Weight
Dimensions L x W x H
PU 400 DW
PU 520 DW
3 x 400 V (415V)
50 (60) Hz
14.5 kVA
21 A
27 A
0,95
3 x 400V (415V)
50 (60) Hz
22,1 kVA
32 A
42 A
0,9
80 V
77 V
15 - 34 V
15 - 40 V
20 - 400 A
20 – 520 A
400 A
520 A
310 A
440 A
IP 23
IP 23
H
H
AF
AF
20 - 500 Hz
20 - 500 Hz
0 - 400 A
0 - 500 A
0 - 600 A
0-1000 A
0-80V
0-77V
0,1 - 25,5 ms
0.1 -25.5 ms
Inverter
Transistor-cascada
144 pulse forms programmable
13 parameters programmable
automatic adjusting
EPROM and EEPROM for 144 programs
MIG/MAG, Pulse-Arc, Interpulse, stick electrode
0.8/1.0/1.2/1.6 mm + 2 special
Programs for 12 materials
2-stroke, 4-stroke with down slope, 4-stroke
with start and final current., stitch, spot welding
Button with hold-funktion and timer
2 displays for curr., voltage, wire
feeding speed, material thickness
with pre-indication and hold-function
continuous; wire feeder or TEDAC-torch;
4 programs recallable at the TEDAC-torch
DC-tacho-motor with 4-roller dive 0.1-30 m/min.
integrated watercooling system
EN 60974-1 "S" / CE
140 kg
270 kg
1020x470x1015
1110 x 530 x 1065 mm
with wire feeder
with wire feeder
and gas bottle holder
and gas bottle holder
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6
Start Up
6.1 Installation of the Machine
If the unit is brought from cold ambient temperatures into a tempered room, for example due to
transportation or from unheated storage depots, it must be adapted before being put to operation a
certain time according to the temperature difference onto the ambient temperature.
Place the machine at least 0.80 m from a wall etc. to guarantee the cooling air can go
through the unit. The room temperature should not exceed 40°C.
The room were the unit is placed should have a low degree of humidity
(max. 50 % at 40°C, max. 90 % at 20° C).
The unit has passed the quality control in accordance with IP 23.
The air in the surroundings must be free from extreme quantities of dust, free from acides and
corrosive gases etc. Otherwise use air filters.
6.2 Main Supply
The main supply must be connected by a trained person. The main supply voltage is displayed on
the front or rear panel of the machine. A connection to ground (GND) must be done.
6.3 Welding Torch
Connect the torch to the Euro-connector.
6.4
Gas Connection
Place the gas bottle on the gas bottle holder and secure it with the safty chain. Remove
the cap and open the bottle momentarily to purge the valve. Install the regulator on the
bottle valve. Connect the gas hose from the machine to the pressure reducer. Slowly open
gas valve and set the gas flow.
6.5
Wire Installation
Place the wire spool over the wire drive. Loosen the end and cut off the bent end section.
Hold the wire to prevent unwinding of the spool. Open the lightning lever and lift the
pressure finger. Feed the wire into the wire feed guide. Push the wire forward onto the
wire drive roller grooves. Close the lightning lever and switch on the machine.
Check the wire feeding: Place your hand 10 cm in front of the contact tip. Let the wire run
into your hand. If the wire is running, the pressure of the drive rollers is o.k.
6.6 Earth Lead (Work Cable)
The earth lead must have an excellent ground. The clamp should be attached to a clean, paint and
rust free area on the work piece or on the welding table.
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6.7 Transport
If a transport by crane is required, the unit must be fixed at all lifting eyes.
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Generalities of the welding unit
7.1 Model PU 400 DW / PU520 DW
The welding unit PU 400 DW is based on inverter technique, the welding unit PU 520 is a
secondary transistor-switch 20 kHz technologie and suitable for MIG/MAG, Pulse-Arc and
MMA/stick electrode welding. Continuous setting of the welding current up to 400 A (PU 400),
520 A (PU 500).
The unit can be characterized by numerous features:
¾ inverter power source with continuous setting of the current 20 - 400 A (PU 400),
the PU 520 with transistor- cascada with continuous setting of the current 20 - 520 A
¾ socket for remote control
¾ digital read out with pre-display and hold-function
7.2 Cooling of the power modul
The fans which are cooling the power modul are switched on automatically as soon as the arc is
enlighted.
7.3 Electronics
The electronic is divided in to 3 sections:
¾
Display, selection of the logic and the operation mode
¾
Adjusting and program parameters
¾
Supervision of the temperature, fan control
7.4 TEDAC-System
The TEDAC-System offers the possibility to adjust the energy from min. to max. by means of a
slide switch. The poti „energy“ is limiting the range of the welding current.
The multi-coloured LED at the handle inside shows the actual setting of the welding current.
red - max. energy
green - min. energy
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1
HAUPTSCHALTER
MAIN SWITCH
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19
17
15 14
30
%
0
10
voltage trim
10
11
HOLD
12
5
+
Lichtbogenlänge
-
5
Drahtvorschub
wire feed
25
20
15
10
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6
1
2.SPECIAL
3
2
mm
1.6
AlSi
Al 4,5 Mn
SG 2+3
SG 2+3
CrNi
4 AlMg 3-5
5
6
1.SPECIAL
mm
mm
1.0
1.2
mm
0.8
TEDAC
GAS
TEDAC
ELECTRODE
INTERPULSE
PULSE
MIG-MAG
Energie / energy
100
mm
3
PP und Fernregelung
pp and remote control
70
90
60
10
%
50
80
40
20
0
30
m/min
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V
25
20
15
2
30
10
1
2
0
3
4
27
26
25
18
5
5
6
10
7
9
8
SPECIAL 12
SPECIAL 11
SPECIAL 10
SPECIAL 9
SPECIAL 8
SPECIAL 7
E 2923-31
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Front panel
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The indicated numbers below are refering to the drawing of the front
panel
1: main switch
2: selector welding process
3: selector location of energy adjustment
4: selector operation mode
5; selector material
6: selector wire diameter
7: selector read-out
8: variable resistor interpulse / welding timer
9: button gas test
10: digital read out, switchable
11: digital read out, amperage
12: LED HOLD
13: LED mains on
14: LED thermic protection
15: LED failure
17: variable resistor voltage trim / arc length (at the wire feed unit)
18: variable resistor energy (at the wire feed unit)
19: button wire currentless (at the wire feed unit)
21: trimmer down slope time (inside of the generator, on top of the front panel)
22: trimmer final current (inside of the generator, on top of the front panel)
23: trimmer start current (inside of the generator, on top of the front panel)
24: trimmer intermission time (inside of the generator, on top of the front panel)
25: switch remote control energy (at the wire feed unit, option)
26: switch remote control voltage trim (at the wire feed unit, option)
27: socket for remote control or push-pull torch (option)
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9.1
Operation of the Unit PU 400 / 520 DW
Switching on the machine
Turn main switch ( 1) into position 1.
If the digital read-out (10) and (11) only indicate horizontallines the chosen welding program
does not exist.
For help see selection of the welding programs, otherwise the machine is ready for operation.
Selection of the welding programs
Selection of the material by means of the two selectors (5) and (6).
Put selector (5) in order to choose the material and selector (6) in order to choose the correct wire
diameter.
If the digital read-outs (10) and (11) are only indicating horizontal lines, the welding program
does not exist.
The list of welding programs is displayed at the inside of the wire feeder box.
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9.2 Selection of the welding process
With selector (2) the welding process can be selected:
MIG-MAG, PULSE, INTERPULSE and STICK ELECTRODE WELDING. If the digital readouts (10) and (11) only show horizontallines, the chosen welding program does not exist.
1. MIG-MAG welding
With variable resistor ( 17) individual adaption of the arc voltage ( arc length)
2. PULSE welding
With variable resistor ( 17) individual adaption of the arc voltage ( arc length)
3. INTERPULSE welding
With variable resistor (17) individual adaption of the arc voltage (arc length). With
variable resistor (8) the interpulse parameters are changed, i.e. left turn is fine scaled
welding, right turn is coarse scaled welding.
Interval welding is not possible in interpulse operation.
4. STICK ELECTRODE welding
With variable resistor ( 17) arc-force is adjusted:
Left turn = no increasing of the welding current
Right turn = maximum increase of the welding current
9.3
Setting of the welding energy
With selector (3) the adjusting selector for the welding energy is chosen.
1. Variable resistor
In this position the energy is set by the variable resistor (18) at the machine. With switch (25) a
remote control box can be used.
2. TEDAC
The welding energy is adjusted by means of the slide switch on the TEDAC-torch and limited to
a maximum value by variable resistor (18).
3. Fixed welding programs (jobs)
See further functions
9.4 Setting of the operation mode
With selector (4) the operation mode is chosen.
2-stroke operation
Selector ( 4) in position “2-stroke”.
In this position the torch interruptor is used to start and to switch off the machine.
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4-stroke operation
Selector (4) in position “4-stroke”.
Torch interruptor pressed: welding process is started
Torch interruptor released: welding in process
Torch interruptor pressed: welding, “down slope” of the welding current down
to the “final current”
Torch interrupter released: welding arc is cut off
4-stroke operation with special welding program
Selector (4) in position “special 4-stroke”
Torch interrupter pressed: the welding process is started with the “start current”
Torch interruptor released: welding with selected energy
Torch interrupter pressed: down slope” of the energy down to the “final current'”
Torch interruptor released: welding arc is cut off
4. Stitch operation
Selector ( 4) in position “stitch”.
The welding time can be adjusted by variable resistor (8) (range: 0.5- 2.5 sec.) Time of
intermission is adjusted by a trimmer inside the machine.
5. Spot welding
Selector ( 4) in position “spot welding”.
With variable resistor (8) the welding time can be adjusted (range: 0.5 -2.5 sec.)
With variable resistor (8) the start current is adjusted in relation to the selected welding
current (in % )
Insertion of the wire
With button (19) the wire is inserted without welding current.
The feeding speed increases slowly up to approximately 15m/min.
Testing shield gas
With button (9) the gas flow can be checked. Button (9) pressed: gas valve is switched on, Button
(9) released: gas valve is still switched on, Button (9) pressed: gas valve is still switched on
Button (9) released: gas valve is switched off or the gas valve is automatically switched off after
10 s
Digital read-outs
The welding unit is equipped with two digital read-outs.
These digital read-outs dispose of the pre-indication and HOLD-function of the welding
parameters, i. e. indication of the preselected welding current and welding voltage (or
wire feed speed or thickness of material).
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After the welding process the last welding values are hold as long as LED (12) is enlighted or the
arc is enlighted again or the welding energy is changed.
Upper display (10):
With selector (7) following parameters can be displayed:
a) welding voltage in V
b) wire feed speed in m/min
c) material thickness in mm
Stick electrode welding: the actual welding voltage is always indicated.
Lower display (11 ):
The welding current is always indicated (in amps. )
9.5 Safety cut off
In case of no arc is established within about 2 s, the welding process is automatically cut off in
any selected operation mode.
9.6
Adjusting of 'start current', 'down slope' time, 'final current' and 'intermission' time
(These trimmers are located inside of the generator on top of the front panel pc-board)
1. Start current
With trimmer (23) the start current in the position “special 4-stroke”
can be adjusted
Left turn max. corresponds to -50 %,
right turn max. corresponds to + 50 % of the welding current chosen.
2. Final current
With trimmer (22) the final current in the down slope process (special 4-stroke operation)
can be adjusted.
The current is independent of the adjusted welding current -in case of the welding current
is inferior to the adjusted final current, there is no down slope.
3. Down slope time
The down slope time is adjusted by trimmer (21 )
4. Intermission time
Using interval welding the intermission time can be changed by trimmer (24) in the range
0.5s to 2.5s.
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10 Activation of the fixed TEDAC programs (jobs)
Selecter (3) in position “fixed TEDAC programs (jobs)”
Activation of the welding programs by using the TEDAC slide switch on the TEDAC-torch.
Programs 1-4 correspond to:
1 = green
2 = yellow
3 = orange
4 = red
In this operation mode the variable resistors for the energy (18), the arc length (17) as well as
selector (2) are out of function. The welding process is selected by the fixed program.
Pre-indication of the upper digital read-out:
According to the position of selector (7)
welding voltage in V,
wire feed speed in m/min or
thickness material in mm
Pre-indication of the lower digital read-out: welding current in A
The welding process is indicated by a point at the right side of the welding current display ( 11 ):
MIG-MAG
no point
PULSE
point at the right side
INTERPULSE
side point is flashing
10.1 Generating your own TEDAC program
1) Press down button (9) and pull simultaneously the TEDAC-slide switch mounted
on the TEDAC-torch for about 5 s. Herewith you enter the program mode.
2) Press the TEDAC-slide switch on the TEDAC-torch towards the front to select the
individual program point (P1: green, P2: yellow, P3: orange, P4: red).
3) Set selector (2) on the desired welding process (MIG-MAG, PULSE, INTERPULSE).
4) Select the desired arc by the variable resistor ( 18 - energy) and the variable resistor
(17 - arc length).
5) Weld with these parameters and adjust them as requested.
6) Store this setting of these parameters by pulling the TEDAC-slide switch for about 5 s.
The storage is confirmed by the indication by the letters “STO” in the display for about 1 sec.
7) Herewith this program (job) is stored.
8) Proceed in the same way with the three remaining programs.
9) For leaving the program mode, press down button (9) and pull simultaneously the TEDACslide switch mounted on the TEDAC-torch for about 5 s.
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11 Pulse-Arc Welding Units PU 400 DW and PU 520 DW
11.1 Advantages – Point by point
¾ Compact and clearly arranged housing:
Generator, control panel, control and water cooling system are mounted in one housing.
¾ Rotating mounting of the wire feeder on the welding unit.
The swivelling axis is placed asymmetrically at the rear of the wire feeder and allows a wide
work area. The wire feeder rotates easily to the desired position without kinking the torch lead.
Due to this construction, the movements of the connection cable is reduced to a minimum.
¾ Safe transport due to the locking of the wire feeder. - Connection cables available in different
lengths: Quick and easy change due to clampable and pluggable couplings on both sides.
¾ Gas bottle holder for 10, 20 and 50 I cylinders. Lowered for an easy handling of the
cylinders. Galvanized: no corrosion due to possible frictions.
¾ Large swivel and carriage wheels for an easy handling in the workshop and in the plant. - 4
lifting eyes to transport the welding unit (option).
¾ Reduced electrical consumption in stand-by-operation. - Demand-on switching of the water
pump and ventilator.
¾ High efficiency factor due to a modern electronic.
¾ Special filters avoid radiation.
- tremendous time saving due to reduction of
working hours for cleaning
- high output of wire melting
- long endurance of torch consumables
- extended switch-on time when using machine welding.
¾ Safe, spatter reduced ignition due to a new ignition process controlled by 14
parameters:
- 2 independent ignition pulses
- precise soft start of the wire
- slag droplet on wire removed for re-ignition.
¾ 144 stored welding programs for
- different materials
- different wire diameters
- different protective gases
- Pulse-Arc, MIG/MAG and Interpulse welding.
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¾ Multiples variations of the pulse parameters:
Manipulation of the arc characteristics and the penetration.
¾ Application of thicker wire diameters compared to MIG/MAG welding.
Savings due to purchase of thicker wire.
¾ Alloy elements are maintained due to
adaption of the pulse parameters when using high alloyed wire.
¾ Structure of the Pulse-Arc welding programs:
Flexible program structure with 35 free programmable
parameters. Perfect ignition due to 13 variable parameters
within the ignition process. 144 different pulse forms
programmable. Generating of different forms of welding
characteristic curves for the welding parameters possible.
¾ New procedure of MIG/MAG short arc welding process
Due to the new technology, already in short arc welding a very
spatter reduced weld is achieved. The range of
the non-desired mixed arc is reduced to a minimum.
¾ Comparison spatters MAG/Pulse-Arc welding:
Spatter emission in relation to the welding current
in percent. The comparison shows the outstanding
results in favour of the Pulse-Arc welding
and the traditional MAG welding using
CO? or mixed gas as protective gas.
11.2 Construction of the housing:
1) Easy to service and to open, all components clearly arranged with easy access.
2) Electronical components are dust protected placed in a separate department.
3) Easy mounting of the connection cable due to clamp-able and pluggable fittings.
4) Efficient cooling of all power components in the air tunnel.
11.3 Locking of the control panel
¾ reduction of the functions to a minimum:
Main switch, LED-displays, gas check, adjusting of the energy and arc length
(both at the wire feeder).
¾ only authorized persons can manipulate the operation modes and programs.
¾ in operation mode "Fixed Programs" the welder can activate 4 different free
programmable welding caracteristic curves at the TEDAC-torch.
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12 Cleaning
IMPORTANT:
!!! Before opening the machine, disconnect it from mains !!!
Open the side covers. Remove dust from all parts of the machine.
Blow away the dust at the pcbs of the inverter withcompressed air –reduced pressure
(appr. 0,5 – 1 bar). We recommend to clean the unit in regular periods.
13 Maintenance and Accident Prevention
The maintenance of the welding machine consists of a regular cleaning and inspection. It depends
on the environment of the working area and the working hours.
The machine should be cleaned in regular intervals to guarantee a proper operation. The length of
the cleaning interval depends on the operation time, surrounding atmosphere etc.
ATTENTION:
Before opening the welding machine, make sure
that it is disconnected from the mains supply. Wait for
components to be sufficiently cooled down !
Wait until the capacitors are discharged (appr. 3 min.)!
14 Trouble Shooting
14.1 Machine does not operate after switching on the main switch
a) Check main supply
b) Check main fuses
14.2 Machine does not react on the torch switch
a) Problem at the torch switch
b) Check internal fuses
14.3 Machine has no or too low welding current
a) Main relais is not working
b) Bad or no contact at the earth lead
c) Torch hose completely or partially broken
d) Problem with rectifier or IGBT- switches in the machine
e) Only 2 main phases are connected, check main fuses
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14.4 Welding quality is not good
a) No or too low gas flow
b) Air is mixed into the protective gas. Open gas valve and close it again. Gas pressure
must remain in the gas hose. Check at the regulator.
c) Gas nozzle or tip holder are covered with spatters. Gas flow is not o.k.
d) Tip holder is not fixed properly. Air is mixed into the protective gas via the wire
e) Extremly oxidated workpiece.
f) Air is comming to the welding area because of wind.
14.5 Problems with wire feeding and wire contacting
a) Hole in the contact tip has wrong diameter or contact tip must be changed.
b) Wire core is extremly dirty.
c) Kinks in the wire core.
15 Aluminium Welding
1. Aluminium welding wire:
- Wire diameter 0.8 mm only with push pull torch
- Wire Al-Mg 3/5/4.5 Mn (1.0 mm), Al-Si, Al 99.5 (1.0 and 1.2 mm) torch lead max. 3 m
- For welding wire 1.6 mm we recommend a torch with a long torch head
- Do not store alu wire without the platic protection cover. Do not use alu wires with oxid.
2. Teflon liner:
- For wire 1.0 mm we recomend the teflon liner (red 2,0 x 4,0) (part-no. 022.1.0586)
- For 1.2 and 1.6 mm carbon teflon liner (yellow 2,7 x 4,7), (part-no. 022.1.0588)
- The carbon teflon liner must be installed without any break from the contact tip to the drive
roller
- Fix the clamping nut at the Euro connector only by hand
3. Wire feeder:
- Exchange the brass guidance nozzle to a pvc guidance nozzle (between the two drive rollers)
DV-25: part-no. 012.0.0373, DV-30: part-no. 012.0.0269
- Exchange the insertion nozzle at DV-30 from brass to pvc (part.-no: 012.0 0267)
- Exchange the guidance core at DV-30 to pvc (part-no: 022.1.0237)
- Install the outgoing tube in the Euro connector to support the teflon liner
Exchange the Outgoing tube (pvc) for alu/stainless steel:
DV-20: part-no. 103.001,
DV-25: part-no. 103.001,
DV-30: part-no. 102.998.
4. Wire feeding rollers:
- Exchage the two lower roller to aluminium rollers (U-groove), the rollers at the to may
remain pressure rollers without a groove
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5. Pressure of the rollers:
- Reduce the pressure to a minimum.
- When the alu wire is stoped at the contact tip the rollers must turn without transporting the
wire.
6. Insertion of the wire:
- Insert the wire without a contact tip at the torch.
- Hold the torch cable straight, outherwise the wire could go through the line and the torch
lead.
7. Welding torch:
- We do not recommend the torch SB/SBT 154 G for aluminium welding. Use a ceramics gas
distributor (not fibre glas). Due to the high temperatures the fibre glass may emit a gas
which influences the welding process.
- The torches SB/SBT 300 W, SB/SBT 502 W and SB/SBT 600 W have an open cooling
system. Assures that the componets are tightly fitted. Only minimum parts of water will
make the aluminium welding impossible.
8. Protective gas:
- We recommend argon 4.6, mixtures argon-helium can be used for thick aluminium plates to
avoid or reduce a pre-heating.
- Gas flow for a gas nozzle 17 mm:
wire 1.0 mm: aprox. 12-14 l/min.
wire 1.2 mm: aprox. 14-16 l/min.
wire 1.6 mm: aprox. 18-22 l/min.
Avoid smaller gas nozzles.
- If the gas hose between gas valve and cylinder is long, an impulse of too much gas is ejected
during the ignition process which could cause porosity. Our wire feeder boxes have a special
reduction device installed.
- For gas hoses longer than 10 m we recommend the installation of a pressure regulator inside
the welding unit.
- We recommend a regulator with an integrated ball-flowmeter.
9. Position and distance of the torch:
- Aluminium is welded in forward position, the torch is tilt aprox. 10 - 20°.
- Distance torch to work piece aprox. 10-15 mm. If the distance is too large, the protective gas
shield is not assured.
- Avoid draught (air movement in the room).
10. Cleanliness:
- Aluminium work pieces must be without any dirtying. Clean with alcohol or special
aluminium cleaner
- Avoid the storage under high humidity.
- Remove oxid when aluminium pieces have been stroed a lon time.
11. Additional wire equipment:
- In our general catalogues in section 10 we offer complete packages for wire equipments.
12. Special 4-stroke:
- We recommend to operate in the special 4-stroke mode with a higher start current. The start
current, the down slop and the final current can be adjusted inside the machine behind the
front panel.
16 Wire feeder systems
20
Drahtvorschubgetriebe DV-25
2
1
4
3
6
5
19
18
20
35
8
10
7
21
9
23
22
25
24
12
11
27
14
13
29
26
28
15
31
30
16
17
33
32
39
34
21
E 2715-39
16.1 Spare parts wire feeder model: DV-25
(If spare parts for the wire feeder are needed, always indicate number of the relative
positon and part number)
Pos
Description
Wire feed gear complete
with motor and wire feed rollers
1
gear flange (brass part)
gear flange (complete)
(Euro connector preassembled)
_Part No._
002.0.2850
002.0.2875
012.0.0287
2
lentil flat-head screw
090.0.0825
3
insulation bush
002.0.2877
4
knurled screw M 4 x 20
090.0.1002
5
bolt (roller)
002.0.2859
6
bolt
002.0.2864
7
rocking bar
002.0.2865
8
cylindrical pin
090.0.0571
9
thread pole M 8 x 90
002.0.2863
10
knurled nut
002.0.2862
11
compression spring
002.0.2690
12
pressure piece
002.0.2861
13
thread case
002.0.2860
14
rocking bar
002.0.2866
15
bullet button
002.0.2856
16
pvc liner
012.0.0377
17
permanent magnet motor 24 VDC
002.0.2630
18
hexagon screw
washer
spring ring
090.0.4335
090.0.1208
090.0.1408
22
Pos
19
Description
insulation plate
_Part No._
002.0.2876
20
gear insulation
012.0.0285
21
gear angle
002.0.2874
22
sheet steel protection
002.0.2870
23
outgoing nozzle (brass) 6 x 2 x 48
Outgoing tube (brass) for alu/stainless steel
6 x 4 x 51
002.0.0367
103.001
24
bolt (roller)
002.0.2873
25
for mild steel/stainless steel:
drive roller with groove V ∅ 0,6 mm
drive roller with groove V ∅ 0,8 mm
drive roller with groove V ∅ 1,0 mm
drive roller with groove V ∅ 1,2 mm
for aluminium:
drive roller ∅ 0,8 mm alu
drive roller ∅ 1,0 mm alu
drive roller ∅ 1,2 mm alu
drive roller ∅ 1,6 mm alu
002.0.2884
002.0.2885
002.0.2886
002.0.2887
26
knurled screw M 4 x 10
090.0.1001
27
fastener
002.0.2869
28
drive pinion
002.0.2871
29
guidance nozzle (brass) for steel 5 x 1,5 x 40
guidance nozzle for alu/stainless steel
(pvc) 5 x 1,5 x 40
002.0.2867
012.0.0373
30
knurled screw
002.0.2857
31
pressure roller
002.0.2878
32
screw (brass)
025.1.1610
33
incoming nozzle
002.0.2891
34
retaining ring
002.0.2858
39
edge protection rubber (0,3 m)
001.0.0820
002.0.2879
002.0.2880
002.0.2881
002.0.2882
23
Wire feeder DV-30
49
1
48 50
2
3
54 6
8
10
7
57
11
14
16
15
17
18
20
22
19
21
23
52
51
57
54
24
12
47
66
25
28
58
30
29
46
26
31
27
.
6365
32 33
45 34
38
37 3941
24
42
44
43
16.2 Spare parts wire feeder model: DV-30
(If spare parts for the wire feeder are needed, always indicate the number of the relative
positon and part number)
Pos
Description
_Part No._
Wire feeder block DV-30, without motor, without rollers
012.0.0352
1
Gear box DV-30
012.0.0353
2
left rocking bar
012.0.0276
3
pressure piece
012.0.0261
4
gripping yoke
012.0.0259
5
leveling screw
012.0.0260
6
compression spring
002.0.2688
7
screw
012.0.0266
8
cylindrical pin
090.0.0587
9
compression spring
002.0.2688
10
right rocking bar
012.0.0277
11
eccentric (tentering lever)
012.0.0258
12
knurled screw
090.0.1001
13
hexagonal screw
090.0.4313
14
guide roll
012.0.0239
15
adjusting roll
012.0.0238
16
clamping sleeve 2,5 x 4,5
025.1.1524
17
introductory liner 2,5 x 4,5
002.0.2905
18
sliding block
012.0.0257
19
19 a
incoming nozzle for steel 0,8-1,6 (brass)
incoming nozzle for alu and stainless steel
0.8-1.6 (pvc)
012.0.0332
012.0.0267
25
Pos
Description
_Part No._
20
20a
guidance nozzle for steel 0,8-1,6 (brass)
guidance nozzle for alu and stainless steel 0.8-1.6 (pvc)
012.0.0274
012.0.0269
21
feather
090.0.8815
22
DU bush (inside the gear block)
019.1.0121
23
gear (drive pinion)
012.0.0279
24
insulation plate
002.0.0144
25
leveling screw
003.0.1506
26
screw pin
090.0.3303
27
screw pin
090.0.3409
28
DU bush
019.1.0550
29
cylindrical pin
090.0.0598
30
screwpin
090.0.3413
31
bolt
012.0.0268
32
gear pre-assembled
012.0.0278
33
retaining ring
090.0.1814
34
spacing ring
012.0.0235
35
cylinder-head screw
090.0.0937
36
washer
090.0.1205
37
groove ball bearings
019.1.0261
38
feather
090.0.8810
39
eye bolt
090.1.2528
40
compression spring
002.0.2690
41
hexagonal nut
090.0.6055
42
insulation bush
002.0.0200
26
Pos
Description
_Part No._
43
knurled nut
012.0.0265
44
for mild steel and stainless steel:
drive roller V 1,0 and 1,2 mm ∅(2 pcs. needed)
pressure roller (2 pcs. needed)
drive roller V 0,8 and 1,6 mm ∅ (2 pcs. needed)
pressure roller (2 pcs. needed)
012.0.0272
012.0.0271
012.0.0273
012.0.0271
for aluminium:
drive roller U 1,0 and 1,2 mm ∅ (2 pcs. needed)
pressure roller (2 pcs. needed)
drive roller U 0,8 and 1,6 mm ∅ (2 pcs. needed)
pressure roller (2 pcs. needed)
012.0.0281
012.0.0271
012.0.0282
012.0.0271
for cored wire:
drive roller for cored wire 1,2 and 1,6 mm ∅ (2 pcs. needed)
pressure roller (2 pcs. needed)
drive roller for cored wire 2,0 and 2,4 mm ∅ (4 pcs. needed)
drive roller for cored wire 2,8 and 3,2 mm ∅ (4 pcs. needed)
012.0.0291
012.0.0271
012.0.0292
012.0.0293
45
O ring
013.8.0010
46
sliding block
012.0.0254
47
outgoing nozzle for steel 0,8-1,6 mm ∅ (brass)
outgoing nozzle for cored wire 1,6-2,4 mm ∅ (brass)
outgoing nozzle for aluminium 0,8-1,6 mm ∅ (pvc)
012.0.0333
012.0.0335
102.998
48
lentil flat-head screw
090.1.0825
49
insulation bush
002.0.2877
50
gear insulation
012.0.0285
51
insulating plate
002.0.2876
52
gear flange complete (euro connector)
012.0.0287
53
cylinder-head screw
090.0.0931
54
insulating bush
002.0.2877
55
washer
090.0.1204
56
self-locking screw nut
090.0.6053
27
Pos
Description
_Part No._
57
knurled screw
090.0.1002
58
screw nut (for gas)
002.0.2896
59
hexagonal screw
090.0.4328
60
washer
090.0.1207
61
spring ring
090.0.1407
62
screw nut
090.0.5008
63
hexagonal screw
090.0.4335
64
washer
090.0.1208
65
spring ring
090.0.1408
66
motor 42 VDC (DV-30) with tacho
002.0.2512
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17 Torches - and Spare parts
for torch model SB/SBT 502 W - PP/PPT 502 W
17.1 MIG-MAG-welding torch model SB/SBT 502 W
Technical data:
Cooling:
Mixed gas:
CO2:
Wire diameter:
Solid wire:
Aluminium wire:
Weight:
water cooled
500 A 60 % duty cycle
500 A 100 % duty cycle
0.8 – 1.0 – 1.2 – 1.6 mm ∅
1.0 – 1.2 – 1.6 mm ∅
approx. 1300 g/1 m H
The data are corresponding to (U = 14 + 0.05 x I)
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MIG-MAG- welding torch model SB/SBT 502 W
30
MIG/MAG Hand Welding Torch,
Model SB/SBT 502 W, water cooled
Pos.
Description
Part No.
MIG/MAG hand welding torch
model SB 502 W, 3 m, short version
022.1.1587
MIG/MAG hand welding torch
model SB 502 W, 4 m, short version
022.1.1588
MIG/MAG hand welding torch
model SB 502 W, 3 m, long version
022.1.1581
MIG/MAG hand welding torch
model SB 502 W, 3 m, long version
022.1.1582
MIG/MAG hand welding torch
TEDAC, SBT 502 W, 3 m, short vers.
022.1.1601
MIG/MAG hand welding torch
TEDAC, SBT 502 W, 4 m, short vers.
022.1.1602
MIG/MAG hand welding torch
TEDAC, SBT 502 W, 3 m, long vers.
022.1.1603
MIG/MAG hand welding torch
TEDAC, SBT 502 W, 4 m, long vers.
022.1.1604
Standard wire equipment: mild steel 1.2
Spare parts and consumables:
1-6 Torch neck SB/SBT 502 W
short version
1-6 Torch neck SB/SBT 502 W
long version
2
Insulation sleeve for
SB/SBT 502W
3
O-ring 14 x 4
4
Pressure sleeve for SB/SBT 502 W
5
O-ring 12 x 4
6
water coat for SB/SBT 502 W
7
Insualtion ring SB/SBT 502 W
8
Tip holder SB/SBT 300/502 W
9
Contact tip Cu-Cr-Zr 0.8 mm
9.1
Contact tip Cu-Cr-Zr 1.0 mm
9.2
Contact tip Cu-Cr-Zr 1.2 mm
9.3
Contact tip Cu-Cr-Zr 1.6 mm
022.1.1564
022.1.1560
022.1.1574
VE 10 pcs
VE 10 pcs
VE
VE
VE
VE
VE
VE
31
10 pcs
10 pcs
10 pcs
10 pcs
10 pcs
10 pcs
022.1.0077
022.1.1424
022.1.0076
022.1.1572
022.1.1421
022.1.1578
045.1.1814
045.1.1815
045.1.1816
045.1.1817
Pos.
Description
Part No.
10
10.1
11
Diffusor SB/SBT 502W, ceramic
Diffusor SB/SBT 502, fibreglass
Gas nozzle 17 mm
with fastening ring
11.1 Gas nozzle 14 mm
with fastening ring
11.2 Spot welding gas nozzle
with fastening ring
11.3 Gas nozzle 21 mm heavy duty
with fastening ring
12
Contact tip AL/VA 0.8 mm
12.1 Contact tip AL/VA 1.0 mm
12.2 Contact tip AL/VA 1.2 mm
12.3 Contact tip AL/VA 1.6 mm
15
Handle MIG, complete
with trigger and cover cap
Only for SBT 502 W:
16
TEDAC pc-board ME-BE-10.0
incl. slide switch and micro switch
18
Trigger for MIG/MAG torch
19
Micro switch MIG/MAG torch
20
Spring for switch
21
Complete cable assembly, w.c.
3 m, with Euro-connector,
without torch, without liner
21.1 Complete cable assembly, w. c.
4 m, with Euro-connector,
without torch, without liner
22
Water-power-cable 3.0 m long
22.1 Water-power-cable 4.0 m long
23
Wire feeding hose cpl. 3.0 m long
23.1 Wire feeding hose cpl. 4.0 m long
24
Water hose flow, 3.0 m long
24.1 Water hose flow, 4.0 m long
25
Gas hose, 3.0 m long
25.1 Gas hose, 4.0 m long
26
Switch-cable, 3 m long
26.1 Switch-cable, 4 m long
27
Protective-hose, 3.0 m long
27.1 Protective-hose, 4.0 m long
28
Liner for steel (blue)
0.6 - 0.8 (1.0) mm, 3 m long
28.1 Liner for steel (blue)
0.6 - 0.8 (1.0) mm, 4 m long
28.2 Liner for steel (uncoated),
1.0 - 1.6 mm, 3 m
VE 10 pcs
VE 10 pcs
VE 10 pcs
022.1.1567
022.1.1568
045.1.4300
VE 10 pcs
045.1.4301
VE 10 pcs
045.1.4304
VE 10 pcs
045.1.4305
VE
VE
VE
VE
045.1.1812
045.1.1810
045.1.1811
045.1.1813
105.016
10 pcs
10 pcs
10 pcs
10 pcs
022.1.0800
VE 10 pcs
022.1.0796
022.1.0797
022.1.0131
022.1.1642
022.1.1644
022.1.0281
022.1.0282
022.1.1662
022.1.1664
022.1.0290
022.1.0291
022.1.0300
022.1.0301
022.1.0148
022.1.0149
006.0.1055
006.0.1054
022.1.0246
022.1.0247
022.1.0248
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Pos.
Description
Part No.
28.3
Liner for steel (uncoated),
1,0 - 1.6 mm, 4 m
Euro-connection, at torch side
Brass neck for Euro-connection
Kinking-protection, intake
Euro adapter nut
Liner nut
Water-return-hose
Coupling nipple no. 3305
Teflon liner for alu and stainl.st.
0.8 - 1.2 mm, 3 m (red, 2.0 x 4.0)
with brass outgoing liner
Teflon liner for alu and stainl.st.
(1.2) - 1.6 mm, 3 m (yellow, 2.7 x 4.7)
with brass outgoing liner
Collet for teflon liner 2.0 x 4.0
Collet for teflon liner 2.7 x 4.7
Outgoing nozzle pvc, DV-25
for aluminium and stainless steel
Outgoing nozzle pvc, DV-30
for aluminium and stainless steel, 0.8 - 1.6 mm
1.2 - 1.6 mm, 3 m (2.7 x 4.7 mm)
Kinking protection
Spring for kinking protection
Connection nipple for
water-current-cable, torch side
Nipple for wire feeding hose at
torch side
Protection hose 26 x 1.5
Water hose blue 5 x 1.5
Water hose red 5 x 1.5
PVC hose with textile 9 x 12 mm
022.1.0249
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
37.1
38.1
38.2
39.1
39.2
41
42
43
44
Only for SB 502 W:
45
Cover cap for TEDAC handle
VE 10 pcs
025.1.0150
025.1.0200
025.1.0100
025.1.0300
025.1.1301
022.1.0295
025.1.0400
022.1.0586
022.1.0588
min 10 pcs
min 10 pcs
107.554
102.997
103.001
102.998
VE 10 pcs
022.1.1580
022.1.1579
045.1.0201
VE 10 pcs
045.1.0312
VE 120 m
VE 100 m
VE 100 m
VE 100 m
027.2.0100
027.2.0130
027.2.0125
006.0.0103
022.1.0604
* max. length of torch lead for alu: 3 m
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17.2 Push-Pull-welding torch model PP/PPT 502 W
Technical data:
Cooling:
Mixed gas:
CO2:
Wire diameter:
Solid wire:
Aluminium wire:
Weight:
water cooled
500 A 60 % duty cycle
500 A 100 % duty cycle
0.8 / 1.0 / 1.2 / 1.6 mm ∅
1.0 / 1.2 / 1.6 mm ∅
approx. 1850 g/1 m H
The data are corresponding to (U = 14 + 0.05 x I)
34
Push-Pull-welding torch model PP/PPT 502 W
35
Push Pull Hand Welding Torch,
Model PP/PPT 502 W, water cooled
Pos.
Description
Part No.
Push pull hand welding torch
model PP 502 W, straight, 8 m
021.1.0296
Push pull hand welding torch
model PP 502 W, bent, 8 m
021.1.0297
Push pull hand welding torch
TEDAC, PPT 502 W, straight, 8 m
021.1.0298
Push pull hand welding torch
TEDAC, PPT 502 W, bent, 8 m
021.1.0299
Standard wire equipment: mild steel 1.0
1
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Spare parts and consumables:
Motor-block PP torch
Wire feeding roller st. 0.8 mm (PP)
Wire feeding roller st. 1.0 mm (PP)
Wire feeding roller st. 1.2 mm (PP)
Wire feeding roller st. 1.6 mm (PP)
Wire feeding roller alu 0.8 mm (PP)
Wire feeding roller alu 1.0 mm (PP)
Wire feeding roller alu 1.2 mm (PP)
Wire feeding motor, PP-torch
Pressure-yoke cpl. PPL/PPW
Pressure roller PP
Fastening-yoke cpl.
Spring DFO, 7x4, 3x9, 3x4x1.12
for fastening yoke
Intake-nozzle PP 307
motor-block/intake
Kinking protection
Guiding nut
Torch handle, PP-torch, rear
Torch handle, PP-torch, front
Cover
Spring lock
Toorch interruptor
Cover cap for TEDAC handle
Variable resistor PP-torch
Turn-knob
Torch lead cpl. 8 m, PP/PPT 502
without torch, with Euro-connection
021.1.0151
021.1.0251
021.1.0252
021.1.0253
021.1.0254
021.1.0255
021.1.0256
021.1.0257
021.1.0272
021.1.0160
021.1.0170
021.1.0181
021.1.0182
021.1.0181
021.1.0190
021.1.0279
021.1.0205
021.1.0235
021.1.0236
021.1.0237
021.1.0185
021.1.0335
022.1.0604
001.0.0506
003.0.1508
021.1.0285
36
Pos.
Description
Part No.
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Wire feeding hose 8 m
Gas hose 8 m
Control cable cpl., 7-pole
Protective hose 25 x 1.5
Euro-connection, at torch side
Kinking-protection, intake
Brass neck for Euro-connection
Euro adapter nut
Wire core 8 m
2.0 x 4.0 mm
Wire core
BZ 0.6 - 1.6 mm, 8 m, cpl.
Liner nut
Socket 10-pole (-)
(for push pull torch)
Cable terminal cpl. with strain
relief for energy switch, 410
Collet for teflon liner 2.0 x 4.0
Teflon liner 2.0 x 4.0
Alu/stainl. steel 0.8 - 1.6 mm, 8 m
Outgoing nozzle pvc, DV-25
for aluminium and stainless steel
Outgoing nozzle pvc, DV-30
for aluminium and stainless steel
Spring for kinking protection
Brass liner 0.2 m, (2.0 x 4.0)
Torch neck PP/PPT 502, straight
Torch neck PP/PPT 502 W, 45°
Insulation sleeve for SB/SBT 502W
O-ring 14 x 4
O-ring 12 x 4
Pressure sleeve for SB/SBT 502 W
water coat for SB/SBT 502 W
Insualtion ring SB/SBT 502 W
Tip holder SB/SBT 300/502 W
Contact tip Cu-Cr-Zr 0.8 mm
Contact tip Cu-Cr-Zr 1.0 mm
Contact tip Cu-Cr-Zr 1.2 mm
Diffusor SB/SBT 502W, ceramic
Diffusor SB/SBT 502
Gas nozzle 17 mm
with fastening ring
Gas nozzle 21 mm heavy duty
with fastening ring
021.1.0283
021.1.0260
021.1.0331
006.0.1053
025.1.0150
025.1.0100
025.1.0200
025.1.0300
021.1.0329
31.1
32
33
34
35
36
37.1
37.2
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
49.1
49.2
50
50.1
51
51.1
021.1.0325
025.1.1301
021.1.0384
021.1.0387
107.554
021.1.0326
103.001
102.998
10 St
10 St
10 St
10 St
10 St
10 St
10 St
10 St
022.1.1579
107.810
021.1.0097
021.1.0096
022.1.1574
022.1.0077
022.1.0076
022.1.1424
022.1.1572
022.1.1421
022.1.1578
045.1.1814
045.1.1815
045.1.1816
022.1.1567
022.1.1568
045.1.4300
VE 10 St
045.1.4305
VE 10 St
VE 10 St
VE
VE
VE
VE
VE
VE
VE
VE
37
Pos.
Description
52
Spot welding gas nozzle
with fastening ring
Gas nozzle 14 mm
with fastening ring
TEDAC pc-board ME-BE-10.0
incl. slide switch and micro switch
Insertion element
Water hose 8 m long
Water-return-hose
Coupling nipple no. 3305
Water-power-cable 8 m long
53
55
56
57
58
59
60
Part No.
VE 10 St
045.1.4304
VE 10 St
045.1.4301
022.1.0800
021.1.0337
021.1.0271
022.1.0295
025.1.0400
021.1.0321
38
18 Stored programs PU 400
Programs MIG/MAG
EPROM
PU400
1.73
date:
20.03.02
Prg-Nr.
material
Gas
diam. 0,8 diam. 1,0 diam. 1,2 diam. 1,6 1 Spezial 2 Spezial
1
SG 2+3
82 Ar/18 Co2
*
*
*
*
2
SG 2+3
100 Co2
*
*
*
*
3
Cr-Ni
97,5 Ar/ 2,5 Co2
*
*
*
*
4
Al-Mg 3-5
99,996 Ar
*
*
*
5
Al-Si 5
99,996 Ar
*
*
*
6 Al-Mg 4,5 Mn 99,996 Ar
*
*
7
Cu-Si 3
99,996 Ar
*
*
8
9
Fluxofil 31 82 Ar/18 Co2
*
*
10
11
12
Programs Pulse
Prg-Nr. Werkstoff
Gas
diam. 0,8 diam. 1,0 diam. 1,2 diam. 1,6 1 Spezial 2 Spezial
1
SG 2+3
82 Ar/18 Co2
*
*
*
*
2
SG 2+3
82 Ar/18 Co2
*
3
Cr-Ni
97,5 Ar/ 2,5 Co2
*
*
*
*
4
Al-Mg 3-5
99,996 Ar
*
*
*
*
5
Al-Si 5
99,996 Ar
*
*
*
*
6 Al-Mg 4,5 Mn 99,996 Ar
*
*
1,2 He30
7
Cu-Si 3
99,996 Ar
*
*
8
9
Fluxofil 31 82 Ar/18 CO2
*
*
10
Cu-Al 8
99,996 Ar
*
*
*
*
11
12
39
19 Spare parts and wiring diagram
19.1
Spare part list PU 400 DW
electr.
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
description
part no.
A9
A10
A11
A12
pc-board ME-NF400/2.5
pc-board ME-l-PG-1.0
pc-board ME-l-PI-1.0
pc-board ME-I-SD-1.1B
pc-board ME-I-RC-1.1
LEM-converter
pc-board ME-2QR-24/42-2.1C
pc-board ME-PPMR-2.1
pc-board ME-MTC-1.2
E-prom MTC-MP-I.X
E-prom PU4001.X
pc-board ME-MTC/M-2.0
pc-board ME-MF-1.3
Platine ME-EMV-3.1
pc-board ME-PPMR/AN2.0
102.279
003.0.0001
003.0.0002
003.0.0003
003.0.0004
010.0.1615
003.0.0046
003.0.0493
003.1.0042
003.0.0381
003.0.0382
100.198
003.1.0000
102.281
003.0.0485
C1
capacitor 0,1 uF 1000V
001.0.0415
F1
F2
F3
F4
F6
F7
F8
fuse 4 A slow - control transformer prim. 400V
fuse 4 A slow - control transformer prim. 400V
fuse 10 A slow - control transformer sec. 37 V - 42V
fuse 1 A slow -control transformer sec. 42 V
water pressure switch 0,5 bar
thermic switch - 80 °C opening – rectifier
thermic current switch 1,4 A - water pump
003.0.1251
003.0.1251
003.0.1199
003.0.1212
004.0.0204
001.0.0406
003.0.0320
K1
relais 48V/AC
relaissocket
010.0.1961
010.0.1962
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
M7
Q1
wire feed motor 42 V DC (at DV-30) GR63X55
fan 230 V AC - water cooling torch
fan 230 V AC - water cooling torch
fan 230 V AC - at the inverter
fan 230 V AC - at the inverter
water pump 230 V AC
wire feed motor 24 V DC (at DV25)
main switch HLT 40
109.702
001.0.1323
001.0.1323
001.0.1323
001.0.1323
004.0.0530
002.0.2630
001.0.0014
40
electr.
description
part no.
-R1
-R2
-R3
-R4
-R5
-R7
-R8
potentiometer 10 kΩ
potentiometer 10 kΩ
resistor 330 Ω 50W
resistor 330 Ω 50W
NTC resistor 47 kΩ
resistor 0,02 Ω 50W
resistor 330 Ω 50W
001.0.0545
001.0.0545
030.0.4583
030.0.4583
010.0.1933
030.0.4580
030.0.4583
-S1
-S2
selector 2-pole (option socket machine welding)
selector 2-pole-energy
(option PP- and socket for remote control)
003.0.0900
003.0.0900
-S3
003.0.0900
-S4
selector 2-pole voltage trim
(option PP- and socket for remote control)
button wire feed
-T1
-T2
-T3
Transformer and choke of inverter
Control transformer EI 120/73,7 950VA
Saturation transformer (green)
020.1.1661
003.0.0242
020.1.1124
-V1
Rectifier prim.
001.0.0285
-X1
-X1
-X2
-X3
-X6
-X7
-X8
-X8
-X9
-X10
Dinse-bush 70/95mm² 500A
Socket DIX SE 50/70
Dinse-bush 70/95mm² 500A
Dinse-bush 70/95mm² 500A
Euroconector
Socket 6-pole (option machine welding)
Support for bush 24-pol.
Support for pins 24-pol.
Conector 24-pole
Socket 10-pole
(option PP- and remote control)
Connector 10 pole (accessories)
strain relief (accessories)
001.0.1102
012.0.1508
001.0.1102
001.0.1102
012.0.0287
015.0.0102
015.0.0501
015.0.0500
015.0.0502
021.1.0386
021.1.0383
021.1.0388
-Y1
Gas valve 42V/AC
002.0.1602
-Z1
-Z2
Protection device
Protection device
003.0.0334
100.894
19.2 wiring diagram PU 400
41
010.0.0325
Vervielfältigung oder Weitergabe nur mit unserer schriftlichen Genehmigung gestattet
Änderung
sw
L 1 ´L 2 ´L 3 ´
+SQ
-A11
15.11.99
Datum
-R3
-R4
sw
bl
Konrad
Name
bl
sw
sw
PE
PE
+SQ
-X4
L1 L2 L3 PE
T1 T2 T3
sw
Plotdatum: 08.10.03
a
b
c
d
+SQ
-Q1
L1 L2 L3
L1 L2 L3
ME-EMV-3.1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
3
3
rt
4
4
rt
1
F3
F2
F1
L3
L2
L1
-
+
-A1
10
+
Konrad
Siegner
gepr. 14.07.99
Name
ME-I-PG-1.1
Prim.DC
gn
-V2
-V1
+
U<
rt
X2
01.04.99
Datum
bl
+SQ-T2:400V/2.1
+SQ-T2:0V/2.1
+ U>
U>Umax U<Umin
0,2A
0,2A
0,2A
X4
-
2
2
L2´
L1´
X1
+
Überst./ rt
2 X3
over current
1
1
+SQ
-A0
gez.
L2
L1
PE
ME-NF400/2.5
3
rt
-
-
-
-
-
-R7
bl
bl
bl
-T1
-T3
2
1
-A4
Merkle
Schweißanlagen-Technik GmbH
Industriestraße 3
D - 89359 Kötz
Telefon 08221 -915 - 0
Telefax 08221 - 32596
4
rt
2
br
3PH-400V/50Hz/PE
br
3
5
br
6
7
rt
2
4
3
2
1
3
1
8
2
4
2
Schweißstromkreis
1
-V9
-V8
1
-V6
3
4
3
4
-R8
3
4
3
4
+SQ
-Z2
Auftragsnr.
PU400DW
1
+SQ
-A5
-X11
bl
Projektbez.
1
2
-V10
1
2
-V7
X3
16
1
-A2
6
ME-I-PI-1.0
T-Prim.
- -V4
+
- -V3
+
T-Prim.
-V5
ME-I-RC-1.1
X1
br
4
5
br
1
br
rt
PE
Zeichnungsnr.
+SQ
-Z1
-X5
1 2 3 4
sw
ws
gr
gn
1 2 3 4
7
-
+
+
7
Blatt
1
Bl.
=
+ INV
Brenner/
torch
+SQ
-X1
Elektrode/
stick electrode
+SQ
-X2
Werkstück/
work piece
+SQ
-X3
+INV-A3-X10:4/2.3
+INV-A3-X10:3/2.3
+INV-A3-X10:2/2.3
+INV-A3-X10:1/2.3
+INV-A3-X7:1/2.5
+INV-A3-X7:3/2.5
+INV-A3-X12/2.4
+INV-A3-X4/2.6
8
Vervielfältigung oder Weitergabe nur mit unserer schriftlichen Genehmigung gestattet
Änderung
19w12-42V 1A
w2-0V
w2-9V
w1
-F2
Datum
-F3
Name
10
9
w5-0V
7
8
5
w9-18V
w9-0V
w10-9V
w11-0V
w11-9V
6
4
w8-0V
w10-0V
3
w8-18V
w7-0V
w7-18V
w6-0V
w6-9V
11
U
+INV
-R6
Siegner
gepr. 14.07.99
Name
Konrad
Datum
07.04.99
gez.
NTC-Trafo
U
+INV
-R5
NTC-IGBT
+INV
-F7
12
w5-9V
22
18
w3-37V
w3-42V
w4-18V
w4-0V
10A w3-0V
Gleichrichter/
rectifier
+SQ-A5-X1:1/1.7
+SQ-A5-X1:2/1.7
+SQ-A5-X1:3/1.7
+SQ-A5-X1:4/1.7
PE
22 w12-0V -F4
Plotdatum: 08.10.03
a
b
c
d
4A
sw1/sw2
-X4 PE
2.6
+INV-A3-X8:12
2.6
+INV-A3-X8:11
0/230V
sw 0V
4A
-F1
bl 0/230V
-X4 PE
+SQ-A0:L2´/1.2
+INV-A3-X9:2/2.6
+INV-A3-X9:1/2.6
sw
230V
sw 400V
1A
5A
1A
1A
2A
1A
1A
1A
1A
1A
+SQ-A0:L1´/1.2
3
2
sw
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
X5
ge
rt
ge
rt
X2
X10
X6
1
gn
16
ge
LT
rt
-15V
gn
Reg.
Spr.
PU500
I>0
intern
ext
Res
intern
-A3
Idyn
rt
bl
4
3
4
+
3
1
2
X7
U ist
Istat.
Idyn.
X1
Untersp./under voltage
Übersp./over voltage
Übertemp./over temp.
Störung/failure
1
1
-
gn
gn
rt
rt
rt
ge
I>0
Res.
Gas
X9
X14
X8
10
18
22
10
11
6
5
6
5
4
3
2
4
1
3
6
bl
sw
9
9
12
2
8
1
4
3
7
4
3
2
1
3
2
1
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
10
1
Steuerstromkreis
Wasserp./
pump
Lüfter/
fan
RES
I>0
HF
Gas
rt
rt
rt
rt
rt
rt
rt
rt
X4
34
rt
MAG TIG
I>0
Start
POL
T>50C°
WD.fehlt/no water pressure
ME-I-SD-1.1
+15V
gn
21
UeT
LI
UeI
+5V
gn
+15VP PWM-ON Istat
gn
X12
Merkle
Schweißanlagen-Technik GmbH
Industriestraße 3
D - 89359 Kötz
Telefon 08221 -915 - 0
Telefax 08221 - 32596
+INV-R8/1.6
+INV-X11:1/1.7
+SQ-X8:21/3.1
1
4
sw
1
5
bl
7
bl
6
8
rt
rt
9
1
2
3
1
gn
gr
ws
sw
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
+SQ-A8-X1:1/3.2
+SQ-A8-X1:2/3.2
+SQ-A8-X1:3/3.2
+SQ-A8-X1:4/3.2
+SQ-A6-X1:3/3.4
+SQ-A6-X1:4/3.4
sw
5
Lüfter/fan
4
Wasserp./pump
3
-F6
bl
br
-M5
PE
sw
Auftragsnr.
PU400DW
Projektbez.
-F8
sw
M
+SQ-T2:0/230V/2.1
+SQ-T2:230V/2.1
sw
2
sw
-T2
M
M
Zeichnungsnr.
Lüfter/ PE
fan
-M4
PE
+INV
-M3
+INV
-M2
Lüfter/ PE
fan
+SQ-T2:w12-0V/2.1
+SQ-T2:w12-42V/2.1
P
+OP2-X7:2/3.8
+OP2-X7:1/3.8
+SQ-X8:8/3.1
+SQ-X8:7/3.1
+INV-A1-X2/1.3
+SQ-A8-X2/3.4
+INV-A2-X3/1.6
7
PE
bl
1
M
8
PE
-M6
+INV
-X5
Pumpe/
pump
br
7
Blatt
=
+ SQ
Bl.
2
-X4 PE
M
schw
Vervielfältigung oder Weitergabe nur mit unserer schriftlichen Genehmigung gestattet
24
9
Änderung
10
23
4
3
17
Datum
21
Plotdatum: 08.10.03
a
b
c
d
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
14
16
Name
1
2
1
10
T/A
T/A
T/A
A/T
C1
C2
C3
C4
R1
R2
R3
R4
16
X2
1
1
Freigabe/
enable
gn
on
Siegner
X9
X4
B
A
GND
X3
Energy
2
1
26
-
core
-A6
3
X7
4
5
6
1 9
X8
1
X5
-A9
X11
1
JP2
1
X13
X2
X12
UO
Im
IO
+SQ-A10-X1/4.5
Um
X10
34
1
1
X15
C1 only at DV30
C1 nur bei DV 30/
-C1
ME-MTC/M-2.00
X13
10
6
5
4
3
2
1
Merkle
Schweißanlagen-Technik GmbH
Industriestraße 3
D - 89359 Kötz
Telefon 08221 -915 - 0
Telefax 08221 - 32596
X14
1
+INV-A3-X1/2.5
6
5
4
3
2
1
X1
+
TACHO
42V/AC
+
ANKER/
4
ME-2QR-24/42-2.1C
Bremsen/
brake
ge
-A12
ME-MTC-1.2
-A8
Korrektur/trim
gepr. 14.07.99
Name
20
1
2
3
4
X6
10
19
3
ME-2QR/DIP-1.0
Taster Draht/button wire feed
+5V
X1
1
GND
Konrad
Datum
3
2
1
4
3
5
4
14
9
6
5
17
11
7
8
1
2
3
6
7
1
4
12
16
9
10 2
11 3
12 4
X3
enable
07.04.99
gez.
+INV-A3-X7:4/2.4
+SQ-T2:w5-0V/2.1
+SQ-T2:w5-9V/2.1
+SQ-T2:w4-0V/2.1
+SQ-T2:w4-18V/2.1
+5V
U Soll
+15V
20
2 Freigabe/
3
ext. Absenken
auf Wunsch
+INV-A3-X8:4/2.6
+INV-A3-X8:3/2.6
4
5
6
26
-15V
25
max
min
1
12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
-X8
11
11
2
1
1
1
5
22
18
6
25
26
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
X2
X1
10
X1
X3
1
10
22
5
4
3
8
2
7
1
6
12
11
10
9
A2
2
.8
.8
12
Projektbez.
Auftragsnr.
PU400DW
Zeichnungsnr.
+INV-F7/2.2
+INV-A3-X6:7/2.3
.7
13
+OP2
-K1
+INV-A3-X6:8/2.3
+INV-A3-X5:8/2.3
Hand/Automatik
5
11
9
4
3
3
19
1
2
10
14
JP1
7
Blatt
3
Bl.
10
6
=
+ SQ
.7
+OP2
-K1
6
5
1
23
+OP2
-X7
9
A1
-
0
+
X4
>3m
8
2
+OP2
-S1
rt
gn
rt
Freigabe/
enable
+OP1
-A12
1
1A-träge/
slow
rt
ME-PPMR-2.1
+OP1
-A7
Option: Automatenanschluß/
machine welding connection
+SQ-T2:w12-0V/2.1
7
Option: Push-Pull-Anschluß/
remote control
ME-PPMR/AN 2.0
1
JP2
+OP2
-K1
+SQ-T2:w12-42V/2.1
+SQ-X8:10/3.1
+SQ-X8:9/3.1
+INV-A3-X8:8/2.6
+INV-A3-X8:7/2.6
23
24
22
+SQ-T2:w3-0V/2.1
+SQ-T2:w3-42V/2.1
Steuerstromkreis
PU500
PU400
PU250
RES.
12
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Änderung
Datum
Plotdatum: 08.10.03
a
b
c
d
1
Name
JP1
Siegner
gepr. 14.07.99
Name
Konrad
Datum
07.04.99
gez.
ME-MF-1.3
Störung/
failure
Hold
+INV
-A10
Übertemp./
over temp.
Netz/
mains
2
P4
Absenkzeit/
down slope
3
P1
Schalter/switch
S1 -S6
1 = extern
2 = intern
P2
Rückbrand/
burn back
Merkle
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Industriestraße 3
D - 89359 Kötz
Telefon 08221 -915 - 0
Telefax 08221 - 32596
A
Gas Test
V
m/min
mm
P3
Endstrom/
Startstrom/
final current start current
4
S2
2
1
1
3.Spec.
2.Spec.
1.Spec.
1.0
0.8
0.6
Festprg.
SG 2+3
SG 2+3
CrNi
AL-MG
S-4Takt
4-Takt
S5
TEDAC
20
2-Takt
X1
6
Poti
Elektrode
MIG/MAG
2
1
Frontplatine
S3
5
2
1
2
1
2
1
S2
S1
AL99
ALSi
Punkten
Auftragsnr.
PU400DW
Tig
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Zeichnungsnr.
Intervall
El-Hochstart
Projektbez.
S1
S4
P5
Schweißzeit
X2
+SQ-A8-X3/3.3
7
8
7
Blatt
=
+ SQ
4
Bl.
Vervielfältigung oder Weitergabe nur mit unserer schriftlichen Genehmigung gestattet
Änderung
Name
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Konrad
Siegner
07.04.99
gepr. 14.07.99
Name
14
14
14
Datum
13
13
13
gez.
12
12
12
Datum
11
11
11
24
23
21
18
17
15
14
12
11
10
9
8
7
4
-S3
16
-S2
13
2
2
3
1
3
1
+
G
=
M
=
-
S
-R2
S
Korrektur/
trim
-R1
Energy
-Y1
-M1
+
5
-
A
E
A
E
DV-Kasten
DV-Gerät DV-30
wire feeder
Taster Draht/
botton wire feed
-S4
-X12 1
Merkle
Schweißanlagen-Technik GmbH
Industriestraße 3
D - 89359 Kötz
Telefon 08221 -915 - 0
Telefax 08221 - 32596
-X9
10
10
10
+VB
-X9
9
7
7
7
9
6
6
6
9
5
5
5
8
4
4
4
8
3
3
3
8
2
2
2
3
1
VB-Kabel/
connection cable
2
1
+VB
-X1
1
Plotdatum: 08.10.03
a
b
c
d
+VB
-X8
1
6
B
A
K
J
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
BT.
M
=
PP-Motor
Auftragsnr.
PU400DW
S
A
E
A
E
Zeichnungsnr.
M
=
Korrektur/
trim
S
Energy
BT.
+
8
A
B
7
Blatt
=
+ DV
Zentralanschluß
(Ansicht Maschinenfront)
EURO connector
(front view)
-
+OP3
-M7
Motor für Option:
DV-25
Option:
PP-und Fernregleranschluß/
remote control
Projektbez.
+OP1
-X10
-X6
+
4
3
2
1
+DV
-X9
7
5
Bl.
Vervielfältigung oder Weitergabe nur mit unserer schriftlichen Genehmigung gestattet
1
1
0
3
4
1
0
0
0
230
470
6
7
8
2
221
100
49,9
11
12
DV-25
DV-30
DV-30
Reglerbeschaltung
DV-30
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
Änderung
Datum
Name
gepr.
gez.
Datum
09.07.03
Name
Konrad
4
Merkle
Schweißanlagen-Technik GmbH
Industriestraße 3
D - 89359 Kötz
Telefon 08221 -915 - 0
Telefax 08221 - 32596
ohne Tacho mit Tacho GP 76.40 GNM 4175- GR 63 X55
SR6TG
G 10.9-T13
1
0
0
0
0
DV-25
3
Wenn beim Drehzahleinstellen auf dem ME-2QR24/42-2.1C
die gelbe Brems-LED flackert Max. Trimmer auf Mitte stellen
erst dann Min und Max Drehzahl wiederholt einstellen.
499
9
10
Reglerb.R(kOhm)
47
100
5
Reglerb.C(nF)
1
2
Typ
Plotdatum: 08.10.03
a
b
c
d
Regelung
Anker Tacho
1
S1
1
Reglerabgleich ME-2QR24/42-2.1C
Reglerabgleich
5
6
Projektbez.
Auftragsnr.
PU400DW
Zeichnungsnr.
7
8
7
Blatt
=
+
7
Bl.
MTC-2
MTC-MP-2.X
Datum
PU400-1.X
Datum
48
JP2
nur bei PU250
ME-MTC/M-2.X
M8 M7 M6 M5 M4 M3 M2 M1 M0
PU400:Anordnung der Eproms auf Platine ME-MTC-1.2
JP1
Layout pcb MTC 1.2/ PU 400
19.3 Spare Part List PU 520 DW
electr.
-A0
-A1
-A2
-A3
-A4
description
part no.
-A9
Pcb ME-EMV-1.1
Pcb ME-I-SD / 1.1B
Pcb ME-I-SD/K-1.2
Pcb ME-MTC-1.2
Pcb ME-MTC/M 2.0
E-Prom MTC-MP-1.X
E-Prom PU 500-1.X
Pcb ME-MTC/MF-1.3
Pcb ME-2QR-24/42-2.1C
Pcb ME-PPMR-2.1
(Option PP-control)
Pcb ME-PPMR/AN-2.0
(Option PP-control)
LEM-current transformer
010.0.1615
-C1
-C2
Capacitor 0,1uF 1000 V
Capacitor 6 uF, 420V/AC-Lüfter
001.0.0415
001.0.0425
-F1
-F2
-F3
-F4
-F5
-F6
-F7
-F8
-F9
Fuse 4 A, slow
Fuse 4 A, slow
Fuse 10 A slow
Fuse 1 A
Thermic switch 112 °C (open)
Thermic switch 80°C (open)
Thermic switch 80°C (open)
Sensor over current 1,4 A
Pressure switch-membran 0,5 bar
003.0.1251
003.0.1251
003.0.1199
003.0.1212
001.0.0408
001.0.0406
001.0.0406
003.0.0320
004.0.0204
-K1
Relais 48VAC (option machine welding)
Relais support (option machine welding)
010.0.1961
010.0.1962
-L1
Choke PU 500
001.0.1624
-M1
-M2
-M3
Motor-straight 200 rpm w. tacho (DV 30) GR63X55
Fan 230V
Water pump 230VAC
109.702
001.0.1301
004.0.0530
-Q1
Main switch HLT 40
001.0.0014
-R1
-R2
-R3
Poti 10 kΩ-energy
Poti 10 kΩ-voltage trim
Resistor 180 Ω 100 W
001.0.0545
001.0.0545
020.1.1099
-A5
-A6
-A7
-A8
003.0.0070
003.0.0003
003.0.0020
003.1.0042
100.198
003.0.0383
003.0.0384
003.1.0001
003.0.0046
003.0.0493
003.0.0485
49
electr.
description
part no.
R4
R5
NTC - 100 kΩ - transformer
NTC - 47 kΩ - transistor cascade
010.0.1933
S1
S2
S3
S4
switch 2-pole (option machine welding)
switch 2-pole remote control energy (option)
switch 2-pol. remote control arc length (option)
button - wire feed
003.0.0900
003.0.0900
003.0.0900
010.0.0325
T1
T2
main transformer PU 520
control transformer MT 400-500/2
prim.: 400V/230V/42V/9V
sec. : 37-42V/18V/9V/9V
18V/18V/18V/9V/9V
001.0.1615
003.0.0242
V1
V2
rectifier
transistor cascade
001.0.0227
001.0.0268
X1
X1
X2
X3
X5
Dinse-bush 70/95mm² 500A
Socket DIX SE 70/95
Dinse-bush 70/95mm² 500A
Dinse-bush 70/95mm² 500A
plug 5-pol.
001.0.1102
012.0.1508
001.0.1102
001.0.1102
017.0.0617
X6
X7
X8
X8
X9
X9
X10
Euroconnector
connector 6 -pol. pin connection for automated welding (option)
connector 24-pol. socket wire feeder connection
connector 24-pol. pin wire feeder connection
connector 24 -pol. pin connection inside the wire feeder
connector 24 -pol. socket connection inside the wire feeder
connector 10-pol. remote control and
push-pull connection (option)
plug 10-pol.
strain relief
012.0.0287
015.0.0102
015.0.0501
015.0.0502
015.0.0502
015.0.0501
021.1.0386
021.1.0383
021.1.0388
Y1
gas valve 42VAC
002.0.1602
Z1
Z2
Protection device
Protection device
100.894
003.0.0334
19.4 wiring diagram PU 520
50
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T1 T2 T3
L1 L2 L3
L1 L2 L3
Datum
Plotdatum: 08.10.03
a
EMV-Filter
30.05.00
b ME-NF400/2.5 13.12.01
c
d
Änderung
-Q1
3PH-400V/50Hz/PE
1
sw
PE
Konrad
Konrad
Name
-X4
PE
PE
Siegner
L3´
L3
gepr. 14.07.99
Name
- A 1 0 L2´
ME-NF400/2.5
-A0
3
L2
PE
Konrad
Datum
~
~
~
-T1
01.04.99
gez.
bl
PE
ME-EMV-1.3
L3
L2
L1
-X4 PE
bn
380V
400V
440V
0V
380V
400V
440V
380V
400V
440V
sw
2
bn
gr
E-
E+
EMITTER
K-
K+
+SQ-T2:0V/2.1
+SQ-T2:400V/2.1
-V2
Merkle
Schweißanlagen-Technik GmbH
Industriestraße 3
D - 89359 Kötz
Telefon 08221 -915 - 0
Telefax 08221 - 32596
-V1
4
S
6
A-
A+
-A9
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
Auftragsnr.
PU520DW
Projektbez.
+SQ-A2-X3:4/2.4
+SQ-A2-X3:2/2.4
Kaskade/
cascade
Schweißstromkreis
G
5
+SQ-A1-X7:1/2.5
8
-Z2
+
+
-
7
Blatt
=
+ SQ
Werkstück/
work piece
-X3
Bl.
1
Elektrode/
stick electrode
-X2
-X1
Brenner/
torch
+SQ-A1-X10:4/2.3
+SQ-A1-X10:3/2.3
+SQ-A1-X10:2/2.3
+SQ-A1-X10:1/2.3
+SQ-A1-X7:3/2.5
Zeichnungsnr.
-Z1
-L1
sw
ws
gr
gn
rt
bl
7
Vervielfältigung oder Weitergabe nur mit unserer schriftlichen Genehmigung gestattet
Änderung
-F2
-F4
-F3
9
w5-0V
9
Name
U
-R4
7
Siegner
gepr. 14.07.99
Name
Konrad
Datum
07.04.99
gez.
NTC-Trafo
U
-R5
NTC-Kaskade
-F7
Kaskade/
cascade
w11-0V
w11-9V
10
-F6
Datum
5
w10-9V
11
-F5
7
8
w9-0V
12
Trafo
7
7
w9-18V
6
4
w8-0V
w10-0V
3
w8-18V
w7-0V
w7-18V
w6-0V
w6-9V
10
w5-9V
12
11
30
29
w3-37V
w3-42V
w4-18V
w4-0V
10A w3-0V
Gleichrichter/
rectifier
+SQ-A9-X1:1/1.7
+SQ-A9-X1:2/1.7
+SQ-A9-X1:3/1.7
+SQ-A9-X1:4/1.7
PE
-T2
w1
w12-42V 1A
w2-0V
w2-9V
22 w12-0V
Plotdatum: 08.10.03
a
b
c
d
4A
sw1/sw2
-X4 PE
2.6
+SQ-A1-X8:12
2.6
+SQ-A1-X8:11
0/230V
bn 0V
bl
4A
-F1
0/230V
230V
gr 400V
18
-X4 PE
+SQ-A10:L3´/1.3
+SQ-A1-X9:2/2.6
+SQ-A1-X9:1/2.6
+SQ-A10:L2´/1.3
1A
5A
1A
1A
2A
1A
1A
1A
1A
1A
7
7
7
2
3
sw
1
2
4
sw
5
6
7
8
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
X12
16 1
2
X5
ge
rt
ge
rt
X2
X10
X6
gn
ge
2
3
LT
rt
-A2
6
Reg.
Spr.
6
PU500
I>0
intern
ext
Res
intern
-A1
-15V
gn
5
Idyn
rt
4
rt
bl
4
3
4
+
3
1
2
X7
U ist
1
2
Istat.
Idyn.
X1
Störung/failure
1
Übersp./over voltage
Übertemp./over temp.
2
1
-
gn
gn
rt
rt
rt
ge
I>0
HF
Gas
4
5
X9
X14
6
5
4
3
2
1
3
2
1
6
5
4
3
2
1
3
1
6
-F8
3
-X4 PE
sw
3
22
12
18
11
12
X8
10
9
10
8
11
9
7
9
4
3
8
7
6
3
4
3
2
1
7
5
10
10 pol.
Steuerstromkreis
Wasserp./
pump
Lüfter/
fan
RES
I>0
HF
Gas
rt
rt
rt
rt
rt
rt
rt
rt
X4
34
rt
MAG TIG
I>0
Start
POL
T>50C°
WD.fehlt/no water pressure
Untersp./under voltage
X3A
1
ME-I-SD-1.1
+15V
gn
21
UeT
LI
UeI
+5V
gn
4
X3
+15VP PWM-ON Istat
gn
X1
ME-I-SD/K-1.2
1
1
sw
Merkle
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Industriestraße 3
D - 89359 Kötz
Telefon 08221 -915 - 0
Telefax 08221 - 32596
+SQ-V2:A-/1.4
+SQ-V2:A+/1.4
+SQ-X8:21/3.1
1
1
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
+SQ-A3-X1:1/3.2
+SQ-A3-X1:2/3.2
+SQ-A3-X1:3/3.2
+SQ-A3-X1:4/3.2
+SQ-A6-X1:4/3.4
+SQ-A6-X1:3/3.4
13
5
Wasserp./pump
4
Lüfter/fan
15
2
5
2
4
1
3
-X5
5
2
4
1
3
bl
sw
-F9
Auftragsnr.
PU520DW
Projektbez.
bl
br
-R3
1
+SQ-T2:0/230V/2.1
+SQ-T2:230V/2.1
Zeichnungsnr.
PE
M
bl
Pumpe/ PE
pump
-M3
+SQ-T2:w12-0V/2.1
+SQ-T2:w12-42V/2.1
P
+OP2-X7:2/3.8
+OP2-X7:1/3.8
+SQ-X8:8/3.1
+SQ-X8:7/3.1
+SQ-A3-X2/3.4
+SQ-V2:G/1.4
+SQ-V2:S/1.4
7
bl
3
br
2
schw
1
8
M
schw
7
Blatt
2
Bl.
fan
Lüfter/
-M2
-C2
=
+ SQ
br
Vervielfältigung oder Weitergabe nur mit unserer schriftlichen Genehmigung gestattet
10
Änderung
24
4
3
19
20
26
25
17
Datum
23
14
11
Plotdatum: 08.10.03
a
b
c
d
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
9
12
21
16
Name
6
5
4
3
2
5
4
3
2
1
X3
enable
T/A
T/A
T/A
A/T
C1
C2
C3
C4
R1
R2
R3
R4
16
1
2
Siegner
X9
X4
B
A
GND
X3
Energy
3
X7
4
1
26
-A6
5
6
1 9
X8
1
1
6
5
X5
20
4
-A4
X11
1
6
19
JP2
1
X13
X2
-C1
29
3
5
30
26
2
1
25
X12
Um
Im
IO
X10
34
1
26
1
X15
25
5
29
30
6
3
23
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
X2
X1
10
X1
X3
1
10
2
3
4
3
8
2
7
1
6
5
22
12
11
10
9
A2
.8
.8
Projektbez.
Auftragsnr.
PU520DW
Zeichnungsnr.
+SQ-F9/2.7
+SQ-A2-X3:6/2.5
.7
+OP2
-K1
+SQ-A2-X3:1/2.4
+SQ-A1-X8:9/2.6
Hand/Automatik
5
9
JP1
7
Blatt
3
Bl.
10
6
=
+ SQ
.7
+OP2
-K1
6
5
+OP2
-S1
4
3
23
2
10
18
1
+OP2
-X7
9
1
-
0
+
X4
>3m
8
2
A1
rt
gn
rt
Freigabe/
enable
+OP1
-A8
1
1A-träge/
slow
rt
+OP1
-A7
ME-PPMR-2.1
Option: Automatenanschluß/
machine welding connection
+SQ-T2:w12-0V/2.1
7
Option: Push-Pull-Anschluß/
connection
ME-PPMR/AN 2.0
1
JP2
+OP2
-K1
+SQ-T2:w12-42V/2.1
+SQ-X8:10/3.1
+SQ-X8:9/3.1
+SQ-A1-X8:8/2.6
+SQ-A1-X8:7/2.6
1
2
4
24
5
6
+SQ-T2:w3-0V/2.1
+SQ-T2:w3-42V/2.1
Steuerstromkreis
+SQ-A5-X1/4.5
UO
ME-MTC/M-2.00
X13
10
X1
+
TACHO
4
3
2
1
Merkle
Schweißanlagen-Technik GmbH
Industriestraße 3
D - 89359 Kötz
Telefon 08221 -915 - 0
Telefax 08221 - 32596
X14
ME-MTC-1.2
-A3
-
core
42V/AC
+
ANKER/
4
ME-2QR-24/42-2.1C
Bremsen/
brake
ge
-A11
+SQ-A1-X1/2.5
1
Freigabe/
enable
X2
12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Korrektur/trim
gepr. 14.07.99
Name
X6
10
on
gn
3
ME-2QR/DIP-1.0
Taster Draht/button wire feed
+5V
X1
1
GND
20
1
2
3
4
1
7
8
1
2
3
6
7
1
4
1
Konrad
Datum
9
10 2
11 3
12 4
+5V
U Soll
+15V
-15V
2 Freigabe/
3
4
5
6
07.04.99
gez.
+SQ-A1-X7:4/2.4
+SQ-T2:w5-0V/2.1
+SQ-T2:w5-9V/2.1
+SQ-T2:w4-0V/2.1
+SQ-T2:w4-18V/2.1
+SQ-A1-X8:4/2.6
+SQ-A1-X8:3/2.6
max
min
-X8
2
1
1
1
PU500
PU400
PU250
RES.
Vervielfältigung oder Weitergabe nur mit unserer schriftlichen Genehmigung gestattet
Änderung
Datum
Plotdatum: 08.10.03
a
b
c
d
1
Name
Hold
-A5
JP1
Siegner
gepr. 14.07.99
Name
Konrad
Datum
07.04.99
gez.
ME-MF-1.3
Störung/
failure
Übertemp./
over temp.
Netz/
mains
2
P4
Absenkzeit/
down slope
3
P1
Schalter/switch
S1 -S6
1 = extern
2 = intern
P2
Rückbrand/
burn back
Merkle
Schweißanlagen-Technik GmbH
Industriestraße 3
D - 89359 Kötz
Telefon 08221 -915 - 0
Telefax 08221 - 32596
A
Gas Test
V
m/min
mm
P3
Endstrom/
Startstrom/
final current start current
4
S2
2
1
1
3.Spec.
2.Spec.
1.Spec.
1.0
0.8
0.6
Festprg.
SG 2+3
SG 2+3
CrNi
AL-MG
S-4Takt
4-Takt
S5
TEDAC
20
2-Takt
X1
6
Poti
Elektrode
MIG/MAG
2
1
Frontplatine
S3
5
2
1
2
1
2
1
S2
S1
AL99
ALSi
Punkten
Auftragsnr.
PU520DW
Tig
X2
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
+SQ-A3-X3/3.3
Zeichnungsnr.
Intervall
El-Hochstart
Projektbez.
S1
S4
P5
Schweißzeit
7
8
7
Blatt
=
+ SQ
4
Bl.
Vervielfältigung oder Weitergabe nur mit unserer schriftlichen Genehmigung gestattet
Änderung
3
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Konrad
Siegner
07.04.99
gepr. 14.07.99
Name
16
16
16
Datum
15
15
15
gez.
14
14
14
Name
13
13
13
Datum
12
12
12
24
23
21
18
17
15
14
12
4
-S4
Taster Draht/
3
1
3
+
G
=
M
=
-
S
-R2
S
Korrektur/
trim
-R1
Energy
10
9
-Y1
-M1
+
5
-
A
E
A
E
DV-Kasten
DV-Gerät DV-30/wire feeder
2
+OP1
-S3
16
2
+OP1
-S2
1
button wire feed
13
11
8
7
-X11 1
Merkle
Schweißanlagen-Technik GmbH
Industriestraße 3
D - 89359 Kötz
Telefon 08221 -915 - 0
Telefax 08221 - 32596
-X9
11
11
11
+VB
-X9
10
10
10
7
7
7
9
6
6
6
9
5
5
5
9
4
4
4
8
3
3
3
8
2
2
2
8
1
VB-Kabel/connection cable
2
1
+VB
-X1
1
Plotdatum: 08.10.03
a
b
c
d
+VB
-X8
1
6
B
A
K
J
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
BT.
S
A
E
A
E
PP-Motor
Auftragsnr.
PU520DW
Zeichnungsnr.
M
=
Korrektur/trim
S
Energy
BT.
8
A
B
7
Blatt
=
+ DV
Zentralanschluß
EURO connector
(Ansicht Maschinenfront)
(front view)
Option:
PP-und Fernregleranschluß
PP-and remote control
Projektbez.
+OP1
-X10
-X6
+
7
5
Bl.
Vervielfältigung oder Weitergabe nur mit unserer schriftlichen Genehmigung gestattet
1
0
3
4
1
0
0
0
230
470
6
7
8
100
49,9
11
12
DV-25
DV-30
DV-30
Reglerbeschaltung
DV-30
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
ohne Tacho mit Tacho GP 76.40 GNM 4175- GR 63 X55
SR6TG
G 10.9-T13
1
0
0
0
0
DV-25
3
Änderung
Datum
Name
gepr.
gez.
09.07.03
Datum
Konrad
Name
4
Merkle
Schweißanlagen-Technik GmbH
Industriestraße 3
D - 89359 Kötz
Telefon 08221 -915 - 0
Telefax 08221 - 32596
Wenn beim Drehzahleinstellen auf dem ME-2QR24/42-2.1C
die gelbe Brems-LED flackert Max. Trimmer auf Mitte stellen
erst dann Min und Max Drehzahl wiederholt einstellen.
221
499
10
9
Reglerb.R(kOhm)
47
100
5
Plotdatum: 08.10.03
a
b
c
d
1
Reglerb.C(nF)
1
2
Typ
Anker Tacho
1
S1
2
Reglerabgleich ME-2QR24/42-2.1C
Regelung
1
Reglerabgleich
5
6
Projektbez.
Auftragsnr.
PU520DW
Zeichnungsnr.
7
8
7
Blatt
=
+
9
Bl.
20 Stored programs PU 520
EPROM
PU520
1.73
Programs MIG/MAG
date:
26.04.00
PrgNr.
material.
gas
diam. 0,8 diam. 1,0 diam. 1,2 diam. 1,6 1 Spezial 2 Spezial
1
SG 2+3
82 Ar/18 Co2
*
*
*
*
2
SG 2+3
100 Co2
*
*
*
*
3
Cr-Ni
97,5 Ar/ 2,5 Co2
*
*
*
*
4
Al-Mg 3-5
99,996 Ar
*
*
*
5
Al-Si 5
99,996 Ar
*
*
*
6 Al-Mg 4,5 Mn
99,996 Ar
*
*
7
SG 2+3 HLS
HLS-Gas
*
8
9
Fluxofil 31
82 Ar/18 Co2
*
*
10
11
12
Programs Pulse
PrgNr.
material
gas
diam. 0,8 diam. 1,0 diam. 1,2 diam. 1,6 1 Spezial 2 Spezial
1
SG 2+3
82 Ar/18 Co2
*
*
*
*
2
SG 2+3
82 Ar/18 Co2
*
3
Cr-Ni
97,5 Ar/ 2,5 Co2
*
*
*
*
4
Al-Mg 3-5
99,996 Ar
*
*
*
*
5
Al-Si 5
99,996 Ar
*
*
*
*
6 Al-Mg 4,5 Mn
99,996 Ar
*
*
*
7
8
9
Fluxofil 31
82 Ar/18 CO2
*
*
10
Cu-Al 8
99,996 Ar
*
*
*
*
11
12
57
MTC-2
MTC-MP-2.X
Datum
PU520-1.X
Datum
58
JP2
nur bei PU250
ME-MTC/M-2.X
M8 M7 M6 M5 M4 M3 M2 M1 M0
PU520:Anordnung der Eproms auf Platine ME-MTC-1.2
JP1
Layout pcb MTC 1.2/ PU 500/520
21 EU-Conformity Attestation PU 400 DW
EU – Conformity Attestation
Description of the unit:
Synergic Pulse Welding Unit
Model:
PU 400 DW
The above mentionned unit complies with the following European Regulations:
EU-Low Voltage Regulation 73/23/EWG
EU-Electromagnetic Compatibility 89/336/EWG
In case of any modifications, incorrect repairs not exclusively authorized by Merkle, this
attestation looses its valdity.
Applied norms
EN 60974 - 1 / IEC 974 - 1 / VDE 0544 part 1
EN 60204 - 1 / IEC 204 - 1 / VDE 0113 part 1
EN 50199
Kötz, December 20th, 1995
Wilhelm Merkle, Generalmanager
Merkle Schweißanlagen-Technik GmbH
59
22 EU-Conformity Attestation PU 520 DW
EU – Conformity Attestation
Description of the unit:
Synergic Pulse Welding Unit
Model:
PU 520 DW
The above mentionned unit complies with the following European Regulations:
EU-Low Voltage Regulation 73/23/EWG
EU-Electromagnetic Compatibility 89/336/EWG
In case of any modifications, incorrect repairs not exclusively authorized by Merkle, this
attestation looses its valdity.
Applied norms
EN 60974 - 1 / IEC 974 - 1 / VDE 0544 part 1
EN 60204 - 1 / IEC 204 - 1 / VDE 0113 part 1
EN 50199
Kötz, January 21th, 1999
Wilhelm Merkle, Generalmanager
Merkle Schweißanlagen-Technik GmbH
60
Notes:
61
MERKLE
Schweissanlagen-Technik GmbH
MERKLE
Schweissanlagen-Technik GmbH
Industriestrasse 3
D-89359 Koetz, Germany
Tel.: ++49-8221-915-0
Fax: ++49-8221-915-40
www.merkle.de
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Oktober 28th. 2003
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