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ESAB EC 1000 User manual
EC 1000
Service manual
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Valid for: serial no. 720-xxx-xxxx
TABLE OF CONTENTS
READ THIS FIRST....................................................................................
3
BEFORE STARTING SERVICE................................................................
4
Service aid ................................................................................................
4
INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................
5
Design structure of the cooling unit.......................................................
5
Component positions...............................................................................
6
ERROR CODES........................................................................................
7
Error code descriptions ...........................................................................
7
WIRING DIAGRAM ...................................................................................
8
Component description ...........................................................................
8
TECHNICAL DATA ...................................................................................
10
SOFTWARE UPDATE AND CONFIGURATION.......................................
11
TROUBLESHOOTING ..............................................................................
12
Service log ................................................................................................
12
Troubleshooting the electrical hardware ...............................................
12
Measuring the incoming 24 V supply voltage .........................................
12
Cooling fan .............................................................................................
13
Water pump ............................................................................................
13
Switch for ELP ........................................................................................
14
Coolant thermal sensor ..........................................................................
15
Status indications on the cooler board 5AP1 ........................................
16
LED 3 – Overtemperature condition .......................................................
16
LED 1 and LED 2 – Software run level...................................................
17
DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY ......................................................
18
REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS ...........................................................
20
Replacing the CAN interface cable .........................................................
20
Replacing the water pump.......................................................................
21
Replacing the cooling fan........................................................................
22
Replacing the heat exchanger ................................................................
22
Replacing the cooler board .....................................................................
23
Replacing the coolant ..............................................................................
23
SPARE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES .....................................................
24
Rights reserved to alter specifications without notice.
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READ THIS FIRST
READ THIS FIRST
Maintenance and repair work must be performed by an experienced person, and electrical
work only by a trained electrician. Use only recommended replacement parts.
This service manual is intended for use by technicians with electrical/electronic training for
help in connection with fault-tracing and repair.
Use the wiring diagram as a form of index. The circuit boards are divided into numbered
blocks. Component names in the wiring diagram are listed in the component description.
Use the spare parts list as a guide to where the components are located in the equipment.
The spare parts list is published as a separate document, see the "SPARE PARTS" chapter
in this manual.
This manual contains details of design changes that have been made up to and including
May 2017.
The manual is valid for: EC 1000 with serial number 720-xxx-xxxx
NOTE!
The unit is tested by ESAB in a general set-up. The responsibility for safety and
function, of the specific set-up, lies with the integrator.
The EC 1000 is designed and tested in accordance with the standards stated in the
instruction manual. 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 involved standards.
CAUTION!
Read and understand the instruction manual before
installing or operating.
CAUTION!
STATIC ELECTRICITY can damage circuit boards and
electronic components.
• Observe precautions for handling electrostatic
sensitive devices.
• Use proper static-proof bags and boxes.
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BEFORE STARTING SERVICE
BEFORE STARTING SERVICE
Service aid
ESAB can offer a number of service tools that will simplify the service.
Antistatic service kit
Ordering no. 0740 511 001
The kit makes it easier to protect sensitive
components from electrostatic discharge.
Contents:
• A conductive mat (size 610 x 610 mm /
24 × 24 in.)
• A 1.5 metre (3.28 ft) long ground cable
with a crocodile clip
• An adjustable wrist strap and cable with
an inbuilt protective resistor
Antistatic service kit
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
Cooling unit EC 1000 is intended for cooling water-cooled TIG welding torches.
Design structure of the cooling unit
The cooling unit consists of a cooler board, a heat exchanger, a cooling fan, a diaphragm
water pump, a coolant tank and an ELP (ESAB Logic Pump). The cooler board is powered
and controlled from the welding power source. The water pump is circulating the coolant
through the heat exchanger and onwards in the system. The cooling fan is used to cool
down the coolant during its way through the heat exchanger. A thermal sensor is attached to
the heat exchanger. The sensor monitors the temperature of the coolant and facilitates
control of the cooling unit functionality. The ELP is a detection system which checks whether
a water-cooled TIG torch is connected to the welding equipment and enables start of
cooling. The power from the welding power source is converted in the cooler board, to the
appropriate supply voltage for the thermal sensor and the ELP.
Block diagram of the cooling unit
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Component positions
1. Water pump
2. Coolant thermal sensor
3. Heat exchanger with cooling fan
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5. Water tank
6. ELP (ESAB Logic Pump)
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ERROR CODES
ERROR CODES
The error code is used to indicate that a fault has occurred in the equipment. Errors are
indicated by the text "Err" and the error code number flashing alternately in the power source
display.
Error code descriptions
Error code Description
Err 2
Coolant fault
The temperature of the coolant fluid is too high, i.e. it has exceeded +65 °C
(+149 °F).
Action: Make sure there is sufficient coolant in the cooler and wait until the
coolant temperature has decreased. Also make sure the recommended duty
cycle for the weld current has not been exceeded (see “TECHNICAL DATA”,
page 10). The error code will automatically disappear and the LED indicating
temperature fault will be turned off when the coolant temperature has
decreased below +55 °C (+131 °F).
If the coolant temperature is below +55 °C (+131 °F) and error code Err 2 is still
displayed, troubleshoot the thermal sensor (see “Coolant thermal sensor”,
page 15).
Err 8
Cooler hose disconnected
The hose for coolant out from the cooling unit (blue connector) to the TIG torch
is not connected.
Action: Make sure the hose for coolant to the TIG torch is properly connected
to the coolant output connector (blue) on the cooling unit.
If the hose for coolant to the TIG torch is properly connected and error code Err
8 is still displayed, troubleshoot the switch for the ELP (see “Switch for ELP”,
page 14).
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WIRING DIAGRAM
WIRING DIAGRAM
The cooling unit is function module 5. The names of the circuit boards and components
included in the cooling unit contains the number 5 to indicate that they belong to the cooling
unit. The circuit boards and components are listed in the component description below.
Wires/cables within modules are marked 100 - 6999.
Wires/cables between modules are marked 7000 - 7999.
Components outside modules, e.g. capacitors, are named such as C1 - C99, connectors
XS1 - XS99 (S = socket), XT1 - XT99 (T = terminal).
Circuit boards within each module have names such as 20AP1 - 20AP99.
20 = module association, 1-69
AP = circuit board
1 = individual identification number, 0-99
Transistors within particular modules have identification numbers such as 15Q1 - 15Q99.
15 = module association, 1-69
Q = transistor
1 = individual identification number, 0-99
Component description
Component
Description
5
Cooling unit module Wire numbers 500–599
5AP1
Cooler board
5EV1
Cooling fan, 24 V DC
5M1
Water pump with motor, 24 V DC
5S1
Switch for ELP (ESAB Logic Pump)
5ST1
Coolant thermal sensor
5XS...
Socket connector (Sleeve)
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TECHNICAL DATA
TECHNICAL DATA
EC 1000
Power consumption
24 V DC, 3.0 A
Cooling power
0.9 kW
Noise
(Constant sound pressure when idling)
< 70 dB(A)
Coolant
ESAB's ready mixed coolant, see the
"ACCESSORIES" chapter in the instruction
manual.
Coolant quantity
1.5 l
Maximum water flow
1.8 l/min
Max pressure lift for torch Qmax
4.5 bar (65 psi)
Operating temperature
-10 °C to +40 °C (+14 °F to +104 °F)
Transportation temperature
-20 °C to +55 °C (-4 °F to +131 °F)
Dimensions (l × w × h)
540 × 200 × 170 mm
(21.26 × 7.874 × 6.693 in)
Weight empty
8 kg (17.6 lb)
Enclosure class
IP23
The cooling unit is rated 300 A at 40% duty cycle at 25°C (77°F) ambient temperature.
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 40 °C / 104 °F, 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.
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SOFTWARE UPDATE AND CONFIGURATION
SOFTWARE UPDATE AND CONFIGURATION
For information about software update and configuration of the welding equipment, see the
"SOFTWARE UPDATE AND CONFIGURATION" chapter in the power source service
manual.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
Service log
For troubleshooting purposes, a service log can be retrieved from the memory of the
welding power source. For information about how to extract and interpret the service log,
see the TROUBLESHOOTING chapter in the power source service manual. The script file
needed to extract the service log, can be downloaded from your local country or region
ESAB partner login site.
Troubleshooting the electrical hardware
Equipment
•
Multimeter
Measuring the incoming 24 V supply voltage
1.
2.
3.
Disconnect the cooling unit from the welding power source and the welding torch.
Then remove the cooling unit panels according to chapter “Disassembly and
reassembly”, page 18.
Place the welding power source next to the cooling unit, connect the internal CAN
cable between the power source and the cooling unit and turn the power source
mains supply switch on.
Measure the incoming 24 V supply voltage from the power source to the cooler board
between pins 3 and 2 of connector CN1 on the cooler board 5AP1. The voltage
should be 25 ±2 V.
If the measurement specification is not met, disconnect the CAN cable and measure
the output voltage from the CAN connector (Internal CAN) on the power source.
If there are 25 ±2 V in the power source CAN connector but no voltage on connector
CN1 on the cooler board (with CAN cable connected), replace the CAN cable.
If the output voltage from the power source CAN connector is not within the
specification given above, troubleshoot the power source (see the
TROUBLESHOOTING chapter in the power source service manual).
If the measured incoming supply voltage to the cooler board is within the specification given
above, proceed by troubleshooting the applicable components below.
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Cooling fan
1.
2.
3.
Connect a TIG torch to the welding power source and to the coolant connectors on
the cooling unit.
Trigger start of welding and wait at least 10 seconds.
Measure the voltage between pins 3 and 1 of connector CN3 on the cooler board
5AP1. The voltage should be 25 ±2 V.
If there is no voltage, replace the cooler board (see section “Replacing the cooler
board”, page 23).
If the voltage is within the specification given above but the fan is still not running,
replace the fan (see section “Replacing the cooling fan”, page 22).
Water pump
1.
2.
3.
Connect a TIG torch to the welding power source and to the coolant connectors on
the cooling unit.
Trigger start of welding and wait at least 10 seconds.
Measure the voltage between pins 1 and 2 of connector CN2 on the cooler board
5AP1. The voltage should be 25 ±2 V.
If there is no voltage, replace the cooler board (see section “Replacing the cooler
board”, page 23).
If the voltage is within the specification given above but the pump is still not running,
replace the pump (see section “Replacing the water pump”, page 21).
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Switch for ELP
1.
2.
Make sure no TIG torch is connected to the cooling unit and measure the voltage
between pins 1 and 2 of connector CN4 on the cooler board 5AP1. The voltage
should be 25 ±2 V.
Connect the coolant hose for the TIG torch to the coolant output connector from the
cooling unit (blue) and measure the voltage between pins 1 and 2 of connector CN4
on the cooler board 5AP1. The voltage should be 0 V.
If the voltage is still 25 V, despite the fact that a TIG torch is connected, replace the
ELP switch.
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Coolant thermal sensor
1.
2.
Disconnect the thermal sensor harness from connector CN5 on the cooler board.
Measure the resistance between cables 511 and 512 in socket connector 5XS5
disconnected from CN5. The resistance should vary according to the table below
depending on the measured temperature from the thermal sensor.
If the measurement specification is not met, replace the thermal sensor.
Temperature (°C)
Resistance over thermal sensor (Ω) ± approx. 3%
0
16 312
+5
12 691
+10
9 948
+15
7 856
+20
6 246
+25
5 000
+30
4 028
+35
3 265
+40
2 662
+45
2 183
+50
1 799
+55
1 491
+60
1 242
+65
1 039
+70
873.8
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Status indications on the cooler board 5AP1
On the cooler board there are a number of LEDs (light-emitting diodes) used to indicate the
present status of the cooler. The meanings of the different indications are explained in the
sub-sections below.
The LEDs not described below are not in use.
LED 3 – Overtemperature condition
LED 3 is used to indicate overtemperature condition according to below.
LED 3
Red
(3 Hz flash) Overtemperature condition. The cooling liquid temperature has exceeded
+65 °C (+149 °F). The LED will go out when the cooling liquid temperature has
decreased below +55 °C (+131 °F).
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LED 1 and LED 2 – Software run level
LED 1 and LED 2 are used to indicate the current software run level of the cooler board. The
meanings of the different indications are explained in the table below.
LED 1
LED 2
Off
Off
Green
Off
Software run level
The cooling unit is not connected to the power source, i.e. there is
no supply voltage to the cooler board.
Application start up
Green
(fixed)
Green
(fixed)
Application running ok, Idle run state as in TIG mode
Green
Green
(1 Hz flash) (1 Hz flash) Application running ok, Interactive run state, i.e. the user may
interact with the equipment, As in MMA mode
Green
Green
(3 Hz flash) (3 Hz flash)
Red
Application running ok, Processing run state
Green
Application error (recoverable)
Red
Red
Application error (non-recoverable). Power off or reset is required.
Red
Off
Application in test or debug mode
Green
Red
Application shut down
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DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
Equipment
•
1.
2.
Screwdrivers, Torx T25 and T30
Remove the screws holding the cooling unit side panels (four screws in the left side
panel and four screws in the right side panel). Remove the side panels.
Remove the top panel.
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3.
After having finished the required service work inside the cooling unit, reattach the
panels in the reverse order. Before attaching the left side panel, route the internal CAN
cable behind the cable bracket in the top panel. Tighten the screws using the correct
tightening torque according to the illustration below.
NOTE!
Make sure the top panel is fitted in the correct direction! The yellow arrow
on the top panel decal should point towards the front of the cooler, i.e.
towards the short side where the coolant connectors are located.
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REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS
REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS
General
The replacement instructions below presume that you have first removed the cooling unit
panels according to chapter “Disassembly and reassembly”, page 18.
Replacing the CAN interface cable
1.
2.
3.
4.
Disconnect the interface harness from connectors CN1, CN12 and CN9 on the cooler
board.
Loosen the cable grommet and remove the CAN interface cable.
Insert the new CAN interface cable through the grommet and connect the harness to
the afforementioned connectors.
Tighten the cable grommet using the correct tightening torque according to the
illustration.
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Replacing the water pump
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Disconnect the pump harness (cables 531 and 532) from connector CN2 on the
cooler board.
Loosen the hose clips and disconnect the two coolant hoses connected to the water
pump.
Remove the four screws holding the front bottom foot of the cooling unit. Remove the
foot.
Insert a wrench through the holes in the cooling unit bottom panel and remove the
two screws connecting the pump to the pump consol.
Slide out the pump sideways to the right.
Insert the new pump and reinstall in the reverse order. Tighten the screws and the
hose clips, using the correct tightening torques according to the illustration.
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Replacing the cooling fan
1.
2.
3.
4.
Disconnect the fan harness (cables 541 and 542) from connector CN3 on the cooler
board.
Release the cooling fan by bending up the "teeth" in the heat exchanger housing
plate.
Lift out the fan.
Insert the new fan and reinstall in the reverse order. After having bent down the
"teeth" from the heat exchanger housing plate, check that the fan is properly secured.
Replacing the heat exchanger
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Remove the fan according to section “Replacing the cooling fan”, page 22.
Loosen the hose clips and disconnect the two coolant hoses connected to the heat
exchanger.
Remove the screw connecting the thermal sensor to the heat exchanger inlet.
Remove the nut attaching the heat exchanger to the bottom panel.
Slide the heat exchanger towards the right side of the cooling unit, until it is released
from the two small brackets at the bottom of the heat exchanger.
Lift out the heat exchanger from the cooling unit.
Attach and connect the new heat exchanger in the reverse order. Tighten all joints,
using the correct tightening torques according to the illustration.
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Replacing the cooler board
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Disconnect the cables from the following connectors on the cooler board (clockwise
from the left): CN12, CN1, CN9, CN2, CN3, CN4 and CN5.
Loosen the earth connection screw in the upper left corner of the board.
Detach the cooler board from the snap fittings, using a pair of flat pliers, and remove
the board.
Locate the insulation sheet on the back of the new cooler board, attach the new
board to the snap fittings and reconnect all cables to the afforementioned connectors.
Fasten the earth connection screw using the correct tightening torque according to
the illustration. Finally fold down the insulation sheet in front of the cooler board.
Update the welding equipment software with the latest version (see the "SOFTWARE
UPDATE AND CONFIGURATION" chapter in the power source service manual).
Replacing the coolant
1.
Flush the cooling system via the red coolant return connection.
NOTE!
Flushing can only be performed via the red connection.
2.
3.
Drain the coolant tank manually, i.e. empty it via the coolant filling hole.
Fill new coolant into the tank, using ESAB's ready mixed coolant (see the
"ACCESSORIES" chapter in the instruction manual). Follow the instructions
regarding coolant filling and torch installation in the "INSTALLATION" chapter in the
instruction manual!
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SPARE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
SPARE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
For spare parts, see the spare parts list for the product. For accessories, see the instruction
manual for the product. These documents can be downloaded from the Internet:
www.esab.com
Document type
File name
Product
Spare parts list
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Instruction manual
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EC 1000
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Ordering number 0445 045 880
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