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ESAB KHM 300 YS - CC/CV User manual
KHM 300 YS - CC/CV
Service manual
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TABLE OF CONTENENTS
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
TESTING
COMPONENT POSITION ON THE WELDING CONTROL PCB
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SM 2
SM 3
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ORDERING OF SPARE PARTS
SPARE PARTS
SPARE PARTS
SPARE PARTS
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SITE TOW FOR KHM 300
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This service manual is intended for use by technicians
with electrical/electronic traning, for help in connection
with fault-tracing and/or repair.
Use the wiring diagram on pages M 61.1-2-3-4, 60 and
the description of operation on pages SM 5 when foulttracing.
A brief user guide is included on page M 2, 2.1, 2.5,
2.5.1, 2.7, 4, 6.4, 2.6, 20, 21.1, 22.1, 31, 32, 38.7,
43, 43.3, 44.2, 45, 51, 52, 53 to assist understanding how the machine is used.
The manuals contains details of all design modifications
up to and including May 2000.
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• Install and earth the welding unit in accordance with applicable standards.
• Do not touch live electrical parts or electrodes with bare skin, wet gloves or wet clothing.
• Insulate yourself from earth and the workpiece.
• Ensure your working stance is safe.
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• Keep your head out of the fumes.
• Use ventilation, extraction at the arc, or both, to keep fumes and gases from your breathing zone and the
general area.
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• Protect your eyes and body. Use the correct welding screen and filter lens and wear protective clothing.
• Protect bystanders with suitable screens or curtains.
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• Protect your ears. Use ear defenders or other hearing protection.
• Warm bystanders of the risk.
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environment this product may cause radio interference.
It is the user’s responsibility to take adeguate precaution.
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The engine doesn’t start.
The engine starts badly.
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1) Low battery voltage.
1) Check battery level electrolyte.
2) Defective engine protection
2) Check voltage supply and fuse F - 30 Amp
unit.
3) Defective fuel cut off valve. 3) Check voltage supply.
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1) Defective glow plug.
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1) Check voltage supply and fuse F - 15 Amp
1) Defective fuel cut off valve. 1) Check voltage supply.
2) Defective oil pressure senThe engine stops just
2) Check voltage supply and sensor.
sor.
after starting.
3) Defective temperature sen3) Check voltage supply and sensor
sor.
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The fuel indicator doesn’t
1) Defective fuel sensor.
work.
1) Check voltage supply.
Low battery voltage while
1) Defective battery charge.
running.
1) Check battery charge voltage.
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1) Check the open circuit welding voltage.
If it is OK the main diode bridge is OK.
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1) Defective diode bridge.
2) Defective references on
2) Check reference values.
No welding current but welding PCB.
auxiliary output is OK.
3) Defective diode bridge.
3) Check the thyristors of bridge.
4.1) Is the remote control switch in the local position?
4) Problem with welding cur4.2) Check the supply to the thyristor bridge.
rent control PCB.
If it is OK replace the PCB.
1) Defective diode bridge.
Welds poorly.
1.1) Check the open circuit welding voltage.
If it is OK the diode main bridge is OK.
1.2) If it is 1/3 or 2/3 of the nominal value check the
thyristors and diodes.
2) Problem with welding cur2) If the main diode bridge is OK replace the PCB.
rent control PCB.
Intermittently welds
poorly.
1.1) Check that the pins of the connectors are clean
1) Bad connections to welding
and making good contact.
current PCB.
1.2) Check that shunt connections are tight.
2) Problem with welding cur2) Replace the welding current control PCB.
rent control PCB.
No auxiliary power at the 1) Defective G.F.I (ground fault 1.1) Check operation of G.F.I (ground fault intersockets.
interrupter).
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Turn ignition on and make sure all the LED’s momentarily light up on the Engine Protection Unit.
Check the supply to the Engine Protection Unit.
Measure between terminal 9 and ground (battery
voltage).
The
voltage
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be
between
___12___VDC. and ___13.6___VDC (average value
12.8 VDC).
If there is no supply, check fuse F - 30 Amp.
Check the battery voltage;
It should be between ___12___VDC. and
___13.6___VDC (average value 12.8 VDC).
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tank should be ___0.4___VDC.
The voltage corresponds to an empty tank
should be ___8___VDC.
Check the supply to the glow-plug. Measure between wire 14 and ground while turning the starter
key on the front panel in anti-clokewise direction.
The voltage should be ___10___VDC.
If there is no supply, check fuse F - 15 Amp
Check excitation capacitors. Remove the wires
and busbars from the capacitors and measure the
capacitance between the terminals on each capacitor.
The capacitance for each capacitor should be
97,5 ) ER[[ ) ) ER[[ ) Reconnect busbars and wires to capacitor bank.
Check the supply to the oil pressure sensor. Remove wire number 4 from the sensor and measure
voltage to ground;
it should be___4.8___VDC.
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Check the oil pressure sensor. Measure the resistance between the sensor and ground.
The resistance should be ___0___Ÿ
Check that the battery is being charged.
Measure the voltage across the battery; it should be
___14___VDC.
Check the supply to the water temperature sensor.
Measure between wire number 3 and ground.
The voltage should be ___4.8___VDC.
Check the exitation voltage; it is the three-phase
auxiliary voltage as well. Measure between R1 and
S1, R1 and T1, and S1 and T1 at the capacitors.
The voltage should be ___440___VAC.
D Check the water temperature sensor; the resistance should be ∞ (open circuit)
Check the supply to the fuel cut off valve. Measure
voltage between wire number 12 and ground;
it should be ___10___VDC. For 2 seconds
while starting the engine.
Measure voltage between wire number 7 and ground;
it should be ___14___VDC. with engine running.
Check the supply to the fuel level sensor switch.
Measure between wire number 8 and ground.
The voltage should be between ___12___VDC. and
___13.6___VDC (average value 12.8 VDC).
Check the fuel level sensor. Measure between wire
number 9 and ground.
The voltage should be ___10___VDC.
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Check single phase voltage. Measure between Y
(neutral) and R1, S1 and T1.
The voltage should be ___250___VAC.
Check operation of Ground Fault Interrupter
(G.F.I.). Push test button and check that the circuit
breaker switches off.
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Check the supply to the thyristor bridge. Measure
between RS, SS, and TS.
The voltage should be ___49___VAC.
Check open circuit voltage. Measure across the
welding output terminals.
The voltage should be ___64___VDC.
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With switch in CV position the voltage should
be ___2.6___VDC.
D Check voltage supply to Current/Voltage control
pot. Measure between pin 9 and 6 on connector CN3.
Make sure CV/CC switch is in CV position and the
current range switch is in the max position.
The voltage should be ___2.8___VDC.
Check voltage across pins pin 3 and pin 5 on connector CN3.
With switch in CC position the voltage should
be ___14___VDC.
With switch in CV position the voltage should
be ___6.6___VDC.
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Check Current/Voltage control potentiometer value.
Remove the CN3-cable from PCB. Make sure remote
control switch is in the ‘’Off’’ or ‘’Local’’ position and
that the CV/CC switch is in the CV position. Measure
the resistance between pin 6 and pin 9 on CN3-cable.
The resistance should be ___5k___Ÿ
Check potentiometer operation. Switch settings
should remain the same as in number 20 above.
Measure the resistance between pin 8 and pin 9 on
CN3-cable while turning potentiometer from minimum
to maximum setting.
The resistance should be ___0 – 5k___Ÿ
Reconnect CN3-cable to the PCB. Measure voltage
on PCB. Check voltage across pin 10 and pin 11 on
connector CN3.
With switch in CC position the voltage should
be ___0___VDC.
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Check voltage feedback to PCB. Measure across
pins 13 and 14 at connector CN5 on the PCB. Voltage
should correspond to OCV and it should be
___64___ VDC.
E Check voltage supply to Current/Voltage control
pot. Measure between pin 9 and 7 on connector CN3.
Make sure CV/CC switch is in CC position and the
current range switch is in the max position.
The voltage should be ___2.7___VDC.
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Measure:
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2) Ref A: 20 Volt 5 ms
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Condition:
a) no load
b) max position welding current knob.
Measure:
Between “-“ welding diode bridge and each gate
thyristor (7-8-9).
Note:
switch setting: ON
DIP 1,2,3 – filtering for hall sensor current signal
(no for ESAB machines).
DIP 4,5,6 – filtering – voltage signal.
DIP 7,8 - filtering for shunt current signal (on
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R 49 ⇒ minimum welding current value (turn in clock
wise direction to increase).
R 49 setting: →value checked in factory.
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- between B and F: the voltage should be 45 V.a.c.
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Connect together B and F (temporary connection): you
must have voltage at the welding sockets.
F1RWH - between N and C:
welding voltage to wire feeder instrument
- L – K – J: voltage reference to PCB.
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Check the idle:
Mesure the following:
- engine speed:
it should be 2400 r.p.m.
- frequency at single-phase socket:
it should be 40 Hz
- o.c.v. at welding socket (CC mode):
it should be 38 – 40 VDC
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a) verify the connection wires continuity of:
- secondary winding of D.C. inductor W at the
terminals 3 and 5 of EP1
- current transformer U at the terminals 4 and 6
of EP1
b) check the output voltage between the terminal 8 of EP1
and ground:
the voltage should be 14 VDC.
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- 42 V.a.c. supply
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N 3; NO contact number 12:
it should be 14 VDC the engine must speed
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1) Check the wiring inside the welder for a short circuit between cables or to ground.
2) If the wiring is OK, short circuit the capacitor box to
2) Defective capacitor box.
be sure that it is discharged, disconnect all wires from
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it and check the capacitance.
3) If the capacitor box is OK, disconnect all leads from
the stator except for those going to the capacitor box
12 - 13
No welding output and no 3) Defective stator.
and check the output from the alternator.
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auxiliary power output.
If there is no output from the welding winding and the
auxiliary winding, replace the stator.
4) If there is output from all windings reconnect the
4) Short circuited diode bridge. diode bridge and check if there is welding voltage.
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5) If there is welding voltage connect the auxiliary
5) Short circuit in the line.
power leads one at a time until there is no output; at 12 - 13
this point, the short circuit is in that line.
1) Short circuit in wiring.
1) Setting of welding PCB.
1) Before replacing the PCB, check the dip switches
26 - 27
position and trimmer setting.
No voltage at the welding 1) Defective wire feeder con- 1.1) Check inibit relay N3
sockets in CV mode
nections circuit.
1.2) Check voltage supply SS - TS
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1) Low engine r.p.m. at idle
1) Set engine at right r.p.m. (see engine manual)
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1) Defective connections at 1.1) Verify connections 3, 4, 5 and 6 at EP1
up in CC mode and/or
EP1
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with auxiliary load
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: Alternator
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: Voltmeter
: Welding control PCB
: Welding current regulator
: Current transformer
: Welding sockets
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: D.C. inductor
: Welding diode bridge
D1 : E.P.1 engine protection
E1 : Engine stop solenoid
F1 : Acceleration solenoid
G1 : Fuel level transmitter
H1 : Oil or water thermostat
L1 : Oil pressure switch
M1 : Fuel warning light
N1 : Battery charge warning light
Q1 : Starter key
R1 : Starter motor
S1 : Battery
T1 : Battery charge alternator
U1 : Battery charge voltage regulator
W1: Remote control switch
X1 : Remote control socket
Y1 : Remote control plug
A2 : Remote control welding regulator
C2 : Fuel level gauge
N3 : Relay
G4 : Preheating glow plugs
I4 : Preheating indicator
P4 : Circuit breaker
F6 : Arc-Force selector
M6 : Switch CC/CV
R6 : EMC filter
S6 : Wire feeder supply switch
T6 : Wire feeder socket
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also find an Owner’s manual for the engine, and accessories (if required).
This product has been designed for welding and generation of electrical power for tools and other electrical devices
used in construction; ANY OTHER USE, is not permitted
and we cannot be held responsible for injuries or damages
resulting from such incorrect use.
Our products are made in conformity with the safety norms
in force in order to avoid injury to persons or damage to the
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manual should be transferred to the new owner.
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⇒ Stop engine when fuelling.
⇒ Do not smoke, avoid open flames and sparks, and
do not use electric tools when fueling.
⇒ Unscrew the fuel cap slowly to let out the fuel vapours.
⇒ Do not over-fill the tank.
⇒ Avoid spilling fuel on hot engine.
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the person involved
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Carbonate anhydride (or carbon dioxyde) powder, foam, nebulized water
Avoid the use of water jets
Cover eventual shedding not on fire with foam or sand, use water jets to cool off the surfaces
close to the fire
Wear an autorespiratory mask when heavy smoke is present
Avoid, by appropriate means to have oil sprays over metallic hot surfaces or over electric
contacts (switches,plugs,etc.). In case of oil sprinkling from pressure circuits, keep in mind
that the inflamability point is very low.
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The security measures must satisfy the rules and regulations for engine driven welders.
The information given below is in addition to the local security norms.
⇒ Make sure that the area is safe before starting any
welding operation.
⇒ Do not touch any bare wires, leads or contacts as they
may be live and there is danger of electric shock which can
cause death or serious burns. The electrode and welding
cables, etc. are live when the unit is operating.
⇒ Do not touch any electrical parts or the electrode while
standing in water or with wet hands, feet or clothes.
⇒ Insulate yourself from the work surface while welding.
Use carpets or other insulating materials to avoid physical
contact with the work surface and the floor.
⇒ Always wear dry, insulating gloves, without holes, and
body protection.
⇒ Do not wind cables around the body.
⇒ Use ear protections if the noise level is high.
⇒ Keep flamable material away from the welding area.
⇒ Do not weld on containers which contain flamable material.
⇒ Do not weld near refuellng areas.
⇒ Do not weld on easily flamable surfaces.
⇒ Do not use the welder to defrost (thaw) pipes.
⇒ Remove the electrode from the electrode holder, when
not welding.
⇒ Avoid inhaling fumes by providing a ventilation system
or, if not possible, use an approved air breather.
⇒ Do not work in closed areas where there is no fresh air
flow.
⇒ Protect face and eyes (protective mask with suitable
dark lens and side screens), ears and body (non-flamable
protective clothes).
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that the transportation devices are adequate for the size and weight of the machine.
DO NOT TRANSPORT ACCESSORIES OR OTHER ITEMS WHICH COULD INCREASE THE
WEIGHT AND/OR CHANGE THE CENTER OF GRAVITY OF THE MACHINE.
DO NOT DRAG THE MACHINE OR TOW IT ON PUBLIC ROADS UNLESS IT IS MOUNTED ON A
HOMOLOGATED TRAILER.
Not following these instructions could cause injury or damage to the machine.
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The machines provided for assembling the CTL accessory (slow towing trolley) can be towed up to a PD[LPXP speed of .PVKRXU on asphalted surfaces.
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1) - Lift the generating set (by means of suitable hook).
2) – Slightly fix the jaw (3) of the parking foot to the bar with
the M10x20 screws, the M10 nuts and the washers (so
as to let the foot sprag go through.
3) – Split (unscrewing them) the two parts of the foot (4S-4I)
to be able later to assemble them on the jaw.
4) – Introduce into the jaw (3) the upper part (4S) of the foot
and screw again the lower part (4I), then tighten the
screws (4V) of the jaw to the towbar and block
momentaneously with the lever (4L) the whole foot.
5) – Assemble on the machine the towbar (5) complete of
foot with the M10x20 screws, nuts and washers.
6) - Assemble the axle (7) to the base of the machine with
the M 8x20 screws and relative washers (two per part)
so that their supports coincide.
7) – Introduce on the axle the antidust ring (7A) with folded
edges turned toward the machine.
8) – Insert the wheel (9) on the axle paying attention to the
spacer (8D) which is between the two bearings, then
insert the selfblocking nut (8A) and finally assemble
the shutting cap (8C).
9) – Pump the tyre (9) bringing the pressure to three atms.
10) – Lower the machine to the ground and place the
parking foot definitively (regulating at the best height).
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(slow towing trolley) can be towed up to a PD[LPXP speed
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The accessory cannot be removed from the machine
and used separately (actioned manually or following
vehicles) for the transport of loads or anyway for used
different from the machine movements
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cause overheating of the machine and poor combustion
in the engine
DIESEL ENGINES
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MOVING THE MACHINE
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POSITIONING THE MACHINE
Place the machine on a level surface at a distance of at
least 1,5 m from buildings or other structures.
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has not been damaged during transport.
In case of damage or missing items you must inform
your freight forwarder immediately.
Packing materials must be disposed of
according to local regulations.
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1) Take the machine (C) out of the carton.
Locate the User’s Manual (B), which is
packed together with the engine
manual and accessories in a plastic
envelope (A). This envelope may be
under or inside the machine.
2) Check the rating plate on the machine
and confirm that the serial number and
model are the same as shown on the
packing note/invoice.
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the unit for use refer to the related parts of
this manual.
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the machine.
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maximum level with
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about 30 minutes and
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before filling the tank, stop the engine. Do not fuel in the presence of
open flames.
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immediately before starting up the engine.
In case of spilled acid, rinse with water before putting the
battery back into the machine and reconnecting cables.
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acid.
Pour the cooling liquid through the hole at the
top of the radiator until it reaches the opening.
For the type of cooling liquid to be used and for maintenance of the cooling system, refer to the engine manual..
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the oil dipstick. The level should be
between the minimum and maximum
marks. lf necessary, add more oil.
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up to the level indicated on the filter.
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for the engine (supplied with the machine).
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(ground fault interrupter). This protective device will not
protect the operator unless there is a good ground.
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the grounding point of the machine. Follow all local
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Machines with Isometer protection do not need to be
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Once the above operations have been completed, the
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seconds turn the starter key completely clockwise to the
START position. Once the engine starts release the key and
leave it in the ON postion.
Let the engine run for a few minutes to warm-up before
loading it.
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oil pressure and the engine temperature and shuts down the
engine if the oil pressure is too low or the temperature too
high. In addition the EP1 accelerates the engine when you
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operation when the engine is started and for a few seconds
the shut-down function is inhibited to allow the engine to
start.
ENGINE (green) – pressure and temperature
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pressure
HIGH (red) – shut-down due to high
temperature
“RABBIT” (green) – engine accelerated
The yellow “LOW” will go on when the engine is started. A
warm-up time of 30 seconds has been pre-set and during
this time the “LOW” light will stay on and the engine will not
accelerate. After this time the engine will accelerate when
the EP1 senses the need.
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for temperatures below +10°C.
After 15 seconds the engine will be checked and if everything is operating normally, the green "OK” light will switch
on.
After the “LOW” light has gone out the engine can be accelerated by touching the welding electrode to the work
piece or by switching on a load connected to one of the
auxiliary output sockets.
In the event of insufficient oil pressure, the red light
(PRESS.) will light up and the EP1 will stop the engine. In
the event of high engine temperature, the red light (HIGH)
will light up and the engine will got to minimum rpm. To use
the machine again it is necessary to shut it off, let it cool
down, and find the reason for the overheating.
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does not work. In this case call our Authorized Assistance Centers.
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Oil drain tap
Exhaust tap for tank fuel
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After having prepared the machine (charged the
battery, put in oil and fuel) the machine is ready for
operation.
Before starting the engine please note the following:
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The welder should only be operated by qualified
personnel with experience in working with engine driven welders.
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Check the oil level daily. Fuel should be put in
before starting the engine.
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the engine warm up and before stopping the engine let it run without load to cool down.
Refer to the following instructions regarding the function of the various controls on the front panel.
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the welding current when the CC/CV switch (see
below) is in the CC (constant current) position. Select the appropriate current scale (20 - 300A) for the
size of electrodes to be welded using current range
selector (see below).
The welding current/voltage potentiometer regulates
the welding voltage when the CC/CV switch (see
below) is in the CV (constant voltage) position. Select the correct voltage for the type and size of wire
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tor), the current/voltage is regulated by the remote
control. When the switch is “OFF” the current/voltage
is regulated by the front panel potentiometer.
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Remote control regulates welding current
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feeder connection; on the front panel you can
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by the welding current/voltage regulation potentiometer
(see above).
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the current or voltage at a distance. When the switch
is “ON” (pointing toward the remote control connec-
in this case, behind the front panel, the wires at the
connector are available : follow the letters and colours shown on the terminal strip and on the electrical
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mode.
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The unit is equipped with 4 auxiliary output sockets –
one three phase and three single phase. The voltages depend on the version selected. The three
phase socket requires no protection as the asynchronous alternator protects itself. The single phase
sockets are supplied with thermal circuit breakers
which pop out when overloaded. After they have
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This welder is equipped with base current for improved welding with cellulose electrodes. The base
current functions when the arc force selector is
turned on. This base current can also be used when
welding with wire.
been activated give them a short time to cool down
before re-inserting. If they continue to pop out check
that the load is not too large for the output of the
socket.
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The ground fault interrupter protects the operator
from injury in the event of a ground fault. If it is activated, raise the plastic cover and push the lever up
to reset.
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To start the engine, turn the starter key to the left to
the left (“preheat” position indicated by the symbol
for a glow plug). When the green lamp below the key
(has the same glow plug symbol) goes out, turn the
key clockwise to the “START” position to activate the
starter motor. Once the engine has started return it
to the “ON” position.
To stop the engine turn the key to the “OFF” position
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The EP1 engine protection module shuts down the
engine if the oil pressure is too low or if the engine
temperature is too high. There is a series of LED’s,
which show the status of the engine. The top, yellow
LED lights every time the engine is started and inhibits the acceleration of the engine for about 30 seconds to allow the engine to warm-up. At low temperatures the engine should be kept at idle for several minutes after the LED has gone out before being loaded. After about 15 seconds the green LED
lights up indication that the oil pressure is sufficient
and the engine temperature is not too high. The two
red LED’s light up in the event of an engine shutdown and show whether low oil pressure or high
engine temperature caused the shut down. The last,
green LED lights when the engine is accelerated
(see below).
The EP1 not only protects the engine but it also has
an auto-idle feature, which keeps the engine at low
speed until welding current or auxiliary power is required saving fuel, reducing the noise level and extending the life of the engine. There are two independent sensors – one for welding and one for auxiliary power:
Welding - touching the electrode to the work piece will
accelerate the engine, which will remain accelerated as
long as current is being drawn. If no current is drawn for
about 20-30 seconds the engine will return to low speed.
Auxiliary power – plug the tool or other load into any
socket and turn it on. The engine will accelerate and
remain accelerated as long as current is drawn. If no
current is drawn for about 20-30 seconds the engine will
return to low speed.
Liquid cooled - in case of cooling liquid high temperature,
the warning líght will light up and the engine will be kept
at MINIMUM thus preventíng to draw power.
In this case it is SUGGESTED to stop the engine and
control the cooling líquid level.
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high as 440V. The auxiliary power cannot be used
when it drops below 360V.
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not work when the oil is of low quality because not
changed regularly at intervals as prescribed in the
owner’s engine manual.
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Battery charge indicator – this lamp lights if the battery charging circuit is not operating.
Low fuel level shut down indicator – when the fuel in
the tank is at the reserve level this lamp lights and
the engine is automatically shut down to prevent
getting air in the engine fuel lines.
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level is low but may not remain on after the engine
stops. The battery charge indicator and low oil pressure LED (on EP1) will be on as the engine is
stopped even if the problem is not related to them.
Standard instruments include a fuel level gauge, an
operating hour counter and a voltmeter for the auxiliary power which shows the three phase voltage
(400V). If the voltmeter does not show any voltage
check that the GFI (ground fault interrupter) is inserted. The voltage shown will vary depending on
the load and the welding current being drawn. At no
load and when not welding, the voltage can be as
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• Use suitable tools and wear suitable clothes.
• Do not modify the machine without prior authorization.
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and replacement of mechanical and electrical parts subject
to wear. In addition it refers to the control and topping up or
replacement of fluids such as fuel, oil and battery acid, and
the regular cleaning of the machine.
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and repairs should be carried out by Authorized Service
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Refer to the Engine Manufacturer’s Manual for the maintenance instructions for the engine. Periodic maintenance
should be performed according to the schedule shown in
this manual.
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the aspiration/exhaust ducts of the alternator, the engine or
the housing which could restrict the flow of cooling air.
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Periodically check the condition of the cables and tighten
the connections.
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running.
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breaker.
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Remove the breather caps.
Check the electrolyte level in all compartements and, If
necessary, add distilled water to the indicated level.
Replace the breather caps.
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battery.
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days, it should be stored in a suitable area where it is
protected from the elements to prevent rusting, corrosion
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advisable to start the engine every 10 days and operate it
for 15-30 minutes under load. This will distribute the oil,
recharge the battery and prevent blockage of the injection
system.
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Clean the machine carefully.
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The KHM 300 engine driven welder is a unit which function as:
a) a current source for arc welding
b) an electric auxiliary power generator
It is meant for industrial and professional use, powered by an internal combustion engine. It is composed of an engine,
alternator, electric and electronic controls, and a protective housing.
Type: 3/1-phase, asynchronous, self-excited, self-regulated
Insulation
class
H
T
M
M
3(5)250$1&(
400
230 110V
V
V
c.t.e
$&*(1(5$725
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%
100
100 100
Power
KVA
10
6
4
Voltage
V
400
230 110
Current
A
14.4
26 36.4
Frequency
Hz
50
50
50
Cos
Ø
0.8
0.8 0.8
Make
YANMAR
Model
3 TNE 68
Type
4 - stroke
Displacement
cc
784
Cylinder
nr.
3
(1*,1(
Power (**)
kW ( CV ) 12.9 (17.3)
Speed
rpm
3000
Cooling system
Liquid
Engine oil capacity
liter
~ 2.7
Starter
electric
Battery
12V
60Ah
Acid capacity
liter
5
Fuel
Diesel
Protection
IP
23
Weight,
version
on
base
kg
415
Dimensions Lxwxh version on base
mm
1441x 698x 890
*(1(5$/63(&,),&$7,21 Fuel tank capacity
liter
30
Note :T = three-phase M = single-phase
(**) = Maximum output (not overloadable) according to ISO 3046/1
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+ The output indicated is guaranteed at 20°C and at a pressure of 1 bar (up to 1000 m no correction for atmosphere
pressure is required). At high temperature and above 1000 m altitude the engine output will decrease and the engine
may need adjustment for optional performances.
+ 1% at high altitudes, the standard mix air-fuel is excessively rich, the efficiency of the engine is reduced and,
therefore, the fuel consumption will increase.
+ Max. acoustic power level admitted according to the EEC norms of 17/09/84 n. 84/535-536.
The machine respects the noise limits, expressed in sound power, given in the a.m. directives.
These limits can be used to judge the sound level produced on site.
For example: the sound power level of 100 LWA.
The sound pressure (noise produced) at 7 meters distance is about 75dBA (the limit value less 25).
To calculate the sound level at other distances use this formula:
7²
ry²
dBAx = dBAy + 10 log
At 4 meters the noise level becomes: 75 dBA + 10 log 4² = 80 dBA
rx²
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Max DC welding current
A
Welding current electronic regulation
Striking voltage
Welding voltage
Electrode diameter
(rutile, basic, cellulosic)
A
V
V
mm
0
52
300/35% - 250/60% 200/100%
20 – 300
65
20 - 32
2-6
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below gives the maximum limits to be respected:
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>170 A
0
125 A
3 kVA
75 A
7 kVA
0
10 kVA
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Spare parts are ordered through your nearest ESAB representative, see back cover.
When ordering spare parts, please state machine type and number as well as designation and spare part
number, according to the spare parts list.
This will simplify dispatch and ensure you get the right part.
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“ model of welder and/or generating set
u part number
quantity
+
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15
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19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
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1
1
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0794000064
0794000168
0794000113
0794000057
0794000071
0794000167
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0794000069
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POTENTIOMETER
VOLTMETER
COVER, GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTOR
GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTOR (GFI)
BRACKET
TRANSFORMER
FUEL LEVEL GAUGE
ENGINE CONTROL UNIT, EP1
WARNING LIGHT
WARNING LIGHT
STARTER KEY ASSY
FUSE HOLDER
FUSE
CIRCUIT BREAKER
FUSE HOLDER
FUSE
ACCELERATOR LEVER
EEC SOCKET SINGLE-PHASE
EEC SOCKET SINGLE-PHASE
EEC SOCKET THREE PHASE
CIRCUIT BREAKER
BLACK WELDING SOCKET
RED WELDING SOCKET
FUSE
CONNECTOR
COMMUTATOR
CAP
CIRCUIT BREAKER
HOURMETER
FRONT PANEL
31
1
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FRONT PANEL
32
1
0794000075
COMMUTATOR
33
1
0794000076
SWITCH
34
1
0794000295
TOROID (EMC FILTER)
35
1
0794000099
WELDING CONTROL PCB
36
6
0794000210
SPACER
37
1
0794000098
TERMINAL BOARD
38
2
0794000097
RELAY
39
1
0794000211
CAPACITOR BOX FIXING BRACKET
40
1
0794000212
ELECTRICAL BOX
41
1
0794000213
CAPACITORS BOX
42
3
0794000109
CAPACITORS BOX BRACKET
43
1
0794000245
CAPACITORS BOX
44
1
0794000259
COVER P.C.B.
45
1
0794000297
RELAY
46
1
0794000298
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12V
48V
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32A, 230V 2P+T
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001 – XXX - XXXX
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3 poles
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48
1
0794000215 FAN
49
1
0794000084 RING
50
1
0794000085 BEARING
51
1
0794000216 ALTERNATOR FLANGE
52
1
0794000217 STATOR
53
1
0794000218 FIXING FLANGE
54
3
0794000095 DISC
55
1
YANMAR ENGINE 3TNE68
56
1
0794000123 ACCELERATOR SOLENOID
57
1
0794000219 RING NUT
58
1
0794000220 TIE-ROD
59
1
0794000122 SOLENOID SUPPORT PLATE
60
2
0794000012 VIBRATION-DAMPER PROTECTION
61
2
0794000013 VIBRATION-DAMPER
62
1
0794000221 OIL EXHAUST PIPE
63
1
0794000222 SHAFT WITH ROTOR
64
1
0794000223 VIBRATION-DAMPER
65
4
0794000224 STATOR HOUSING TIE-ROD
66
2
0794000087 ENGINE SUPPORT
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1
0794000225 ALTERNATOR COVER
70
1
0794000226 ROLL-BAR
71
0794000127 GROMMET PIPE
72
1
0794000188 GASKET
73
1
0794000187 FUEL TANK CAP
74
1
0794000227 FUEL LEVEL GAUGE
75
0794000228 GROMMET PIPE
76
1
0794000229 ENGINE EXHAUST COVER
77
1
0794000230 ELECTRICAL BOX COVER
78
1
0794000231 FUEL FILTER
79
2
0794000232 BASE BRIDGE BRACKET
80
1
0794000233 DIODE BRIDGE
81
1
0794000234 REACTOR SUPPORT
82
1
0794000066 INDUCTOR
83
1
0794000115 BRACKET
84
1
0794000103 BATTERY
85
2
0794000102 BATTERY TIE-ROD
86
1
0794000116 BATTERY HOLDER
87
1
0794000235 EXHAUST PIPE
88
1
0794000236 EXHAUST MUFFLER
107
0794000225 GASKET
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91
1
0794000146 TIE-ROD
92
1
0794000145 SPRING
93
1
0794000141 CAP
94
0794000120 GASKET
95
1
0794000238 SEPARATOR GRATE
96
1
0794000239 SEPARATOR GRATE
97
1
0794000240 SEPARATOR GRATE
98
1
0794000241 BOTTOM FRAME
99
1
0794000107 FUEL TANK CAP
100 1
0794000134 GAS PISTON
101 1
0794000242 PLATE
102 1
0794000243 FRONT COVER
103 1
0794000244 LATCH PIN
104 1
0794000142 LATCH
105 2
0794000171 HANDLE
107
0794000120 GASKET
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3
1
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4
1
0794000275
KIT WHEELS AND HANDLES
5
1
0794000276
AXLE
6
1
0794000277
WHEEL
7
1
0794000268
KIT SITE-TOW
8
1
0794000263
PARKING STAND
9
1
0794000269
TOW BAR
10
1
0794000270
KIT WHEELS AND HANDLES
11
1
0794000271
AXLE
12
1
0794000272
WHEEL
13
1
0794000262
KIT SITE-TOW
14
1
0794000263
PARKING STAND
15
1
0794000264
TOW BAR
16
1
0794000265
KIT WHEELS AND HANDLES
17
1
0794000266
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18
1
0794000267
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1
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5
1
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7
1
0794000207
WELDING CURRENT REGULATOR
8
1
0794000280
BOX
9
1
0794000281
HANDLE
11
1
0794000282
REMOTE CONTROL ASSY
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