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ESAB ET 300iP User manual
ET 300iP
Welding power source TIG 300 A
Instruction manual
0463 418 001 US 20171016
Valid for: 721-, 742-xxx-xxxx
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY .........................................................................................................
4
1.1
Meaning of symbols .................................................................................
4
1.2
Safety precautions ...................................................................................
4
1.3
User responsibility ...................................................................................
8
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................
11
2.1
Overview ...................................................................................................
11
2.2
Equipment .................................................................................................
11
3
TECHNICAL DATA ........................................................................................
12
4
INSTALLATION..............................................................................................
14
4.1
Location.....................................................................................................
14
4.2
Lifting instructions ...................................................................................
14
4.3
Main supply...............................................................................................
15
4.4
Recommended fuse sizes and minimum cable area ............................
18
OPERATION ..................................................................................................
19
5.1
Overview ...................................................................................................
19
5.2
Connections and control devices ...........................................................
19
5.3
TIG welding ...............................................................................................
20
5.4
MMA welding.............................................................................................
20
5.5
Connecting welding and return cables ..................................................
20
5.6
Turning the power on/off .........................................................................
20
5.7
Connect to cooler EC 1000 ......................................................................
21
5.8
Fan control ................................................................................................
21
5.9
Thermal protection ...................................................................................
21
5.10
Voltage reducing device (VRD) ...............................................................
22
5.11
Remote control .........................................................................................
22
5.12
USB connection........................................................................................
22
CONTROL PANEL.........................................................................................
23
6.1
ET 300iP ....................................................................................................
23
Navigation ..............................................................................................
24
TIG settings...............................................................................................
25
6.2.1
Hidden TIG functions..............................................................................
26
6.2.2
Measured values ....................................................................................
26
TIG functions explanation .......................................................................
26
Foot pedal functions explanation............................................................
28
MMA settings ............................................................................................
30
6.4.1
Hidden MMA functions ...........................................................................
30
6.4.2
Measured values ....................................................................................
26
MMA functions explanation.....................................................................
31
MAINTENANCE .............................................................................................
32
7.1
32
1
2
5
6
6.1.1
6.2
6.3
6.3.1
6.4
6.5
7
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7.2
Cleaning instructions...............................................................................
32
8
TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................................................................
36
9
ERROR CODES.............................................................................................
37
9.1
Error code descriptions ...........................................................................
37
ORDERING SPARE PARTS ..........................................................................
39
DIAGRAM .............................................................................................................
40
ORDERING NUMBERS ........................................................................................
41
ACCESSORIES ....................................................................................................
42
10
Rights reserved to alter specifications without notice.
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1
SAFETY
1.1
Meaning of symbols
As used throughout this manual: Means Attention! Be Alert!
DANGER!
Means immediate hazards which, if not avoided, will result in immediate,
serious personal injury or loss of life.
WARNING!
Means potential hazards which could result in personal injury or loss of
life.
CAUTION!
Means hazards which could result in minor personal injury.
WARNING!
Before use, read and understand the instruction manual
and follow all labels, employer's safety practices and Safety
Data Sheets (SDSs).
1.2
Safety precautions
WARNING!
These Safety Precautions are for your protection. They summarise precautionary
information from the references listed in the Additional Safety Information section.
Before performing any installation or operating procedures, be sure to read and
follow the safety precautions listed below as well as all other manuals, material
safety data sheets, labels, etc. Failure to observe the Safety Precautions could
result in injury or death.
PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS
Some welding, cutting and gouging processes are noisy and require
hearing protection. The arc, like the sun, emits ultraviolet (UV) and
other radiation and can injure the skin and eyes. Hot metal can cause
burns. Training in the proper use of the processes and equipment is
essential to prevent accidents. Therefore:
1.
2.
3.
Wear a welding helmet fitted with a proper shade of filter to protect your face and eyes
when welding or watching.
Always wear safety glasses with side shields in any work area, even if welding
helmets, face shields and goggles are also required.
Use a face shield fitted with the correct filter and cover plates to protect your eyes,
face, neck and ears from sparks and rays of the arc when operating or observing
operations. Warn bystanders not to look at the arc and not to expose themselves to
the rays of the electric-arc or hot metal.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
Wear flameproof gauntlet-type gloves, heavy long-sleeve shirt, cuffless pants,
high-topped shoes, and a welding helmet or cap for protection, to protect against arc
rays and hot sparks or hot metal. A flameproof apron may also be desirable as
protection against radiated heat and sparks.
Hot sparks or metal can lodge in rolled up sleeves, trouser cuffs, or pockets. Sleeves
and collars should be kept buttoned and open pockets eliminated from the front of the
clothing.
Protect other personnel from arc rays and hot sparks with a suitable non-flammable
partition or curtains.
Use goggles over safety glasses when chipping slag or grinding. Chipped slag may be
hot and can fly for long distances. Bystanders should also wear goggles over safety
glasses.
FIRES AND EXPLOSIONS
The heat from flames and arcs can start fires. Hot slag or sparks can
also cause fires and explosions. Therefore:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Protect yourself and others from flying sparks and hot metal.
Move all combustible materials well away from the work area or cover the materials
with a protective non-flammable covering. Combustible materials include wood, cloth,
sawdust, liquid and gas fuels, solvents, paints, and coating paper, etc.
Hot sparks or hot metal can fall through cracks or crevices in floors or wall openings
and cause a hidden smoldering fire or fires on the floor below. Make certain that such
openings are protected from hot sparks and metal.
Do not weld, cut, or perform other hot work until the work piece has been completely
cleaned so that there are no substances on the work piece which might produce
flammable or toxic vapors. Do not perform hot work on closed containers, they may
explode.
Have fire extinguishing equipment handy for instant use, such as a garden hose,
water pail, sand bucket, or portable fire extinguisher. Be sure you are trained in its
use.
Do not use equipment beyond its ratings. For example, an overloaded welding cable
can overheat and create a fire hazard.
After completing work, inspect the work area to make sure there are no hot sparks or
hot metal that could cause a fire later. Use fire watchers when necessary.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
Contact between live electrical parts and earth can cause severe injury
or death. DO NOT use AC welding current in damp areas, if movement
is confined, or if there is danger of falling. Therefore:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Be sure the power source frame (chassis) is connected to the earth system of the
input power.
Connect the workpiece to a good electrical earth.
Connect the work cable to the workpiece. A poor or missing connection can expose
you or others to a fatal shock.
Use well-maintained equipment. Replace worn or damaged cables.
Keep everything dry, including clothing, work area, cables, torch/electrode holder and
power source.
Make sure that all parts of your body are insulated from both the work piece and from
the ground.
Do not stand directly on metal or the ground while working in tight quarters or a damp
area; stand on dry boards or an insulating platform and wear rubber-soled shoes.
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8. Put on dry, hole-free gloves before turning on the power.
9. Turn off the power, before removing your gloves.
10. Refer to ANSI/ASC Standard Z49.1 for specific grounding recommendations. Do not
mistake the work lead for a earth cable.
ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS
May be dangerous. Electric current flowing through any conductor
causes localised Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMF). Welding and
cutting current creates EMF around welding cables and welding
machines. Therefore:
1.
2.
3.
Welders with pacemakers fitted should consult their doctor before welding. EMF may
interfere with some pacemakers.
Exposure to EMF may have other health effects which are unknown.
Welders should use the following procedures to minimise exposure to EMF:
a) Route the electrode and work cables together. Secure them with tape when
possible.
b) Never coil the torch or work cable around your body.
c) Do not place your body between the torch and work cables. Route cables on
the same side of your body.
d) Connect the work cable to the workpiece as close as possible to the area being
welded.
e) Keep the welding power source and cables as far away from your body as
possible.
FUMES AND GASES
Fumes and gases, can cause discomfort or harm, particularly in
confined spaces. Shielding gases can cause asphyxiation. Therefore:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Keep your head out of the fumes. Do not breathe the fumes and gases.
Always provide adequate ventilation in the work area by natural or mechanical means.
Do not weld, cut or gouge on materials such as galvanized steel, stainless steel,
copper, zinc, lead beryllium or cadmium unless positive mechanical ventilation is
provided. Do not breathe in the fumes from these materials.
Do not operate near degreasing and spraying operations. The heat or arc can react
with chlorinated hydrocarbon vapors to form phosgene, a highly toxic gas, and other
irritant gases.
If you develop momentary eye, nose or throat irritation while operating, this is an
indication that the ventilation is not adequate. Stop work and take the necessary steps
to improve ventilation in the work area. Do not continue to operate if physical
discomfort persists.
Refer to ANSI/ASC Standard Z49.1 for specific ventilation recommendations.
WARNING: This product when used for welding or cutting, produces fumes or gases
that contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause birth defects and in
some cases cancer (California Health & Safety Code §25249.5 et seq.)
CYLINDER HANDLING
Cylinders, if mishandled, can rupture and violently release gas. A
sudden rupture of cylinder valve or relief device can injure or kill.
Therefore:
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2.
3.
4.
Locate cylinders away from heat, sparks and flames. Never strike an arc on a cylinder.
Use the proper gas for the process and use the proper pressure reducing regulator
designed to operate from the compressed gas cylinder. Do not use adapters. Maintain
hoses and fittings in good condition. Follow the manufacturer's operating instructions
for mounting a regulator to a compressed gas cylinder.
Always secure cylinders in an upright position, by chain or strap, to suitable hand
trucks, undercarriages, benches, wall, post or racks. Never secure cylinders to work
tables or fixtures where they may become part of an electrical circuit.
When not in use, keep cylinder valves closed. Have valve protection cap in place if
regulator is not connected. Secure and move cylinders by using suitable hand trucks.
MOVING PARTS
Moving parts, such as fans, rotors and belts can cause
injury. Therefore:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Keep all doors, panels, guards, and covers closed and securely in place.
Stop the engine or drive systems before installing or connecting a unit.
Have only qualified people remove covers for maintenance and troubleshooting as
necessary
To prevent accidental starting of equipment during service, disconnect negative (-)
battery cable from battery.
Keep hands, hair, loose clothing and tools away from moving parts.
Reinstall panels or covers and close doors when service is finished and before starting
engine.
WARNING!
FALLING EQUIPMENT CAN INJURE
• Only use lifting eye to lift unit. Do NOT use running gear, gas cylinders or
any other accessories.
• Use equipment of adequate capacity to lift and support unit.
• If using lift forks to move unit, be sure forks are long enough to extend
beyond opposite side of unit.
• Keep cables and cords away from moving vehicles when working from
an aerial location.
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WARNING!
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
Faulty or improperly maintained equipment can cause injury or death.
Therefore:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Always have qualified personnel perform the installation, troubleshooting
and maintenance work. Do not perform any electrical work unless you
are qualified to perform such work.
Before performing any maintenance work inside a power source,
disconnect the power source from the incoming electrical power.
Maintain cables, earthing wire, connections, power cord and power
supply in safe working order. Do not operate any equipment in faulty
condition.
Do not abuse any equipment or accessories. Keep equipment away from
heat sources such as furnaces, wet conditions such as water puddles, oil
or grease, corrosive atmospheres and inclement weather.
Keep all safety devices and cabinet covers in position and in good repair.
Use equipment only for its intended purpose. Do not modify it in any
manner.
CAUTION!
ADDITIONAL SAFETY INFORMATION
For more information on safe practices for electric arc welding and cutting
equipment, ask your supplier for a copy of “Precautions and Safe Practices
for Arc Welding, Cutting and Gouging.” Form 52-529.
The following publications are recommended to you:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
1
0.
1.3
ANSI/ASC Z49.1 - "Safety in Welding and Cutting"
AWS C5.5 - "Recommended Practices for Gas Tungsten Arc Welding"
AWS C5.6 - "Recommended Practices for Gas Metal Arc Welding"
AWS SP - "Safe Practices" - Reprint, Welding Handbook
ANSI/AWS F4.1 - "Recommended Safe Practices for Welding and
Cutting of Containers That Have Held Hazardous Substances"
OSHA 29 CFR 1910 - "Safety and Health Standards"
CSA W117.2 - "Code for Safety in Welding and Cutting"
NFPA Standard 51B, “Fire Prevention During Welding, Cutting, and
Other Hot Work"
CGA Standard P-1, “Precautions for Safe Handling of Compressed
Gases in Cylinders”
ANSI Z87.1, "Occupational and Educational Personal Eye and Face
Protection Devices"
User responsibility
Users of ESAB equipment have the ultimate responsibility for ensuring that anyone who
works on or near the equipment observes all the relevant safety precautions. Safety
precautions must meet the requirements that apply to this type of equipment. The following
recommendations should be observed, in addition to the standard regulations that apply to
the workplace.
All work must be carried out by trained personnel well-acquainted with the operation of the
equipment. Incorrect operation of the equipment may lead to hazardous situations, which
could result in injury to the operator and damage to the equipment.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Anyone who uses the equipment must be familiar with:
○ its operation
○ the location of emergency stops
○ its function
○ the relevant safety precautions
○ welding and cutting or other applicable operation of the equipment
The operator must ensure that:
○ no unauthorized person is within the working area of the equipment when it is
started up
○ no-one is unprotected when the arc is struck or work is started with the
equipment
The workplace must:
○ be suitable for the purpose
○ be free from drafts
Personal safety equipment:
○ Always wear recommended personal safety equipment, such as safety glasses,
flame-proof clothing, safety gloves
○ Do not wear loose-fitting items, such as scarves, bracelets, rings, etc., which
could become trapped or cause burns
General precautions:
○ Make sure the return cable is connected securely
○ Work on high voltage equipment may only be carried out by a qualified
electrician
○ Appropriate fire extinguishing equipment must be clearly marked and close at
hand
○ Lubrication and maintenance must not be carried out on the equipment during
operation
WARNING!
Arc welding and cutting may cause injury to yourself and others. Take
precautions when welding and cutting.
ELECTRIC SHOCK - Can kill
• Install and ground the unit in accordance with instruction manual.
• Do not touch live electrical parts or electrodes with bare skin, wet gloves,
or wet clothing.
• Insulate yourself from work and ground.
• Ensure your working position is safe
ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS - Pose health risks
• Welders with pacemakers fitted should consult their doctor before welding.
EMF may interfere with some pacemakers.
• Exposure to EMF may have other health effects which are unknown.
• Welders should use the following procedures to minimize exposure to
EMF:
○ Route the electrode and work cables together on the same side of
your body. Secure them with tape when possible. Do not place your
body between the torch and work cables. Never coil the torch or
work cable around your body. Keep the welding power source and
cables as far away from your body as possible.
○ Connect the work cable to the workpiece as close as possible to the
area being welded.
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FUMES AND GASES - Can be dangerous to your health
• Keep your head out of the fumes.
• Use ventilation, extraction at the arc, or both, to take fumes and gases
away from your breathing zone and the general area.
ARC RAYS - Can injure eyes and burn skin
• Protect your eyes and body. Use the correct welding screen and filter lens
and wear protective clothing.
• Protect bystanders with suitable screens or curtains.
NOISE - Excessive noise can damage hearing
Protect your ears. Use ear defenders or other hearing protection.
MOVING PARTS - Can cause injuries
• Keep all doors, panels and covers closed and securely in place. Have only
qualified people remove covers for maintenance and troubleshooting as
necessary. Reinstall panels or covers and close doors when service is
finished and before starting engine.
• Stop engine before installing or connecting unit.
• Keep hands, hair, loose clothing and tools away from moving parts.
FIRE HAZARD
• Sparks (spatter) can cause a fire. Make sure there are no inflammable
materials nearby.
• Do not use on closed containers.
MALFUNCTION - Call for expert assistance in the event of malfunction.
PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS!
WARNING!
Do not use the power source for thawing frozen pipes.
CAUTION!
This product is solely intended for arc welding.
ESAB has an assortment of welding accessories and personal protection equipment
for purchase. For ordering information, contact your local ESAB dealer or visit us on
our website.
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2
INTRODUCTION
2.1
Overview
The ET 300iP is a welding power source intended for TIG welding and for welding with
covered electrodes (MMA).
ESAB accessories for the product can be found in the "ACCESSORIES" chapter of
this manual.
2.2
Equipment
The power source is supplied with:
•
•
•
•
Instruction manual
9.8 ft (3 m) mains cable (without plug)
2 × OKC 5O male contact
shoulder strap
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TECHNICAL DATA
ET 300iP (0445 100 921)
Main voltage
220–480 V ±10%,
3~ 50/60 Hz
220 V ±10%, 1~ 50/60 Hz
Imax Stick (SMAW)
30.0 A
30.0 A
Imax GTAW (TIG)
22.0 A
20.0 A
Primary current
No-load power demand when in energy-saving mode
Uin 220 V
63 W
Uin 400 V
68 W
Uin 480 V
72 W
74 W
Setting range
Stick (SMAW)
5 A/20 V – 300 A/32 V
5 A/20 V – 200 A/28 V
GTAW (TIG)
5 A/10 V – 300 A/22 V
5 A/10 V – 200 A/18 V
Permissible load at Stick (SMAW)
40% duty cycle
300 A/32.0 V
60% duty cycle
250 A/30.0 V
100% duty cycle
200 A/28.0 V
200 A/28.0 V
Permissible load at GTAW (TIG)
40% duty cycle
300 A/22.0 V
60% duty cycle
250 A/20.0 V
100% duty cycle
200 A/18.0 V
200 A/18.0 V
Power factor at maximum current
GTAW (TIG)
0.96
0.98
Stick (SMAW)
0.96
0.99
Apparent power I2 at
maximum current
11.6 kVA
6.6 kVA
Active power I2 at maximum 11.2 kW
current
6.6 kW
Efficiency at maximum current
GTAW (TIG)
83%
83%
Stick (SMAW)
86%
86%
Open-circuit voltage U0
max
48 V
48 V
Open-circuit voltage U0
34 V
max with VRD 35 V activated
34 V
UPK
12.4 kV
Operating temperature
Transportation temperature
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-4 to +131 °F (-20 to +55 °C)
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ET 300iP (0445 100 921)
Continual sound pressure
at no-load
Dimensions l × w × h
< 70 db (A)
18.1 × 7.9 × 12.6 in. (460 × 200 × 320 mm)
Weight with cooler
without cooler
58.6 lb (26.6 kg)
37.0 lb (16.8 kg)
Isolation class transformer
F
Enclosure class
IP23
Application class
Mains supply, Ssc min
Minimum short circuit power on the network in accordance with IEC 61000-3-12.
Duty cycle
The duty cycle refers to the time as a percentage of a ten-minute period that you can weld or
cut at a certain load without overloading. The duty cycle is valid for 104 °F (40 °C) or below.
Enclosure class
The IP code indicates the enclosure class, i.e. the degree of protection against penetration
by solid objects or water.
Equipment marked IP23 is intended for indoor and outdoor use.
Application class
The symbol
indicates that the power source is designed for use in areas with increased
electrical hazard.
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INSTALLATION
The installation must be carried out by a professional.
CAUTION!
This product is intended for industrial use. In a domestic environment, this
product may cause radio interference. It is the user's responsibility to take
adequate precautions.
4.1
Location
Position the power source so that its cooling air inlets and outlets are not obstructed.
A. Minimum 200 mm (8 in.)
B. Minimum 200 mm (8 in.)
WARNING!
Secure the equipment - particularly if
the ground is uneven or sloping.
4.2
Lifting instructions
Mechanical lifting must be done with both outer handles.
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Main supply
NOTE!
Mains supply requirements
This equipment complies with IEC 61000-3-12 provided that the short-circuit
power is greater than or equal to Sscmin at the interface point between the user's
supply and the public system. It is the responsibility of the installer or user of the
equipment to ensure, by consultation with the distribution network operator if
necessary, that the equipment is connected only to a supply with a short-circuit
power greater than or equal to Sscmin. Refer to the technical data in the
TECHNICAL DATA chapter.
The power source will automatically adjust to the supplied input voltage. Make sure that it is
protected by the correct fuse rating. A protective ground connection must be made, in
accordance with regulations.
1.
Rating plate with supply connection data
Installation of electrical cable
NOTE!
The power source is delivered with a 4×12 AWG mains cable which can handle
the rated data given for 3-phase 220–480 V mains supply. If other outlet voltages
are required, the power cable can be changed in accordance with local
regulations. For recommendations, see section Recommended fuse sizes and
minimum cable area.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Remove the side panel.
If tightened, release the stopping block (A).
If a cable is connected, disconnect all wires, cut the cable tie (C), and remove the
cable.
Optional: The fan with foam can now be removed to simplify installation. Note the
direction of the fan (sticker toward the inside).
Strip the new wire in accordance with specifications (B).
Insert the cable with about 0.4 in. (1 cm) of isolation inside the stopping block. Tighten
the stopping block by using 13.3–17.7 in. lb (1.5-2 Nm) (A).
Use two cable ties to fasten the cables (C).
Optional: If the fan with foam was removed, it must now be reinstalled. A symbol on
the side of the fan (G) shows the airflow direction.
Connect the earth wire (H). A toothed washer should be located closest to the heat
sink. Tighten the screw to a torque of 53.1 ±5.3 in. lb (6.0 ±0.6 Nm).
Connect all wires in accordance with illustrations for 1-phase and 3-phase. L3 will only
be used for 3-phase (D). Tighten the screw to a torque of 8.9 ±1.8 in. lb (1.0 ±0.2 Nm).
Make sure that the IP shield is correctly mounted on the inside of the side panel (E).
Reassemble the side panel (F).
Tighten the screws on the side panel with 26.6 ±2.7 in. lb (3 ±0.3 Nm).
3-phase
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1-phase
WARNING!
In 1-phase operation the terminal L3 is powered, even though not connected.
Make sure to keep terminal L3 disconnected.
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4.4
Recommended fuse sizes and minimum cable area
Recommended fuse sizes and minimum cable area
ET 300iP
3~ 50/60 Hz
1~ 50/60
Hz
Main voltage
220 V
380 V
400 V
415 V
480 V
220 V
Mains cable area
4×2.5
4×4 mm² /
mm² /
4×12
4×13
AWG
AWG
4×2.5
mm² /
4×13
AWG
4×2.5
mm² /
4×13
AWG
4×2.5
mm² /
4×13
AWG
3×6 mm² /
3×10
AWG
Maximal current rating
Imax
MMA
30 A
18 A
17 A
16 A
14 A
30 A
I1eff
MMA
19 A
11 A
11 A
10 A
9A
30 A
Maximal current rating
Imax
TIG
22 A
13 A
12 A
12 A
10 A
20 A
I1eff
TIG
14 A
8A
8A
7A
7A
16 A
Fuse
anti-surge
20 A
16 A
16 A
10 A
10 A
35 A
type C MCB
25 A
16 A
16 A
16 A
10 A
32 A
Maximum
recommended
extension cord length
100 m/
330 ft.
100 m/
330 ft.
100 m/
330 ft.
100 m/
330 ft.
100 m/
330 ft.
100 m/
330 ft.
Minimum
recommended
extension cord size
4×4 mm² / 4×4 mm² / 4×4 mm² / 4×4 mm² / 4×4 mm² / 3×6 mm² /
4×11
4×11
4×11
4×11
4×11
3×10
AWG
AWG
AWG
AWG
AWG
AWG
NOTE!
Different variants of ET 300i and ET 300iP are certified for different mains
voltages. Always refer to the rating plate for the specification of the power source
in use.
NOTE!
The power cable areas and fuse sizes as shown above are in accordance with
Swedish regulations. Use the power source in accordance with the relevant
national regulations.
Supply from power generators
The power source can be supplied from different types of generators. However, some
generators may not provide sufficient power for the welding power source to operate
correctly. Generators with Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) or with equivalent or better
type of regulation, with 20 kW rated power, are recommended.
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OPERATION
5.1
Overview
General safety regulations for handling the equipment can be found in the chapter
"Safety." Read it before you start using the equipment.
NOTE!
When moving the equipment, use the handle. Never pull the cables.
WARNING!
Electric shock! Do not touch the workpiece or the welding head during operation!
5.2
Connections and control devices
1. User interface, see chapter CONTROL
PANEL.
2. Connection (+): TIG: Return cable MMA:
Welding cable or return cable
3. Gas supply output
4. TIG torch trigger
5. Connection (-): TIG: torch MMA: Return
cable or welding cable
6. Connection for remote control unit
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8. Mains power supply switch, I/O
9. USB connection
10. Connection for cooling unit
11. Power cable
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NOTE!
When connecting a gas hose to the gas supply input, it must be secured using a
hose clamp.
NOTE!
Always use the cover when the USB connection is not in use.
5.3
TIG welding
TIG welding melts the metal of the workpiece, using an arc initiated from a
non-consuming tungsten electrode. The weld pool and electrode are protected
by a shielding gas that usually consists of an inert gas.
For TIG welding, the welding power source shall be supplemented with:
•
•
•
•
•
•
5.4
A TIG torch
A gas hose connected to the gas supply input (using a hose clamp)
Argon gas cylinder
Argon gas regulator
A tungsten electrode
A return cable (with clamp)
MMA welding
MMA welding may also be referred to as welding with covered electrodes. The
arc melts the electrode as well as a local part of the workpiece. The coverage,
when melting, forms a protective slag and creates a shielding gas to protect the
weld pool from atmospheric contamination.
For MMA welding the power source shall be supplemented with:
• welding cable with electrode holder
• Return cable with clamp
5.5
Connecting welding and return cables
The power source has two outputs, a positive welding terminal (+) and a negative welding
terminal (-), for connecting welding and return cables. The output to which the welding cable
is connected depends on the welding method or type of electrode used.
Connect the return cable to the other output on the power source. Secure the return cable’s
contact clamp to the workpiece, and make sure that there is a good contact between the
workpiece and the output for the return cable on the power source.
•
•
For TIG welding, the negative welding terminal (-) is used for the welding torch and the
positive welding terminal (+) is used for the return cable.
For MMA welding, the welding cable can be connected to the positive welding terminal
(+) or negative welding terminal (-) depending on the type of electrode used. The
connection polarity is stated on the electrode packaging.
5.6
Turning the power on/off
Turn on the power by turning the switch to the “ON” (I) position.
Turn the unit off by turning the switch to the “O” position.
Whether the power supply is interrupted or the power source is switched off in the normal
manner, weld programs are stored so that they are available the next time the unit is started.
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CAUTION!
Do not turn off the power source during welding (with load).
5.7
Connect to cooler EC 1000
NOTE!
Take care so that the interface cable does not get squeezed between the power
source and the cooling unit!
NOTE!
Power is supplied to the cooling unit from the welding power source via the
connection cable (for more information, see the cooling unit instruction manual).
5.8
Fan control
The power source has automatic thermal control. The fan continues to run for a few minutes
after welding has stopped while the power source switches to energy-saving mode. The fan
starts again when welding restarts.
In energy-saving mode, the fan starts occasionally and runs for a few minutes.
5.9
Thermal protection
The power source includes thermal protection against overheating. When
overheating occurs, welding stops, the overheating indicator on the panel
illuminates, and an error message appears on the display screen. The protection
is automatically reset once the temperature has decreased to a safe level.
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5.10
Voltage reducing device (VRD)
The VRD function ensures that the open-circuit voltage does not exceed 35 V
when welding is not being carried out. This is indicated by a lit VRD indicator on
the panel. Contact an authorized ESAB service technician to activate this
function.
5.11
Remote control
Connect the remote control on the rear side of the power source and activate the
remote control by pressing the remote control button on the panel (remote
control indicator being lit when activated). When the remote control is activated
the control panel is locked for interaction but displays welding data.
5.12
USB connection
Always use the USB cover when the USB connection is not in use.
Do not use to charge other devices, such as cell phones.
The welding process is blocked when a USB flash drive is connected. The USB
connection can be used to retrieve welding statistics. The statistics include total
number of welds performed, total welding time and average current.
Retrieving welding statistics
Always make sure that the power source is not being used for welding when
retrieving welding statistics.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Insert an empty USB flash drive into the power source USB connector.
To confirm that the power source has read the USB flash drive, the text
“USB” flashes on the display a few times and then is steadily lit.
When the text "USB" is shown with fixed light: Remove the USB flash drive
from the USB connector.
The USB flash drive will contain a text file (.txt) with the welding statistics.
The recommended program for opening the text file is Microsoft®
WordPad or Microsoft® Word.
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6
CONTROL PANEL
6.1
ET 300iP
1. Button to change between direct current
and pulse current.
2. Display, shows set or measured value.
3. Button to select welding method: TIG HF,
LiftArc™ or MMA.
4. Set indicator.
5. Button to select 2-stroke or 4-stroke (TIG
only).
6. Button to activate and deactivate remote
control unit.
7. Knob for setting data.
8. Gas pre flow indicator.
9. Slope up indicator.
10. Direct current or pulse current indicator.
12. Background current indicator.
13. Pulse frequency indicator.
14. Slope down indicator.
15. Gas post flow indicator.
16. Button to change between the parameters
in the graph.
17. Indicates which is shown in the display:
s (seconds for gas pre flow, gas post flow
slope up and slope down), % (pulse
balance), Hz (pulse frequency).
18. Current set and measure value / Voltage
measure value.
19. Parameter selection button, selection
indicated by (18). Also used for access to
hidden functions.
20. Overheating indicator.
21. VRD function (reduced open-circuit
voltage) indicator.
11. Pulse balance.
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6.1.1
Navigation
Parameter selection
By pressing the button (19), different values can be shown and changed. Use the knob (7) to
change the values. Sequence:
1.
2.
3.
Set current value.
Measured current value.
Measured voltage value.
Set parameter
The set indicator (4) will be lit when a displayed value can be changed. It cannot be changed
from the panel when a remote control is activated. Trying to change a value while in
measured value mode results in automatically switching to set current value mode.
The set indicator (4) is off when measured values are shown.
Weld parameters
The weld parameters are stored for pulse and no pulse respectively. The values are changed
when changing between pulse and no pulse.
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6.2
Symbol
TIG settings
Function
Setting range
Setting steps
Default
value
ET 300i ET 300iP
TIG HF*
ON/OFF
ON
X
X
LiftArc*
ON/OFF
OFF
X
X
Current
1ph: 5–200 A
1
100 A
X
X
0.1
1.5 s
H
X
3ph: 5-300 A
Slope up time H: 0.0-9.9 s
0.0-25.0 s
Slope down
time
0.0-25.0 s
0.1
3.0 s
X
X
Gas preflow
time
H: 0.0-9.9 s
0.1
1.0 s
H
X
0.1
7.0 s
X
X
0.0-25.0 s
Gas post-flow 0.0-25.0 s
time
2-stroke*
ON/OFF
ON
X
X
4-stroke*
ON/OFF
OFF
X
X
Remote
control unit*
ON/OFF
OFF
X
X
Pulse*
ON/OFF
OFF
X
120 A
X
80 A
X
50%
X
Pulse current 1ph: 5–200 A
3ph: 5-300 A
Background
current
1ph: 5–200 A
3ph: 5-300 A
Pulse balance 10-90%
5
Pulse
frequency
0.10–0.99: 0.01 100 Hz
0.01–999 Hz
X
1.0–9.9: 0.1
10–100: 1
100–300: 10
300–999: 100
Remote min
current
0–99%
1
*) Parameter cannot be changed while welding
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6.2.1
Hidden TIG functions
There are hidden functions in the control panel. To access the functions, press parameter
selection button for 3 seconds (see section SETTING PANEL for button placement). The
display shows a letter and value. Select function by pressing the same button. Use the knob
to change the value of the selected function. To exit hidden functions, press the button for 3
seconds again.
Letter
Function
Settings
A
Gas pre flow
0.0-9.9 s
b
Slope up
0.0-9.9 s
I
Remote min current
0–99%
6.2.2
Measured values
Measured current
Measured value in the display for welding current A is arithmetic average value.
Measured voltage
Measured value in the display for arc voltage V is arithmetic average value.
6.3
TIG functions explanation
HF start
The HF start function initiates the arc by using a high-frequency voltage pilot arc.
This will reduce the risk of tungsten contamination in the starts. The
high-frequency voltage might disturb other electrical equipment in the
surrounding area.
LiftArc™
The LiftArc™ function initiates the arc when the tungsten electrode is brought
into contact with the workpiece, the trigger switch is pressed, and the tungsten
electrode is lifted away from the workpiece. In order to minimize the risk of
tungsten contaminations, the start current is very low and will slope up to the set
current (controlled by the slope up function).
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2-stroke
In 2-stroke mode, press the TIG torch trigger switch (1) to start the shielding gas
flow and initiate the arc. The current slopes up to the set current value. Release
the trigger switch (2) to start to slope down the current and terminate the arc.
The shielding gas will continue to flow in order to protect the weld and the
tungsten electrode.
A = Gas pre flow
B = Slope up
C = Slope down
D = Gas post flow
4-stroke
In 4-stroke mode, press the TIG torch trigger switch (1) to start shielding gas
flow and initiate the arc at a pilot level. Release the trigger switch (2) to slope up
the current to the set current value. To stop the welding, press the trigger switch
again (3). The current will slope down to the pilot level again. Release the trigger
switch (4) to terminate the arc. The shielding gas will continue to flow in order to
protect the weld and the tungsten electrode.
A = Gas pre flow
B = Slope up
C = Slope down
D = Gas post flow
Gas pre flow
The gas pre flow function controls the time during which shielding gas flows
before the arc is initiated.
Gas post flow
The gas post flow function controls the time during which shielding gas flows
after the arc is terminated.
Slope up
The slope up function is used to control the time of the current increase in the
weld initiation process to avoid any possible damage to the tungsten electrode.
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Slope down
The slope down function is used to control the time of the current decrease in
the weld termination process to avoid any pipes and/or cracks.
Pulse settings
In order to set a pulsed current, four parameters are required: pulse current,
background current, pulse balance and pulse frequency.
Pulse current
The higher of the two current values when using a pulsed current.
Pulse background current
The lower of the two current values when using a pulsed current.
Pulse balance
Pulse balance is the ratio between pulse current and background current in a
pulse cycle. In order to control the energy of the arc and the size of the weld
pool, pulse balance is adjustable by setting the percentage of the pulse current
in a pulse cycle.
For example: If the pulse balance is set to 50%, the time of the pulse current and
the background current will be distributed equally in the pulse cycle. If the pulse
balance is set to 90%, the time of the pulse current will be 90% of the pulse
cycle and the background current will only be 10%.
Pulse frequency
The amount of pulse cycles in a time period. The higher the frequency, the more
pulse cycles per time period. When the pulse frequency is set low, the weld pool
will have time to partially solidify between each pulse. If the frequency is set
high, a more focused arc can be obtained.
Remote min current
This is used to set the minimum current for the foot pedal. Is set in % of the set
current in the range from 0–99% in steps of 1%.
For example: If the current is set to 100 A and the remote min current function is
set to 20, the remote min current will be 20 A. If the current is set to 80 A and the
remote min current function is set to 50, the remote min current will be 40 A.
6.3.1
Foot pedal functions explanation
Foot pedal with 2-stroke using TIG torch trigger
In 2-stroke mode, with the foot pedal activated, press the TIG torch trigger switch (1) to start
the shielding gas flow and initiate the arc. The current slopes up to the set remote min
current. Use the foot pedal to adjust the current between the remote min current and the set
current value. Release the TIG torch trigger switch (2) to start to slope down the current and
terminate the arc. The shielding gas will continue to flow in order to protect the weld and the
tungsten electrode.
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A = Gas pre flow
E = Set current
B = Slope up
F = Remote min current
C = Slope down
G = Current range adjustable by the foot
pedal
D = Gas post flow
Foot pedal with 4-stroke using TIG torch trigger
In 4-stroke mode, with the foot pedal activated, press the TIG torch trigger switch (1) to start
the shielding gas flow and initiate the arc at a pilot level. Release the trigger switch (2) to
slope up the current to the remote min current. Use the foot pedal to adjust the current
between the remote min current and the set current value. To stop the welding, press the
trigger switch again (3). The current will slope down to the pilot level again. Release the
trigger switch (4) to terminate the arc. The shielding gas will continue to flow in order to
protect the weld and the tungsten electrode.
A = Gas pre flow
E = Set current
B = Slope up
F = Remote min current
C = Slope down
G = Current range adjustable by the foot
pedal
D = Gas post flow
Foot pedal
Press down the foot pedal (1) to start the shielding gas flow and initiate the arc. The current
slopes up to the set remote min current. Use the foot pedal to adjust the current between the
remote min current and the set current value. Release the foot pedal to start to slope down
the current and to terminate the arc. The shielding gas will continue to flow in order to protect
the weld and the tungsten electrode.
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A = Gas pre flow
E = Set current
B = Slope up
F = Remote min current
C = Slope down
G = Current range adjustable by the foot
pedal
D = Gas post flow
6.4
MMA settings
Symbol
Function
Setting range
MMA*
ON/OFF
Current
1ph: 5–200 A
Setting steps
Default
value
ON
1
100 A
ET 300i ET 300iP
X
X
3ph: 5-300 A
Arc force
0-99
1
50
H
H
Hot start
0–99%
1
20%
H
H
Remote
control unit*
ON/OFF
OFF
X
X
*) Parameter cannot be changed while welding
6.4.1
H = Hidden
function
Hidden MMA functions
There are hidden functions in the control panel. To access the functions, press parameter
selection button for 3 seconds (see section SETTING PANEL for button placement). The
display shows a letter and value. Select function by pressing the same button. Use the knob
to change the value of the selected function. To exit hidden functions, press the button for 3
seconds again.
Letter
Function
Settings
C
Arc force
0-99
H
Hot start
0–99%
6.4.2
Measured values
Measured current
Measured value in the display for welding current A is arithmetic average value.
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Measured voltage
Measured value in the display for arc voltage V is arithmetic average value.
6.5
MMA functions explanation
Arc force
The arc force function determines how the current changes in response to
variations in arc length during welding. Use a low value of arc force to get a calm
arc with little spatter and use a high value to get a hot and digging arc.
Arc force only applies to MMA welding.
Hot start
The hot start function temporarily increases the current in the beginning of the
weld, thus reducing the risk of lack of fusion in the starting point.
Hot start only applies to MMA welding.
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7
MAINTENANCE
WARNING!
Disconnect power before performing maintenance.
CAUTION!
Only persons with the appropriate electrical knowledge (authorized personnel)
may remove safety plates.
CAUTION!
The product is covered by a manufacturer’s warranty. Any attempt to carry out
repair work by non-authorized service centers will invalidate the warranty.
NOTE!
Regular maintenance is important for safe and reliable operation.
NOTE!
Perform maintenance more often during severe dusty conditions.
Before each use, make sure that the:
•
•
Product and cables are undamaged, and
The torch is clean and undamaged.
7.1
Routine maintenance
Maintenance schedule during normal conditions. Check equipment before every use.
Interval
Area to maintain
Every 3 months
Clean or replace
unreadable labels.
Clean weld terminals. Check or replace weld
cables.
Every 6 months
Clean inside
equipment. Use dry
compressed air with
reduced pressure.
7.2
Cleaning instructions
To maintain the performance and increase the lifetime of the power source, it is mandatory to
clean it regularly. How often depends on:
•
•
•
The welding process,
The arc time, and
The working environment.
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CAUTION!
Make sure that the cleaning procedure is done in a suitable prepared workspace.
CAUTION!
During cleaning, always wear the recommended personal protective equipment,
such as earplugs, safety glasses, masks, gloves and safety shoes.
1.
Disconnect the power source from the power supply.
WARNING!
Wait at least 30 seconds for the capacitors to discharge before continuing.
2.
Remove the four screws holding the right side panel (R) and remove the panel.
3.
Clean the right side of the power source using low-pressure dry compressed air.
NOTE!
Because the power source contains one “dirty” side (the right side) and one
“clean” side (the left side), it is important not to remove the left side panel
before cleaning the right side of the power source.
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4.
Remove the four screws holding the left side panel (L) and remove the panel.
5.
6.
7.
Clean the left side of the power source using low-pressure dry compressed air.
Make sure that no dust remains on any part of the power source.
After cleaning the power source, reattach the power source panels in the reverse
order.
NOTE!
When reattaching the right side panel, make sure that the IP shield on the
inside of the panel is in the correct position. The IP shield must be angled
at about 90° into the power source, so that it is positioned between the
welding outlet connector and the transformer outlets.
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Tighten the screws on the side panels with 3 Nm ± 0.3 Nm (26.6 in lb. ± 2.6).
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Perform these checks and inspections before contacting an authorized service technician.
Type of fault
Corrective action
MMA welding problems
• Check that the welding and return cables are not damaged
and that they are correctly connected to the power source.
• Make sure that the return clamp has proper contact with
the workpiece.
• Check that the correct electrodes and polarity are being
used. For polarity, check electrode packaging.
• Check that the correct current value is set.
• Adjust Arc Force and Hot start.
TIG welding problems
• Check that the welding and return cables are not damaged
and that they are correctly connected to the power source.
• Make sure that the return clamp has proper contact with
the workpiece.
• Make sure that the TIG torch lead is connected to the
negative welding terminal.
• Make sure that the correct shielding gas, gas flow, welding
current, filler rod placement, electrode diameter and
welding mode on power source is used.
• Make sure that the gas valve on the TIG torch is on.
No arc
• Check that the display is on to verify that the power source
has power.
• Check that the setting panel is displaying correct values.
• Check that the electrical power supply switch is turned on.
• Check that the mains, welding, and return cables are
correctly connected.
• Check the electrical power supply fuses.
Welding current is
interrupted during welding
• Check whether the overheating light (thermal protection)
on the setting panel is on.
• Continue with fault type "No Arc".
Thermal protection trips
frequently
• Make sure that the recommended duty cycle for the weld
current has not been exceeded.
See the “Duty cycle” section in the TECHNICAL DATA
chapter.
• Make sure that the air inlets or outlets are not clogged.
• Clean the inside of the machine using routine maintenance
methods.
• Check and clean the cooler.
The maximum current
setting is limited to 200 A
• Check that the power source is connected to 3-phase
electrical power supply.
• Check the electrical power supply fuses.
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ERROR CODES
Error codes indicate that a fault has occurred in the equipment. Errors are indicated by the
text "Err" followed by the error code number shown in the display.
If more than one error was detected, only the code for the last occurring error is displayed.
9.1
Error code descriptions
Error codes that the user can handle are listed below. If any other error code appears,
contact an authorized ESAB service technician.
Error code Description
Err 1
Temperature fault
The temperature of the power source is too high. An LED indicating
temperature fault is also illuminated on the panel. A temperature fault is
indicated by the overheating indicator on the control panel.
Action: The error code will automatically disappear and the LED indicating
temperature fault will be turned off when the power source has cooled down
and is ready for use again. If the error persists, contact a service technician.
Err 2
Coolant fault
The temperature of the coolant fluid is too high.
Action: Make sure that there is sufficient coolant fluid in the cooler. The error
code will automatically disappear when the coolant has cooled down and is
ready for use again. If the error persists, contact a service technician.
Err 3
Power supply fault
The power supply to the power source is too low or too high.
One phase is lost during 3-phase operation. Third phase voltage detected
during 1-phase operation.
Action: Make sure that the power supply is stable, all leads are connected,
and the outlet voltage (all three phases) is correct, and then restart the
system. If the error persists, contact a service technician.
Err 4
Communication fault
The communication between units has been disrupted.
Action: Check cables and connections, restart the power source. If the error
persists, contact a service technician.
Err 5
Memory fault
The program memory is damaged. This fault can disable preset functions and
functions in which values are stored.
Action: Remove the error indication from the display by pressing a button on
the panel. Restart the power source. If the error persists, contact a service
technician.
Err 6
Timing fault
The power source electronics are unable to execute all functions in a timely
fashion.
Action: Restart the power source. If the error persists, contact a service
technician.
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Error code Description
Err 7
OCV fault
The OCV is too high, or the electronic control of the OCV was disrupted.
Action: Restart the power source. If the error persists, contact a service
technician.
Err 8
Water cooling disabled
The hose from the torch is not connected to the cooling unit.
Action: If a water-cooled torch is used, make sure it is connected to the
cooling unit. If a water-cooled torch is not used, press a button on the control
panel to cancel the error. If the error persists, contact a service technician.
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10
ORDERING SPARE PARTS
CAUTION!
Repair and electrical work should be performed by an authorized ESAB service
technician. Use only ESAB original spare and wear parts.
The ET 300i and ET 300iP are designed and tested in accordance with international and
European standards IEC/EN 60974-1, IEC/EN 60974-3 and IEC/EN 60974-10, Canadian
standards CAN/CSA-E60974-1 and US standards ANSI/IEC 60974-1. On completion of
service or repair work, it is the responsibility of the person(s) performing the work to ensure
that the product still complies with the requirements of the above standards.
Spare parts and wear parts can be ordered through your nearest ESAB dealer, see the back
cover of this document. When ordering, please state product type, serial number, designation
and spare part number in accordance with the spare parts list. This facilitates dispatch and
ensures correct delivery.
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DIAGRAM
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ORDERING NUMBERS
Ordering number
Denomination
Type
Notes
0445 100 921
Welding power source
ET 300iP
NA
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Spare parts list
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Service manual
Technical documentation is available on the Internet at www.esab.com
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ACCESSORIES
ACCESSORIES
0700 300 538
TIG torch TXH™ 151, 13 ft (4 m)
0700 300 544
TIG torch TXH™ 151, 26 ft (8 m)
0700 300 552
TIG torch TXH™ 201, 13 ft (4 m)
0700 300 555
TIG torch TXH™ 201, 26 ft (8 m)
0700 300 855
TIG torch TXH™ 252w, 13 ft (4 m)
0700 300 856
TIG torch TXH™ 252w, 26 ft (8 m)
0700 300 565
TIG torch TXH™ 401w, 13 ft (4 m)
0700 300 567
TIG torch TXH™ 401w, 26 ft (8 m)
0445 045 880
EC 1000 Cooler
0460 330 881
Trolley
0445 197 880
Shoulder strap kit
0700 006 902
Welding cable kit 3 meter, incl. electrode
holder and OKC 50 connector
0700 006 888
Welding cable kit 5 meter, incl. electrode
holder and OKC 50 connector
0700 006 903
Return cable kit 3 meter, incl. clamp and
OKC 50 connector
0700 006 889
Return cable kit 5 meter, incl. clamp and
OKC 50 connector
0160 360 881
OKC 50 male contact, pack 4 pcs
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0445 536 881
ER 1 Remote control. 16.4 ft (5 m)
interconnection cable, 6 pin, included.
0445 536 882
ER 1 Remote control. 32.8 ft (10 m)
interconnection cable, 6 pin, included.
0445 536 883
ER 1 Remote control. 82 ft (25 m)
interconnection cable, 6 pin, included.
0445 280 880
Interconnection cable, 6 pin, 16.4 ft (5 m)
0445 280 881
Interconnection cable, 6 pin, 32.8 ft (10 m)
0445 280 882
Interconnection cable, 6 pin, 82 ft (25 m)
0445 550 881
ER 1 F Foot pedal. 16.4 ft (5 m)
interconnection cable, 6 pin, included.
0445 550 882
ER 1 F Foot pedal. 32.8 ft (10 m)
interconnection cable, 6 pin, included.
0445 254 880
Interconnection cable, 6 pin, 16.4 ft (5 m)
0445 254 881
Interconnection cable, 6 pin, 32.8 ft (10 m)
0463 418 001
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