MAX200 Service Manual - Rapid Welding and Industrial Supplies Ltd

MAX200 Service Manual - Rapid Welding and Industrial Supplies Ltd
MAX200
®
Plasma Arc
Cutting System
Service Manual
801620 – Revision 15
EN50199
EN50192
EN60974-1
MAX200
Plasma Arc Cutting System
Service Manual
(P/N 801620)
for Serial Numbers
beginning with
200-003200
Revision 15 – April, 2008
Hypertherm, Inc.
Hanover, NH USA
www.hypertherm.com
© 2008 Hypertherm, Inc.
All Rights Reserved
Hypertherm and MAX are trademarks of Hypertherm, Inc.
and may be registered in the United States and/or other countries
Hypertherm, Inc.
Etna Road, P.O. Box 5010
Hanover, NH 03755 USA
603-643-3441 Tel (Main Office)
603-643-5352 Fax (All Departments)
[email protected] (Main Office Email)
800-643-9878 Tel (Technical Service)
[email protected] (Technical Service Email)
800-737-2978 Tel (Customer Service)
[email protected] (Customer Service Email)
Hypertherm Automation
5 Technology Drive, Suite 300
West Lebanon, NH 03784 USA
603-298-7970 Tel
603-298-7977 Fax
Hypertherm Plasmatechnik GmbH
Technologiepark Hanau
Rodenbacher Chaussee 6
D-63457 Hanau-Wolfgang, Deutschland
49 6181 58 2100 Tel
49 6181 58 2134 Fax
49 6181 58 2123 (Technical Service)
Hypertherm (S) Pte Ltd.
No. 19 Kaki Bukit Road 2
K.B. Warehouse Complex
Singapore 417847, Republic of Singapore
65 6 841 2489 Tel
65 6 841 2490 Fax
65 6 841 2489 (Technical Service)
Hypertherm (Shanghai) Trading Co., Ltd.
Unit 1308-09, Careri Building
432 West Huai Hai Road
Shanghai, 200052
PR China
86-21 5258 3330/1 Tel
86-21 5258 3332 Fax
Hypertherm
Branch of Hypertherm, UK, UC
PO Box 244
Wigan, Lancashire, England WN8 7WU
00 800 3324 9737 Tel
00 800 4973 7329 Fax
00 800 4973 7843 (Technical Service)
1/19/07
France (Representative office)
15 Impasse des Rosiers
95610 Eragny, France
00 800 3324 9737 Tel
00 800 4973 7329 Fax
Hypertherm S.r.l.
Via Torino 2
20123 Milano, Italia
39 02 725 46 312 Tel
39 02 725 46 400 Fax
39 02 725 46 314 (Technical Service)
Hypertherm Europe B.V.
Vaartveld 9
4704 SE Roosendaal, Nederland
31 165 596907 Tel
31 165 596901 Fax
31 165 596908 Tel (Marketing)
31 165 596900 Tel (Technical Service)
00 800 49 73 7843 Tel (Technical Service)
Hypertherm Japan Ltd.
801 Samty Will Building
2-40 Miyahara 1-Chome,
Yodogawa-ku, Osaka
532-0003, Japan
81 6 6170 2020 Tel
81 6 6170 2015 Fax
HYPERTHERM BRASIL LTDA.
Avenida Doutor Renato de
Andrade Maia 350
Parque Renato Maia
CEP 07114-000
Guarulhos, SP Brasil
55 11 6409 2636 Tel
55 11 6408 0462 Fax
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
EMC Introduction
Hypertherm’s CE-marked equipment is built in compliance
with standard EN60974-10. The equipment should be
installed and used in accordance with the information
below to achieve electromagnetic compatibility.
The limits required by EN60974-10 may not be adequate
to completely eliminate interference when the affected
equipment is in close proximity or has a high degree of
sensitivity. In such cases it may be necessary to use other
measures to further reduce interference.
This cutting equipment is designed for use only in an
industrial environment.
Installation and use
The user is responsible for installing and using the plasma
equipment according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
If electromagnetic disturbances are detected then it shall
be the responsibility of the user to resolve the situation
with the technical assistance of the manufacturer. In some
cases this remedial action may be as simple as earthing
the cutting circuit, see Earthing of Workpiece. In other
cases it could involve constructing an electromagnetic
screen enclosing the power source and the work
complete with associated input filters. In all cases
electromagnetic disturbances must be reduced to the
point where they are no longer troublesome.
Assessment of area
Before installing the equipment the user shall make an
assessment of potential electromagnetic problems in the
surrounding area. The following shall be taken into
account:
a. Other supply cables, control cables, signalling and
telephone cables; above, below and adjacent to the
cutting equipment.
b. Radio and television transmitters and receivers.
h. Time of day that cutting or other activities are to be
carried out.
The size of the surrounding area to be considered will
depend on the structure of the building and other
activities that are taking place. The surrounding area may
extend beyond the boundaries of the premises.
Methods of reducing emissions
Mains supply
Cutting equipment must be connected to the mains
supply according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
If interference occurs, it may be necessary to take
additional precautions such as filtering of the mains supply.
Consideration should be given to shielding the supply
cable of permanently installed cutting equipment, in
metallic conduit or equivalent. Shielding should be
electrically continuous throughout its length. The shielding
should be connected to the cutting mains supply so that
good electrical contact is maintained between the conduit
and the cutting power source enclosure.
Maintenance of cutting equipment
The cutting equipment must be routinely maintained
according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. All
access and service doors and covers should be closed
and properly fastened when the cutting equipment is in
operation. The cutting equipment should not be modified
in any way except for those changes and adjustments
covered in the manufacturer’s instructions. In particular,
the spark gaps of arc striking and stabilizing devices
should be adjusted and maintained according to the
manufacturer’s recommendations.
Cutting cables
The cutting cables should be kept as short as possible
and should be positioned close together, running at or
close to the floor level.
c. Computer and other control equipment.
d. Safety critical equipment, for example guarding of
industrial equipment.
e. Health of the people around, for example the use of
pacemakers and hearing aids.
f. Equipment used for calibration or measurement.
g. Immunity of other equipment in the environment. User
shall ensure that other equipment being used in the
environment is compatible. This may require additional
protection measures.
Hypertherm
Equipotential bonding
Bonding of all metallic components in the cutting
installation and adjacent to it should be considered.
However, metallic components bonded to the workpiece
will increase the risk that the operator could receive a
shock by touching these metallic components and the
electrode (nozzle for laser heads) at the same time.
The operator should be insulated from all such bonded
metallic components.
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Earthing of workpiece
Where the workpiece is not bonded to earth for electrical
safety, nor connected to earth because of its size and
position, for example, ship’s hull or building steelwork, a
connection bonding the workpiece to earth may reduce
emissions in some, but not all instances. Care should be
taken to prevent the earthing of the workpiece increasing
the risk of injury to users, or damage to other electrical
equipment. Where necessary, the connection of the
workpiece to earth should be made by a direct
connection to the workpiece, but in some countries where
direct connection is not permitted, the bonding should be
achieved by suitable capacitances selected according to
national regulations.
Note: the cutting circuit may or may not be earthed for
safety reasons. Changing the earthing arrangements
should only be authorized by a person who is competent
to assess whether the changes will increase the risk of
injury, for example, by allowing parallel cutting current
return paths which may damage the earth circuits of other
equipment. Further guidance is given in IEC/TS 62081
Arc Welding Equipment Installation and Use.
Screening and shielding
Selective screening and shielding of other cables
and equipment in the surrounding area may alleviate
problems of interference. Screening of the entire
plasma cutting installation may be considered for
special applications.
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WARRANTY
Attention
Certification test marks
Genuine Hypertherm parts are the factory-recommended
replacement parts for your Hypertherm system. Any
damage caused by the use of other than genuine
Hypertherm parts may not be covered by the
Hypertherm warranty.
Certified products are identified by one or more
certification test marks from accredited testing laboratories.
The certification test marks are located on or near the data
plate. Each certification test mark means that the product
and its safety-critical components conform to the relevant
national safety standards as reviewed by that testing
laboratory. Hypertherm places a certification test mark on
its products only after that product is manufactured with
safety-critical components that have been authorized by the
accredited testing laboratory.
You are responsible for the safe use of the Product.
Hypertherm does not and cannot make any guarantee
or warranty regarding the safe use of the Product in
your environment.
General
Hypertherm, Inc. warrants that its Products shall be free
from defects in materials and workmanship, if Hypertherm
is notified of a defect (i) with respect to the power supply
within a period of two (2) years from the date of its delivery
to you, with the exception of Powermax Series power
supplies, which shall be within a period of three (3) years
from the date of delivery to you, and (ii) with respect to the
torch and leads within a period of one (1) year from its date
of delivery to you, and with respect to torch lifter
assemblies within a period of one (1) year from its date of
delivery to you, and with respect to laser heads within a
period of one (1) year from its date of delivery to you. This
warranty shall not apply to any Product which has been
incorrectly installed, modified, or otherwise damaged.
Hypertherm, at its sole option, shall repair, replace, or
adjust, free of charge, any defective Products covered by
this warranty which shall be returned with Hypertherm’s
prior authorization (which shall not be unreasonably
withheld), properly packed, to Hypertherm’s place of
business in Hanover, New Hampshire, or to an authorized
Hypertherm repair facility, all costs, insurance and freight
prepaid. Hypertherm shall not be liable for any repairs,
replacement, or adjustments of Products covered by this
warranty, except those made pursuant to this paragraph or
with Hypertherm’s prior written consent. The warranty
above is exclusive and is in lieu of all other
warranties, express, implied, statutory, or otherwise
with respect to the Products or as to the results
which may be obtained therefrom, and all implied
warranties or conditions of quality or of
merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or
against infringement. The foregoing shall constitute
the sole and exclusive remedy for any breach by
Hypertherm of its warranty. Distributors/OEMs may
offer different or additional warranties, but Distributors/
OEMs are not authorized to give any additional warranty
protection to you or make any representation to you
purporting to be binding upon Hypertherm.
Hypertherm
Once the product has left the Hypertherm factory, the
certification test marks are invalidated if any of the following
occurs:
• The product is significantly modified in a manner that
creates a hazard or non-conformance.
• Safety-critical components are replaced with
unauthorized spare parts.
• Any unauthorized assembly or accessory that uses or
generates a hazardous voltage is added.
• There is any tampering with a safety circuit or other
feature that is designed into the product as part of the
certification.
CE marking constitutes a manufacturer’s declaration of
conformity to applicable European directives and
standards. Only those versions of Hypertherm products
with a CE Marking located on or near the data plate have
been tested for compliance with the European Low Voltage
Directive and the European EMC Directive. EMC filters
needed to comply with the European EMC Directive are
incorporated within versions of the power supply with a
CE Marking.
Patent indemnity
Except only in cases of products not manufactured by
Hypertherm or manufactured by a person other than
Hypertherm not in strict conformity with Hypertherm’s
specifications and in cases of designs, processes,
formulae, or combinations not developed or purported to
be developed by Hypertherm, Hypertherm will defend or
settle, at its own expense, any suit or proceeding brought
against you alleging that the use of the Hypertherm
product, alone and not in combination with any other
product not supplied by Hypertherm, infringes any patent of
any third party. You shall notify Hypertherm promptly upon
learning of any action or threatened action in connection
with any such alleged infringement, and Hypertherm’s
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obligation to indemnify shall be conditioned upon
Hypertherm’s sole control of, and the indemnified party’s
cooperation and assistance in, the defense of the claim.
Limitation of liability
In no event shall Hypertherm be liable to any person
or entity for any incidental, consequential, indirect,
or punitive damages (including but not limited to
lost profits) regardless of whether such liability is
based on breach of contract, tort, strict liability,
breach of warranties, failure of essential purpose or
otherwise and even if advised of the possibility of
such damages.
Liability cap
Proper disposal of Hypertherm
products
Hypertherm plasma cutting systems, like all electronic
products, may contain materials or components, such as
printed circuit boards, that cannot be discarded with
ordinary waste. It is your responsibility to dispose of any
Hypertherm product or component part in an
environmentally acceptable manner according to national
and local codes.
• In the United States, check all federal, state, and local
laws.
• In the European Union, check the EU directives, national,
and local laws. For more information, visit
www.hypertherm.com/weee.
• In other countries, check national and local laws.
In no event shall Hypertherm’s liability, whether such
liability is based on breach of contract, tort, strict
liability, breach of warranties, failure of essential
purpose or otherwise, for any claim action suit or
proceeding arising out of or relating to the use of
the Products exceed in the aggregate the amount
paid for the Products that gave rise to such claim.
Insurance
At all times you will have and maintain insurance in such
quantities and types, and with coverage sufficient and
appropriate to defend and to hold Hypertherm harmless
in the event of any cause of action arising from the use of
the Products.
National and Local codes
National and Local codes governing plumbing and
electrical installation shall take precedent over any
instructions contained in this manual. In no event shall
Hypertherm be liable for injury to persons or property
damage by reason of any code violation or poor work
practices.
Transfer of rights
You may transfer any remaining rights you may have
hereunder only in connection with the sale of all or
substantially all of your assets or capital stock to a
successor in interest who agrees to be bound by all of the
terms and conditions of this Warranty.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)....................................................................................................................................i
Warranty.......................................................................................................................................................................................iii
Section 1 SAFETY..................................................................................................................................................................1-1
Recognize safety information...................................................................................................................................................................1-2
Follow safety instructions .........................................................................................................................................................................1-2
Cutting can cause fire or explosion........................................................................................................................................................1-2
Electric shock can kill ................................................................................................................................................................................1-3
Static electricity can damage circuit boards........................................................................................................................................1-3
Toxic fumes can cause injury or death ..................................................................................................................................................1-4
A plasma arc can cause injury and burns .............................................................................................................................................1-5
Arc rays can burn eyes and skin .............................................................................................................................................................1-5
Grounding safety ........................................................................................................................................................................................1-5
Compressed gas equipment safety .......................................................................................................................................................1-6
Gas cylinders can explode if damaged .................................................................................................................................................1-6
Noise can damage hearing ......................................................................................................................................................................1-6
Pacemaker and hearing aid operation ...................................................................................................................................................1-6
A plasma arc can damage frozen pipes ................................................................................................................................................1-6
Additional safety information....................................................................................................................................................................1-6
Warning labels ............................................................................................................................................................................................1-7
Section 1a SECURITE.......................................................................................................................................................1a-1
Identifier les consignes de sécurité .....................................................................................................................................................1a-2
Suivre les instructions de sécurité .......................................................................................................................................................1a-2
Le coupage peut provoquer un incendie ou une explosion ...........................................................................................................1a-2
Les chocs électriques peuvent être fatals..........................................................................................................................................1a-3
L’électricité statique peut endommager les cartes de circuits imprimés ....................................................................................1a-3
Les vapeurs toxiques peuvent provoquer des blessures ou la mort ............................................................................................1a-4
L’arc plasma peut provoquer des blessures ou des brûlures........................................................................................................1a-5
Les rayons de l’arc peuvent brûler les yeux et la peau ....................................................................................................................1a-5
Mise à la masse et à la terre ..................................................................................................................................................................1a-5
Sécurité des bouteilles de gaz comprimé ..........................................................................................................................................1a-6
Les bouteilles de gaz comprimé peuvent exploser en cas de dommages .................................................................................1a-6
Le bruit peut provoquer des problèmes auditifs ...............................................................................................................................1a-6
Pacemakers et prothèses auditives .....................................................................................................................................................1a-6
Un arc plasma peut endommager les tuyaux gelés..........................................................................................................................1a-6
Étiquettes de sécurité .............................................................................................................................................................................1a-7
Seccíon 1b SEGURIDAD ................................................................................................................................................1b-1
Reconocimiento de información de seguridad .................................................................................................................................1b-2
Siga las instrucciones de seguridad ...................................................................................................................................................1b-2
Los cortes pueden provocar incendios o explosiones....................................................................................................................1b-2
El choque eléctrico puede provocar la muerte .................................................................................................................................1b-3
Electricidad estática puede dañar tablillas de circuito....................................................................................................................1b-3
Humos tóxicos pueden causar lesiones o muerte ...........................................................................................................................1b-4
El arco de plasma puede causar lesiones y quemaduras ..............................................................................................................1b-5
Los rayos del arco pueden producir quemaduras en los ojos y en la piel .................................................................................1b-5
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Seguridad de toma a tierra ....................................................................................................................................................................1b-5
Seguridad de los equipos de gas comprimido .................................................................................................................................1b-6
Los cilindros de gas pueden explotar si están dañados.................................................................................................................1b-6
El ruido puede deteriorar la audición ..................................................................................................................................................1b-6
Operación de marcapasos y de audífonos ........................................................................................................................................1b-6
Un arco plasma puede dañar tubos congelados .............................................................................................................................1b-6
Etiquetas de advertencia........................................................................................................................................................................1b-7
Section 2 INTRODUCTION & SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................................................2-1
General .........................................................................................................................................................................................................2-2
Product Specifications..............................................................................................................................................................................2-3
MAX200 Power Supplies ..............................................................................................................................................................2-3
MAX200 CE Power Supplies .......................................................................................................................................................2-4
PAC200T (90° & 65°) Cutting/PAC200E (65°) Gouging/MAX200 Rev 1 90° Hand Torches ...................................2-5
MAX200 Rev 1 Machine Torch ....................................................................................................................................................2-5
Switch Remote (SR) V/C Control................................................................................................................................................2-5
Digital Remote (DR) V/C Control.................................................................................................................................................2-6
Programmable Remote (PR) V/C Control..................................................................................................................................2-6
Initial Height Sensing ......................................................................................................................................................................2-6
Water Muffler ....................................................................................................................................................................................2-6
Section 3 MAINTENANCE..................................................................................................................................................3-1
Introduction..................................................................................................................................................................................................3-2
Routine Maintenance.................................................................................................................................................................................3-3
Torch and Torch Leads ..................................................................................................................................................................3-3
Torch Coolant ...................................................................................................................................................................................3-3
Power Supply....................................................................................................................................................................................3-3
Theory of Operation: “Chopper” Power Supply..................................................................................................................................3-4
Introduction .......................................................................................................................................................................................3-4
Circuit Description...........................................................................................................................................................................3-4
Theory of Operation: High Frequency ...................................................................................................................................................3-6
Introduction .......................................................................................................................................................................................3-6
Circuit Description...........................................................................................................................................................................3-6
Sequence of Events...................................................................................................................................................................................3-7
Initial Checks.............................................................................................................................................................................................3-13
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................................................................................3-16
Test Procedures.......................................................................................................................................................................................3-30
Arc Transfer Test Procedure ......................................................................................................................................................3-30
Chopper Module Test Procedure..............................................................................................................................................3-31
Voltage Divider Test Procedure (Machine-Torch Systems) ................................................................................................3-33
MAX200 Rev 1 90° Hand Torch Removal and Replacement ......................................................................................................3-34
Removal ...........................................................................................................................................................................................3-34
Replacement...................................................................................................................................................................................3-34
MAX200 Rev 1 90° Hand Torch Lead Set and Individual Leads Removal and Replacement .............................................3-36
Torch Lead Set ..............................................................................................................................................................................3-36
Removal ......................................................................................................................................................................................3-36
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Replacement .............................................................................................................................................................................3-36
Individual Torch Leads .................................................................................................................................................................3-36
Removal ......................................................................................................................................................................................3-36
Replacement .............................................................................................................................................................................3-38
MAX200 Rev 1 90° Hand Torch Lead Set Assemblies.......................................................................................................3-39
MAX200 Rev 1 Machine Torch Removal and Replacement ........................................................................................................3-40
Removal ...........................................................................................................................................................................................3-40
Replacement...................................................................................................................................................................................3-40
MAX200 Rev 1 Machine Torch Lead Set and Individual Leads Removal and Replacement ...............................................3-42
Torch Lead Set ..............................................................................................................................................................................3-42
Removal ......................................................................................................................................................................................3-42
Replacement .............................................................................................................................................................................3-42
Individual Torch Leads .................................................................................................................................................................3-44
Removal ......................................................................................................................................................................................3-44
Replacement .............................................................................................................................................................................3-44
PAC200T/E Torches Removal and Replacement ..........................................................................................................................3-46
Removal ...........................................................................................................................................................................................3-46
Replacement...................................................................................................................................................................................3-46
PAC200T/E Torch Lead Assembly Removal and Replacement ................................................................................................3-48
Removal ...........................................................................................................................................................................................3-48
Replacement...................................................................................................................................................................................3-48
Increase or Decrease PAC200T/E Torch Lead Length .................................................................................................................3-50
Adjust Plasma Gas........................................................................................................................................................................3-53
Section 4 PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................................................4-1
Introduction..................................................................................................................................................................................................4-2
Front Wall Outside – MAX200 Power Supply....................................................................................................................................4-5
Control Panel SA – MAX200 Power Supply.......................................................................................................................................4-7
Base Plate – MAX200 Power Supply ...................................................................................................................................................4-9
Plasma Gas SA – MAX200 Power Supply .......................................................................................................................................4-11
Center Wall Left Side – MAX200 Power Supply ............................................................................................................................4-13
Center Wall Right Side – MAX200 Power Supply .........................................................................................................................4-15
Front Wall Inside – MAX200 Power Supply .....................................................................................................................................4-17
Chopper SA Front Wall Inside Left – MAX200 Power Supply ....................................................................................................4-19
Chopper SA Front Wall Inside Right – MAX200 Power Supply..................................................................................................4-21
Rear Wall Inside – MAX200 Power Supply ......................................................................................................................................4-23
Spark Gap Assembly – MAX200 Power Supply .............................................................................................................................4-25
High Frequency and I/O PCB – MAX200 Power Supply..............................................................................................................4-27
Rear Wall Outside – MAX200 Power Supply ..................................................................................................................................4-29
Recommended Spare Parts ..................................................................................................................................................................4-30
MAX200 Rev 1 Hand Torch Consumables.......................................................................................................................................4-33
Hand Torch Consumable Parts Kit ......................................................................................................................................................4-33
MAX200 Rev 1 Hand Torch Assemblies ...........................................................................................................................................4-35
Hand Torch Lead Assembly Parts .......................................................................................................................................................4-36
Hand Torch Lead Extensions ................................................................................................................................................................4-37
MAX200 Machine Torch Consumables .............................................................................................................................................4-39
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Machine Torch Consumable Parts Kits ..............................................................................................................................................4-40
MAX200 Machine Torch Assembly.....................................................................................................................................................4-41
Machine Torch Lead Assemblies .........................................................................................................................................................4-44
Switch Remote (SR) V/C Control ......................................................................................................................................................4-51
Digital Remote (DR) V/C Control .......................................................................................................................................................4-53
Programmable Remote (PR) V/C Control ........................................................................................................................................4-55
Inductive IHS Control Module...............................................................................................................................................................4-57
MAX200 Power Supply Internal Hosing ............................................................................................................................................4-58
Machine and Remote Cables.................................................................................................................................................4-59 to 4-63
Inductive IHS Torch Mounting Assembly ...........................................................................................................................................4-64
Interconnecting Leads for Inductive IHS System.............................................................................................................................4-67
IHS Fittings Kit..........................................................................................................................................................................................4-69
Hold Cable ................................................................................................................................................................................................4-70
MAX200T/E Hand Torch Systems ......................................................................................................................................................4-71
PAC200T/E Trigger Torch Consumables..........................................................................................................................................4-72
PAC200T Consumable Parts Kit 028750.........................................................................................................................................4-74
PAC200E Consumable Parts Kit 028751 ........................................................................................................................................4-74
PAC200T (90°) Cutting Torch Assembly .........................................................................................................................................4-76
PAC200T (90°) Cutting Torch Assembly 25 Ft ...............................................................................................................................4-76
PAC200T (65°) Cutting Torch Assembly .........................................................................................................................................4-78
PAC200T (65°) Cutting Torch Assembly 25 Ft ...............................................................................................................................4-78
PAC200E Gouging Torch Assembly .................................................................................................................................................4-79
PAC200E Gouging Torch Assembly 25 Ft.......................................................................................................................................4-79
Trigger Torch 25-Foot Lead Assembly (Torch to Power Supply) ................................................................................................4-81
Extended Leads........................................................................................................................................................................................4-82
Trigger Torch 25-Foot Lead Assembly (Torch to Extension Box) ................................................................................................4-83
APPENDIX A TORCH COOLANT REQUIREMENTS & COOLANT MSDS ................................................................a-1
APPENDIX B ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC) ...................................................................................b-1
APPENDIX C WIRING DIAGRAMS ...................................................................................................................................c-1
Switch Remote (SR) Wiring Diagram....................................................................................................................................................c-2
Digital Remote (DR) Signal/AC Diagram..............................................................................................................................................c-3
Programmable Remote (PR) Signal/AC Diagram...............................................................................................................................c-4
Initial Height Sensing (IHS) Wiring Diagram........................................................................................................................................c-5
MAX200 Electrical Schematic & Block Diagram ......................................................................................................................013179
Coolant System Schematic & Diagram .......................................................................................................................................029313
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Section 1
SAFETY
In this section:
Recognize safety information ...................................................................................................................................1-2
Follow safety instructions..........................................................................................................................................1-2
Cutting can cause fire or explosion...........................................................................................................................1-2
Electric shock can kill................................................................................................................................................1-3
Static electricity can damage circuit boards..............................................................................................................1-3
Toxic fumes can cause injury or death......................................................................................................................1-4
A plasma arc can cause injury and burns .................................................................................................................1-5
Arc rays can burn eyes and skin...............................................................................................................................1-5
Grounding safety ......................................................................................................................................................1-5
Compressed gas equipment safety ..........................................................................................................................1-6
Gas cylinders can explode if damaged .....................................................................................................................1-6
Noise can damage hearing .......................................................................................................................................1-6
Pacemaker and hearing aid operation ......................................................................................................................1-6
A plasma arc can damage frozen pipes....................................................................................................................1-6
Additional safety information.....................................................................................................................................1-6
Warning labels ..........................................................................................................................................................1-7
Hypertherm Plasma Systems
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RECOGNIZE SAFETY INFORMATION • Keep your machine in proper working condition.
The symbols shown in this section are used to identify
potential hazards. When you see a safety symbol in this
manual or on your machine, understand the potential
for personal injury, and follow the related instructions to
avoid the hazard.
FOLLOW SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read carefully all safety messages in this manual and
safety labels on your machine.
• Keep the safety labels on your machine in good
condition. Replace missing or damaged labels
immediately.
• Learn how to operate the machine and how to use
the controls properly. Do not let anyone operate it
without instruction.
Unauthorized modifications to the machine may
affect safety and machine service life.
DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
A signal word DANGER or WARNING is used with a
safety symbol. DANGER identifies the most serious
hazards.
• DANGER and WARNING safety labels are located
on your machine near specific hazards.
• WARNING safety messages precede related
instructions in this manual that may result in injury
or death if not followed correctly.
• CAUTION safety messages precede related
instructions in this manual that may result in
damage to equipment if not followed correctly.
CUTTING CAN CAUSE FIRE OR EXPLOSION
Fire prevention
• Be sure the area is safe before doing any cutting.
Keep a fire extinguisher nearby.
• Remove all flammables within 35 feet (10 m) of the
cutting area.
• Quench hot metal or allow it to cool before handling
or before letting it touch combustible materials.
• Never cut containers with potentially flammable
materials inside – they must be emptied and
properly cleaned first.
• Ventilate potentially flammable atmospheres
before cutting.
• When cutting with oxygen as the plasma gas, an
exhaust ventilation system is required.
Explosion prevention
• Do not use the plasma system if explosive dust or
vapors may be present.
• Do not cut pressurized cylinders, pipes, or any
closed container.
• Do not cut containers that have held combustible
materials.
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WARNING
Explosion Hazard
Argon-Hydrogen and Methane
Hydrogen and methane are flammable gases that
present an explosion hazard. Keep flames away from
cylinders and hoses that contain methane or hydrogen
mixtures. Keep flames and sparks away from the torch
when using methane or argon-hydrogen plasma.
WARNING
Hydrogen Detonation
with Aluminum Cutting
• When cutting aluminum underwater, or with the
water touching the underside of the aluminum, free
hydrogen gas may collect under the workpiece and
detonate during plasma cutting operations.
• Install an aeration manifold on the floor of the water
table to eliminate the possibility of hydrogen
detonation. Refer to the Appendix section of this
manual for aeration manifold details.
Hypertherm Plasma Systems
SAFETY
ELECTRIC SHOCK CAN KILL
Touching live electrical parts can cause a fatal shock
or severe burn.
• Operating the plasma system completes an
electrical circuit between the torch and the
workpiece. The workpiece and anything touching
the workpiece are part of the electrical circuit.
• Never touch the torch body, workpiece or the
water in a water table when the plasma system
is operating.
Electric shock prevention
All Hypertherm plasma systems use high voltage
in the cutting process (200 to 400 VDC are
common). Take the following precautions when
operating this system:
• Wear insulated gloves and boots, and keep your
body and clothing dry.
• Do not stand, sit or lie on – or touch – any wet
surface when using the plasma system.
• Insulate yourself from work and ground using dry
insulating mats or covers big enough to prevent any
physical contact with the work or ground. If you must
work in or near a damp area, use extreme caution.
• Provide a disconnect switch close to the power
supply with properly sized fuses. This switch allows
the operator to turn off the power supply quickly in
an emergency situation.
• When using a water table, be sure that it is correctly
connected to earth ground.
• Install and ground this equipment according to the
instruction manual and in accordance with national
and local codes.
• Inspect the input power cord frequently for damage
or cracking of the cover. Replace a damaged power
cord immediately. Bare wiring can kill.
• Inspect and replace any worn or damaged torch
leads.
• Do not pick up the workpiece, including the waste
cutoff, while you cut. Leave the workpiece in place
or on the workbench with the work cable attached
during the cutting process.
• Before checking, cleaning or changing torch parts,
disconnect the main power or unplug the power
supply.
• Never bypass or shortcut the safety interlocks.
• Before removing any power supply or system
enclosure cover, disconnect electrical input power.
Wait 5 minutes after disconnecting the main power
to allow capacitors to discharge.
• Never operate the plasma system unless the power
supply covers are in place. Exposed power supply
connections present a severe electrical hazard.
• When making input connections, attach proper
grounding conductor first.
• Each Hypertherm plasma system is designed to be
used only with specific Hypertherm torches. Do not
substitute other torches which could overheat and
present a safety hazard.
STATIC ELECTRICITY CAN DAMAGE CIRCUIT BOARDS
Use proper precautions when handling printed
circuit boards.
Hypertherm Plasma Systems
• Store PC boards in anti-static containers.
• Wear a grounded wrist strap when handling
PC boards.
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SAFETY
TOXIC FUMES CAN CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH
The plasma arc by itself is the heat source used for
cutting. Accordingly, although the plasma arc has not
been identified as a source of toxic fumes, the
material being cut can be a source of toxic fumes or
gases that deplete oxygen.
Fumes produced vary depending on the metal that is
cut. Metals that may release toxic fumes include, but
are not limited to, stainless steel, carbon steel, zinc
(galvanized), and copper.
In some cases, the metal may be coated with a
substance that could release toxic fumes. Toxic
coatings include, but are not limited to, lead (in some
paints), cadmium (in some paints and fillers), and
beryllium.
Gases produced by plasma cutting vary based on the
material to be cut and the method of cutting, but may
include ozone, oxides of nitrogen, hexavalent
chromium, hydrogen, and other substances if such
are contained in or released by the material being cut.
Caution should be taken to minimize exposure to
fumes produced by any industrial process. Depending
upon the chemical composition and concentration of
the fumes (as well as other factors, such as
ventilation), there may be a risk of physical illness,
such as birth defects or cancer.
It is the responsibility of the equipment and site owner
to test the air quality in the area where the equipment
is used and to ensure that the air quality in the
workplace meets all local and national standards
and regulations.
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The air quality level in any relevant workplace
depends on site-specific variables such as:
• Table design (wet, dry, underwater).
• Material composition, surface finish, and
composition of coatings.
• Volume of material removed.
• Duration of cutting or gouging.
• Size, air volume, ventilation and filtration of the
work area.
• Personal protective equipment.
• Number of welding and cutting systems in
operation.
• Other site processes that may produce fumes.
If the workplace must conform to national or local
regulations, only monitoring or testing done at the site
can determine whether the site is above or below
allowable levels.
To reduce the risk of exposure to fumes:
• Remove all coatings and solvents from the metal
before cutting.
• Use local exhaust ventilation to remove fumes from
the air.
• Do not inhale fumes. Wear an air-supplied
respirator when cutting any metal coated with,
containing, or suspected to contain toxic elements.
• Assure that those using welding or cutting
equipment, as well as air-supplied respiration
devices, are qualified and trained in the proper use
of such equipment.
• Never cut containers with potentially toxic materials
inside. Empty and properly clean the container first.
• Monitor or test the air quality at the site as needed.
• Consult with a local expert to implement a site plan
to ensure safe air quality.
Hypertherm Plasma Systems
SAFETY
A PLASMA ARC CAN CAUSE INJURY AND BURNS
Instant-on torches
Plasma arc comes on immediately when the torch
switch is activated.
The plasma arc will cut quickly through gloves
and skin.
• Keep away from the torch tip.
• Do not hold metal near the cutting path.
• Never point the torch toward yourself or others.
ARC RAYS CAN BURN EYES AND SKIN
Eye protection Plasma arc rays produce intense
visible and invisible (ultraviolet and infrared) rays that
can burn eyes and skin.
• Use eye protection in accordance with applicable
national or local codes.
• Wear eye protection (safety glasses or goggles with
side shields, and a welding helmet) with appropriate
lens shading to protect your eyes from the arc’s
ultraviolet and infrared rays.
Arc current
Up to 100 A
100-200 A
200-400 A
Over 400 A
Lens shade
AWS (USA)
ISO 4850
No. 8
No. 11
No. 10
No. 11-12
No. 12
No. 13
No. 14
No. 14
GROUNDING SAFETY
Work cable Attach the work cable securely to the
workpiece or the work table with good metal-to-metal
contact. Do not connect it to the piece that will fall
away when the cut is complete.
Work table Connect the work table to an earth
ground, in accordance with appropriate national or
local electrical codes.
Hypertherm Plasma Systems
Skin protection Wear protective clothing to protect
against burns caused by ultraviolet light, sparks and
hot metal.
• Gauntlet gloves, safety shoes and hat.
• Flame-retardant clothing to cover all exposed areas.
• Cuffless trousers to prevent entry of sparks and
slag.
• Remove any combustibles, such as a butane lighter
or matches, from your pockets before cutting.
Cutting area Prepare the cutting area to reduce
reflection and transmission of ultraviolet light:
• Paint walls and other surfaces with dark colors to
reduce reflection.
• Use protective screens or barriers to protect others
from flash and glare.
• Warn others not to watch the arc. Use placards
or signs.
Input power
• Be sure to connect the power cord ground wire to
the ground in the disconnect box.
• If installation of the plasma system involves
connecting the power cord to the power supply, be
sure to connect the power cord ground wire
properly.
• Place the power cord's ground wire on the stud first,
then place any other ground wires on top of the
power cord ground. Fasten the retaining nut tightly.
• Tighten all electrical connections to avoid excessive
heating.
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SAFETY
COMPRESSED GAS EQUIPMENT SAFETY
• Never lubricate cylinder valves or regulators with oil
or grease.
• Use only correct gas cylinders, regulators, hoses
and fittings designed for the specific application.
• Maintain all compressed gas equipment and
associated parts in good condition.
• Label and color-code all gas hoses to identify the
type of gas in each hose. Consult applicable
national or local codes.
NOISE CAN DAMAGE HEARING
Prolonged exposure to noise from cutting or gouging
can damage hearing.
• Use approved ear protection when using plasma
system.
• Warn others nearby about the noise hazard.
A PLASMA ARC CAN
DAMAGE FROZEN PIPES
Frozen pipes may be damaged or can burst if you
attempt to thaw them with a plasma torch.
ADDITIONAL SAFETY INFORMATION
1. ANSI Standard Z49.1, Safety in Welding and Cutting, American
Welding Society, 550 LeJeune Road
P.O. Box 351020, Miami, FL 33135
2. ANSI Standard Z49.2, Fire Prevention in the Use of Cutting and
Welding Processes, American National Standards Institute
1430 Broadway, New York, NY 10018
3. ANSI Standard Z87.1, Safe Practices for Occupation and
Educational Eye and Face Protection, American National
Standards Institute, 1430 Broadway, New York, NY 10018
4. AWS F4.1, Recommended Safe Practices for the Preparation for
Welding and Cutting of Containers and Piping That Have Held
Hazardous Substances, American Welding Society
550 LeJeune Road, P.O. Box 351040, Miami, FL 33135
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GAS CYLINDERS CAN
EXPLODE IF DAMAGED
Gas cylinders contain gas under high pressure. If
damaged, a cylinder can explode.
• Handle and use compressed gas cylinders in
accordance with applicable national or local codes.
• Never use a cylinder that is not upright and secured
in place.
• Keep the protective cap in place over valve except
when the cylinder is in use or connected for use.
• Never allow electrical contact between the plasma
arc and a cylinder.
• Never expose cylinders to excessive heat, sparks,
slag or open flame.
• Never use a hammer, wrench or other tool to open
a stuck cylinder valve.
PACEMAKER AND
HEARING AID OPERATION
Pacemaker and hearing aid operation can be affected
by magnetic fields from high currents.
Pacemaker and hearing aid wearers should consult a
doctor before going near any plasma arc cutting and
gouging operations.
To reduce magnetic field hazards:
• Keep both the work cable and the torch lead to one
side, away from your body.
• Route the torch leads as close as possible to the
work cable.
• Do not wrap or drape the torch lead or work cable
around your body.
• Keep as far away from the power supply as
possible.
5. AWS F5.2, Recommended Safe Practices for Plasma Arc
Cutting, American Welding Society
550 LeJeune Road, P.O. Box 351040, Miami, FL 33135
6. CGA Pamphlet P-1, Safe Handling of Compressed Gases in
Cylinders, Compressed Gas Association
1235 Jefferson Davis Highway, Arlington, VA 22202
7. CSA Standard W117.2, Code for Safety in Welding and Cutting,
Canadian Standards Association Standard Sales
178 Rexdale Boulevard, Rexdale, Ontario M9W 1R3, Canada
8. NFPA Standard 51B, Cutting and Welding Processes, National
Fire Protection Association
470 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02210
9. NFPA Standard 70–1978, National Electrical Code, National Fire
Protection Association, 470 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02210
10. OSHA, Safety and Health Standards, 29FR 1910
U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402
Hypertherm Plasma Systems
SAFETY
WARNING LABEL
This warning label is affixed to some power supplies. It is
important that the operator and maintenance technician
understand the intent of these warning symbols as described.
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SAFETY
WARNING LABEL
This warning label is affixed to some power supplies. It is
important that the operator and maintenance technician
understand the intent of these warning symbols as described.
The numbered text corresponds to the numbered boxes on
the label.
1. Cutting sparks can cause explosion
or fire.
1.1 Keep flammables away from cutting.
1.2 Keep a fire extinguisher nearby, and
have a watchperson ready to use it.
1.3 Do not cut on any closed containers.
2. The plasma arc can cause injury
and burns.
2.1 Turn off power before disassembling
torch.
2.2 Do not hold the material near cutting
path.
2.3 Wear complete body protection.
3. Electric shock from torch or wiring
can kill. Protect yourself from electric
shock.
3.1 Wear insulating gloves. Do not wear
wet or damaged gloves.
3.2 Insulate yourself from work and
ground.
3.3 Disconnect input plug or power before
working on machine.
4. Breathing cutting fumes can be
hazardous to your health.
4.1 Keep your head out of the fumes.
4.2 Use forced ventilation or local exhaust
to remove the fumes.
4.3 Use ventilating fan to remove the
fumes.
5. Arc rays can burn eyes and injure skin.
5.1 Wear hat and safety glasses. Use ear
protection and button shirt collar. Use
welding helmet with correct shade of
filter. Wear complete body protection.
6. Become trained and read the
instructions before working on the
machine or cutting.
7. Do not remove or paint over (cover)
warning labels.
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Hypertherm Plasma Systems
Section 1a
SÉCURITÉ
Dans cette section :
Identifier les consignes de sécurité.........................................................................................................................1a-2
Suivre les instructions de sécurité ..........................................................................................................................1a-2
Le coupage peut provoquer un incendie ou une explosion ....................................................................................1a-2
Les chocs électriques peuvent être fatals...............................................................................................................1a-3
L’électricité statique peut endommager les cartes de circuits imprimés .................................................................1a-3
Les vapeurs toxiques peuvent provoquer des blessures ou la mort.......................................................................1a-4
L’arc plasma peut provoquer des blessures ou des brûlures .................................................................................1a-5
Les rayons de l’arc peuvent brûler les yeux et la peau...........................................................................................1a-5
Mise à la masse et à la terre...................................................................................................................................1a-5
Sécurité des bouteilles de gaz comprimé ...............................................................................................................1a-6
Les bouteilles de gaz comprimé peuvent exploser en cas de dommages .............................................................1a-6
Le bruit peut provoquer des problèmes auditifs......................................................................................................1a-6
Pacemakers et prothèses auditives ........................................................................................................................1a-6
Un arc plasma peut endommager les tuyaux gelés................................................................................................1a-6
Étiquettes de sécurité .............................................................................................................................................1a-7
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SÉCURITÉ
IDENTIFIER LES CONSIGNES
DE SÉCURITÉ
Les symboles indiqués dans cette section sont utilisés pour
identifier les risques éventuels. Si vous trouvez un symbole
de sécurité, que ce soit dans ce manuel ou sur l’équipement,
soyez conscient des risques de blessures et suivez les
instructions correspondantes afin d’éviter ces risques.
SUIVRE LES INSTRUCTIONS
DE SÉCURITÉ
Lire attentivement toutes les consignes de sécurité dans le
présent manuel et sur les étiquettes de sécurité se trouvant
sur la machine.
• Les étiquettes de sécurité doivent rester lisibles. Remplacer
immédiatement les étiquettes manquantes ou abîmées.
• Apprendre à faire fonctionner la machine et à utiliser
correctement les commandes. Ne laisser personne utiliser
la machine sans connaître son fonctionnement.
• Garder la machine en bon état. Des modifications non
autorisées sur la machine peuvent engendrer des
problèmes de sécurité et raccourcir la durée d’utilisation
de l’équipement.
DANGER
AVERTISSEMENT
PRÉCAUTION
Les signaux DANGER ou AVERTISSEMENT sont utilisés
avec un symbole de sécurité, DANGER correspondant aux
risques les plus sérieux.
• Les étiquettes de sécurité DANGER et AVERTISSEMENT
sont situées sur la machine pour signaler certains
dangers spécifiques.
• Les messages d’AVERTISSEMENT précèdent les
instructions d’utilisation expliquées dans ce manuel et
signalent les risques de blessures ou de mort au cas où
ces instructions ne seraient pas suivies correctement.
• Les messages de PRÉCAUTION précèdent les
instructions d’utilisation contenues dans ce manuel et
signalent que le matériel risque d’être endommagé si les
instructions ne sont pas suivies correctement.
LE COUPAGE PEUT PROVOQUER UN INCENDIE
OU UNE EXPLOSION
Prévention des incendies
• Avant de commencer, s’assurer que la zone de coupage
ne présente aucun danger. Conserver un extincteur à
proximité.
• Éloigner toute matière inflammable à une distance d’au
moins 10 m du poste de coupage.
• Tremper le métal chaud ou le laisser refroidir avant de
le manipuler ou avant de le mettre en contact avec des
matériaux combustibles.
• Ne jamais couper des récipients pouvant contenir des
matières inflammables avant de les avoir vidés et
nettoyés correctement.
• Aérer toute atmosphère potentiellement inflammable
avant d’utiliser un système plasma.
• Lors de l’utilisation d’oxygène comme gaz plasma, un
système de ventilation par aspiration est nécessaire.
Prévention des explosions
• Ne pas couper en présence de poussière ou de vapeurs.
• Ne pas couper de bouteilles, de tuyaux ou autres
récipients fermés et pressurisés.
• Ne pas couper de récipients contenant des matières
combustibles.
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AVERTISSEMENT
Risque d’explosion
argon-hydrogène et méthane
L’hydrogène et le méthane sont des gaz inflammables et
potentiellement explosifs. Conserver à l’écart de toute
flamme les bouteilles et tuyaux contenant des mélanges à
base d’hydrogène ou de méthane. Maintenir toute flamme et
étincelle à l’écart de la torche lors de l’utilisation d’un plasma
d’argon-hydrogène ou de méthane.
AVERTISSEMENT
Détonation de l’hydrogène lors du
coupage de l’aluminium
• Lors du coupage de l’aluminium sous l’eau, ou si l’eau
touche la partie inférieure de la pièce d’aluminium, de
l’hydrogène libre peut s’accumuler sous la pièce à couper
et détonner lors du coupage plasma.
• Installer un collecteur d’aération au fond de la table à eau
afin d’éliminer les risques de détonation de l’hydrogène.
Se référer à l’annexe du manuel pour plus de
renseignements sur les collecteurs d’aération.
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SÉCURITÉ
LES CHOCS ÉLECTRIQUES PEUVENT ÊTRE FATALS
Toucher une pièce électrique sous tension peut provoquer
un choc électrique fatal ou des brûlures graves.
• La mise en fonctionnement du système plasma ferme un
circuit électrique entre la torche et la pièce à couper. La
pièce à couper et tout autre élément en contact avec cette
pièce font partie du circuit électrique.
• Ne jamais toucher le corps de la torche, la pièce à couper
ou l’eau de la table à eau pendant le fonctionnement du
système plasma.
Prévention des chocs électriques
Tous les systèmes plasma Hypertherm utilisent des hautes
tensions pour le coupage (souvent de 200 à 400 V). On
doit prendre les précautions suivantes quand on utilise le
système plasma :
• Porter des bottes et des gants isolants et garder le corps
et les vêtements au sec.
• Ne pas se tenir, s’asseoir ou se coucher sur une surface
mouillée, ni la toucher quand on utilise le système plasma.
• S’isoler de la surface de travail et du sol en utilisant des
tapis isolants secs ou des couvertures assez grandes
pour éviter tout contact physique avec le travail ou le sol.
S’il s’avère nécessaire de travailler dans ou près d’un
endroit humide, procéder avec une extrême prudence.
• Installer un sectionneur avec fusibles appropriés, à
proximité de la source de courant. Ce dispositif permet à
l’opérateur d’arrêter rapidement la source de courant en
cas d’urgence.
• En cas d’utilisation d’une table à eau, s’assurer que cette
dernière est correctement mise à la terre.
• Installer et mettre à la terre l’équipement selon les
instructions du présent manuel et conformément aux
codes électriques locaux et nationaux.
• Inspecter fréquemment le cordon d’alimentation primaire
pour s’assurer qu’il n’est ni endommagé, ni fendu.
Remplacer immédiatement un cordon endommagé.
Un câble dénudé peut tuer.
• Inspecter et remplacer les câbles de la torche qui sont
usés ou endommagés.
• Ne pas saisir la pièce à couper ni les chutes lors du
coupage. Laisser la pièce à couper en place ou sur la
table de travail, le câble de retour connecté lors du
coupage.
• Avant de vérifier, de nettoyer ou de remplacer les pièces
de la torche, couper l’alimentation ou débrancher la prise
de courant.
• Ne jamais contourner ou court-circuiter les verrouillages
de sécurité.
• Avant d’enlever le capot du système ou de la source de
courant, couper l’alimentation électrique. Attendre ensuite
5 minutes pour que les condensateurs se déchargent.
• Ne jamais faire fonctionner le système plasma sans que
les capots de la source de courant ne soient en place.
Les raccords exposés de la source de courant sont
extrêmement dangereux.
• Lors de l’installation des connexions, attacher tout d’abord
la prise de terre appropriée.
• Chaque système plasma Hypertherm est conçu pour être
utilisé uniquement avec des torches Hypertherm
spécifiques. Ne pas utiliser des torches inappropriées qui
pourraient surchauffer et présenter des risques pour la
sécurité.
L’ÉLECTRICITÉ STATIQUE PEUT ENDOMMAGER
LES CARTES DE CIRCUITS IMPRIMÉS
On doit prendre les précautions qui s’imposent
quand on manipule les circuits imprimés.
• On doit ranger les cartes de circuits imprimés dans
des contenants antistatiques.
• On doit porter un bracelet antistatique quand on
manipule les cartes de circuits imprimés.
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SÉCURITÉ
LES VAPEURS TOXIQUES PEUVENT PROVOQUER
DES BLESSURES OU LA MORT
L’arc plasma est lui-même la source de chaleur
utilisée pour le coupage. Par conséquent, bien que
l’arc plasma n’ait pas été reconnu comme une source
de vapeurs toxiques, le matériau coupé peut être une
source de vapeurs ou de gaz toxiques qui épuisent
l’oxygène.
Les vapeurs produites varient selon le métal coupé.
Les métaux qui peuvent dégager des vapeurs
toxiques comprennent, entre autres, l’acier
inoxydable, l’acier au carbone, le zinc (galvanisé) et le
cuivre.
Dans certains cas, le métal peut être revêtu d’une
substance susceptible de dégager des vapeurs
toxiques. Les revêtements toxiques comprennent
entre autres, le plomb (dans certaines peintures), le
cadmium (dans certaines peintures et enduits) et le
béryllium.
Les gaz produits par le coupage plasma varient selon
le matériau à couper et la méthode de coupage, mais
ils peuvent comprendre l’ozone, les oxydes d’azote, le
chrome hexavalent, l’hydrogène et autres substances
présentes dans le matériau coupé ou en émanent.
On doit prendre les précautions qui s’imposent pour
réduire au minimum l’exposition aux vapeurs
produites par tout processus industriel. Selon la
composition chimique et la concentration des vapeurs
(ainsi que d’autres facteurs comme la ventilation), il
peut y avoir un risque de maladie physique, comme
des malformations ou le cancer.
Il incombe au propriétaire du matériel et du site de
vérifier la qualité de l’air dans le secteur où l’on utilise
le matériel et de s’assurer que la qualité de l’air sur
les lieux de travail répond aux normes et
réglementation locales et nationales.
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Le niveau de qualité de l’air dans tout lieu de travail
dépend des variables propres au site comme :
• Type de table (humide, sèche, sous l’eau).
• Composition du matériau, fini de la surface et
composition des revêtements.
• Volume de matériau enlevé.
• Durée du coupage ou du gougeage.
• Dimensions, volume d’air, ventilation et filtration de
la zone de travail.
• Équipement de protection individuelle.
• Nombre de systèmes de soudage et de coupage en
fonctionnement.
• Autres procédés du site qui peuvent produire des
vapeurs.
Si les lieux de travail doivent être conformes aux
règlements nationaux ou locaux, seuls les contrôles
ou les essais effectués au site peuvent déterminer si
celui-ci se situe au-dessus ou au-dessous des
niveaux admissibles.
Pour réduire le risque d’exposition aux vapeurs :
• Éliminer tout revêtement et solvant du métal avant
le coupage.
• Utiliser la ventilation d’extraction locale pour
éliminer les vapeurs de l’air.
• Ne pas inhaler les vapeurs. Porter un respirateur à
adduction d’air quand on coupe des métaux revêtus
d’éléments toxiques ou qui en contiennent ou sont
susceptibles d’en contenir.
• S’assurer que les personnes qui utilisent un
matériel de soudage ou de coupage ainsi que les
dispositifs de respiration par adduction d’air sont
qualifiés et ont reçu la formation sur la bonne
utilisation d’un tel matériel.
• Ne jamais couper les contenants dans lesquels il
peut y avoir des matériaux toxiques. En premier
lieu, vider et nettoyer correctement le contenant.
• Contrôler ou éprouver la qualité de l’air au site
selon les besoins.
• Consulter un expert local pour mettre en œuvre un
plan du site afin d’assurer une qualité de l’air sûre.
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SÉCURITÉ
L’ARC PLASMA PEUT PROVOQUER DES BLESSURES OU DES BRÛLURES
Torches à allumage instantané
L’arc plasma s’allume immédiatement après que la torche
soit mise en marche.
L’arc plasma coupe facilement les gants et la peau.
• Rester éloigné de l’extrémité de la torche.
• Ne pas tenir de métal près de la trajectoire de coupe.
• Ne jamais pointer la torche vers soi ou d’autres
personnes.
LES RAYONS DE L’ARC PEUVENT BRÛLER LES YEUX ET LA PEAU
Protection des yeux Les rayons de l’arc plasma produisent
de puissants rayons visibles ou invisibles (ultraviolets et
infrarouges) qui peuvent brûler les yeux et la peau.
• Utiliser des lunettes de sécurité conformément aux codes
locaux ou nationaux en vigueur.
• Porter des lunettes de protection (lunettes ou masque muni
d’écrans latéraux et encore masque de soudure) avec des
verres teintés appropriés pour protéger les yeux des rayons
ultraviolets et infrarouges de l’arc.
Courant de l’arc
Jusqu’à 100 A
100-200 A
200-400 A
Plus de 400 A
Puissance des verres teintés
AWS (É.-U.)
ISO 4850
o
N 8
No 11
o
N 10
No 11-12
o
N 12
No 13
o
No 14
N 14
MISE À LA MASSE ET À LA TERRE
Câble de retour Bien fixer le câble de retour (ou de
masse) à la pièce à couper ou à la table de travail de façon
à assurer un bon contact métal-métal. Ne pas fixer le câble
de retour à la partie de la pièce qui doit se détacher.
Table de travail Raccorder la table de travail à la terre,
conformément aux codes de sécurité locaux ou nationaux
appropriés.
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Protection de la peau Porter des vêtements de sécurité
pour se protéger contre les brûlures que peuvent causer les
rayons ultraviolets, les étincelles et le métal brûlant :
• Gants à crispin, chaussures et casque de sécurité.
• Vêtements ignifuges couvrant toutes les parties exposées
du corps.
• Pantalon sans revers pour éviter que des étincelles ou
des scories puissent s’y loger.
• Avant le coupage, retirer de ses poches tout objet
combustible comme les briquets au butane ou les
allumettes.
Zone de coupage Préparer la zone de coupage afin de
réduire la réverbération et la transmission de la lumière
ultraviolette :
• Peindre les murs et autres surfaces de couleur sombre
pour réduire la réflexion de la lumière.
• Utiliser des écrans et autres dispositifs de protection afin
de protéger les autres personnes de la lumière et de la
réverbération.
• Prévenir les autres personnes de ne pas regarder l’arc.
Utiliser des affiches ou des panneaux.
Alimentation
• S’assurer que le fil de terre du cordon d’alimentation est
connecté à la terre dans le coffret du sectionneur.
• S’il est nécessaire de brancher le cordon d’alimentation à
la source de courant lors de l’installation du système,
s’assurer que le fil de terre est correctement branché.
• Placer tout d’abord le fil de terre du cordon d’alimentation
sur le plot de mise à la terre puis placer les autres fils de
terre par-dessus. Bien serrer l’écrou de retenue.
• S’assurer que toutes les connexions sont bien serrées
pour éviter la surchauffe.
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SÉCURITÉ
SÉCURITÉ DES BOUTEILLES DE
GAZ COMPRIMÉ
• Ne jamais lubrifier les robinets des bouteilles ou les
régulateurs avec de l’huile ou de la graisse.
• Utiliser uniquement les bouteilles, régulateurs, tuyaux et
accessoires appropriés et conçus pour chaque application
spécifique.
• Entretenir l’équipement et les pièces d’équipement à gaz
comprimé afin de les garder en bon état.
• Étiqueter et coder avec des couleurs tous les tuyaux de
gaz afin d’identifier le type de gaz contenu dans chaque
tuyau. Se référer aux codes locaux ou nationaux en
vigueur.
LE BRUIT PEUT PROVOQUER DES
PROBLÈMES AUDITIFS
Une exposition prolongée au bruit du coupage ou du
gougeage peut provoquer des problèmes auditifs.
• Utiliser un casque de protection homologué lors de
l’utilisation du système plasma.
• Prévenir les personnes aux alentours des risques
encourus en cas d’exposition au bruit.
UN ARC PLASMA
PEUT ENDOMMAGER LES
TUYAUX GELÉS
Les tuyaux gelés peuvent être endommagés ou éclater si
l'on essaie de les dégeler avec une torche plasma.
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LES BOUTEILLES DE GAZ
COMPRIMÉ PEUVENT EXPLOSER
EN CAS DE DOMMAGES
Les bouteilles de gaz contiennent du gaz à haute pression.
Si une bouteille est endommagée, elle peut exploser.
• Manipuler et utiliser les bouteilles de gaz comprimé
conformément aux codes locaux ou nationaux.
• Ne jamais utiliser une bouteille qui n’est pas placée à la
verticale et bien assujettie.
• Le capuchon de protection doit être placé sur le robinet
sauf si la bouteille est en cours d’utilisation ou connectée
pour utilisation.
• Éviter à tout prix le contact électrique entre l’arc plasma et
une bouteille.
• Ne jamais exposer des bouteilles à une chaleur
excessive, aux étincelles, aux scories ou aux flammes
nues.
• Ne jamais utiliser des marteaux, des clés ou d’autres
outils pour débloquer le robinet des bouteilles.
PACEMAKERS ET
PROTHÈSES AUDITIVES
Les champs magnétiques produits par les courants à haute
tension peuvent affecter le fonctionnement des prothèses
auditives et des pacemakers. Les personnes portant ce
type d’appareil doivent consulter un médecin avant de
s’approcher d’un lieu où s’effectue le coupage ou le
gougeage plasma.
Pour réduire les risques associés aux champs magnétiques :
• Garder loin de soi et du même côté du corps le câble de
retour et le faisceau de la torche.
• Faire passer le faisceau de la torche le plus près possible
du câble de retour.
• Ne pas s’enrouler le faisceau de la torche ou le câble de
retour autour du corps.
• Se tenir le plus loin possible de la source de courant.
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SÉCURITÉ
Étiquette de sécurité
Cette étiquette est affichée sur la source de courant. Il est important
que l’utilisateur et le technicien de maintenance comprennent la
signification des symboles de sécurité.
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SÉCURITÉ
Étiquette de sécurité
1.
Les étincelles produites par le coupage
peuvent provoquer une explosion ou un
incendie.
Cette étiquette est affichée sur la source de courant. Il est important
que l’utilisateur et le technicien de maintenance comprennent la
signification des symboles de sécurité. Les numéros de la liste
correspondent aux numéros des images.
1.1 Pendant le coupage, éloigner toute matière
inflammable.
1.2 Conserver un extincteur à proximité et
s’assurer qu’une personne soit prête à
l’utiliser.
1.3 Ne jamais couper de récipients fermés.
2.
L’arc plasma peut provoquer des blessures
et des brûlures.
2.1 Couper l’alimentation avant de démonter la
torche.
2.2 Ne pas tenir la surface à couper près de la
trajectoire de coupe.
2.3 Porter des vêtements de protection
couvrant tout le corps.
3.
Un choc électrique causé par la torche ou
les câbles peut être fatal. Se protéger
contre les risques de chocs électriques.
3.1 Porter des gants isolants. Ne pas porter de
gants mouillés ou abîmés.
3.2 S’isoler de la surface de travail et du sol.
3.3 Débrancher la prise ou la source de
courant avant de manipuler l’équipement.
4.
L’inhalation des vapeurs produites par le
coupage peut être dangereuse pour la
santé.
4.1 Garder le visage à l’écart des vapeurs.
4.2 Utiliser un système de ventilation par
aspiration ou d’échappement localisé pour
dissiper les vapeurs.
4.3 Utiliser un ventilateur pour dissiper les
vapeurs.
5.
Les rayons de l’arc peuvent brûler les yeux
et provoquer des lésions de la peau.
5.1 Porter un casque et des lunettes de
sécurité. Se protéger les oreilles et porter
une chemise dont le col peut être
déboutonné. Porter un casque de soudure
dont la protection filtrante est suffisante.
Porter des vêtements protecteurs couvrant
la totalité du corps.
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6.
Se former à la technique du coupage et lire
les instructions avant de manipuler
l’équipement ou de procéder au coupage.
7.
Ne pas retirer ou peindre (recouvrir) les
étiquettes de sécurité.
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SEGURIDAD
En esta sección:
Reconocimiento de información de seguridad........................................................................................................1b-2
Siga las instrucciones de seguridad .......................................................................................................................1b-2
Los cortes pueden provocar incendios o explosiones ............................................................................................1b-2
El choque eléctrico puede provocar la muerte .......................................................................................................1b-3
Electricidad estática puede dañar tablillas de circuito ............................................................................................1b-3
Humos tóxicos pueden causar lesiones o muerte ..................................................................................................1b-4
El arco de plasma puede causar lesiones y quemaduras ......................................................................................1b-5
Los rayos del arco pueden producir quemaduras en los ojos y en la piel ..............................................................1b-5
Seguridad de toma a tierra .....................................................................................................................................1b-5
Seguridad de los equipos de gas comprimido ........................................................................................................1b-6
Los cilindros de gas pueden explotar si están dañados .........................................................................................1b-6
El ruido puede deteriorar la audición ......................................................................................................................1b-6
Operación de marcapasos y de audífonos .............................................................................................................1b-6
Un arco plasma puede dañar tubos congelados ....................................................................................................1b-6
Etiquetas de advertencia ........................................................................................................................................1b-7
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SEGURIDAD
RECONOCIMIENTO DE
INFORMACIÓN DE SEGURIDAD
Los símbolos que se muestran en esta sección se utilizan
para identificar los posibles peligros. Cuando vea un símbolo
de seguridad en este manual o en su máquina, recuerde que
existe la posibilidad de que se produzcan lesiones personales
y siga las instrucciones correspondientes para evitar el
peligro.
SIGA LAS INSTRUCCIONES DE
SEGURIDAD
Lea atentamente todos los mensajes de seguridad de este
manual y las etiquetas de seguridad en su máquina.
• Mantenga las etiquetas de seguridad de su máquina en
buen estado. Reemplace las etiquetas que se pierdan o se
dañen inmediatamente.
• Aprenda a utilizar la máquina y a utilizar los controles de la
manera correcta. No permita que sea utilizada por alguien
que no conozca su funcionamiento.
• Mantenga su máquina en buenas condiciones de
funcionamiento. La realización de modificaciones no
autorizadas a la máquina puede comprometer la
seguridad y la vida útil de la máquina.
PELIGRO
ADVERTENCIA
PRECAUCIÓN
Las palabras PELIGRO y ADVERTENCIA se utilizan
conjuntamente con un símbolo de seguridad. La palabra
PELIGRO se utiliza para identificar los mayores peligros.
• Encontrará etiquetas de seguridad con las inscripciones
PELIGRO y ADVERTENCIA en su máquina, junto a
peligros específicos.
• En este manual, la palabra ADVERTENCIA va seguida de
instrucciones que, si no se siguen correctamente, pueden
provocar lesiones e inclusive la muerte.
• En este manual, la palabra PRECAUCIÓN va seguida de
instrucciones que, si no se siguen correctamente, pueden
provocar daños en el equipo.
LOS CORTES PUEDEN PROVOCAR INCENDIOS O EXPLOSIONES
Prevención ante el fuego
• Asegúrese de que el área sea segura antes de proceder
a cortar. Tenga a mano un extinguidor de incendios.
• Retire todos los materiales inflamables, colocándolos a
por lo menos 10 metros del área de corte.
• Remoje los metales calientes o permita que se enfríen
antes de que entren en contacto con materiales
combustibles.
• Nunca corte depósitos que contengan materiales
inflamables – primero es necesario vaciarlos y limpiarlos
debidamente.
• Antes de realizar cortes en atmósferas potencialmente
inflamables, asegúrese de ventilar bien.
• Al realizar cortes utilizando oxígeno como gas plasma, se
requiere tener un sistema de ventilación de escape.
Prevención ante explosiones
• No corte en atmósferas que contengan polvo o vapores
explosivos.
• No corte depósitos o tubos a presión ni cualquier depósito
cerrado.
• No corte depósitos que hayan contenido materiales
combustibles.
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ADVERTENCIA
Peligro de explosión
Argón-Hidrógeno y metano
El hidrógeno y el metano son gases inflamables que
suponen un peligro de explosión. Mantenga el fuego lejos de
los cilindros y las mangueras que contengan mezclas de
hidrógeno o metano. Mantenga la llama y las chispas lejos
de la antorcha al utilizar metano o argón-hidrógeno como
plasma.
ADVERTENCIA
Detonación de hidrógeno con
el corte de aluminio
• Al cortar aluminio bajo agua o con agua en contacto con el
lado inferior del aluminio, puede acumularse gas
hidrógeno bajo la pieza a cortar y detonar durante la
operación de corte por plasma.
• Instale un múltiple de aireación en el fondo de la mesa de
agua para eliminar la posibilidad de la detonación del
hidrógeno. Consulte la sección del apéndice de este
manual para conocer detalles acerca del múltiple de
aireación.
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SEGURIDAD
EL CHOQUE ELÉCTRICO PUEDE PROVOCAR LA MUERTE
El contacto directo con piezas eléctricas conectadas puede
provocar un electrochoque fatal o quemaduras graves.
• Al hacer funcionar el sistema de plasma, se completa un
circuito eléctrico entre la antorcha y la pieza a cortar.
La pieza a cortar es una parte del circuito eléctrico,
como también cualquier cosa que se encuentre en
contacto con ella.
• Nunca toque el cuerpo de la antorcha, la pieza a cortar o
el agua en una mesa de agua cuando el sistema de
plasma se encuentre en funcionamiento.
Prevención ante el electrochoque
Todos los sistemas por plasma de Hypertherm usan alto
voltaje en el proceso de corte (son comunes los voltajes CD
de 200 a 400). Tome las siguientes precauciones cuando se
utiliza el equipo de plasma:
• Use guantes y botas aislantes y mantenga el cuerpo y la
ropa secos.
• No se siente, se pare o se ponga sobre cualquier superficie húmeda cuando esté trabajando con el equipo.
• Aíslese eléctricamente de la pieza a cortar y de la tierra
utilizando alfombrillas o cubiertas de aislamiento secas lo
suficientemente grandes como para impedir todo contacto
físico con la pieza a cortar o con la tierra. Si su única
opción es trabajar en una área húmeda o cerca de ella,
sea muy cauteloso.
• Instale un interruptor de corriente adecuado en cuanto a
fusibles, en una pared cercana a la fuente de energía.
Este interruptor permitirá al operador desconectar
rápidamente la fuente de energía en caso de emergencia.
• Al utilizar una mesa de agua, asegúrese de que ésta se
encuentre correctamente conectada a la toma a tierra.
• Instale este equipo y conéctelo a tierra según el manual
de instrucciones y de conformidad con los códigos locales
y nacionales.
• Inspeccione el cordón de alimentación primaria con
frecuencia para asegurarse de que no esté dañado ni
agrietado. Si el cordón de alimentación primaria está
dañado, reemplácelo inmediatamente. Un cable pelado
puede provocar la muerte.
• Inspeccione las mangueras de la antorcha y
reemplácelas cuando se encuentren dañadas.
• No toque la pieza ni los recortes cuando se está
cortando. Deje la pieza en su lugar o sobre la mesa de
trabajo con el cable de trabajo conectado en todo
momento.
• Antes de inspeccionar, limpiar o cambiar las piezas de la
antorcha, desconecte la potencia primaria o desenchufe
la fuente de energía.
• Nunca evite o descuide los bloqueos de seguridad.
• Antes de retirar la cubierta de una fuente de energía o del
gabinete de un sistema, desconecte la potencia primaria
de entrada. Espere 5 minutos después de desconectar la
potencia primaria para permitir la descarga de los
condensadores.
• Nunca opere el sistema de plasma sin que las tapas de la
fuente de energía estén en su lugar. Las conexiones
expuestas de la fuente de energía presentan un serio
riesgo eléctrico.
• Al hacer conexiones de entrada, conecte el conductor de
conexión a tierra en primer lugar.
• Cada sistema de plasma Hypertherm está diseñado para
ser utilizado sólo con antorchas Hypertherm específicas.
No utilice antorchas diferentes, que podrían recalentarse
y ser peligrosas.
ELECTRICIDAD ESTÁTICA PUEDE DAÑAR TABLILLAS DE CIRCUITO
Use precauciones adecuadas cuando maneje
tablillas impresas de circuito
• Almacene las tablillas PC en recipientes
antiestáticos.
• Use la defensa de muñeca conectada a tierra
cuando maneje tablillas PC.
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SEGURIDAD
HUMOS TÓXICOS PUEDEN CAUSAR LESIONES O MUERTE
El arco plasma es por si solo la fuente de calor que
se usa para cortar. Según esto, aunque el arco de
plasma no ha sido identificado como la fuente de
humo tóxico, el material que se corta puede ser la
fuente de humo o gases tóxicos que vacían el
oxígeno.
El humo producido varía según el metal que está
cortándose. Metales que pueden liberar humo tóxico
incluyen, pero no están limitados a, acero inoxidable,
acero al carbón, cinc (galvanizado), y cobre.
En algunos casos, el metal puede estar recubierto
con una sustancia que podría liberar humos tóxicos.
Los recubrimientos tóxicos incluyen, pero no están
limitados a, plomo (en algunas pinturas), cadmio (en
algunas pinturas y rellenos), y berilio.
Los gases producidos por el corte por plasma varían
basándose en el material a cortarse y el método de
cortar, pero pueden incluir ozono, óxidos de
nitrógeno, cromo hexavalente, hidrógeno, y otras
substancias, si están contenidas dentro o liberadas
por el material que se corta.
Se debe tener cuidado de minimizar la exposición del
humo producido por cualquier proceso industrial.
Según la composición química y la concentración del
humo (al igual que otros factores, tales como
ventilación), puede haber el riesgo de enfermedad
física, tal como defectos de natividad o cáncer.
Es la responsabilidad del dueño del equipo y
instalación el comprobar la calidad de aire en el lugar
donde se está usando el equipo para garantizar que
la calidad del aire en el lugar de trabajo cumpla con
todas las normas y reglamentos locales y nacionales.
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El nivel de la calidad del aire en cualquier lugar de
trabajo relevante depende en variables específicas al
sitio tales como:
• Diseño de mesa (mojada, seca, bajo agua).
• La composición del material, el acabado de la
superficie, y la composición de los recubrimientos.
• Volumen que se quita del material.
• La duración del corte o ranura.
• Tamaño, volumen del aire, ventilación y filtración
del lugar de trabajo.
• Equipo de protección personal.
• Número de sistemas de soldar y cortar en la
operación.
• Otros procesos del lugar que pueden producir
humo.
Si el lugar de trabajo debe cumplir reglamentos
nacionales o locales, solamente el monitoreo o las
pruebas que se hacen en el lugar pueden determinar
si el sitio está encima o debajo de los niveles
permitidos.
Para reducir el riesgo de exposición a humo:
• Quite todos los recubrimientos y solventes del
metal antes de cortar.
• Use ventilación extractora local para quitar humo
del aire.
• No inhale el humo. Use un respirador con fuente
propia de aire cuando corte cualquier metal
recubierto con, o sospechado de contener,
elementos tóxicos.
• Garantice que aquéllos usando equipo de soldar o
cortar, al igual que aparatos de respiración con aire
propio de aire, estén capacitados y entrenados en
el uso apropiado de tal equipo.
• Nunca corte recipientes con materiales
potencialmente tóxicos adentro. Primero, vacíe y
limpie el recipiente adecuadamente.
• Monitoree o compruebe la calidad del aire en el
sitio como fuera necesario.
• Consulte con un experto local para realizar un plan
al sitio para garantizar la calidad de aire seguro.
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SEGURIDAD
EL ARCO DE PLASMA PUEDE CAUSAR LESIONES Y QUEMADURAS
Antorchas de encendido instantáneo
El arco de plasma se enciende inmediatamente después de
activarse el interruptor de la antorcha.
El arco de plasma puede cortar a través de guantes y de la
piel con rapidez.
• Manténgase alejado de la punta de la antorcha.
• No sostenga el metal junto al trayecto de corte.
• Nunca apunte la antorcha hacia Ud. mismo o hacia otras
personas.
LOS RAYOS DEL ARCO PUEDEN PRODUCIR QUEMADURAS
EN LOS OJOS Y EN LA PIEL
Protección para los ojos Los rayos del arco de plasma
producen rayos intensos visibles e invisibles (ultravioleta e
infrarrojo) que pueden quemar los ojos y la piel.
• Utilice protección para los ojos de conformidad con los
códigos locales o nacionales aplicables.
• Colóquese protectores para los ojos (gafas o anteojos
protectores con protectores laterales, y bien un casco de
soldar) con lentes con sombreado adecuado para
proteger sus ojos de los rayos ultravioleta e infrarrojos del
arco.
Corriente del arco
Hasta 100A
100-200 A
200-400 A
Más de 400 A
Número del cristal
AWS (EE.UU.) ISO 4850
No. 8
No. 11
No. 10
No. 11-12
No. 12
No. 13
No. 14
No. 14
SEGURIDAD DE TOMA A TIERRA
Cable de trabajo La pinza del cable de trabajo debe
estar bien sujetada a la pieza y hacer un buen contacto de
metal a metal con ella o bien con la mesa de trabajo. No
conecte el cable con la parte que va a quedar separada por
el corte.
Mesa de trabajo Conecte la mesa de trabajo a una
buena toma de tierra, de conformidad con los códigos
eléctricos nacionales o locales apropiados.
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Protección para la piel Vista ropa de protección para
proteger la piel contra quemaduras causadas por la
radiación ultravioleta de alta intensidad, por las chispas y
por el metal caliente:
• Guantes largos, zapatos de seguridad y gorro.
• Roipa de combustión retardada y que cubra todas las
partes expuestas.
• Pantalones sin dobladillos para impedir que recojan
chispas y escorias.
• Retire todo material combustible de los bolsillos, como
encendedores a butano e inclusive cerillas, antes de
comenzar a cortar.
Área de corte Prepare el área de corte para reducir la
reflexión y la transmisión de la luz ultravioleta:
• Pinte las paredes y demás superficies con colores
oscuros para reducir la reflexión.
• Utilice pantallas o barreras protectoras para proteger a
los demás de los destellos.
• Advierta a los demás que no debe mirarse el arco. Utilice
carteles o letreros.
Potencia primaria de entrada
• Asegúrese de que el alambre de toma a tierra del cordón
de alimentación está conectado al terminal de tierra en la
caja del interruptor de corriente.
• Si la instalación del sistema de plasma supone la conexión
del cordón de alimentación primaria a la fuente de energía,
asegúrese de conectar correctamente el alambre de toma
a tierra del cordón de alimentación primaria.
• Coloque en primer lugar el alambre de toma a tierra del
cordón de alimentación primaria en el espárrago luego
coloque cualquier otro alambre de tierra sobre el
conductor de tierra del cable. Ajuste firmemente la tuerca
de retención.
• Asegúrese de que todas las conexiones eléctricas están
firmemente realizadas para evitar sobrecalentamientos.
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SEGURIDAD DE LOS EQUIPOS DE GAS
COMPRIMIDO
• Nunca lubrique reguladores o válvulas de cilindros con
aceite o grasa.
• Utilice solamente cilindros, reguladores, mangueras y
conectores de gas correctos que hayan sido diseñados
para la aplicación específica.
• Mantenga todo el equipo de gas comprimido y las piezas
relacionadas en buen estado.
• Coloque etiquetas y códigos de color en todas las
mangueras de gas para identificar el tipo de gas que
conduce cada una. Consulte los códigos locales o
nacionales aplicables.
EL RUIDO PUEDE DETERIORAR
LA AUDICIÓN
La exposición prolongada al ruido propio de las
operaciones de corte y ranurado puede dañar la audición.
• Utilice un método de protección de los oídos aprobado al
utilizar el sistema de plasma.
• Advierta a las demás personas que se encuentren en las
cercanías acerca del peligro que supone el ruido
excesivo.
UN ARCO PLASMA PUEDE
DAÑAR TUBOS
CONGELADOS
Se puede hacer daño a los tubos congelados, o se los
puede reventar, si uno trata de descongelarlos con una
antorcha por plasma.
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LOS CILINDROS DE GAS PUEDEN
EXPLOTAR SI ESTÁN DAÑADOS
Los cilindros de gas contienen gas bajo alta presión. Un
cilindro dañado puede explotar.
• Manipule y utilice los cilindros de gas comprimido de
acuerdo con los códigos locales o nacionales aplicables.
• No use nunca un cilindro que no esté de pie y bien sujeto.
• Mantenga la tapa de protección en su lugar encima de la
válvula, excepto cuando el cilindro se encuentre en uso o
conectado para ser utilizado.
• No permita nunca el contacto eléctrico entre el arco de
plasma y un cilindro.
• No exponga nunca los cilindros a calor excesivo, chispas,
escorias o llamas.
• No emplee nunca martillos, llaves u otro tipo de
herramientas para abrir de golpe la válvula del cilindro.
OPERACIÓN DE MARCAPASOS
Y DE AUDÍFONOS
Los campos magnéticos producidos por las elevadas
corrientes pueden afectar la operación de marcapasos y de
audífonos. Las personas que lleven marcapasos y
audífonos deberán consultar a un médico antes de
acercarse a sitios donde se realizan operaciones de corte y
ranurado por plasma.
Para reducir los peligros de los campos magnéticos:
• Mantenga el cable de trabajo y la manguera de la
antorcha a un lado, lejos del cuerpo.
• Dirija la manguera antorcha lo más cerca posible del
cable de trabajo.
• No envuelva el cable de trabajo ni la manguera de la
antorcha en su cuerpo.
• Manténgase tan lejos de la fuente de energía como sea
posible.
Hypertherm Sistemas plasma
SEGURIDAD
Etiqueta de advertencia
Esta etiqueta de advertencia se encuentra adherida a la fuente de energía.
Es importante que el operador y el técnico de mantenimiento comprendan
el sentido de estos símbolos de advertencia según se describen. El texto
numerado corresponde a los cuadros numerados de la etiqueta.
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Etiqueta de advertencia
1.
Las chispas producidas por el corte
pueden causar explosiones o incendios.
Esta etiqueta de advertencia se encuentra adherida a la fuente de energía.
Es importante que el operador y el técnico de mantenimiento comprendan
el sentido de estos símbolos de advertencia según se describen. El texto
numerado corresponde a los cuadros numerados de la etiqueta.
1.1 Mantenga los materiales inflamables lejos
del lugar de corte.
1.2 Tenga a mano un extinguidor de incendios
y asegúrese de que alguien esté
preparado para utilizarlo.
1.3 No corte depósitos cerrados.
2.
El arco de plasma puede causar
quemaduras y lesiones.
2.1 Apague la fuente de energía antes de
desarmar la antorcha.
2.2 No sostenga el material junto al trayecto de
corte.
2.3 Proteja su cuerpo completamente.
3.
Los electrochoques provocados por la
antorcha o el cableado pueden ser fatales.
Protéjase del electrochoque.
3.1 Colóquese guantes aislantes. No utilice
guantes dañados o mojados.
3.2 Aíslese de la pieza de trabajo y de la tierra.
3.3 Antes de trabajar en una máquina,
desconecte el enchufe de entrada o la
potencia primaria.
4.
La inhalación de los humos provenientes
del área de corte puede ser nociva para la
salud.
4.1 Mantenga la cabeza fuera de los gases
tóxicos.
4.2 Utilice ventilación forzada o un sistema
local de escape para eliminar los humos.
4.3 Utilice un ventilador para eliminar los
humos.
5.
Los rayos del arco pueden producir
quemaduras en los ojos y en la piel.
5.1 Utilice un sombrero y gafas de seguridad.
Utilice protección para los oídos y
abróchese el botón del cuello de la camisa.
Utilice un casco de soldar con el filtro de
sombreado adecuado. Proteja su cuerpo
completamente.
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6.
Antes de trabajar en la máquina o de
proceder a cortar, capacítese y lea las
instrucciones completamente.
7.
No retire las etiquetas de advertencia ni las
cubra con pintura.
Hypertherm Sistemas plasma
Section 2
SPECIFICATIONS
In this section:
General .....................................................................................................................................................................2-2
Product Specifications ..............................................................................................................................................2-3
MAX200 Power Supplies .................................................................................................................................2-3
MAX200 CE Power Supplies ...........................................................................................................................2-4
PAC200T (90° & 65°) Cutting/PAC200E (65°) Gouging/MAX200
Rev 1 (90°) Hand Torches............................................................................................................................2-5
MAX200 Rev 1 Machine Torch.........................................................................................................................2-5
Switch Remote (SR) V/C Control .....................................................................................................................2-5
Digital Remote (DR) V/C Control ....................................................................................................................2-6
Programmable Remote (PR) V/C Control ........................................................................................................2-6
Initial Height Sensing .......................................................................................................................................2-6
Water Muffler....................................................................................................................................................2-6
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General
MAX200s are normally shipped from the factory configured for mild steel cutting with air supplied to both the
plasma and shield gas inlets from a single pressure/filter regulator. The regulator ensures that the correct air
pressure is supplied to the system at the proper quality.
For better cut quality on metals such as stainless steel, aluminum, and other non-ferrous materials, either nitrogen
or argon/hydrogen (Hypertherm recommends a mixture of 35% hydrogen and 65% argon) can be used as the
plasma gas. When cutting mild steel, oxygen can also be used as the plasma gas. Shield gases other than air
which can be used are nitrogen and carbon dioxide.
The machine-torch systems have several optional units available to control arc current and, for units with the THC
option, arc voltage. These units are the switch remote V/C control, the digital remote V/C control, and the
programmable remote V/C control. Other optional units unique to the machine torch systems are the initial height
sensing (IHS) unit and the water muffler.
An EMI filter, standard with all 400V CE power supplies (073200 and 073213), meets the CE requirement for
filtering incoming power. Refer to Appendix A to connect incoming power to the filter and for part numbers specific
to the CE power supplies.
Product Specifications
MAX200 Power Supplies
The MAX200 is a constant current, secondary converter chopper power supply providing continuously variable
amperage from 40 amps to 200 amps. It conforms to the following specifications:
Maximum OCV (U0) .............................................280 VDC
Output Current (I2)................................................40-200 amps
Output Voltage (U2) .............................................150 VDC
Duty Cycle Rating (X) ..........................................100% up to 30kW
Input Power: (Input Voltage (U1) x Input Current (I1):
# 073002*.............................................................240/480 VAC, 3Ø, 60 Hz, 90/45 amps
# 073020**
# 073003*.............................................................600 VAC, 3Ø, 60Hz, 36 amps
# 073021**
# 073004*.............................................................208 VAC, 3Ø, 60Hz, 104 amps
# 073022**
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# 073005*.............................................................220/380/415 VAC, 3Ø, 50 Hz, 98/57/52 amps
# 073023**
# 073026*.............................................................200 VAC, 3Ø, 50 Hz, 108 amps
# 073024**
# 073036*.............................................................500 VAC, 3Ø, 50 Hz, 43 amps
# 073039**
Dimensions:
Width ....................................................................28-1/4" (71 cm)
Height...................................................................35-1/2" (90 cm) w/o casters
43" (109 cm) w/casters
Depth....................................................................41-1/4" (104 cm) w/o handle
50" (127 cm) w/handle
Weight ..................................................................780 pounds (351 kg)
Cooling................................................................Forced Air (Class F)
Torch Coolant Tank Capacity ............................2.9 gallons (11 liters)
Torch Coolant Requirements and
Coolant Safety Data ...........................................See Appendix B
** MAX200 Power Supply – Machine Torch w/o THC Configuration
** MAX200 Power Supply – Machine Torch w/THC Configuration
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Gas Requirements:
Gas Type/Quality..................................................Air (compressed)/clean, dry, oil-free
Oxygen (O2)/99.5% (liquid)
Nitrogen (N2)/99.995% (liquid)
Carbon Dioxide (CO2 )/99.5% (compressed or liquid)
Argon/Hydrogen (H35 = 35% Hydrogen/65% Argon)
Plasma Gases .....................................................Air, O2, N2, H35
Shield Gases .......................................................Air, CO2, N2
Plasma Gas Flow ................................................66 scfh (Air), 60 scfh (N2), 70 scfh (H35), 72 scfh (O2)
Shield Gas Flow ...................................................220 scfh (CO2), 280 scfh (Air), 290 scfh (N2)
Plasma Gas Inlet Pressure .................................90/120 psi (6.2/8.3 bar) (flowing)
Shield Gas Inlet Pressure ...................................90 psi (6.2 bar) (flowing)
Plasma Gas Pressure (Test/Run).........................See Cut Charts in Operation section of IM87 (#800870)
or IM98 (#800980)
Shield Gas Pressure ...........................................70 psi (4.8 bar)
MAX200 CE Power Supplies
The specifications specific to the 400V CE power supplies (073200 and 073213) are listed below. These CE power
supplies conform to all other CE power supply specifications as listed above. Refer to Appendix A for EMC
requirements, power cable connections, and parts information specific to the MAX200 CE power supplies.
Input Power (Input Voltage (U1) x Input Current (I1)):
# 073200 (without THC) .......................................400 VAC, 3Ø, 50 Hz, 56 amps
# 073213 (with THC) ............................................400 VAC, 3Ø, 50 Hz, 56 amps
Dimensions:
Height...................................................................40-3/4" (104 cm) w/o casters
48-1/4" (122 cm) w/casters
Weight ..................................................................800 pounds (363 kg)
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PAC200T (90° & 65°) Cutting/PAC200E (65°) Gouging/MAX200 Rev 1 (90°) Hand Torches
Maximum cutting thickness ..................................2 inches (50 mm)
Maximum current at 100% duty cycle ..................200 amps
Plasma Gas Flow .................................................66 scfh (Air), 60 scfh (N2), 70 scfh (H35), 72 scfh (O2)
Shield Gas Flow ...................................................220 scfh (CO2), 280 scfh (Air), 290 scfh (N2)
Water Coolant Flow Rate .....................................0.8 gpm (3.0 l/min)
Weight ..................................................................3 lbs (1.4 kg - MAX200 Rev 1 90°)
2-1/2 lbs. (1.1 kg – PAC200T/E)
MAX200 Machine Torch
Maximum cutting thickness ..................................2 inches (50 mm)
Maximum current at 100% duty cycle ..................200 amps
Plasma Gas Flow .................................................66 scfh (Air), 60 scfh (N2), 70 scfh (H35), 72 scfh (O2)
Shield Gas Flow ...................................................220 scfh (CO2), 280 scfh (Air), 290 scfh (N2)
Water Coolant Flow Rate .....................................0.8 gpm (3.0 l/min)
Weight ..................................................................2-1/2 lbs. (1.1 kg)
Switch Remote (SR) V/C Control
Controls................................................................Start button:
Activates IHS (if on) and initializes pilot arc.
Stop button:
Deactivates main contactor in power supply.
IHS On/Off switch:
Turns IHS system on or off.
Auto Height On/Off switch:
Activates THC in power supply.
Voltage adjust pot:
Adjusts arc cutting voltage and displays value on LEDs.
Current adjust pot:
Adjusts arc cutting current and
displays value on LEDs.
Control Range ......................................................Current: 40 to 200 Amps
Voltage: 100 to 200 Volts
Control Resolution................................................Current: 20 Amps
Voltage: 5 Volts
Dimensions:
Width ....................................................................11-1/2" ( 29 cm)
Height...................................................................5" (13 cm)
Depth....................................................................13-1/4" (34 cm)
Weight ..................................................................6 pounds (2.7 kg)
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Digital Remote (DR) V/C Control – Optional
Controls................................................................Voltage adjust pot:
Adjusts arc cutting voltage and displays value on LEDs.
Current adjust pot:
Adjusts arc cutting current and displays value on LEDs.
Dimensions:
Width ....................................................................11-1/2" (29 cm)
Height...................................................................3" (7.6 cm)
Depth....................................................................13-3/8" (34 cm)
Weight ..................................................................5 pounds-5 oz. (2.4 kg)
Programmable Remote (PR) V/C Control – Optional
Controls................................................................None. Controlled through guidance machinery computer.
Dimensions:
Width ....................................................................11-1/2" (29 cm)
Height...................................................................3" (7.6 cm)
Depth....................................................................12-1/2" (31.8 cm)
Weight ..................................................................5 pounds-5 oz. (2.4 kg)
Initial Height Sensing – Optional
Input Power ..........................................................120 VAC from power supply
Air Pressure .........................................................20 psi (1.4 bar) regulated shop air input to solenoid.
Dimensions:
Width ....................................................................9" (23 cm)
Height...................................................................4-1/2" (11 cm)
Depth....................................................................11-1/2" (29 cm)
Weight ..................................................................13 pounds (6 kg)
Water Muffler – Optional
Refer to Water Muffler Instruction Manual (P/N 802050). Must use optional 1.75" diameter torch to install
Water Muffler.
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Section 3
MAINTENANCE
In this section:
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................................................3-2
Routine Maintenance................................................................................................................................................3-3
Torch and Torch Leads .....................................................................................................................................3-3
Torch Coolant ...................................................................................................................................................3-3
Power Supply ...................................................................................................................................................3-3
Theory of Operation: “Chopper” Power Supply ........................................................................................................3-4
Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................3-4
Circuit Description ............................................................................................................................................3-4
Theory of Operation: High Frequency ......................................................................................................................3-6
Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................3-6
Circuit Description ............................................................................................................................................3-6
Sequence of Events..................................................................................................................................................3-7
Initial Checks ..........................................................................................................................................................3-13
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................................................3-16
Test Procedures ......................................................................................................................................................3-30
Arc Transfer Test Procedure ..........................................................................................................................3-30
Chopper Module Test Procedure ...................................................................................................................3-31
Voltage Divider Test Procedure (Machine-Torch Systems) ............................................................................3-33
MAX200 Rev 1 90° Hand Torch Removal and Replacement .................................................................................3-34
Removal .........................................................................................................................................................3-34
Replacement ..................................................................................................................................................3-34
MAX200 Rev 1 90° Hand Torch Lead Set and Individual Torch Leads Removal and Replacement ......................3-36
Torch Lead Set ...............................................................................................................................................3-36
Removal .....................................................................................................................................................3-36
Replacement ..............................................................................................................................................3-36
Individual Torch Leads ...................................................................................................................................3-36
Removal .....................................................................................................................................................3-36
Replacement ..............................................................................................................................................3-38
MAX200 Rev 1 90° Hand Torch Lead Set Assemblies...................................................................................3-39
MAX200 Machine Torch Removal and Replacement .............................................................................................3-40
Removal .........................................................................................................................................................3-40
Replacement ..................................................................................................................................................3-40
MAX200 Machine Torch Lead Set and Individual Torch Leads Removal and Replacement ..................................3-42
Torch Lead Set ...............................................................................................................................................3-42
Removal .....................................................................................................................................................3-42
Replacement ..............................................................................................................................................3-42
Individual Torch Leads ...................................................................................................................................3-44
Removal .....................................................................................................................................................3-44
Replacement ..............................................................................................................................................3-44
PAC200T/E Torches Removal and Replacement ...................................................................................................3-46
Removal .........................................................................................................................................................3-46
Replacement ..................................................................................................................................................3-46
PAC200T/E Torch Lead Assembly Removal and Replacement..............................................................................3-48
Removal .........................................................................................................................................................3-48
Replacement ..................................................................................................................................................3-48
Increase or Decrease PAC200T/E Torch Lead Length ...........................................................................................3-50
Adjust Plasma Gas.........................................................................................................................................3-53
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Introduction
The MAX200, and all Hypertherm plasma systems, undergo rigorous testing prior to shipment and should require
little maintenance if proper setup and operation procedures as outlined in instruction manuals #800870 (MAX200
Hand Torch) and #800980 (MAX200 Machine Torch) are followed.
If a problem does arise, this section will familiarize qualified service personnel with the proper operation of the
MAX200 system, and will provide guides to troubleshoot problems that may occur during operation. Isolation of a
problem at a modular level is the intent of this section. PC board component-level troubleshooting is not addressed
unless the component is easily isolated and easily replaced.
After a routine maintenance section, a general theory of operation for the chopper power supply and high
frequency circuits followed by a detailed sequence of events flowchart are presented so that service personnel can
gain knowledge of proper MAX200 operation. An initial checks procedure is then given, followed by a
troubleshooting guide and test procedures to aid in servicing the MAX200 system. Finally, procedures to remove,
and replace the torch and torch leads are given.
It is assumed that the service personnel performing the troubleshooting testing are high-level electronic
service technicians that have worked with high voltage electro-mechanical systems. Knowledge of final
isolation troubleshooting techniques is also assumed.
In addition to being technically qualified, maintenance personnel must perform all testing with safety in
mind. Refer to the Safety section for operating precautions and warning formats.
If you need additional assistance or need to order parts, call our Customer Service or Technical Service Group at
the phone numbers listed in the front of this manual.
WARNING
SHOCK HAZARD: The large electrolytic capacitor(s) (blue-cased cylinder(s)) store large amounts of
energy in the form of electric voltage. Even if the power is off, dangerous voltages exist at the capacitor
terminals, on the chopper, and the diode heatsinks. Never discharge the capacitor(s) with a screwdriver
or other implement…explosion, property damage and/or personal injury will result. Wait at least five
minutes after turning the power supply off before touching the chopper or the capacitor(s).
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Routine Maintenance
The MAX200 system is designed to require very little regular maintenance under normal use. The following torch,
torch leads, torch coolant and power supply routine maintenance checks are suggested to keep your system in top
running condition:
Torch and Torch Leads
Always inspect the torch consumable parts and torch main body prior to cutting. Worn or damaged parts can cause
gas and water leaks which can affect the cut quality. Check for pitting and burn marks on the consumable parts and
replace, if necessary. See Changing Consumable Parts in Section 4 of the MAX200 Instruction Manual (#800870 –
Hand Torch, or #800980 – Machine Torch).
The torch leads should be checked occasionally for cracking and damage.
Torch Coolant
A standard mixture of propylene glycol (30%), deionized water (69.9%) and benzotriazole (0.1 %) is recomended.
Refer to Appendix B for Torch Coolant Requirements and the Material Safety Data Sheets on propylene glycol and
benzotriazolefor data on safety, handling, and storage.
Power Supply
Inspect the power supply on a routine basis.
• Check the exterior for any damage. If there is damage, ensure it does not affect safe operation of the power
supply.
• Remove covers and inspect the interior. Check wiring harnesses and connections for wear and damage. Check
for loose connections and look for areas of discoloration due to overheating.
• At the rear of the power supply, inspect the particle filter element of the water/coolant subassembly. In the event
that the filter becomes excessively dirty, torch coolant flow can slow down causing the flow switch to open (turn
off) and make the coolant flow interlock status LED illuminate. The filter turns to a browish color when dirty.
Replace the filter element (027005) when it starts to change color.
• Every 2 weeks, inspect the air filter in the front panel of the power supply by removing the access cover and
lifting the filter out. Replace filter (027441) when dirty.
• Every 6 months, flush the power supply of its torch coolant and replace with new coolant (028872).
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Theory of Operation: “Chopper” Power Supply
Introduction
The MAX200 plasma unit uses a “chopper” control circuit to stabilize the DC output current of the system. The
chopper is a switching circuit that is AC activated and outputs a square wave with the peak value being equal to its
DC input (283 VDC in the case of the MAX200).
Circuit Description
The following is a description of the operation of the chopper section of the MAX200 power supply. See wiring
diagram 013-4-179 as well as component figures in the Parts List section for reference.
“Snubber” Section
The “snubber” section supplies 283VDC to the chopper PCBs.
Incoming AC voltage enters dual snubber PCBs (PCB1, PCB3) and becomes rectified to DC through diodes D1D6. Varistors MOV1, MOV2, and MOV3 limit transient voltage spikes. Capacitors C1-C6 are charged to 283VDC.
Bleeder resistors R7 and R8 allow capacitors C1-C6 to discharge when the unit is not in use.
Chopper Section
Chopper modules PCB2 and PCB4 are powered by 14VAC from T3 and T4. Current control, which controls pulse
duration (duty cycle) of the choppers is selected from Voltage/Current (V/C) Remote or thumbwheel switch. This
information is on pins 5 and 6 of REC1 on the chopper PCBs. A longer pulse duration yields a higher output
current, and a shorter pulse duration yields a lower output current. The chopper module generates a square wave
of output current at the input DC voltage (283V) at an operating frequency of16KHZ.
The output of the chopper goes to the surge injection circuit (R4, C7), filter inductors (L1, L2), chopper module
diode, torch electrode, transferred arc sensor (CS1), and shunt resistors (R1, R2, R3). Fuses F3 and F4 protect
each chopper from exceeding 125 amps of output.
Surge Injection Circuit
Surge injection circuit capacitor C7 charges to the open circuit voltage of the chopper module (283VDC). When the
arc is transferred from the electrode to the workpiece (see THEORY OF OPERATION: HIGH FREQUENCY later in
this section for more information on arc transfer), C7 discharges through the 5Ω R4 and on to the torch electrode.
Current provided by C7 maintains the cutting arc, while the chopper module and rectifier circuit responds to the
current load of the cutting arc. Filter inductors (L1 and L2) and the chopper module diode begin to function once the
arc is established.
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Filter Inductor and Chopper Module Diode Circuit
During the off interval of the chopper module output cycle, the magnetic fields of L1 and L2 will collapse, and their
polarity will reverse (looking at page 1 of wiring schematic inductors L1 and L2 will now be negative on their left
side). This action of the inductor will forward bias the chopper output diode causing current flow to pass through it
from bottom to top. L1 and L2 then maintain the cutting arc current flow during the “off” chopper cycle.
Current Sensor Circuit
The current sensor coil CS1 is a magnetic device that produces a voltage when current is sensed from the cable
passing through it. The cable is directly attached to the workpiece, and the sensing of current will occur when the
arc is transferred. This type of sensing phenomena is known as the Hall effect. This voltage is transmitted from pin
3 on PL12, to pin 14 of REC2 on the Control PCB (PCB7).
Shunt Circuit
R1 and R2 are shunt resistors for choppers CH1 and CH2, respectively. R3 carries the sum of the currents flowing
to R1 and R2. The voltage taken across R1 and R2 is sent to Control PCB7. This shunt voltage will be compared
with the current control voltage. Any difference between the two voltages is sensed, and the output control signal to
the chopper module is adjusted to correct any error.
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Theory of Operation: High Frequency
Introduction
The MAX200 power supply uses a high frequency transformer to initiate a pilot arc between the nozzle and the
electrode to start the plasma torch. When the torch is sufficiently close to the workpiece, the arc will “transfer” to
the workpiece. Once the arc has been transferred, relays open to disable the high frequency transformer and the
pilot arc.
Circuit Description
The following is a description of the operation of the high frequency section of the MAX200 power supply. See
wiring diagram 013-4-179 as well as component placement figures in the Parts List section for reference.
High Frequency Generation Circuit
A high voltage is necessary to activate the high frequency generation. 120 VAC is sent through REC26 to a high
voltage transformer T5. T5 steps up the 120 VAC to 5000VAC. This voltage charges C7 and C8. Once voltage
across the caps gets sufficiently high, the space between the sparkgaps (SG1) breaks down, causing a virtual short
circuit which creates a damped oscillating LC circuit between C7, C8 and the high frequency coil T6. The frequency
of this oscillating circuit is determined by the equation F = 1/(2π x √ (LC)).
As C7 and C8 discharge, the decaying voltage across the spark gap causes the gap to once again become “open”.
The capacitors charge again, and the process repeats.
It is important that the proper spark gap be maintained. The MAX200 requires a spark gap setting of .020". If the
gaps are too wide, they will not break down at all because there will not be enough voltage available to jump the air
space between the gaps. If the gaps are too close together, an almost continuous series of pulses is produced, but
the amplitude and duration of each pulse may not be large enough to initiate the pilot arc.
Once there is ionized plasma flow between nozzle and electrode, the current present at the electrode will jump the
gap to the nozzle, completing the circuit through the parallel pilot arc resistors R6. The pilot arc is now initialized.
Pilot Arc Circuit
The current level for the pilot arc is determined by the parallel resistors R6. When the torch is sufficiently close to
the workpiece, the arc is transferred to the workpiece. Once the transferred arc is established, relay CR1 opens,
stopping the pilot arc. The controls for shutting off the pilot arc and the high frequency generator come from Control
PCB7.
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Sequence of Events
On the following pages is a detailed flow chart outlining the sequence of events during proper MAX200 operation
with a hand or machine torch. Shaded boxes represent action taken by the operator.
The following symbols used in the flowchart are ANSI standard flowcharting symbols. Their names and definitions
are as follows:
Terminus
The terminus is used to indicate the beginning
or ending point of a flowchart.
Task/Process The process or task box is used to indicate any
Box
process or task other than an input/output
operation or a decision.
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Decision
Diamond
The decision diamond is used to indicate a
decision or branching point.
Preparation
The preparation symbol is used to indicate an
instruction modification.
Off-page
Connector
The off-page connector is used to indicate exit
or entry from another page to the flowchart.
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Push ON button
(PB1)
110V relay (CR2)
on PCB6 closes.
Power light on, fan on.
All interlocks
satisfied?
No
24VAC relay (CR1), 240VAC
relay (CR3) on PCB6 stay open,
status indicators remain
illuminated. Correct interlock
problem.
Yes
IHS installed
and ON?
Yes
Torch retracts to
Upper Limit Switch (ULS),
D2 and D3 on PCB9
illuminate.
No
24VAC and 120VAC relay (CR1) closes;
D5&D33 (+12VDC) on PCB7 illuminate;
240VAC relay (CR3) closes;
coolant pump motor (M1) on,
and V7 valve activates (opens).
All status indicators extinguish.
THC installed?
Yes
D5 (-12VDC) on
PCB9 illuminate.
No
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Switch to TEST
Plasma gas valve (V1), shield
gas valve (V2), and step
valve (V3) all open.
Gases flow.
Adjust flow rates,
set current
THC installed?
Yes
Set machine delay
No
Switch to
RUN
Plasma gas valve (V1), shield
gas valve (V2), and step
valve (V3) all close.
Gases stop flowing.
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Push START
button
IHS installed
and ON?
Yes
IHS probes extend,
D2 on PCB9 active.
No
1/2 second
delay
Plasma gas valve (V1),
shield gas valve (V2) open,
D6(Start) on PCB7 lights.
Torch indexes to work
and IHS probes retract.
2 seconds of
gas preflow
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Main Contactor (CON1) closes,
pilot arc relay (CR1) closes,
power to high voltage transformer (T5),
high frequency sparking and pilot arc initiated.
DC ON lights, D21 (Chopper1),
D22 (Chopper 2) on PCB7 light.
Transfer of
arc?
No
Yes
Arc transfer sensed,
D8 (Xfer) on PCB7 lights,
pilot arc relay (CR1) opens,
power off to high voltage transformer (T5),
high frequency and pilot arc off.
Step valve (V3) and quick-charge valve (V9) on.
PS4 opens, quick-charge valve (V9) off.
THC
installed?
Yes
Machine
motion delay,
D31 on PCB9
active
No
Machine motion starts
(machine torch only).
Cutting begins.
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THC
installed?
Yes
D3 (UP) and
D4 (DOWN) active
on PCB9
No
STOP pressed (machine torch),
START button released (hand torch)
Plate overrun
Machine motion stops (machine torch only),
main contactor (CON1) opens,
DC ON light off,
choppers off,
D6, D8, D21, D22 on PCB7 off.
D3, D4
deactivated on
PCB9
Yes
THC
installed?
No
Torch retracts to
ULS
Yes
IHS installed
and ON?
No
1 second of
gas post-flow
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Plasma gas valve (V1),
shield gas valve (V2),
step valve (V3) close.
Cut sequence complete.
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Initial Checks
Before trouble-shooting specific problems, it is good practice to do a visual check, and verify that voltages are
present at the power source, transformer and power distribution board.
WARNING
SHOCK HAZARD: High voltages inside the power supply can kill! Always use caution when servicing
a power supply that is plugged in and has an access panel removed.
1. Disconnect line power by turning main disconnect switch off and unplugging the power supply unit.
2. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, remove top access panel, 2 side access panels, and front and rear access
panels.
3. Inspect interior of unit for discoloration on PC boards, or other apparent damage. If a component or module is
obviously defective upon visual inspection, remove and replace it before doing any testing. Refer to the Parts
List section to identify parts and part numbers.
4. If no damage is apparent, plug in the power supply unit, and apply power by turning on the main disconnect
switch.
5. For a 200, 208, 240, 480, or 600-volt power supply, measure the voltage at TB1 between L1 (U), L2 (V) and L3
(W). See Figure 3-1, item 5. Refer to wiring diagram supplied with manual, if required. The voltage between any
2 of the 3 points at TB1 should be equal to the supply voltage (200, 208, 240, 480, or 600 VAC). If there is a
problem at this point, disconnect main power and check connections, power cable, and fuses or circuit breaker
at line disconnect switch. Repair or replace any defective components.
For a 400-volt CE power supply, measure the voltage between the U, V and W studs on the EMI filter. Refer to
Appendix A. Also refer to wiring diagram supplied with manual, if required. The voltage between any 2 of the 3
studs should be equal to the supply voltage (400 VAC). If there is a problem at this point, disconnect main power
and check connections, power cable, and fuses or circuit breaker at line disconnect switch. Repair or replace
any defective components.
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2
1 PC Board PCB6
2 Linkboard
3 Fuse F1/F2
1
4 Contactor CON 1
5 Terminal Block TB1
6 Transformer T1
3
4
Primary, 3-Phase, AC
Power Cable
6
5
L1
Figure 3-1
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L3
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Figure 3-2
Power Distribution PCB6
6. Measure voltage at power distribution board PCB6 (Figure 3-1, item 1). Look on the board for fuses F1 through
F4 (Figure 3-2). Measurements between each fuse and chassis ground should be as follows:
F1:
F2:
F3:
F4:
24VAC
120VAC
240VAC
120VAC
If voltages are not present, or incorrect at 1 or more of these points, disconnect power and troubleshoot PCB6
fuses and associated pins, connectors and wiring between power distribution board connector REC1 and
transformer secondary T1 (Figure 3-1, item 6).
Also, check main power fuses F1 and F2 (Figure 3-1, item 3) and associated wiring and connections between
T1 and L1 and L2.
Repair or replace any defective components.
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Troubleshooting
The troubleshooting section is presented by following normal operational sequence.
Before troubleshooting for specific problems, be sure that unit passes Initial Checks as outlined earlier in this
section.
WARNING
SHOCK HAZARD: Always use caution when servicing a power supply when the covers are removed.
Dangerous voltages exist within the power supply which could cause injury or death. If questions or
problems arise during servicing, call the Hypertherm Technical Services Department at 1-800-643-0030.
Problem
Possible Causes and Solutions
1.
1.1. The green POWER ON(I) PB1 pushbutton is defective.
Check that switch is operating correctly, and that good
contact is being made. The POWER ON switch is normally
open.
The green POWER ON
pushbutton switch PB1 is
pressed, but the fans are
not operating and the green
POWER ON indicator does
not illuminate.
1.2. The red POWER OFF(O) PB2 pushbutton is defective.
Check that switch is operating correctly, and that good
contact is being made. The POWER OFF switch is normally
closed.
1.3. Associated wiring not making good contact.
Check wiring and repair or replace, if necessary.
2.
The green POWER ON
pushbutton switch PB1 is
pressed, the POWER ON
indicator illuminates, but the
fans are not running.
2.1. CR2 on the Power Distribution Board is defective.
Check that CR2 switches when POWER ON pushbutton is
pressed. See Figure 3-2 for location of CR2. If CR2 is
defective, desolder CR2 and replace.
2.2. PL31 and REC31 located near the fans (see Figure 4-1 for
location of fans) are not seated together securely and/or not
getting 120VAC from Power Distribution Board.
• Check pins, connectors and associated wiring for good
continuity.
• Check for 120VAC at PL31.
2.3. PL2 and REC2 on Power Distribution Board (see Figure 3-2
for location of REC2) are not seated well.
Check pins, connectors and associated wiring for good
continuity. Repair or replace, if necessary.
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Possible Causes and Solutions
3.
3.1. Pushbutton PB1 was not held down long enough.
Press and hold PB1 for a minimum of five seconds.
The green POWER ON
pushbutton switch PB1 is
pressed, the fans are operating,
but the green POWER ON
indicator does not illuminate.
3.2. Relay CR1 on the Power Distribution Board is defective.
Check that CR1 switches when POWER ON pushbutton is
pressed. See Figure 3-2 for location of CR1. If CR1 is
defective, desolder CR1 and replace.
3.3. One or more of the STATUS LEDs remains illuminated,
indicating a fault condition.
The following is a guide to troubleshooting the cause of unlit
STATUS indicators:
3a.
INTERLOCK LED
illuminated:
/CAP
3a.1. No jumper between terminals 34 and 35 of TB4.
If your unit does not have a Remote High Frequency
Console, this LED will be satisfied if there is a jumper
between terminals 34 and 35 of TB4. See Figure 4-10 for
location of TB4. If the jumper is there:
• Using the 013-2-179 wiring diagram, check pins,
connectors and associated wiring from REC3 on the
Power Distribution Board (PCB6) to terminals 34 and 35
of TB4.
Repair and/or replace defective component(s) if necessary.
3b.
TRANSFORMER LED
illuminated:
/CAP
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3b.1. Main transformer T2 or one of the choppers is
overheating.
This LED will extinguish when the main transformer (T2) is
operating in a normal temperature range (under 165° C)
and choppers CH1 and CH2 are also operating in the
normal temperature range (under 82° C). See Figure 4-3
for location of T2 and connector to TS1. Chopper
temperature switches TSW1 and TSW2 are located on
choppers CH1 and CH2 respectively. See Figures 4-7, 4-8
and 4-9.
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Problem
Possible Causes and Solutions
• Check temperature switches (normally closed).
• Check pins, connectors and associated wiring to
temperature switches.
• Leave the fans running, and try restarting the unit after
one hour. If LED still illuminates, one of the choppers or
the main transformer may need to be replaced.
3c.
COOLANT LEVEL LED
illuminated:
/CAP
3c.1. Coolant level is low.
This LED will extinguish when a proper coolant level in the
coolant reservoir is maintained. Level switch LS1 is
located in the coolant reservoir, and will open when it
senses that coolant level is too low. See Figure 4-13 for
location of coolant reservoir and LS1.
• Check coolant level.
• If coolant level is adequate, disconnect PL23 (located
near reservoir) and check to see if LS1 switch is closed.
• Check connections and associated wiring from PL23 to
REC3 of PCB6. See Figure 4-6 for location of PCB6, and
Figure 3-2 for location of REC3.
Repair and/or replace defective component(s) if necessary.
3d.
SHIELD GAS/CAP LED
illuminated:
/CAP
3d.1. Shield gas pressure too low.
This LED will extinguish when shield gas pressure of
70 psi or greater is sensed by PS2. See Figure 4-6 for
location of PS2, and Figure 3-14 for gas interconnect
diagram.
• Check to see that shield gas supply is set to
specifications according to the Cut Chart tables in
Section 4 of MAX200 Instruction Manual (#800870 Hand
Torch; #800980 Machine Torch).
• Verify that all shield gas connections are secure, and that
there are no leaks in the hosing. See Figure 4-10 for
location of Shield Gas Supply bulkhead.
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Problem
Possible Causes and Solutions
• Verify that the torch cap is on tight, and that no hissing
from gas leakage is heard.
• Check for damage to O-rings in the torch main body. See
Figure 3-3 for location of torch main body and O-rings for
hand torch, and Figure 3-6 for machine torch.
3d.2. Pressure switch PS2 not functioning.
PS2 is normally open, and closes when shield gas
pressure is 70 psi or greater. After PS2 is closed, the
SHIELD GAS/CAP LEDextinguishes.
• Using the 013-2-179 wiring diagram, check pins,
connectors and associated wiring from REC3 on the
Power Distribution Board to PS2.
3d.3. Solenoid valve V4 not functioning.
V4 is normally closed and opens when 24VAC is applied.
See Figure 4-6 for location of V4.
• Using the 013-2-179 wiring diagram, check pins,
connectors and associated wiring from REC3 on the
Power Distribution Board to V4.
Repair and/or replace defective component(s) if necessary.
3e. PLASMA GAS LED
illuminated:
/CAP
3e.1. Plasma gas pressure too low.
This LED will extinguish when PS1 senses plasma gas
pressure of 60 psi or greater. Refer to Figure 4-4 for
location of PS1, and Figure 3-14 for gas interconnect
diagram.
• Verify that plasma gas supply is set to specifications in
Cut Chart Tables in Section 4 of MAX200 Instruction
Manual (#800870 or #800980).
• Verify that all Plasma Gas connections are secure, and
that there are no leaks in the hosing. See Figure 4-10 for
location of plasma gas supply bulkhead.
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Problem
Possible Causes and Solutions
3e.2. Pressure switch PS1 not functioning.
This switch is normally open, and closes when plasma gas
pressure is at or above 60 psi. After PS1 is closed, the
12 VDC extinguishes the PLASMA GAS LED.
• Using the 013-2-179 wiring diagram, check pins,
connectors and associated wiring from REC3 on the
Power Distribution Board to PS1.
Repair and/or replace defective component(s) if necessary.
3f.
COOLANT TEMP LED
illuminated:
3f.1. Coolant too hot.
This LED will extinguish when temperature switch TS2
senses that the temperature of coolant in the coolant
reservoir is under 160°F. See Figure 4-13 for location of
TS2 and the coolant reservoir.
• Check to see if water coolant is above 160°C.
/CAP
• Disconnect PL24 (located in the rear of the power supply
near the coolant reservoir), and check to see if TS2 is
open. TS2 is normally closed, and is opened when a
temperature above 160°F is reached.
• Using the 013-2-179 wiring diagram, check pins, wires
and connections from PL24 to REC3 of PCB6. See Figure
4-6 for location of PCB6. See Figure 3-2 for location of
REC3.
Repair and/or replace defective component(s) if necessary.
3g.
COOLANT FLOW LED
illuminated:
3g.1. Coolant flow too slow.
This LED will extinguish when FS1 senses a coolant flow
of at least .5gpm to the torch. See Figure 4-13 for location
of flow switch FS1, motor M1, pump P1 and filter element.
3g.2. Motor M1 not functioning.
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• Check to see if 240VAC is available at PL21. PL21 is
located near the pump. Note: The 240VAC relay (CR3) on
PCB6 will not close until the first five interlocks (STATUS
indicators) are satisfied.
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Problem
Possible Causes and Solutions
• Using the 013-2-179 wiring diagram, check pins,
connections and associated wiring from PL21 to REC5 of
PCB6. See Figure 4-4 for location of PCB6. See Figure
3-2 for location of REC5. If 240VAC is not available at
REC5, CR3 may be defective. Replace PCB6 if CR3 is
defective.
3g.3. Flowwitch FS1 not functioning.
FS1 is a normally open switch that is closed when a flow
greater than .5gpm is sensed. When FS1 is closed, the
COOLANT FLOW LED extinguishes.
• Check coolant hoses and connections for leaks.
Repair and/or replace defective component(s) if necessary.
4.
All status indicators
extinguished, switch to TEST,
but no gas flow.
4.1. Volume of hosing from supply gas to power supply is too
small in diameter.
Increase I.D. of supply hose.
4.2. Valves V1, V2, and V3 not getting 120VAC from Control
Board PCB7.
• On PCB7, check to see if D5 and D33 are illuminated.
See Figure 3-16 for location of D5 and D33. If these LEDs
are not illuminated check pins, connectors and associated
wiring from REC2 of Power Distribution Board to REC2
and REC4 of Control Board.
• If D5 and D33 are lit, disconnect receptacles 28 and 29
from V1 and V3, and check for 120VAC from Control
Board PCB7 after S1 is in the TEST position. See Figure
4-4 for location of V1 and V3.
• If there is no 120VAC use 013-4-179 wiring diagram and
check pins, connections and associated wiring from V1
and V3 to REC1 of PCB7. If wiring is O.K., replace
Control Board PCB7.
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Problem
Possible Causes and Solutions
5.
5.1. V6 is closed.
Open V6 (shield gas knob). See Figure 3-14 for gas
interconnect diagram.
All status indicators
extinguished, switch to TEST,
plasma gas flow present, but
no shield gas flow.
5.2. V2 not opening.
Disconnect PL30 from REC30 and check for 120VAC from
Control Board PCB7. See Figure 4-1 for location of V2.
If there is 120VAC at V2, replace V2.
If there is no 120VAC at V2, use 013-2-179 wiring diagram
to check pins, connections and associated wiring from V2 to
REC2 of Control Board PCB7. If wiring is O.K., replace
PCB7.
6.
All status indicators
extinguished, switch from
TEST to RUN, but gases
continue to flow.
6.1. S1 (TEST/RUN) switch is defective.
Do a continuity check to verify that S1 is functioning
properly.
6.2. V1, V2 or V3 not closing.
Using the 013-2-179 wiring diagram, verify that 120VAC is
not at V1, V2 and V3 when S1 is in the RUN position. See
Figures 4-3 and 4-4 for location of V1 and V3, and Figure
4-1 for location of V2.
If there is 120VAC at any one of these valves while in the
RUN position, replace PCB7.
If 120VAC is not at the valves, troubleshoot each valve to
determine which one is stuck open.
Repair and/or replace defective valve(s).
7.
The green POWER ON
indicator is illuminated, the
START command is given and
DC ON indicator is illuminated
but there is no high frequency
and no pilot arc.
7.1. There is no spark between the spark gap electrodes.
Clean (with emery cloth), align, and/or regap (.020" per gap)
the electrodes, if necessary. Ensure that the electrode
surfaces between the gaps are flat. If surfaces are rounded,
replace and regap. See Figure 4-11 for part number
information.
• Visually inspect the high voltage transformer T5 for
leaking oil or overheating. See Figure 4-10 for location of
T5. Replace T5 if leaking or overheating.
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Problem
Possible Causes and Solutions
• Disconnect PL26 from REC26 and check for 120VAC at
PL26 after START command is given. REC26 is located
near T5 (high-voltage transformer). (See Figure 4-10 for
location of T5)
• If there is no 120VAC at PL26, use 013-2-179 wiring
diagram and check pins, connectors and associated
wiring from PL26 to REC2 of Control Board PCB7. If
connections are O.K., replace PCB7.
• If there is 120VAC at PL26 , shut down system and
remove capacitors C7 and C8. (See Figure 4-11 for
location of C7 and C8) Restart system and see if a faint
spark is now observed across the gaps.
• If a spark is not observed at the gaps, replace T5. If there
is a spark, shut down system, and replace capacitors
C7 and C8. (Always replace the capacitors in pairs).
7.2. There is no high frequency at the torch.
Check for a shorted torch, a damaged pilot arc lead, or
loose lead connections. Replace the torch or pilot arc lead
or tighten the lead connections.
8.
The green POWER ON indicator
is illuminated, the torch START
command is given and the DC
ON indicator illuminates, and
there is high frequency, but
there is no pilot arc.
8.1. Pilot arc relay CR1 is not getting 120VAC from the Control
Board PCB7.
See if the CR1 relay contacts close after the START
command is given. See Figure 4-10 for location of CR1. If
CR1 does not close:
• With an AC voltmeter between wires 62 and 63, see if
120VAC is coming from PCB7 after START command is
given.
• If there is no 120VAC, check connectors, terminals, pins,
and associated wiring to REC2 of PCB7.
• If wiring is O.K., replace PCB7.
8.2. Pilot arc relay CR1 is defective.
If there is 120VAC at wires 62 and 63 (see above steps),
and CR1 does not close, replace CR1.
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Problem
Possible Causes and Solutions
8.3. Main contactor (CON1) or PCB7 is defective.
• With an AC voltmeter, see if contactor CON1 is getting
24VAC between pins 66&67 after START command is
given. If there is no 24VAC, check pins, connectors and
associated wiring from CON1 to pins 5&6 of REC1 of
PCB7.
• If wiring is O.K., replace PCB7.
• If CON1 is getting 24VAC from the Control Board as
described above, measure the voltage between all
terminals 1A, 1B and 1C of main transformer T2. after the
START command is given. See Figure 4-3 for location of
T2. The voltage between any two of the three points
should be equal to 200VAC.
• Measure the voltage between all terminals 2A, 2B and 2C
of main transformer T2 after the START command is
given. The voltage between any two of the three points
should be equal to 200VAC.
If there is no voltage at any of the above points, replace
CON1.
If there is voltage at some but not all of the above points,
check wiring and connections to and from T2. If wiring
checks out OK, replace T2.
8.4. Choppers 1 and/or 2 defective or not functioning.
See Chopper Module Test Procedure later in this section to
troubleshoot.
9.
The green POWER ON indicator
is illuminated, and the START
command has been given, but
the DC ON indicator does not
illuminate.
9.1. The torch start button is defective (on hand-torch system).
The interface between the machine START button and the
MAX200 power supply is wrong or defective (on machinetorch system).
Check to see if D6 on PCB7 (see Figure 3-16) illuminates
when START command is given. If D6 does not illuminate,
use 013-2-179 wiring diagram and check wiring from:
• On Hand-Torch system: Torch start button (normally
open) to terminals 177 & 178 of TB2 of power supply.
• TB2 to I/O PCB5 to TB3 to REC3 of PCB6.
• REC3 of PCB6 to REC1 of PCB7.
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Possible Causes and Solutions
• On Machine-Torch system: Cutting machine switch
(normally open) to terminals 82&83 of TB3 of power
supply.
• TB3 to REC3 of PCB6 .
• REC3 of PCB6 to REC1 of PCB7.
Repair and/or replace defective component(s), if necessary.
9.2. Control Board PCB7 or LT2 bulb is defective.
Check to see if D5 and D33 on PCB7 are illuminated (see
Figure 3-16). If these indicators are illuminated and wiring
checkout as described above is O.K., LT2 may not be
getting 24VAC from Control Board. Proceed as follows (see
Figure 4-2 for location of LT2):
• Monitor between points 64&65 with an AC volt meter.
(64&65 are terminal points to the LT2 bulb)
• Press START. Voltage between these points should read
24VAC. If there is no 24VAC, use the 013-2-179 wiring
diagram and check wires and conncectors from LT2 to
REC1 of PCB7. Repair and/or replace defective
component(s), if necessary.
If wiring is OK, replace PCB7.
• If there is 24VAC between points 64&65 after START is
pressed, replace bulb LT2.
10.
The unit stops cutting during
cut, or cuts poorly.
10.1. The work clamp is not connected or it is broken.
Connect or repair the work clamp.
10.2. Arc not transferring to workpiece.
Check work clamp and cable connecting clamp to
workpiece. Good contact must be made in order for the
arc to transfer to the workpiece.
10.3. There is insufficient air or gas pressure.
Check gas inlet pressure specifications under Cut Charts
in Operation section of MAX200 Instruction Manual
(#800870 or #800980).
Check plasma and shield gas pressures in TEST and RUN
modes as specified under Cut Charts in Operation section
of MAX200 Instruction Manual (#800870 or #800980).
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10.4. Torch is getting insufficient current.
Check the arc current setting for the type and thickness of
metal you are cutting from the Cut Charts in the Operation
section of MAX200 Instruction Manual (#800870 or
#800980).
10.5. Torch Height Control receiving incorrect voltage for correct
standoff distance (for machine torches with THC).
• Check the arc voltage setting for the type and thickness of
metal you are cutting from the Cut Charts in the
Operation section of MAX200 Instruction Manual
(#800870 or #800980).
• Check cable from power supply to remote V/C control.
See Parts List section for information on the remote V/C
cables.
10.6. The power supply has overheated.
Shut down system and wait for unit to cool down. If unit
will not restart, see interlock troubleshooting guide earlier
in this section.
10.7. Transfer of arc is not sensed.
See Arc Transfer Test Procedure later in this section to
troubleshoot.
10.8. Choppers 1 and/or 2 defective or not functioning.
See Chopper Module Test Procedure later in this section
to troubleshoot.
11.
No Initial Height Sensing
(machine-torch systems with
IHS option)
11.1. Torch lifter motor defective.
Replace torch lifter motor, if necessary.
11.2. THC board not being activated.
Check to see if D5 on PCB9 illuminates after the STATUS
indicators all extinguish. See Figure 3-15 for location of
D5. If D5 is notilluminated, then PCB9 may not be getting
120VAC from Power Distribution Board PCB6. Using 0132-179 wiring diagram, check pins, connectors and
associated wiring from REC5 of PCB9 to REC2 of PCB6.
Repair and/or replace defective component(s), if
necessary.
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11.3. IHS system not getting start command from Control Board
PCB7, or CR1 on PCB9 is defective.
• After START command is given, look to see if D2 on
PCB9 illuminates. See Figure 3-15 for location of D2.
If D2 illuminates, 120VAC should be sent to the IHS
system and be present at terminals 2 & 3 of 1TB of IHS
module. See Figure 5-4.
If there is no 120VAC at the terminals after the START
command is given, check pins, connectors, cables and
associated wiring from Initial Height Sensor to REC4 of
PCB9.
Repair or replace defective component(s), if necessary.
If wiring is O.K., replace CR1 on PCB9.
If there is 120VAC at terminals 2 & 3 of 1TB of IHS, there
may be a problem with the IHS or its hookup.
• Verify that air to IHS is on and pressure is 20 psi.
• Verify that 1SOL activates when 120VAC is applied.
See Figure 4-23 for location of 1SOL.
• Verify that cables from IHS sensors are mated securely
in their receptacles.
• If D2 on PCB9 does not illuminate after START command
is given, check pins, connectors, machine interface cable
and wires from machine to MAX200 power supply. See
Figure 3-10 in Setup section of instruction manual
#800980 for machine interface cable detail.
Repair, replace or reconnect, if necessary.
• If wiring is correct, check pin 9 of REC2 of PCB9 for
0 volts after START command is given. If 0 volts is not at
pin 9, replace Control PCB7.
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Problem
Possible Causes and Solutions
12.
IHS in use – no auto retract
after cut (machine-torch
systems with IHS option).
12.1. No upper limit switch, defective upper limit switch, or
switch improperly installed / adjusted.
See Install the Upper Limit Switch and Cable under Install
the MAX200 with IHS Option in Setup section of
instruction manual #800980 for details.
See also specifications on purchased upper limit switch.
13.
No torch UP (machine-torch
systems with THC option)
13.1. Torch lifter motor defective.
Replace torch lifter motor, if necessary.
13.2. Machine interface connections incorrect and/or external
AC or DC source not functioning or interfaced incorrectly.
See Figure 3-10 in Setup section of instruction manual
#800980 for detail and specifications for machine
interface.
13.3. THC board not being activated.
Check to see if D5 on PCB9 illuminates after the STATUS
indicators all extinguish. See Figure 3-15 for location of
D5. If D5 is notilluminated, then PCB9 may not be getting
120VAC from Power Distribution Board PCB6. Check pins,
connectors and associated wiring from REC5 of PCB9 to
REC2 of PCB6.
Repair and/or replace defective component(s), if necessary.
13.4. CR2 relay on PCB9 defective.
See if D3 illuminates during cut sequence. If D3
illuminates and there is no torch motion up and wiring to
machine is O.K., replace CR2.
13.5. Problem with the volt division circuit.
See Voltage Divider Test Procedure later in this section.
13.6. THC PCB10 defective.
See if D3 illuminates during cut sequence. If D3 does not
illuminate, and voltage division and CR2 are O.K., replace
PCB10.
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Problem
Possible Causes and Solutions
14.
14.1. Torch lifter motor defective.
Replace torch lifter motor, if necessary.
No torch DOWN (machinetorch systems with THC
option)
14.2. Machine interface connections incorrect and/or external
AC or DC source not functioning or interfaced incorrectly.
See Figure 3-10 in Setup section of instruction manual
#800980 for detail and specifications for machine
interface.
14.3. THC board not being activated.
Check to see if D5 on PCB9 illuminates after the STATUS
indicators all extinguish. See Figure 3-15 for location of
D5. If D5 is not illuminated, then PCB9 may not be getting
120VAC from Power Distribution Board PCB6. Check pins,
connectors and associated wiring from REC5 of PCB9 to
REC2 of PCB6.
Repair and/or replace defective component(s), if
necessary.
14.4. CR3 relay on PCB9 defective.
See if D4 illuminates during cut sequence. If D4
illuminates and there is no torch motion down and wiring to
machine is O.K., replace CR3.
14.5. Problem with the volt division circuit.
See Voltage Divider Test Procedure later in this section.
14.6. THC PCB10 defective.
See if D4 illuminates during cut sequence. If D4 does not
illuminate, and voltage division and CR3 are O.K., replace
PCB10.
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Test Procedures
WARNING
SHOCK HAZARD: Always use caution when servicing a power supply when the covers are removed.
Dangerous voltages exist within the power supply which could cause injury or death. If questions or
problems arise during servicing, call the Hypertherm Technical Services Department at 1-800-643-0030.
Arc Transfer Test Procedure
The “transfer” of arc refers to the arc being made between the electrode of the torch and the workpiece. The pilot
arc is made between the torch electrode and the torch nozzle and precedes transfer in normal operation. When
transfer is made, it is sensed by a Hall effect device (CS1) and the signal is sent to the Control Board PCB7. To
check for proper functioning of the arc transfer sensing system, perform the following procedure:
1. Observe D8 on PCB7 (see Figure 3-16) and see if it lights after main contactor closes (see sequence flowchart
earlier in this section). If it does not light, continue to next step. If it does light, return to Troubleshooting section.
2. Disconnect PL12 from CS1 (see Figure 4-12 for location of CS1) and check for +12VDC between pins 1&2. If
there is +12VDC, go to step 5.
3. If there is no +12VDC, power down and check connectors, pins and associated wiring between PL12 and REC2
of PCB7.
Repair and/or replace defective component(s) if necessary.
4. If wiring is O.K., replace PCB7.
5. If there is +12VDC between pins 1&2 of PL12, reconnect PL12 to CS1 and take voltage between pins 13&14 of
REC2 on PCB7 after arc is established. This should read 0 volts.
If there is no 0 volts, replace CS1.
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Test Procedures (Cont.)
Chopper Module Test Procedure
The chopper module operation is described earlier in this section under Theory of Operation: “Chopper” Power
Supply. In order to troubleshoot the chopper section for proper functioning, perform the following procedure:
WARNING
SHOCK HAZARD: Use extreme care when working near the chopper modules. The large electrolytic
capacitor(s) (blue-cased cylinder(s)) store largeamounts of energy in the form of electric voltage. Even if
the power is off, dangerous voltages exist at the capacitor terminals, on the chopper, and the diode
heatsinks. Never discharge the capacitor(s) with a screwdriver or other implement…explosion, property
damage and/or personal injury will result.
1. Turn all power to the MAX200 OFF. Disconnect PL26 from REC26 to disable high frequency transformer T5.
See Figure 4-10 for location of T5.
2. Remove large fuses F3 and F4. Check to see if fuse(s) is (are) open.
3. Place the positive lead to the + side of the bridge and the negative lead to the – side of the bridge. See Figure
on page 3-32. Note that actual connection points are hidden by cap support bracket.
4. Turn power to the MAX200 ON, and start system up. After the START command has been given, check voltage.
The input to the chopper at these points should be about +280 VDC.
If the input is OK and corresponding fuse F3 or F4 was blown, replace the chopper module.
If there is no +280 VDC input, check input to bridge for shorts. Also, check contactor (CON1), connections and
associated wiring to the contactor. Repair and/or replace defective component(s) if necessary.
5. If voltage from step 4 is +280 VDC and corresponding fuse is not blown, check the CH1 chopper output at TB1
by putting the positive lead of the voltmeter at the (+) WORK terminal (#48A output cable) and negative lead at
the (-) TORCH (#39A output cable). (Check the CH2 output using the same procedure used checkout CH1. See
Figure on page 3-32
6. Turn the system on and press the START command. After the START command has been given, check the
voltage. If the output from each chopper at these points is +280 VDC, then choppers are OK.
7. If the chopper does not output +280 VDC, check to see if LED1 logic power light is on. If LED1 is not on, check
if 120V is going to JP6. If there is no 120V at JP6, check wiring back to power distribution board. Repair or
replace defective component(s), if necessary.
Also check to see if LED3 is turning green when enabled (normal condition). If LED1 is on and LED3 is red
when enabled (fault condition), then make sure that JP9 is seated properly. If JP9 is connected, disconnect one
side of the thermo switch wire (TS1) and try again. If voltage comes up and LED3 turns green, the unit is either
too hot or thermo switch is shorted. Allow unit to cool and repeat test. If LED3 still turns green, replace chopper
module.
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8. If chopper still does not output 280V after completing step 7, there may be a problem with the control signal or
the chopper module. The chopper drive signal comes through control board PCB7 as an analog level from 0 to
+8 VDC, which varies the duty cycle and subsequent output current of the chopper. These analog signals are on
pins 3 & 4 REC3 of PCB7 for CH1, and 5 & 6 REC3 for CH2.
To determine if there is a problem with the chopper modules or with control board PCB7, proceed as follows:
• Ensure that high frequency is still disabled (see step 1).
• Disconnect PL7 from REC3 on PCB7.
• Place voltmeter across output terminals of chopper (positve lead to (+) WORK and negative lead to (-)
TORCH) and press the START command.
• If the voltmeter reads +280 VDC, replace control board PCB7.
• If the voltmeter reads 0 volts, replace corresponding chopper module CH1 or CH2.
Input
Bridge (–)
Bridge (+)
Thermo
Switch
TS1
LED1
LED3
(-) TORCH
JP9
(+) WORK
CHOPPER.01
JP6
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Test Procedures (Cont.)
Voltage Divider Test Procedure (Machine-Torch Systems)
The voltage between the electrode and the workpiece during arc transfer is divided down by 100 in the MAX200
and sent to the THC board PCB9. Adjustments to the torch height are made by the THC board so that consistent
distance can be maintained between the torch and the workpiece.
In order to see if the voltage dividing is being done properly, perform the following procedure:
1. Press the OFF button on the MAX200 Power Supply.
2. Place a DC voltmeter between the positive and negative terminals on the I/O PC board (PCB5). See Figure
4-12 for location of PCB5. The positive and negative terminals have cables marked 45 (-) and 42 (+) attached
to them.
3. Press the ON button of the MAX200.
4. After all STATUS indicators light, press START.
5. When the arc transfers, record the voltage off of the meter.
6. Remove voltmeter from the positive and negative terminals.
7. Place voltmeter across pins 3(+)&4(-) of REC5 on PCB9. See Figure 3-15 for location of REC5 on PCB9.
8. Depress the START button again to start a second cut.
9. When the arc is transferred, record the voltage off of the meter. It should read 1/100th of the first reading.
Example: -130VDC at positive and negative terminals should read -1.3VDC between pins 3&4.
If the second reading is not 1/100th of the first reading, check pins, connectors and associated wiring between
REC1 of PCB5 and REC2 of PCB7.
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MAX200 Rev 1 90° Hand Torch Removal and Replacement
To remove and replace the hand torch main body from the torch lead, perform the following procedure and see
Figure 3-3.
Removal
1. Remove the nine (9) screws securing the two handle halves and separate.
2. Remove the torch switch from the handle switch holder and allow to hang freely.
3. On the larger leads, use a 3/8" open-end wrench to hold the torch body fittings and a 1/2" open-end wrench to
turn the torch lead fittings.
On the smaller leads, use a 5/16" open-end wrench to hold the torch body fittings and a 7/16" open-end wrench
to turn the torch lead fittings.
Turn the torch lead fittings counterclockwise (ccw) to loosen the connections. Note that the red lead fitting is
reverse threaded and must be turned in the opposite direction (clockwise).
4. Remove the torch main body.
Replacement
1. Connect the torch leads to the replacement torch main body. Thread the torch main body fittings and the torch
lead fittings together clockwise (cw). Use the size wrenches called out in the Removal procedure above. Note
that the red lead fitting is reverse threaded and must be turned in the opposite direction (counterclockwise).
2. Ensure the lead insulator is positioned over the pilot/shield gas lead fitting.
3. Insert the torch main body into one of the handle halves and then align the body and handle slots.
4. Insert the torch switch into the handle switch holder.
5. Insert the top rib of the boot into the handle just above the screw holes.
6. Align both halves of the handle, press together, and secure with the nine (9) screws.
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001258
HANDLE
005094
TORCH SWITCH
002178
BOOT
020536 LEAD INSULATOR
029309
TORCH LEAD, 25 FT (7.6 M)
029310
TORCH LEAD, 50 FT (15.2 M)
020484
TORCH MAIN
BODY REV 1
027130
SCREW (9)
Figure 3-3
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MAX200 Rev 1 90° Hand Torch Lead Set and Individual Leads Removal and
Replacement
Torch Lead Set
To remove and replace the torch lead set, perform the following procedure and see Figure 3-4.
Removal
1. Disconnect torch start switch leads from terminal block TB2.
2. Disconnect the cap sensor hose (gray) from the adapter.
3. Disconnect the plasma gas hose (red) from the adapter. This connection is lefthand threaded and must be
turned in a clockwise (cw) direction to loosen.
4. Disconnect the pilot shield gas hose (blue) from the A.C.T. coil adapter.
5. Disconnect the torch coolant supply hose (blue w/green band) from the bulkhead adapter.
6. Disconnect the torch coolant return hose (blue w/red band) from the bulkhead adapter.
7. Disconnect the torch from the torch lead as described in the Removal and Replacement of Hand Torch
procedure on page 3-34.
Replacement
1. Connect the torch lead to the power supply by reversing directions in steps 1-6 of the above Removal
procedure.
2. Connect the torch lead to the torch by referring to the Replacement (of Hand Torch) procedure on page 3-34).
Individual Torch Leads
To remove and replace individual leads from the torch lead set, perform the following procedure and see
Figure 3-5.
Removal
1. Disconnect the torch lead from the power supply as described above under Removal.
2. Remove the torch from the torch lead as described in the Removal and Replacement of Hand Torch procedure
on page 3-34.
3. Lay the torch lead on the floor and stretch it out completely.
4. Cut away the heat shrink (8) and any tape underneath at both ends of the torch lead.
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Pilot Shield Gas
Hose (Blue)
TB2
TORCH COOLANT
SUPPLY HOSE
(BLUE W/GREEN BAND)
A.C.T. COIL
ADAPTER
Torch Start
Switch Leads
Plasma Gas Hose
(Red)
Work Cable
Torch Coolant
Return Hose
(Blue w/Red Band)
Figure 3-4
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5. Holding one end of the the torch lead, pull the sheath (9) off of the torch lead.
6. Cut the tape (every 18 inches) that holds the torch leads together.
7. Remove the lead (1-6) requiring repair or replacement.
Replacement
1. Replace the repaired or replacement lead with the other leads.
2. Ensure the lead lengths (1-6) at both ends are in accordance with those called out in Figure 3-5.
3. Tape the leads together every 18 inches.
4. Slide the sheath (9) over the torch lead ends and pull the sheath until it approximates the length requirements
called out in Figure 3-5.
5. Tape both ends of the sheath to the torch lead.
6. Slide the shrink tubing (8) over each end of the sheath. Heat the shrink tubing until it tightly bonds around the
sheath and torch lead.
7. Connect the torch lead to the power supply.
8. Connect the torch lead to the torch.
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MAX200 Rev 1 90° Hand Torch Lead Set Assemblies
Item
Part Number
Description
1
2
3
4
029309
023326
024194
024192
023013
5
023013
1
2
3
4
029310
023327
024195
024193
023199
5
023199
Hand Torch Lead, 25 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 25 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 25 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 25 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 25 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 25 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Hand Torch Lead, 50 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 50 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 50 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 50 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 50 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 50 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
The following parts are common to both hand torch lead assemblies:
6
7
8
9
047032
020536
046026
024197
9
024198
Cable, Switch, 51 Ft.
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
Sheath, 25 Ft.
or
Sheath, 50 Ft.
1
1
2
1
1
6.5"
2"
3"
5"
Figure 3-5
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MAX200 Machine Torch Removal and Replacement
To remove and replace the torch main body from the torch lead, perform the following procedure and see
Figure 3-6.
Removal
1. Unscrew the insulating sleeve from the torch main body and slide the sleeve out of the way in order to expose
the torch lead fittings.
2. On the larger leads, use a 3/8" open-end wrench to hold the torch body fittings and a 1/2" open-end wrench to
turn the torch lead fittings.
On the smaller leads, use a 5/16" open-end wrench to hold the torch body fittings and a 7/16" open-end wrench
to turn the torch lead fittings.
Turn the torch lead fittings counterclockwise (ccw) to loosen the connections. Note that the red lead fitting is
reverse threaded and must be turned in the opposite direction (clockwise).
3. Remove the torch main body.
Replacement
1. Connect the torch leads to the replacement torch main body. Thread the torch main body fittings and the torch
lead fittings together clockwise (cw). Use the size wrenches called out in the Removal procedure above. Note
that the red lead fitting is reverse threaded and must be turned in the opposite direction (counterclockwise).
2. Ensure the lead insulator is positioned over the pilot/shield gas lead fitting.
3. Slide the insulating sleeve to the torch main body and screw together.
INSULATING SLEEVE
TORCH MAIN
BODY
TORCH LEAD
LEAD INSULATOR
Figure 3-6
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MAX200 Machine Torch Lead Set and Individual Leads Removal and
Replacement
Torch Lead Set
To remove and replace the torch lead set, perform the following procedures. Refer to Figure 3-7.
Removal
1. Disconnect the cap sensor hose (gray) from the adapter.
2. Disconnect the plasma gas hose (red) from the adapter. This connection is lefthand threaded and must be
turned in a clockwise (cw) direction to loosen.
3. Disconnect the pilot shield gas hose (blue) from the A.C.T. coil adapter.
4. Disconnect torch coolant supply hose (blue w/green band) and torch coolant return hose (blue w/red band) from
the bulkhead adapter.
5. Disconnect the torch from the torch lead as described in the Removal and Replacement of Machine Torch
procedure on page 3-40.
Replacement
1. Connect the torch lead to the power supply by reversing directions in steps 1-5 of the above Removal
procedure.
2. Connect the torch lead to the torch by referring to the Replacement (of Machine Torch) procedure on page 3-40.
Note:
When using the MAX200 machine torch with extended torch leads (100, 125 or 150 feet)
be aware that the 40A consumable parts cannot be used. There is also a slight chance
that the following conditions could occur during cutting with extended torch leads over
75 feet:
• High ambient operating temperature or high volume production cutting may increase the heat
load on the torch cooling system enough to cause the system to shutdown. If this occurs, allow
the system to cool down. Reduce the ambient temperature, if possible or the cutting “arc on”
time.
• The gas pressure response time will increase at the torch at preflow, plasma on and plasma
off. This may reduce consumable life. The user may have to increase the lead in of the cut
and/or increase the time between successive cuts.
• There may be a slight incidence of the torch misfiring due to the high frequency energy from
the start circuit being dissipated.
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Figure 3-7
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Individual Torch Leads
To remove and replace individual torch leads, perform the following procedure and see Figure 3-8. Refer to
Section 4, Parts List, pages 4-44 to 4-48 for machine torch lead assemby part numbers for different lead lengths
and other torch lead parts.
Removal
1. Disconnect the torch lead from the power supply as described in Removal under Removal and Replacement of
Machine Torch Lead Set on page 3-41.
2. Disconnect the torch from the torch lead as described in the Removal and Replacement of Machine Torch
procedure on page 3-40.
3. Lay the torch lead on the floor and stretch it out completely.
4. Cut away the heat shrink (7) and any tape underneath at both ends.
5. Remove the hose clamp (11), shield collar (10), and compression ring (9) from the torch lead at the other end.
Cut away any tape under the compression ring.
6. Holding one end of the the torch lead, pull the shield braid (8) off of the torch lead.
7. Cut the tape (every 18 inches) that holds the torch leads together.
8. Remove the lead (1-5) requiring repair or replacement.
Replacement
1. Replace the repaired or replacement lead(s) with the other leads.
2. Ensure the lead lengths (1-5) at both ends are in accordance with those called out in Figure 3-8.
3. Tape the leads together every 18 inches.
4. Slide the shield braid (8) over the torch lead ends and pull the sheath until it approximates the length
requirements called out in Figure 3-8.
5. Tape both ends of the shield braid to the torch lead.
6. Slide the heat shrink (7) over torch end of the shield braid. Heat the heat shrink until it tightly bonds around the
shield braid and torch lead.
7. Replace the compression ring (9), shield collar (10), and hose clamp (11) over the power supply end of the
shield braid. Tighten the hose clamp.
8. Connect the torch lead to the power supply.
9. Connect the torch lead to the torch.
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Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Note:
Description
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled (blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled (blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
2" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Refer to Section 4, Parts List, pages 4-44 to 4-48 for machine torch lead assembly part
numbers for different lead lengths and other torch lead parts.
Figure 3-8
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PAC200T/E Torches Removal and Replacement
WARNING
Press the OFF (O) pushbutton switch on the power supply and place the wall mounted disconnect
box switch to OFF before working on the torch or torch leads!
Removal
1. Remove the six (6) Screws securing the two Handle halves and separate.
2. Remove the torch Switch and Safety Trigger from the handle. Take care not to lose the Trigger Spring.
3. On the two largest leads, use a 3/8" open-end wrench to hold the torch body fittings and a 1/2" open-end
wrench to turn the torch lead fittings.
On the two next smaller leads, use a 5/16" open-end wrench to hold the torch body fittings and a 7/16" openend wrench to turn the torch lead fittings.
Note that the red lead fitting is reverse threaded and must be turned in the opposite direction (clockwise) to
loosen.
On the smallest lead (grey), use a 5/16" wrench to loosen.
4. Remove the Torch Main Body.
Replacement
1. Connect the torch leads to the replacement torch main body. Thread the torch main body fittings and the torch
lead fittings together clockwise (cw). Use the size wrenches called out in the Removal procedure above. Note
that the red lead fitting is reverse threaded and must be turned in the opposite direction (ccw).
2. Ensure the Lead Insulator is positioned over the shield gas (grey w/ blue band) lead fitting.
3. Insert the torch main body into one of the handle halves and then align the body and handle slots.
4. Insert the torch Switch, Safety Trigger and Trigger Spring into the handle half that it was removed from.
5. Insert the top rib of the Boot into the handle just above the screw holes.
6. Align both halves of the handle, press together, and secure with the six (6) screws.
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Boot
Leads
Handle
Switch
Trigger
Spring
Safety
Trigger
Handle
Torch
Main Body
Lead
Insulator
Figure 3-9
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PAC200T Torch Assembly
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PAC200T/E Torch Lead Assembly Removal and Replacement
Note:
To change length of torch lead assemblies, see Increase or Decrease PAC200 Torch Lead
Length on page 3-50.
WARNING
Press the OFF (O) pushbutton switch on the power supply and place the wall mounted disconnect
box switch to OFF before working on the torch or torch leads!
Removal
To disconnect the PAC200T/E torch lead assembly from the MAX200, proceed as follows (see Figure 3-10 ):
1. Disconnect the torch COOLANT RETURN lead (red w/red band for 25' leads; blue w/red band for extended
leads) from the bulkhead adapter.
2. Disconnect the torch COOLANT SUPPLY lead (blue w/green band) from the bulkhead adapter.
3. Disconnect the SHIELD GAS lead (grey w/blue band for 25" leads; blue for extended leads) from the highfrequency coil.
4. Disconnect the PLASMA GAS lead (red) from adapter 2. This connection is left hand-threaded; it loosens in a
clockwise (cw) direction.
5. Disconnect the CAP SENSE lead (grey) from adapter 1.
6. Disconnect the shielded PLASMA START SWITCH LEADS (red and black) from terminal block TB2.
Note:
The 90° hand torch lead assemblies are not interchangeable with the PAC200T/E lead
assembly.
Replacement
1. Connect the torch lead assembly to the power supply by reversing the above procedure.
2. Connect the torch lead assembly to the torch by referring to the Removal and Replacement of PAC200T/E
Torches procedure on page 3-46.
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TB2
Shield Gas
grey w/blue band - (25' leads)
blue – (ext. leads)
high-frequency
coil
Plasma START
switch leads
adapter 1
CAP SENSE
grey
bulkhead
adapter
bulkhead
adapter 2
Plasma Gas
red
Coolant Supply
blue w/green band
Work Cable
Coolant Return
red w/red band - (25' leads)
blue w/red band - (ext. leads)
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Increase or Decrease PAC200T/E Torch Lead Length
In order to increase or decrease the torch lead length between 50 and 150 ft at 25-foot increments, look at the
torch lead part numbers on pg. 4-82 to determine the leads that you need. The center section leads (029593) and
the torch-to-extension-box leads (029866) come with the male adapters (015036, 015049, and 015208) necessary
to mate leads to the next section – see Figure 3-12. After ordering the correct leads, follow the general procedures
below and refer to Figure 3-11.
Note:
If you have the PAC200T/E 25-foot leads (029865) that come with the 25-foot MAX200 system and you
want to lengthen the leads, you cannot use these 25-foot leads with any of the extended leads sets. You
must use the 029866 25-foot leads. See pg. 4-82.
1. Remove the eight (8) screws from the extension box halves and separate.
2. Slide the three lead insulators away from the pilot/shield lead and the two coolant hose connections.
3. Loosen connections using 1/2" wrenches on the coolant hose fittings, and 7/16" wrenches on all other fittings.
4. Add or remove lead sections as required. Match color-coded leads when connecting. Note that the red plasma
gas leads are all left-hand threaded.
5. After making the connections, slide the lead insulators over the connection joints.
6. Using tyraps, secure the two coolant hoses together. Also secure the other leads and torch switch leads
together. Do this on both sides of the connections.
7. Position the two coolant hoses and other leads into one of the box halves. Coolant hoses go to narrow side of
the divider, other leads go to the wider side.
8. Position each boot into the box half, so that the top rib fits over the lip just above the screw holes.
9. Align both halves of the box, press together, and secure with the eight (8) screws.
10. Route the torch leads prior to connecting the torch and power supply.
11. Connect extension leads to power supply. See page 3-48.
12. Connect leads to torch. See page 3-46.
13. After installing the torch to the torch leads, check coolant level in the tank prior to startup. More coolant may be
required if lead lengths were increased.
14. If you have increased torch lead length from 50 feet or under to 75 feet or over, see Adjusting Plasma Gas on
page 3-53.
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TORCH END –
SEE FIGURE 5-1
MAX200 Service Manual
Lead Insulator 9/16"
(1) #046065
Figure 5-2
Boot (typ.)
#002178
EXT. BOX
CONNECTIONS
SEE FIGURE 5
Lead Insulator 11/16"
(2) #024365
POWER SUPPLY END
– SEE FIGURE 3-7
Lead Insulator 11/16"
(2) #024365
Leads: Ext. Box to
Power Supply
#029867 (25') or
#029594 (50')
Center Section Leads
#029593 (50')
Extended Torch Lead Interconnections
EXT. BOX
CONNECTIONS
SEE FIGURE 5-3
Lead Insulator 9/16"
(1) #046065
Box: Torch Leads
Ext. #001313
Leads:PAC200T/E
Torch to Ext. Box
#029866 (25')
Box: Torch Leads Ext.
#001313
MAINTENANCE
3-51
MAINTENANCE
015036
UN: Right Hand
‘A’ Male Brass
015208
Adapter: #5 Male X
#5 Male Brass
015049
UN: Left Hand
‘A’ Male Brass
Figure 3-12
3-52
Extension Connectors
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MAINTENANCE
Adjusting Plasma Gas
If you have increased torch lead length from 50 feet or under to 75 feet or over, the plasma gas pressure must be
re-adjusted to accommodate the extra torch lead length:
1. At the front panel of the MAX200 power supply while in TEST mode, adjust the PLASMA gas valve control by
increasing the TEST pressure approximately 5 psi per 50 ft of lead length (beyond 50 ft) from what is called
out in the Cut Charts.
See note on page 4-17 in IM87.
WARNING
Use extreme caution when making the following adjustment:
2. If the plasma gas RUN pressure does not quickly reach the value stated in the Cut Charts after arc transfer,
you may need to adjust PS4. Remove the right side panel of the power supply. On the floor of the power supply,
locate pressure switch PS4 by referring to Figure 3-13 and adjust by turning the PS4 Adjustment screw in a
clockwise direction.
TOP VIEW
PS4
Adjustment
PS4
PS4 (on inside)
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
Figure 3-13
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Pressure Switch PS4 and Adjustment Location
3-53
MAINTENANCE
REC2
1
1
D5
(-12VDC)
REC3
1
D2 (IHS)
REC4
CR1
D3
(Up)
CR2
CR3
D4 (Down)
REC5
1
Figure 3-14
PCB9 THC Mother Board
REC2
REC3
REC1
1
1
1
D22 (Chopper 2)
D6
(Start)
D5 (+12VDC)
D21
(Chopper 1)
D8 (Transfer)
D31 (Mach.
Motion Delay)
D33 (+12VDC)
D32
(Auto
Stop)
1
1
REC5
REC4
Figure 3-15
3-54
8-98
PCB7 Control Board
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Section 4
PARTS LIST
In this section:
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................................................4-2
Front Wall Outside – MAX200 Power Supply ...........................................................................................................4-5
Control Panel SA – MAX200 Power Supply .............................................................................................................4-7
Base Plate – MAX200 Power Supply .......................................................................................................................4-9
Plasma Gas SA – MAX200 Power Supply ..............................................................................................................4-11
Center Wall Left Side – MAX200 Power Supply .....................................................................................................4-13
Center Wall Right Side – MAX200 Power Supply...................................................................................................4-15
Front Wall Inside – MAX200 Power Supply ............................................................................................................4-17
Chopper SA Front Wall Inside Left – MAX200 Power Supply.................................................................................4-19
Chopper SA Front Wall Inside Right – MAX200 Power Supply ..............................................................................4-21
Rear Wall Inside – MAX200 Power Supply.............................................................................................................4-23
Spark Gap Assembly – MAX200 Power Supply .....................................................................................................4-25
High Frequency and I/O PCB – MAX200 Power Supply ........................................................................................4-27
Rear Wall Outside – MAX200 Power Supply..........................................................................................................4-29
Recommended Spare Parts ...................................................................................................................................4-30
MAX200 Rev 1 Hand Torch Consumables .............................................................................................................4-33
Hand Torch Consumable Parts Kit..........................................................................................................................4-33
MAX200 Rev 1 Hand Torch Assemblies .................................................................................................................4-35
Hand Torch Lead Assembly Parts...........................................................................................................................4-36
Hand Torch Lead Extensions ..................................................................................................................................4-37
MAX200 Machine Torch Consumables...................................................................................................................4-39
Machine Torch Consumable Parts Kits ...................................................................................................................4-40
MAX200 Machine Torch Assembly .........................................................................................................................4-41
Machine Torch Lead Assemblies ............................................................................................................................4-44
Switch Remote (SR) V/C Control ...........................................................................................................................4-51
Digital Remote (DR) V/C Control ...........................................................................................................................4-53
Programmable Remote (PR) V/C Control ..............................................................................................................4-55
Inductive IHS Control Module .................................................................................................................................4-57
MAX200 Power Supply Internal Hosing..................................................................................................................4-58
Machine and Remote Cables .....................................................................................................................4-59 to 4-63
Inductive IHS Torch Mounting Assembly.................................................................................................................4-64
Interconnecting Leads for Inductive IHS System....................................................................................................4-67
IHS Fittings Kit ........................................................................................................................................................4-69
Hold Cable ..............................................................................................................................................................4-70
MAX200T/E Hand Torch Systems ..........................................................................................................................4-71
PAC200T/E Trigger Torch Consumables ................................................................................................................4-72
PAC200T Consumable Parts Kit 028750................................................................................................................4-74
PAC200E Consumable Parts Kit 028751................................................................................................................4-74
PAC200T (90°) Cutting Torch Assembly ................................................................................................................4-76
PAC200T (90°) Cutting Torch Assembly 25 Ft ........................................................................................................4-76
PAC200T (65°) Cutting Torch Assembly ................................................................................................................4-78
PAC200T (65°) Cutting Torch Assembly 25 Ft ........................................................................................................4-78
PAC200E Gouging Torch Assembly .......................................................................................................................4-79
PAC200E Gouging Torch Assembly 25 Ft ..............................................................................................................4-79
Trigger Torch 25-Foot Lead Assembly (Torch to Power Supply).............................................................................4-81
Extended Leads......................................................................................................................................................4-82
Trigger Torch 25-Foot Lead Assembly (Torch to Extension Box) ............................................................................4-83
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PARTS LIST
Introduction
In this section is a parts list breakdown with accompanying drawings for the MAX200 machine and hand-torch
systems.
Internal power supply cabling and hosing are not shown in the drawings. Part numbers for this hosing with
connection point referencing are on page 4-58.
The format to list and call out Hypertherm parts is as follows:
Item
7
25
27
38
Item:
Part
Number:
Part
Number
Description
029319
006027
029360
075165
029383
008186
005121
Contr Pnl SA, MAX200 Thumb/Pot
Valve, needle, 1/4 NPTF
Thumbwheel/Pot Panel SA MAX200
Hexnut, 6-32, WXF .250, .093, S/Z
Thumbwheel switch SA
Socket, 20-24 AWG Type III+
Pushbutton, 2 NO Green Illumin
Designator
V5
PB1
Qty.
1
1
1
4
1
7
1
Refers to item call out on opposing or current page.
Number (Ex. 7) refers to numbered call out on opposing or current page.
Refers to Hypertherm part numbers.
Bold part numbers (Ex. 029319) signify parent or subassemblies that contain additional items.
Normal-style part numbers (Ex. 006027) signify items under parent or subassembly.
Description:
Describes the item.
Bold descriptions not indented (Ex. Contr Pnl SA, MAX200 Thumb/Pot ) signify parent
assemblies that contain additional items.
Normal-style part numbers that are indented (Ex. Valve, needle, 1/4 NPTF) signify items under
parent or subassembly. In this example, parent is Contr Pnl SA, MAX200 Thumb/Pot.
Bold descriptions that are indented (Ex. Thumbwheel/Pot Panel SA MAX200) represent
subassemblies that are under a parent assembly.
In this example, parent assembly is Contr Pnl SA, MAX200 Thumb/Pot and subassembly
Thumbwheel/Pot Panel SA MAX200 contains additional items.
Normal-style part numbers that are not indented (Ex. Pushbutton, 2 NO Green Illumin) represent
items not under parent assembly.
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PARTS LIST
Designator:
Represents a cross reference to wiring diagrams or pneumatic diagrams.
(Ex. PB1 refers to pushbutton PB1 shown in wiring diagrams)
Qty.:
Refers to the number of items in the parent or subassembly.
Note:
Items that appear on exploded views as single letters and do not appear on opposing
pages, represent hosing or tubing connection points. A complete hosing run list with part
numbers and lengths appears on page 4-58.
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4-3
PARTS LIST
See Figure 4-2 for detail of control panel
1
15
16
17
7
20
9 10
3
8
12
6 15
14
21
5
13
B
A
13
11
18
12
19
22
5
5
2
4
Note:
Figure 4-1
4-4
3-96
Refer to page 4-58 for the list of internal hose to/from
terminations as indicated by the letters above.
Power Supply – Front Wall, Outside
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PARTS LIST
Front Wall Outside – MAX200 Power Supply
Item
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Part
Number
001233
027080
027080
027079
008509
008245
041143
029315
006032
008503
008504
015563
015132
015133
*029303
001297
004338
075092
075160
041151
041186
075078
075073
075159
**001566
**001567
**027441
Description
Panel, MAX200 Front
Fan 225 CFM 120VAC 50/60Hz
Fan 225 CFM 120VAC 50/60Hz
Fan 450-550 CFM 120VAC 50/60Hz
Bushing 1.75 MTG X 1.37 ID
Bushing, 7/8" Hole X 11/16" ID
PC BD Assy Control MAX200
Shield Gas SA, MAX200
Valve, Sol, Shield Gas
Cap, Comm Mnl 2 Circuit
Pin, Comm Mnl 24-18 AWG
Plug, 3/8
Fitting 90, 3/8 Tube X 1/4 NPT
Ferrule, 3/8 OD Tube Delrin
THC SA, MAX200
Cov: MAX200 THC Dust
Hinge - THC Pan, MAX200
M/S, 10-32 X 1/2, PH, Pan, S/Z
Kepnut, 10-32, S/Z
PC BD Assy THC Mother
PC BD SA - THC, MAX200
M/S, 8-32 X 5/8, PH, Pan, S/Z
M/S, 8-32 X 1/2, PH, Pan, S/Z
Kepnut, 8-32, S/Z
Panel, MAX200 front filter
Cover, MAX200 front filter panel
Filter, 24 X 24 X 2 fiberglass air
Designator
M3
M2
M4
PCB7
V2
PCB9
PCB10
Qty.
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
6
2
1
1
8
4
12
1
1
1
* THC SA available only on MAX200 power supplies 073020, 073021, 073022, 073023, 073024 and
073213 (CE).
** Items not shown in Figure 4-1.
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1-97
36
C
Note:
4-6
3-96
37
10
9
25
26
7
Figure 4-2
B
10
14
A
10
37
3
31
4
5
29
20
6
30
35
D
22
10
8
24
11
12
13
42
40 41
18
17
Power Supply – Control Panel SA, Front
36
28
34
32 33
21
27
9
E 10
15
9
11
21
16
23
19B
2
21
39
19A
38
1
PARTS LIST
Refer to page 4-58 for the list of internal
hose to/from terminationsas indicated by
the letters above.
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PARTS LIST
Control Panel SA – MAX200 Power Supply
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19A
19B
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Part
Number
029319
001222
004117
005151
005187
005089
006002
006027
015131
015132
015133
015135
015136
015141
015196
015520
015532
015570
015593
022008
022008
075198
075250
*029360
001246
008328
075394
075165
029383
005123
008186
008233
029394
008492
008503
009604
041536
008516
008517
009063
009705
041148
005041
005121
005122
**001250
001247
008164
008492
008503
009604
Description
Contr Pnl SA, MAX200 Thumb/Pot
Pnl :Max200 Cont
Cap, valve, flow control
Lamp holder
Bulb, 28 VDC
Lens, white for 005088
Valve, needle 1/4 NPT .125 Ori
Valve, needle, 1/4 NPTF
Fitting, 3/8 tube X 1/4 NPT
Fitting 90, 3/8 tube X 1/4 NPT
Ferrule, 3/8 OD tube delrin
Insert, 1/8 OD brass
Fitting 90 1/8 tube X 1/8 NPTF
Fitting 90, 1/8 tube X 1/8 NPT
Fitting, 3/8 tube X 1/8 NPT
Elbow, 1/8
Street elbow 1/4
Reducer bushing 1/4 X 1/8
Street tee 1/4
Gauge, Press 2 1/2" Dia 1-100
Gauge, Press 2 1/2" Dia 1-100
Flwshr, #6, .156, .375, .045, S/Z
M/S, 6-32X1/4, PH, TRS, S/B
Thumbwheel/Pot Panel SA MAX200
Panel, MAX200 Thumbwheel/Mach
Knob, .930 Dia. Blk/Nat 1/4"
Sktcap, 6-32X3/8, HX, Btn, S/B
Hexnut, 6-32, WXF .250, .093, S/Z
Thumbwheel switch SA
Thumbwheel switch
Socket, 20-24 AWG Type III+
Plug, In-line, 16 pos
Pot SA, MAX200 Machine Delay
Pin, gold
Cap, comm mnl 2 circuit
Res: Var, 100K, 1 Turn
PC BD Assy Intlk Display
Post Header, 8-pin RA MTA-156
Standoff, .19 OD .12 ID .50 LG
Diode, Ind LED Amber
Clip & Retain ring, T1-3/4 LED
PC BD only Intlck Dsply 200/1070
Switch, Tog 2Pl Maint On/On
Pushbutton, 2 NO Green Illumin
Pushbutton, 2 NC Red Extended
Pnl: MAX200 THC Fr
Pnl: MAX200 Mach. Delay
Knob
Pin, Gold
Cap, comm mnl 2 circ
Res: Var, 100K, 1 Turn
Designator
LT2
V6
V5
PG2
PG1
PCB9
S1
PB1
PB2
Qty.
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
5
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
8
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
7
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
7
7
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
* Power Supplies without THC – 073002, 073003, 073004, 073005, 073026 and 073200 (CE)
** Power Supplies with THC – 073020, 073021, 073022, 073023, 073024 and 073213 (CE)
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PARTS LIST
3
4
8
5
8
9
See Figure
4-4 for detail
10
2
6
7
1
Figure 4-3
4-8
Power Supply – Base Plate with Components
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
Base Plate – MAX200 Power Supply
Item
1
2
2
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Part
Number
001229
014078
*014097
**014088
***014111
****014082
005102
014080
014080
075241
075199
075242
•029314
004336
Description
Base, MAX200
Transf'mer 30KW 240-480, 3 PH, 60
Transf'mer 30KW 208V, 3 PH, 60
Transf"mer 30KW 220/380/400/415V, 3 PH, 50
Transf'mer 30KW 200V, 3 PH, 50
Transf'mer 30KW 600V, 3 PH, 60
Thermostat, 160°C, 6 Amp
Inductor, 4mh 100A
Inductor, 4mh 100A
M/S, 1/4-20 X1/2,SL, IHW, S/Z
Flwshr, 1/2, .532, 1.06, .099, S/Z
M/S, 1/4-20 X 3/4, SL, IHW, S/Z
Plasma Gas SA, MAX200
Panel, MAX200 Plasma Gas MTG.
Designator
T2
T2
T2
T2
T2
TS1
L1
L2
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
8
1
1
* Used on 208 volt power supplies 073004 (w/o THC) and 073022 (w/ THC)
** Used on 220/380/415 volt power supplies 073005 (w/o THC) and 073023 (w/ THC) and 400 volt CE power
supplies 073200 (w/o THC) and 073213 (w/ THC)
*** Used on 200 volt power supply 073026 (w/o THC) and 073024 (w/THC)
**** Used on 600 volt power supplies 073003 (w/o THC) and 073021 (w/THC)
• See page 4-11 for subassembly breakdown
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PARTS LIST
16
2A
7
D
A
5
6
6
C
14
5
28
6
13
16
5
10
10
7
3B
12
11
15
10
B
9
6
15
F
8
3A
13
3C
5
4
5
15
6
6
1
6
E
G
Note:
Refer to page 4-58 for the list of internal hose to/from terminations
as indicated by the letters above.
Figure 4-4
4-10
3-96
Power Supply – Plasma Gas SA
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
Plasma Gas SA – MAX200 Power Supply
Item
1
2A
2B
3A
3B
3C
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
* Note:
Part
Number
Description
029314
004342
005235
005239
006014
006014
006014
015131
015132
015133
015134
015165
015196
015510
015532
015540
015570
015592
015593
046067
Plasma Gas SA, MAX200
Flow restrictor, .020 1/4 NPT
Switch, Pressure 0-90 PSI
Switch, Pressure 0-90 PSI
Valve, Sol 90#, 1/4 NPTF Water
Valve, Sol 90#, 1/4 NPTF Water
Valve, Sol 90#, 1/4 NPTF Water
Fitting, 3/8 tube x 1/4 NPT
Fitting 90, 3/8 tube x 1/4 NPT
Ferrule, 3/8 OD Tube Delrin
Insert, 3/8 OD x .062 w Brass
Orifice, .032 ID x 1/8 NPT
Fitting, 3/8 Tube x 1/8 NPT
Nipple 1/4 x Cl, Hex
Street elbow 1/4
Tee 1/8
Reducer Bushing 1/4 x 1/8
Cross 1/4
Street Tee 1/4
Tubing, 3/8 OD Blu Air Brake
Designator
PS1
PS4
V1
V3
V9
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
7
2
1
1
3
1
1
2
1
4
*21 ft
Length of tubing includes interconnections not shown in this drawing.
For a complete listing of internal hosing and hosing lengths, see MAX200 Power Supply Internal Hosing
later in this section.
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PARTS LIST
10
11
3
2
1
9
17
17
16
7
12
13
12
4
8A
8B
15
5A
14
5B
6
Figure 4-5
4-12
Power Supply – Center Wall Left Side
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PARTS LIST
Center Wall Left Side – MAX200 Power Supply
Item
1
2
3
4
5A
5B
6
7
8A
8B
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Part
Number
Description
001230
004261
004262
004334
007022
007022
007024
008945
008317
008317
075137
075166
075194
075092
075241
075136
075216
075192
008245
Panel, MAX200 Center
Bar, Lift, MAX100 & 80
Plate, Lift, MAX100 & 80
Busbar, MAX200 Shunt
Shunt, 100A, 100mv
Shunt, 100A, 100mv
Shunt, 200A, 100mv
Fuseholder, 100A
Fuse, Semiconductor 125A, 250V
Fuse, Semiconductor 125A, 250V
Hhdcap, 3/8-16 X 1 1/4, Hex, S/Z
Hexnut, 3/8-16, S/Z
Lkwshr, 3/8, Splitlock
M/S, 10-32 X 1/2, PH, Pan
M/S, 1/4-20 X 1/2, SL, IHW
Hhdcap, 3/8-16 X 3/4, Hex, S/Z
Flwshr, 5/16
Lkwshr, 1/4, Splitlock
Bushing, 7/8" hole X 11/16" ID
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Designator
R2
R1
R3
F3
F4
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
3
3
10
4
3
3
4
2
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15
PARTS LIST
7
15
18
19
19
16
A
18
1
B
17
4
14
22
21
8
3
6
2
9
10
7
5
12
7
11
20
23
13
Note:
Refer to page 4-58 for the list of internal hose to/from terminations
as indicated by the letters above.
Figure 4-6
4-14
3-96
Power Supply – Center Wall Right Side
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
Center Wall Right Side – MAX200 Power Supply
Item
1
2
2
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Part
Number
001230
*008551
**008709
*008551
**008709
008301
003092
003093
075237
075062
075055
075056
075241
075160
075200
008603
029315
005233
006037
015165
015540
015141
015135
029316
041534
***029359
029318
029441
029362
029404
Description
Designator
Panel, MAX200 Center
Fuse, 7.5 Amp, 600V
F1
Fuse, 20Amp, 500V
F1
Fuse, 7.5 Amp, 600V
F2
Fuse, 20Amp, 500V
F2
Fuseholder, 2 Pole, 30 amp
Contactor, 90A 3 Pole 24VAC
CON1
Switch, aux contactor
SW2
M/S, 10-32 X 3/8, PH, TRS, SSB
M/S, 6-32 X 1/2, SL, Pan, S/Z
M/S, 6-32 X 5/8, PH, Rnd, S/Z
M/S, 6-32 X 1, PH, Rnd, S/Z
M/S, 1/4-20 X 1/2, SL, IHW, S/Z
Kepnut, 1/4-20, S/Z
Flwshr, #10, .250, .562, .047, S/Z
Grommet Strip
Shield Gas SA, MAX200 (see page 4-23 for more part numbers)
Switch, Pressure 0-90 PSI
PS2
Valve, Sol 24VAC 50/60 Hz 60 psi
V4
Orifice, .032 ID X 1/8 NPT
Tee 1/8
Fitting 90, 1/8 Tube X 1/8 NPT
Insert, 1/8 OD Brass
Incoming Power TB1 SA, MAX200
TB1
PC BD Assy Pwr Dist
PCB6
Linkboard SA, MAX200 240-480V
Cont Xf'mer SA 240-480V, 3/60 Hz
T1
Cont Xf'mer SA 208V, 3/60 Hz
T1
Cont Xf'mer SA 220/380/400/415V, 3/50 Hz
T1
Cont Xf'mer SA 600V, 3/60 Hz
T1
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
2
4
4
2
2
2
18"
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
* Used when incoming power is 380V, 400V, 415V or 480V
** Used when incoming power is 208V, 220V or 240V
*** Used when incoming power is 240 or 480V
MAX200 Service Manual
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15
PARTS LIST
2
See page 4-21
for detail of CH2
1
See page 4-19
for detail of CH1
Figure 4-7
4-16
Power Supply – Front Wall, Inside
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
Front Wall Inside – MAX200 Power Supply
Item
1
2
Part
Number
*128789
005199
**128789
005199
Description
Designator
Kit: chopper, 15KW
Switch, temperature 82° C
Kit: chopper, 15KW
Switch, temperature 82° C
CH1
TSW1
CH2
TSW2
Qty.
1
1
1
1
* For detail of CH1 parts list, see page 4-19
** For detail of CH2 parts list, see page 4-21
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PARTS LIST
Chopper SA Front Wall Inside Left – MAX200 Power Supply
Item
1
Part
Number
128789
005199
Description
Designator
Kit: chopper, 15KW
Switch, temperature 82° C
CH1
TSW1
Qty.
1
1
1
Figure 4-8
MAX200 Service Manual
Power Supply – Chopper SA, Front Wall – Inside Left
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PARTS LIST
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PARTS LIST
Chopper SA Front Wall Inside Right – MAX200 Power Supply
Item
1
Part
Number
Description
128789
005199
Designator
Kit: chopper, 15KW
Switch, temperature 82° C
CH2
TSW1
Qty.
1
1
1
Figure 4-9
MAX200 Service Manual
Power Supply – Chopper SA, Front Wall – Inside Right
4-21
15
PARTS LIST
22
23
21
5
4
36
34
For detail of
High Frequency,
see page 4-26
19
18
A
9
8
6
7
11
B
3
1
For detail of
Spark Gap SA,
see page 4-24
33
2
35
31
30
24
29
25
32
12 13
28
18
19
E
27
26
17
10
6
F
C
16
15
14 20
D
G
Note:
3-96
8
Refer to page 4-58 for the list of internal hose to/from terminations
as indicated by the letters above.
Figure 4-10
4-22
9
11
Power Supply -- Rear Wall, Inside
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
Rear Wall Inside – MAX200 Power Supply
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Part
Number
Description
029314
005228
015570
015605
015047
015602
015001
015593
015131
015133
015015
015134
029315
015001
015015
015131
015133
015134
015570
015135
015137
015593
015050
015601
015116
029358
008073
008134
008447
008208
008201
003021
009015
009438
009684
009506
029317
008212
001234
Plasma Gas Valve SA
Switch, 0-15 PSI Press
PS3
Reducer bushing 1/4 X 1/8
Elbow, 1/4" Long Street
Adapt, 1/4 MNPT X Acc "A"/LH
Street elbow 45 deg 1/4 NPT
Adapter, Bulkhead, 1/4 NPTF
Street Tee 1/4
Fitting, 3/8 Tube X 1/4 NPT
Ferrule, 3/8 OD Tube Delrin
Adapter 90, 1/4 NPT X #6
Insert, 3/8 OD X .062 w Brass
Shield Gas SA, MAX200 (see page 4-15 for more part numbers)
Adapter, Bulkhead, 1/4 NPTF
Adapter 90, 1/4 NPT X #6
Fitting, 3/8 Tube X 1/4 NPT
Ferrule, 3/8 OD tube Delrin
Insert, 3/8 OD X .062 w Brass
Reducer Bushing 1/4 X 1/8
Insert, 1/8 OD Brass
Fitting, 1/8 Tube X 1/8 NPT
Street Tee 1/4
Adapter, Bulkhead, 1/8 X 1-1/2
Street elbow 45 deg 1/8 NPT
Adapter, 1/8 NPT X Oxy "A"
Harness SA MAX200
Terminal Strip (8)
TB4
Terminal Strip (16)
TB3
Receptacle, 23-37, Std sex
1X1
Receptacle, 23-37, Rev sex
1X2
Receptacle, shell size 17-14
1X3
Relay, 120VAC NO SPST
CR1
Res: 10K Ohm, 10W
R5
Res: 5 Ohm, 50W
R4
Res: 4 Ohm 420W
R6
Cap: 250μF, 350VDC
C9
HV Transformer SA
T5
Strain Relief, 1/2 X .125-.375
Panel, MAX200 Rear
MAX200 Service Manual
Designator
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
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15
PARTS LIST
9
13
6
13
10
7
13
15
8
13
12
10
9
13
5
9
14
11
10
3
11
4
11
2
3
1
11
12
Figure 4-11
4-24
15
Power Supply – Spark Gap Assembly
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
Spark Gap Assembly – MAX200 Power Supply
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Part
Number
Description
Designator
009350
*004061
004140
004141
004142
004143
004144
009280
009280
075034
075036
075147
075152
075191
075193
075213
Spark Gap Assembly
Electrode, Spark Gap 1/8 X 1.6
Block, Spark Gap
Tungsten Mount End
Tungsten Mount Center
Plate, Capacitor Mtg
Bar, Capacitor Mtg
Cap: .022μF 15KV
Cap: .022μF 15KV
M/S, 8-32 X 1/4, SL, Rnd, Brs
M/S, 8-32 X 3/4, SL, Rnd, Brs
Hexnut, 8-32, Brs
Hexnut, 5/16-18, Finish Brs
Lkwshr, #8, Splitlock, Brz
Lkwshr, 5/16, Splitlock, Brz
Flwshr, #8, .202,.436, .037, Brs
SG1
C7
C8
Qty.
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
3
3
1
7
1
3
* Two of three electrodes shown
MAX200 Service Manual
4-25
15
26
A
9
7
2
Note:
4-26
3-96
15
20
13
Figure 4-12
13
1
15
22
15
5
13
4
23
25
15
24
13
15
19
13
13
18
21
23
3
22
13
15
13
16
15
17
15
Power Supply – High Frequency & I/O PCB Assembly
15
13
15
13
27
12
26
14
B
9
9
8
11
C
26
7
6
10
10
PARTS LIST
Refer to page 4-58 for the list
of internal hose to/from terminations
as indicated by the letters above.
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
High Frequency and I/O PCB – MAX200 Power Supply
Item
Part
Number
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
029312
004136
004259
004311
004312
004313
004314
015131
015132
015133
015157
015532
041152
075153
075156
075194
075217
075335
075347
075229
075351
075360
075361
009349
041145
029202
015134
075072
HF & I/O PCB SA MAX200
Connector, cathode
Adapter, Cathode Connector
Standoff, MAX200 Anode
Standoff, MAX200 Cathode
Spacer, .42ID X .750 X .50 lg
Block, MAX200 Cathode
Fitting, 3/8 Tube X 1/4 NPT
Fitting, 90, 3/8 Tube X 1/4 NPT
Ferrule, 3/8 OD Tube Delrin
Adapter, 90 1/4 NPT X #5
Street Elbow 1/4
Panel, MAX200 Output
Hexnut, 3/8-16, Finish, Brs
Hexnut, 1/2-20, Finish/Jam, Brs
Lkwshr, 3/8, Splitlock, Brz
Flwshr, 3/8, .390,.875,.063, Brs
M/S, 8-32 X 1/2, SL, Bin, Nyl
Bolt, 5/16 X 11/4, Hex, Brz
Bolt, 3/8-16 X 1 1/2, FTH, Hex, Brs
Bolt, 3/8-16 X 1, Hex, Brs
Flwshr, 5/16, .328,.520,.032, Brs
Flwshr, 3/8, .394, .625, .032, Brs
Assembly, Coil, High Frequency
PC BD Assy MAX200 I/O
Current Sensor SA
Insert, 3/8 OD X .062 Brass
M/S, 8-32 X 1/2
MAX200 Service Manual
Designator
T6
PCB5
CS1
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
2
1
1
10
1
9
2
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
6
4-27
PARTS LIST
3
2
1
13
4
12
5
14
6
7
15
16
11
10
9
Figure 4-13
4-28
9-99
8
Power Supply – Rear Wall, Outside
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
Rear Wall Outside – MAX200 Power Supply
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Part
Number
Description
129252
128385
128384
031122
129383
006046
029361
005119
006053
027978
027139
027005
011025
011027
002304
022036
129618
029323
006099
*128410
Pump Motor Subassembly
Kit, Replacement Motor, 1/3 HP
Kit, Replacement Pump, 70 GPH
Drive Coupling, Pump to motor
Valve Subassembly (w/ elec connectors)
Valve, Sol 240V 3/8 NPT NC
Flowswitch Subassembly (w/ elec connector)
Flowswitch, 0.5 GPM
Valve, Check 1/3 PSI, 1/4 NPTM
Heat Exchanger, Water/Air
Filter Housing, 10" X 3/8 NPT
Filter, Element
Filter Regulator
Gauge, High Press (for 011025)
Reservoir, coolant
Gauge, liquid level
Level Switch Subassembly, 1/2 NPT
Temp Switch Subassembly, 162 Deg F
Bib drain valve 1/4 NPT
Kit: coolant resevoir upgrade
Designator
M1
V7
FS1
MX1
LS1
TS2
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
* For older systems. Item numbers 12 through 16 can not be used if the tank has been upgraded with the
128410 kit.
MAX200 Service Manual
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15
PARTS LIST
Recommended Spare Parts
Power Supply
Part
Number
005041
005121
005122
005151
005168
005091
009604
027080
027079
027080
*041151
*041186
041143
005102
006014
005093
129118
041534
**008551
***008709
008317
003021
005130
029317
029202
027005
011025
011031
011027
128384
029323
029326
029361
006053
028872
028873
Description
Designator
Switch, tog 2pl Maint ON/ON
Pushbutton, green, illmn.
Pushbutton, red, extended
Holder, lamp
Bulb, 28 VDC
Lens, white
Resistor, variable, 100 K, 1 turn
Fan, 225 CFM, 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Fan, 450-550 CFM, 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Fan, 225 CFM, 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz
PCB, THC motherboard
PCB, SA-THC
PCB, Control
Thermostat, 160°C, 6 Amp
Valve, solenoid
Switch, pressure, 0-90 psi
CH130 Chopper SA CE/LVD
PCB, power distribution
Fuse, 7.5 Amp, 600VAC
Fuse, 20 Amp, 500VAC
Fuse, semiconductor, 125 Amp, 250 V
Relay, 120 VAC
Switch, pressure, SPDT, 0-15 psi
Transformer, High Voltage SA
Sensor, current
Filter, coolant
Filter/regulator
Filter Element (used with 011025)
Gauge, high pressure
Kit: coolant Pump with clamp
Switch, water temperature, 162°F
Switch, level
Switch, flow, 0.5 gpm
Valve, check 1/3 psi, 1/4 NPTH
Coolant, propylene glycol 30%/
deionized water 70% (standard mixture)
Coolant, propylene glycol 100%
S1
PB1
PB2
R9
M2
M4
M3
PCB9
PCB10
PCB7
TS1
V1
PS1
CH1/CH2
PCB6
F1, F2
F1, F2
F3, F4
CR1
PS3
T5
CS1
FR1
TS2
LS1
FS1
* Power Supplies with THC
** Used when incoming power is 380V, 415V, 400V or 480V
*** Used when incoming power is 208V, 220V, or 240V
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MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
Recommended Spare Parts (cont.)
MAX200 Rev 1 90° Hand Torch and Torch Leads
Part
Number
Description
020484
029309
029310
Torch Main Body
Hand torch lead, 25 ft.
Hand torch lead, 50 ft.
MAX200 Machine Torch and Torch Leads
Part
Number
Description
120584
028383
028384
Torch Main Body
Shielded torch lead, 25 ft.
Shielded torch lead, 50 ft.
PAC200T (90°) Cutting Torch and Torch Lead
Part
Number
Description
120045
029865
Torch Main Body
Leads SA, PAC200T/E, 25 ft. (torch to power supply)
PAC200T (65°) Gouging Torch and Torch Lead
Part
Number
Description
020908
029865
Torch Main Body
Leads SA, PAC200T/E, 25 ft. (torch to power supply)
PAC200T (65°) Cutting Torch and Torch Lead
Part
Number
Description
020907
029865
Torch Main Body
Leads SA, PAC200T/E, 25 ft. (torch to power supply)
MAX200 Service Manual
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PARTS LIST
Shield
Retaining
Cap
020605
020616
020446
020448
Nozzle
Swirl Ring
Electrode
020604
020617
020423
220021
020415
120547
020607
020613
020688
020608
020611
020689
020485
020615
Figure 4-14
4-32
14
MAX200 Rev 1 Hand Torch Consumable Parts
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
MAX200 Rev 1 Hand Torch Consumables (See Figure 4-14)
Part Numbers
Plasma Gas/
Shield Gas
Nozzle Type
(Amps)
Shield
Retaining
Cap
Nozzle
Swirl Ring
Electrode
Air/Air
200
100
40
200 gouging
020446
020448
020688
020485
020423
020423
020423
020423
020608
020611
020689
020615
020607
020607
020613
020607
220021
120547
220021
220021
O2/Air
200
100
020446
020448
020423
020423
020605
020616
020604
020617
220021
120547
H35/N2
200
100
200 gouging
020602
020448
020485
020423
020423
020423
020608
020611
020615
020607
020607
020607
020415
020415
020415
N2/CO2
200
020446
020423
020608
020607
020415
N2/Air
200
020446
020423
020608
020607
020415
MAX200 Rev 1 Hand Torch Consumable Parts Kit (028414)
Part
Number
Description
001067
015015
015193
220021
020415
020423
020446
020604
020605
020607
020608
027055
027194
044027
027347
Enclosure, Consumable Parts Kit
Adapter 90, 1/4 NPT x #6
Cap, #6 JIC
Electrode, Air/Oxygen
Electrode, Nitrogen
Cap, Shield
Shield
Swirl Ring, Oxygen
Nozzle, Shield Oxygen, .082
Swirl Ring, Air/ N2
Nozzle, Shield 200 Amp., .086
Lubricant, Silicon, 1/4 Oz. Tube
Wrench, Nozzle, 3/4"
O-Ring
Tool:Wtr Tube Replacement
MAX200 Service Manual
Qty.
1
1
1
5
5
1
1
1
5
1
5
1
1
2
1
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PARTS LIST
4
5
6
1
3
2
12
027130
Screw (9)
11
7
10
9
8
Figure 4-15
4-34
MAX200 Rev 1 Hand Torch Assembly
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
MAX200 Rev 1 Hand Torch Assembly
The following is a listing of the MAX200 Rev 1 90° Hand Torch with 25 foot and 50 foot leads. Refer to Figure 4-15.
Part
Number
Description
1
3
073189
020484
*029309
MAX200 90 Deg. Hand Torch 25'
MAX200 90 Deg Hnd Tch Main Body
Leads SA MAX200 Hand Torch 25'
1
1
1
1
3
073190
020484
*029310
MAX200 90 Deg. Hand Torch 50'
MAX200 90 Deg Hnd Tch Main Body
Leads SA MAX200 Hand Torch 50'
1
1
1
Item
Qty.
The following items are common to the MAX200 Rev 1 Hand Torch assemby:
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
020536
001258
002178
005094
220021
020607
020608
020423
020446
044027
Lead Insulator 9/16 X 2.5 Tef
Handle, MAX200 Hand Torch
Boot, MAX200 Torch
Switch, PB, Torch
Electrode, MAX200 Air O/2
Swirl Ring, MAX200 Air/N2/H35
Nozzle, MX200 200A .086 Air/N2/H35
Cap, Nozzle Retaining, MAX200
Shield, MAX200 Hnd 200A
O-ring, Buna-N
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
* Lead subassemblies are broken down on page 4-36.
MAX200 Service Manual
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15
PARTS LIST
MAX200 Rev 1 Hand Torch Lead Assembly Parts
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
2
3
4
029309
023326
024194
024192
023013
1
1
1
1
1
5
023013
6
7
8
9
047032
020536
046026
024197
Hand Torch Lead, 25 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 25 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 25 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 25 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 25 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 25 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Cable, Switch, 26 Ft.
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
Sheath, 25 Ft.
1
2
3
4
029310
023327
024195
024193
023199
1
1
1
1
1
5
023199
6
7
8
9
047032
020536
046026
024198
Hand Torch Lead, 50 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 50 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 50 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 50 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 50 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 50 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Cable, Switch, 51 Ft.
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
Sheath, 50 Ft.
Figure 4-16
4-36
15
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
Hand Torch Lead Assemblies
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
MAX200 Rev 1 Hand Torch Lead Extensions
Part No.
Description
Length
028496
Lead Extensions, Hand Torch
100 ft
028497
Lead Extensions, Hand Torch
150 ft
For more detailed information on hand-torch lead extensions and their installation, please refer to instruction
manual IM-140 (P/N 801400).
MAX200 Service Manual
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1-99
PARTS LIST
Shield
Retaining
Cap
020605
020616
020566
020618
020424
020448
Nozzle
Swirl Ring
Electrode
020604
020617
020423
220021
020415
120547
020688
020608
020611
020689
020607
020613
020485
020615
Figure 4-17
4-38
14
MAX200 Machine Torch Consumable Parts
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
MAX200 Machine Torch Consumables (See Figure 4-17)
Part Numbers
Plasma Gas/
Shield Gas
Nozzle Type
(Amps)
Shield
Retaining
Cap
Nozzle
Swirl Ring
Electrode
Air/Air
200
100
40
200 gouging
020424
020448
020688
020485
020423
020423
020423
020423
020608
020611
020689
020615
020607
020607
020613
020607
220021
120547
220021
220021
O2/Air
200
100
020424
020448
020423
020423
020605
020616
020604
020617
220021
120547
H35/N2
200
100
200 gouging
020602
020448
020485
020423
020423
020423
020608
020611
020615
020607
020607
020607
020415
020415
020415
N2/CO2
200
020424
020423
020608
020607
020415
N2/Air
200
020424
020423
020608
020607
020415
Consumables Used with MAX200 Water-Muffler
Air/Air
200
100
020566
020618
020423
020423
020608
020611
020607
020607
220021
120547
O2/Air
200
100
020566
020618
020423
020423
020605
020616
020604
020617
220021
120547
N2/CO2
200
020566
020423
020608
020607
020415
N2/Air
200
020566
020423
020608
020607
020415
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PARTS LIST
MAX200 Machine Torch Consumable Parts Kits
4-40
14
Part #
Description
028392
001067
015015
015193
220021
020415
020423
020424
020448
020605
020607
020608
020604
020611
020616
020617
027055
027194
044027
027347
020963
120547
Kit, Consum Parts, MAX200 Mach
Enclosure, Consumable Parts Kit
Adapter 90, 1/4 NPT x #6
Cap, #6 JIC
Electrode, Air/Oxygen
Electrode, Nitrogen/H35
Cap, Shield
Shield, Machine 200A
Shield, Machine 100A
Nozzle, Shield Oxygen, .082
Swirl Ring, Air/ Nitrogen
Nozzle, Shield 200A, .086
Swirl Ring, Oxygen
Nozzle, Shield 100A, .059
Nozzle, 100A, .055, Oxygen
Swirl Ring, 100A, Oxygen
Lubricant, Silicon, 1/4 Oz. Tube
Wrench, Nozzle, 3/4"
O-Ring
Tool:Wtr Tube Replacement
Tube, Water
Electrod, 100A Air/Oxygen
Part #
Description
028429
001067
015015
220021
020415
020423
020424
020448
020688
020605
020607
020608
020604
020611
020689
020613
027055
027194
044027
027347
120547
Kit Cons Parts MAX200 Mch Intl
Enclosure, Consumable Parts Kit
Adapter 90, 1/4 NPT x #6
Electrode, Air/Oxygen
Electrode, Nitrogen/H35
Cap, Shield
Shield, Machine 200A
Shield, Machine 100A
Shield, 40A
Nozzle, Shield Oxygen, .082
Swirl Ring, Air/ Nitrogen
Nozzle, Shield 200A, .086
Swirl Ring, Oxygen
Nozzle, Shield 100A, .059
Nozzle, 40A
Swirl Ring, 40A
Lubricant, Silicon, 1/4 Oz. Tube
Wrench, Nozzle, 3/4"
O-Ring
Tool:Wtr Tube Replacement
Electrod, 100A Air/Oxygen
Quantity
1
1
1
1
5
5
1
1
1
5
1
5
1
3
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
Quantity
1
1
1
5
5
1
1
1
1
5
1
5
1
3
5
1
1
1
2
1
3
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
MAX200 Machine Torch Assembly with 1.75" diameter Torch Body and 2" diameter
Sleeve (Standard)
Item
1
2
3
4
Part
Number
Description
128380
120894
120584
020536
044027
MAX200 Machine Torch Assembly
Sleeve, Insul, MAX200 Mach, 2.0" diameter
MAX200 Machine Torch Main Body
Lead insulator 9/16 X 2.5 Tef
O-ring, Buna-N
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
The following consumables are part of the MAX200 Machine Torch Assembly.
See Figure 4-17 for details.
020424
020423
020608
020607
220021
Shield, MAX200 Mch 200A
Cap, Nozzle Retaining, MAX200
Nozzle MX200 200A .086 Air/N2/H35
Swirl ring, MAX200 Air/N2/H35
Electrode, MAX200 Air O/2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
3
2
Figure 4-18
MAX200 Service Manual
MAX200 Machine Torch Assembly
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PARTS LIST
MAX200 Machine Torch Assembly with 2" Stainless Steel Torch Body and 2" diameter
Sleeve (Optional)
Item
1
2
3
4
Part
Number
Description
128365
020041
120356
020536
044027
MAX200 Machine Torch Assembly
Sleeve, Insul, MAX200 Mach, 2.0" diameter
MAX200 Machine Torch Main Body
Lead insulator 9/16 X 2.5 Tef
O-ring, Buna-N
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
The following consumables are part of the MAX200 Machine Torch Assembly.
See Figure 4-17 for details.
020424
020423
020608
020607
220021
Shield, MAX200 Mch 200A
Cap, Nozzle Retaining, MAX200
Nozzle MX200 200A .086 Air/N2/H35
Swirl ring, MAX200 Air/N2/H35
Electrode, MAX200 Air O/2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
3
Figure 4-18a
4-42
14
MAX200 Machine Torch Assembly (Optional)
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
MAX200 Machine Torch Assembly with 1.75" diameter Torch Body and 1.75" diameter
Sleeve (Optional)
Item
1
2
3
4
Part
Number
Description
128364
020431
120584
020536
044027
MAX200 Machine Torch Assembly
Sleeve, Insul, MAX200 Mach, 1.75" diameter
MAX200 Machine Torch Main Body
Lead insulator 9/16 X 2.5 Tef
O-ring, Buna-N
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
The following consumables are part of the MAX200 Machine Torch Assembly.
See Figure 4-17 for details.
020424
020423
020608
020607
220021
Shield, MAX200 Mch 200A
Cap, Nozzle Retaining, MAX200
Nozzle MX200 200A .086 Air/N2/H35
Swirl ring, MAX200 Air/N2/H35
Electrode, MAX200 Air O/2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
3
Figure 4-18b
MAX200 Service Manual
MAX200 Machine Torch Assembly (Optional)
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PARTS LIST
Machine Torch Lead Assemblies
See Figure 4-19
Item
Part
Number
1
2
3
4
028454
023429
024216
024221
023032
5
023032
6
7
8
9
10
11
020536
046026
046114
027015
004080
015090
1
2
3
4
028455
023430
024217
024222
023034
5
023034
6
7
8
9
10
11
020536
046026
046114
027015
004080
015090
1
2
3
4
028456
023431
024228
024223
023012
5
023012
6
7
8
9
10
11
020536
046026
046114
027015
004080
015090
4-44
15
Description
Shield Torch Lead, 10 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 10 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 10 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 10 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 10 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 10 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
1.5" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4"
Shield Torch Lead, 15 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 15 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 15 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 15 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 15 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 15 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
1.5" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4
Shield Torch Lead, 20 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 20 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 20 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 20 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 20 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 20 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
1.5" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
Machine Torch Lead Assemblies (cont.)
See Figure 4-19
Item
Part
Number
1
2
3
4
028383
023326
024194
024192
023013
5
023013
6
7
8
9
10
11
020536
046026
046114
027015
004080
015090
1
2
3
4
028457
023432
024229
024224
023014
5
023014
6
7
8
9
10
11
020536
046026
046114
027015
004080
015090
1
2
3
4
028458
023433
024218
024225
023015
5
023015
6
7
8
9
10
11
020536
046026
046114
027015
004080
015090
MAX200 Service Manual
Description
Shield Torch Lead, 25 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 25 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 25 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 25 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 25 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 25 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
1.5" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4"
Shield Torch Lead, 30 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 30 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 30 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 30 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 30 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 30 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
1.5" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4
Shield Torch Lead, 35 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 35 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 35 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 35 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 35 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 35 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
1.5" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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PARTS LIST
Machine Torch Lead Assemblies (cont.)
See Figure 4-19
Item
Part
Number
1
2
3
4
028459
023434
024230
024226
023016
5
023016
6
7
8
9
10
11
020536
046026
046114
027015
004080
015090
1
2
3
4
028460
023435
024231
024227
023387
5
023387
6
7
8
9
10
11
020536
046026
046114
027015
004080
015090
1
2
3
4
028384
023327
024194
024193
023199
5
023199
6
7
8
9
10
11
020536
046026
046114
027015
004080
015090
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Description
Shield Torch Lead, 40 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 40 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 40 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 40 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 40 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 40 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
1.5" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4"
Shield Torch Lead, 45 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 45 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 45 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 45 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 45 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 45 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
1.5" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4
Shield Torch Lead, 50 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 50 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 50 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 50 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 50 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 50 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
1.5" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
Machine Torch Lead Assemblies (cont.)
See Figure 4-19
Item
Part
Number
1
2
3
4
028773
023515
024260
024259
023052
5
023052
6
7
8
9
10
11
020536
046026
046114
027015
004080
015090
1
2
3
4
028599
023622
024319
024318
023262
5
023262
6
7
8
9
10
11
020536
046026
046114
027015
004080
015090
Note:
Description
Shield Torch Lead, 60 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 60 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 60 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 60 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 60 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 60 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
1.5" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4"
Shield Torch Lead, 75 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 75 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 75 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 75 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 75 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 75 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
1.5" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Hypertherm does not recommend using torch leads longer than 75 Feet. 100 Ft, 125 Ft. and 150 Ft.
leads will cause problems with starting.
1
2
3
4
028781
023808
024416
024413
023805
5
023805
6
7
8
9
10
11
020536
046026
046114
027015
004080
015090
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Shield Torch Lead, 100 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 100 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 100 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 100 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 100 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 100 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
1.5" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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PARTS LIST
Machine Torch Lead Assemblies (cont.)
Note:
Hypertherm does not recommend using torch leads longer than 75 Feet. 100 Ft, 125 Ft. and 150 Ft.
leads will cause problems with starting.
Item
Part
Number
1
2
3
4
028782
023809
024417
024414
023806
5
023806
6
7
8
9
10
11
020536
046026
046114
027015
004080
015090
1
2
3
4
028783
023810
024418
024415
023807
5
023807
6
7
8
9
10
11
020536
046026
046114
027015
004080
015090
Description
Shield Torch Lead, 125 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 125 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 125 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 125 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 125 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 125 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
1.5" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4
Shield Torch Lead, 150 Ft.
Lead Pilot, Shield Gas, 150 Ft. (blue)
Lead, Plasma Gas, 150 Ft. (red)
Lead, Cap Sensor, 150 Ft. (gray)
Cable, Water Cooled, 150 Ft.
(blue- red band)
Cable, Water Cooled, 150 Ft.
(blue- green band)
Lead Insulator, 9/16" ID x 2-1/2"
Tubing, 1-1/2" ID Shrink Black
1.5" ID Tinned Braid
Ring Compress, Shield Torch Lead
Collar, Shield Torch Leads
Clamp, Hose, 1-5/16 - 2-1/4
Figure 4-19
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15
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
21
20
21
2
18
19
14
11
15
3
10
4
16
17
9
6
7
8
5
13 12
30
22 23
26
27 28
29
24 25
Figure 4-20 Switch Remote (SR) V/C Control Station
4-50
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PARTS LIST
Switch Remote (SR) V/C Control
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Part
Number
Description
073001
002107
002125
004123
029302
009871
041070
008097
041187
004116
042059
009274
041076
041077
008175
008176
074016
074038
074041
074067
002179
001243
001141
001137
001138
005044
005082
005083
008164
029304
008185
008186
008193
008176
074016
074027
074038
074041
074053
074067
029301
002127
008069
008165
014012
003096
Control Station, SW Rem V/C MAX200
Cov: DR/PR V/C Top
Cov: SR V/C Bot
Bracket, Mtg, SR V/C HT400
Filter PNL-PCB SA DR/SR V/C
Potentiometer, 500 Ohm 10 Turn
PC BD Assy Opto-Iso HT400
Terminal, PC HHS 2022C
PC BD Assy Dig/Sta V/C MAX200
Heatsink, DR/PR SR V/C HT400
IC, LM340AK-5.0
Capacitor, 2600 UF 15VDC
PC BD Assy Rem Volt Disp
PC BD Assy Rem Curr Disp
Receptacle, Shell 13-9 Size
Pin, 20-24 AWG Type III+
Term 22-18 .250 FEM QC Insul
Term 22-18 FEM QC Insul
Term 22-18 #6 Ring Uninsul
Term 22-18 .25 MAL QC Insul
Encl:MAX200 SR V/C
Pl: MAX200 SR Fr
Flg: HT400 SR V/C Mdl Fr
FR: HT400 DR/PR/ST V/C Mdl LS
FR: HT400 DR/PR/ST V/C Mdl RS
Switch, Tog 1Pl Maint On/On
Switch, PB, Green, Full Guard
Switch, PB, Red, Mushroom Head
Knob
Harness, SA MAX200, SR V/C
Plug, Shell 13-9 Size
Socket, 20-24 AWG Type III+
Receptacle, Shell 17-16 Size
Pin, 20-24 AWG Type III+
Term, 22-18 .250 FEM QC Insul
Term, 22-16 #6 LCK Fork Insul
Term, 22-18 FEM QC Insul
Term 22-18 #6 Ring Uninsul
Term 22-18 FEM QC Inusl
Term 22-18 .25 MAL QC Insul
Rear Panel SA, MAX200
Pnl: MAX200 SR V/C Rear
Fuse, 3/8 Amp 313, 375
Fuseholder, Rem V/C HT400
Transf'mer, DR/PR/SR V/C HT400
Relay: 24VAC DPDT Bifurcated Cont
MAX200 Service Manual
Figure 5-1
Designator
Vols, Amps
PCB2
PCB1
RECP1
S1, S2
PB1
PB2
PL1
RECP2
F1
T1
CR1
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
2
11
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
6
1
14
2
4
11
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
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15
PARTS LIST
1
7
2
13
9
21
10
4
22
12
11
17
18
20
19
16
8
5 6
Figure 4-21
4-52
3
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Digital Remote (DR) V/C Control
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
Digital Remote (DR) V/C Control
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Part
Number
Description
073007
002107
002106
002119
004119
008069
008165
008164
014012
002118
001133
001131
001137
001138
029302
009871
008175
008176
074016
074038
074041
074067
041070
008097
041187
004116
042059
009274
008097
008098
041076
041077
Control Station, Digital Remote V/C
Cov: DR/PR V/C Top
Cov: DR/PR V/C Bottom
Panel, Rear, DR V/C
Bracket, Mtg, DR/PR V/C
Fuse, 3/8 Amp 313, 375
Fuseholder, REM V/C
Knob
Transf'mer, DR/PR/SR V/C
Encl, Assy DR V/C
Pl: HT400 DR V/C MDL FR
Flg: HT400 DR/PR V/C MDL Fr
FR: HT400 DR/PR/ST V/C Mdl LS
FR: HT400 DR/PR/ST V/C Mdl RS
Filter PNL-PCB SA DR/SR V/C
Potentiometer, 500 Ohm 10 turn
Receptacle, Shell Size 13-9
Pin, 20-24 AWG Type III+
Term 22-18 .250 FEM QC Insul
Term 22-18 FEM QC Insul
Term 22-18 #6 Ring Uninsul
Term 22-18 .25 MAL QC Insul
PC BD Assy Opto-Iso
Terminal, PC HHS 2022C
PC BD Assy Dig/Sta V/C MAX200
Heatsink, DR/PR SR V/C
IC, LM340AK-5.0
Capacitor, 2600 UF 15VDC
Terminal, PC HHS 2022C
Terminal, PC CAM
PC BD Assy Rem Volt Disp
PC BD Assy Rem Curr Disp
MAX200 Service Manual
Figure 5-2
Designator
Qty.
1
1FU
1TRANS
029302
Volt Set,Curr Set
7RECP
2PC
1PC
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
6
2
11
1
2
1
4
1
1
1
1
11
9
1
1
4-53
15
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1
2
20
21
8 9
7
11
10
16
18
19
17
15
6
14 13
4 5
Figure 4-22
4-54
3
12 13
Programmable (PR)V/C Control
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PARTS LIST
Programmable Remote (PR) V/C Control
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Part
Number
Description
055004
002107
002106
002123
008069
008165
014012
004119
002122
001139
001131
001137
001138
029089
008175
008176
008193
074016
074038
074041
074067
041070
008097
041085
004116
009274
042059
008097
008098
041076
041077
Control, Programmable V/C
Cov: DR/PR V/C Top
Cov: DR/PR V/C Bottom
Panel, Rear, PR V/C
Fuse, 3/8 Amp 313, 375
Fuseholder, REM V/C
Transf'mer, DR/PR/SR V/C
Bracket, Mtg, DR/PR V/C
Encl Assy, PR V/C
PL: HT400 PR V/C MDL FR
Flg: HT400 DR/PR V/C MDL Fr
FR: HT400 DR/PR/ST V/C Mdl LS
FR: HT400 DR/PR/ST V/C Mdl RS
Filter PNL-PCB SA PR V/C
Receptacle, Shell 13-9 Size
Pin, 20-24 AWG Type III+
Recp, CPC 17-16 Standard Sex
Term 22-18 .250 FEM QC Insul
Term 22-18 FEM QC Insul
Term 22-18 #6 Ring Uninsul
Term 22-18 .25 MAL QC Insul
PC BD Assy Opto-Iso
Terminal, PC HHS 2022C
PC BD Assy, PR V/C
Heatsink, DR/PR SR V/C
Capacitor, 2600 UF 15VDC
IC, LM340AK-5.0
Terminal, PC HHS 2022C
Terminal, PC CAM
PC BD Assy, Rem Volt Disp
PC BD Assy, Rem Curr Disp
MAX200 Service Manual
Figure 5-3
Designator
1FU
029089
7RECP
6RECP
2PC
041085
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
22
1
2
5
4
2
1
4
1
1
1
1
18
7
1
1
4-55
5 6
3
13
12
11
1
7
14
2
12
10
15
18
17
16
12
11
8 9
4
12
PARTS LIST
Figure 4-23 Inductive IHS Control Module
4-56
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PARTS LIST
Inductive IHS Control Module
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Part
Number
Description
053016
002095
006021
008073
008071
008175
008176
008177
008186
008210
009041
015001
015005
015259
015100
015502
024038
041043
041023
008094
Control Module, IND IHS, HT400
Encl., Control Module UW-IHS
Valve, SOL 75# 1/4 NPTF
Terminal Strip (16)
Strain Relief, 1/2 X .375-.500
Receptacle, Shell Size 13-9
Pin, 20-24 AWG Type III+
Grommet, HHS 91107
Socket, 20-24 AWG Type III+
Receptacle, 11-4
Filter, AC, 1 Amp 1B3
Adapter, Bulkhead, 1/4 NPTF
Adapter, 1/4 NPT x #4
Swivel, #4
Adapter, 1/4 NPT x 1/4 Poly
Nipple, 1/4 x CL
Hose Assy, #4 x 7"
PC BD Assy UW-IHS
Power Source, IHS
Terminal Strip (8)
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Designator
1SOL
1TB
14RECP
15RECP,16RECP
009041
041043
2TB
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
7
1
8
2
1
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4-57
15
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MAX200 Power Supply Internal Hosing
To identify hosing, find lettered item where one of the ends of the hosing terminates from the exploded views, and
find the same lettered item and page number under the column From Item on Page or To Item on Page in chart
below.
From Item on Page
A
C
D
E
F
G
D
B
A
C
B
C
D
B
E
J
L
N
P
4-58
3-96
4-10
4-10
4-10
4-10
4-10
4-10
4-22
4-4
4-14
4-22
4-26
4-26
4-6
4-28
4-28
4-28
4-28
4-28
4-28
To Item on Page
B
A
G
B
B
C
A
E
A
B
A
C
A
D
F
K
M
E
F
4-10
4-6
4-22
4-22
4-6
4-6
4-4
4-6
4-22
4-14
4-28
4-28
4-22
4-28
4-28
4-28
4-28
4-22
4-22
Part No.
Description
Length
046067
046067
046067
046067
046067
046067
046067
046067
046048
046048
046047
046047
046047
046047
046047
046047
046047
046016
046016
Tubing, 3/8 OD Blu Air Brake
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
Tubing, 1/8 OD Blk Air Brake
"
"
"
Tubing, 3/8 OD Blk Air Brake
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
Hose, 3/8 ID Blk
"
"
"
22"
42"
24"
80"
40"
40"
46"
15"
22"
22"
12.75"
9.5"
96"
7.75"
9.5"
11.75"
10"
13"
19.5"
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COLOR
Wht
Yel
Brn
Orn
Blk
Blk
Blk
Blk
Blu
Shield
Shield
Shield
Shield
Shield
Blk
SCKT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Figure 4-24
Hold Sig
Initial Height – Sig
Auto Height – Sig
Current 50% – Sig
Hold – Common
Initial Height – Common
Auto Height – Common
Current 50% – Common
Plasma Start – Sig
Hold – Shield
Initial Height – Shld
Auto Height – Shld
Current 50% – Shld
Plasma Start – Shld
Plasma Start – Sig
FUNCTION
Legend – Power Supply End – 1X1
Shield
Wht
Red
Shield
Shield
Shield
Shield
Shield
Yel
Blk
Blk
Blu
Grn
Red
Red
Grn
Red
Red
COLOR
24VAC Aux.., Shld
24VAC Aux., Neutral
24VAC Aux., Hot
Down Relay, Shield
Up Relay, Shield
Mach. Motion Delayed, Shld
Mach. Motion Advanced, Shld
Plasma Stop – Shld
Plasma Stop – Sig
Down Relay, Line
Up Relay, Line
Mach. Motion Delayed, Sig
Mach. Motion Advanced, Sig
Plasma Stop – Sig
Down Relay, Load
Up Relay, Load
Mach. Motion Delayed, Sig
Mach. Motion Advanced, Sig
FUNCTION
MAX200 Machine Interface Cable Diagram – 1 of 2
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
SCKT
Legend – Power Supply End – 1X1
Length
25 ft (7.6m)
50 ft (15m)
75 ft (23m)
100 ft (30m)
150 ft (46m)
200 ft (61m)
Part No.
023334
023335
023336
023337
023338
023339
PARTS LIST
4-59
PARTS LIST
Lug
Color
Description and Comments
81
80
Red
Yel
Plasma Emergency Stop (24VAC) – 1X1 pins 28, 33;
cable lugs 80, 81. Open to stop. To use, remove jumper on TB3-80 and 81 in
power supply.
82
83
Blu
Blk
Plasma Start (24VAC) – 1X1 pins 9, 15; cable lugs 82, 83. Close to
start; Open to stop.
173
174
Sig.
Com.
Yel
Blk
* Initial Height (12VDC) – 1X1 pins 2, 6; cable lugs 173, 174. Close for
no IHS; Open for IHS.
171
172
Sig.
Com.
Brn
Blk
* Auto Height (!2VDC) – 1X1 pins 3, 7; cable lugs 171, 172.
Close for no Auto Height; Open for Auto Height.
135
136
Sig.
Com.
Orn
Blk
* Current 50% (12VDC) – 1X1 pins 4, 8; cable lugs 135, 136.
Reduces current to 50% of preset for cornering, etc. Close for 50% current; Open
for 100% current.
87
86
Sig.
Com
Wht
Blk
* Hold (12VDC) – 1X1 pins 1, 5; cable lugs 86, 87. Synchronizes
starting of two or more systems. Close for no start; Open for start.
169
170
Load
Line
Red
Blk
* Relay Down (Solid state relay (dry contacts), rated to switch 24 to
240VAC, 1 amp. DC relay optional.) – 1X1 pins 29, 34; cable lugs 169, 170.
167
168
Load
Line
Grn
Blk
* Relay Up (Solid state relay (dry contacts), rated to switch 24 to
240VAC, 1 amp. DC relay optional.) – 1X1 pins 30, 35; cable lugs 167, 168.
84
85
Red
Blu
** Machine Motion – Delayed – 1X1 pins 31, 36; cable lugs 84, 85.
Contact closes after arc transfer and time delay (set on power supply front panel).
Relay (dry contacts).
79
78
Red
Grn
*** Machine Motion – Advanced – 1X1 pins 32, 37; cable lugs 79, 78.
Contact closes approximately three seconds before arc fires. Relay (dry contacts).
77
76
Hot
Neut
Notes:
Red
Wht
Auxiliary 24VAC, 1 amp. – 1X1 pins 21, 22; cable lugs 77, 76.
1X1 designates connector on rear of power supply. Lug numbers designate wire numbers on end of Interface cable.
* These functions are available only on MAX200s equipped with Torch Height Control option.
** Note that resistor R150 and capacitor C78 are connected in series across the contacts. In some cases one lead of
R150 must be cut from the control PC board as the R-C circuit may provide enough current flow to maintain machine
motion input to cutting machine.
*** Note that resistor R155 and capacitor C79 are connected in series across the contacts. In some cases one lead of
R155 must be cut from the control PC board as the R-C circuit may provide enough current flow to maintain machine
motion input to cutting machine.
Figure 4-24
4-60
Machine Interface Cable Diagram – 2 of 2
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4
5
Note:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
15
16
SCKT
Shields cut on
P8 end
6
7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14
15 16
3
2
008186 Socket (14)
1
008192 Strain Relief
008209 Plug Shell
23-37 Size
Wht
Blk
Orn
Blk
Blk
Blu
Yel
Brn
Grn
Blk
Blk
Blk
Blk
Red
COLOR
Plasma Start Signal
IH Signal
Auto Height Signal
SID Signal
Plasma Start Common
IH Common
Auto Height Common
SID Data Common
SOD Data Signal
Shield Plasma Start
Shield Initial Height
Shield Auto Height
Shield (SID)
Shield (SOD)
SOD Common
Shield Unused R/W/Shield
Shield Unused R/G/Shield
24VAC Aux. Neut.
24VAC Aux. Shield
24VAC Aux. Hot
120VAC Shield
120VAC Neut.
120VAC Hot
FUNCTION
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
023319
023328
023329
023330
023331
023332
Part No.
25 ft (7.6m)
50 ft (15m)
75 ft (23m)
100 ft (30.5m)
150 ft (46m)
200 ft (61m)
Length
34 35 36 37
29 30 31 32 33
23 24 25 26 27 30
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
10 11 12 13 14 15
5
008176 Pin (21)
008205 Pin (2)
Power Supply End
1X2
Remote V/C Cable – Power Supply to Switch Remote (SR) V/C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
19
20
23
24
29
31
35
36
PIN
008189 Strain Relief
Legend – Power Supply End – 1X2
047053 Cable, 22-9
Pr Shielded
IH Signal
Plasma Start Signal
IH Common
Plasma Start Common
Auto Height Common
Auto Height Signal
SOD Data
SOD Common
SID Data
SID Common
24VAC Aux. Hot
24VAC Aux. Neut.
120VAC Hot
120VAC Neut.
FUNCTION
Figure 4-25
Yel
Blu
Blk
Blk
Blk
Brn
Red
Blk
Grn
Blk
Orn
Blk
Blk
Wht
COLOR
Legend – Switch Remote End
008191 Plug, Shell 17-16 Size
SR Remote End
PARTS LIST
4-61
4-62
15
5
8
4
7
9
6
3
Note: Shields cut on
remote end
2
1
008186 Socket (6)
Grn
Blk
Red
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
Figure 4-26
Blk
Wht
Blk
COLOR
SCKT
Grn
Blk
Red
4
8
9
13
14
15
31
35
36
Wht
Blk
Blk
COLOR
Indicates Pairs
008176 Pin (9)
SID Data
SID Common
SOD Data
Shield-Grn/Blk
Shield-Red/Blk
SOD Common
Shield (AC PWR) Wht/Blk
AC Power
AC Power
FUNCTION
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
023346
023347
023348
023349
023742
023350
023351
023813
023577
023818
25 ft (7.6 m)
50 ft (15 m)
75 ft (23 m)
100 ft (30.5 m)
125 ft (38.1 m)
150 ft (46 m)
200 ft (61 m)
250 ft (76 m)
275 ft (83.6 m)
300 ft (91.5 m)
Length
34 35 36 37
29 30 31 32 33
23 24 25 26 27 30
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
10 11 12 13 14 15
5
Part No.
008209 Plug Shell
23-37 Size
Legend – Power Supply End – 1X2
008189 Strain Relief
Power Supply End
1X2
Remote V/C Cable – Power Supply to Digital (DR) or Programmable (PR) V/C
SID Data
SID Common
SOD Data
Key
SOD Common
AC Power
AC Power
FUNCTION
Legend-DR/PR Remote End
008190 Key
Insert Key in face of
plug tapered end first
until it locks in detent.
PIN
047002 Cable, 22-3 Pr Shielded
008187 Strain Relief
008185 Plug, Shell 13-9 Size
DR/PR Remote End
5X2
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4 5 6
8 9 10
11 12 13 14
15 16
3
2
008192 Strain Relief
COLOR
Blk
Blu
Grn
Wht
Orn
Red
Wht/Blk
Wht/Blu
Blk/Blu
Blk/Grn
Blk/Orn
Blk/Red
Wht/Grn
Wht/Red
Blk/Wht
Shield
SCKT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Figure 4-27
008191 Plug,
Shell 17-16 Size
047025 Cable 24-15 Shielded
Computer Cable – Programmable Remote (PR) V/C to Computer Interface
Current Program – I 20
"
"
I 40
"
"
I 80
"
"
I 100
"
"
I 200
"
"
I 400
Common (RemoteChassis)
Voltage Program – V5
"
"
V10
"
"
V20
"
"
V40
"
"
V80
"
"
V100
"
"
V200
Spare (Remote Chassis)
Shield (Remote Chassis)
FUNCTION
Programmable Remote End
REAR VIEW
7
1
008186 Socket (16)
5X2
Length
25 ft ( 7.6m)
50 ft (15m)
Part No.
023099
023100
Cutting Machine Computer
PARTS LIST
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PARTS LIST
Inductive IHS Torch Mounting Assembly
Parent Item numbers (028390 and 028720) includes items listed below, as well as IHS Control Module 053016
listed on pages 4-54 and 4-55.
Item
1
2
3
4
5
Item
1
2
3
4
5
Part
Number
Description
028720
029044
004082
004083
015005
027024
005074
Inductive IHS,2" - used with standard & stainless steel torch
Torch MTG SA, Induct IHS MAX200
Bracket, IND Sensor, UW-IHS
Bracket, MTG Torch, UW-IHS MAX200
Adapter, 1/4 NPT x #4
Cylinder, IND Sensor, UW-IHS
Inductive Sensor Assembly
Part
Number
Description
028390
029334
004082
004349
015005
027024
005074
Inductive IHS, 1-3/4" - used with optional torch
Torch MTG SA, Induct IHS MAX200
Bracket, IND Sensor, UW-IHS
Bracket, MTG Torch, UW-IHS MAX200
Adapter, 1/4 NPT x #4
Cylinder, IND Sensor, UW-IHS
Inductive Sensor Assembly
Qty.
1
1
1
1
2
Qty.
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
2
1
5
Figure 4-28
4-64
1-99
5
Inductive IHS Torch Mounting Assembly
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
Item
1
2
3
4
5
Rear
View
Part
Number
Description
004085
005078
005085
008145
004656
Nut, Ins, Ind Sensor
Cap, Sensor, UW-IHS
Sensor, Inductive
Plug, 3 Pin M Ind Sensor UW-IHS
Heat shrink
Qty.
C
4
B
2
5
Inductive Sensor End
A
3
1
Part No.
Legend-Inductive Sensor End
005074
PIN
COLOR
FUNCTION
A
B
C
Brn
Blu
Blk
Power (+15 VDC)
Common
Signal
Figure 4-29
MAX200 Service Manual
2
2
2
2
1
Inductive Sensor Assembly
4-65
15
Figure 4-30
4-66
See Figure 4-31 for detail
See Figure 4-32 for detail
Lead sets for IHS System
4
3
2
1
PARTS LIST
MAX200 Service Manual
PARTS LIST
Interconnecting Leads for Inductive IHS System
Item
028244
(25 ft)
028245
(50 ft)
028282
(75 ft)
028246
(100 ft)
028247
(150 ft)
028356
(200 ft)
1
2
3
4
024144
023115
023115
023111
024144
023115
023115
023112
024144
023115
023115
023155
024144
023115
023115
023113
024144
023115
023115
023114
024144
023115
023115
023284
008176 PIN (4)
IHS End
P15, P16
Inductive Sensor End
P17, P18
047029 Cable, 22-3 TW, OA Shielded
008195 Strain Relief
009211 Plug, Shell 11-4, Rev Sex
Legend IHS End (P15, P16)
PIN
COLOR
1
2
3
4
Clear
Black
Braid
Red
FUNCTION
Signal
Common
Shield
Power (+15 VDC)
Figure 4-31
MAX200 Service Manual
008144 Plug, 3-Pin F
(Amphenol)
Legend Inductive Sensor End (P17, P18)
PIN
COLOR
A
B
C
Red
Black
Clear
Note:
Part No.
Length
023115
40 ft
FUNCTION
Power (+15 VDC)
Common
Signal
Cut Shield Sensor End
Cable IHS (P15-16)/Sensor (P17-18)
4-67
PARTS LIST
008176 PIN (9)
008186 Socket (7)
Power Supply End
IHS End
1X3
047002 Cable, 23-3 PR
008192 Strain Relief
008202 Plug, Shell 17-14
008187 Strain Relief
008185 Plug, Shell 13-9
008190 Key
Insert key in face of
plug, tapered end first,
until it locks in detent.
Legend – Power Supply End
PIN
COLOR
1
2
4
5
7
8
9
11
14
Red
Grn
Blk
Blk
Drain
Drain
Drain
Blk
Wht
Legend – IHS End
FUNCTION
IHS Complete Sig.
Upper Limit Sw Sig
IHS Complete Com
Upper Limit Sw Com
Shield-Wht/Blk
Shield-Red/Blk
Shield-Grn./Blk
AC Power
AC Power
PIN
COLOR
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
Red
Grn
Blk
Blk
Drain
Wht
Blk
FUNCTION
IHS Complete Sig.
Upper Limit Sw Sig
Upper Limit Sw Com
IHS Complete Com
Shield-Grn/Blk
Key
AC Power
AC Power
Indicates Pairs
Indicates Pairs w/Drain
Note:
On IHS End, cut Red/Black Shield &
White/Black Shield Wires
Figure 4-32
4-68
Part No.
023111
023112
023155
023113
023114
023284
Length
25 ft (7.6m)
50 ft (15m)
75 ft (23m)
100 ft (30.5m)
150 ft (46m)
200 ft (61m)
HS Interface Cable – Power Supply to IHS
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PARTS LIST
IHS Fittings Kit
Part
Number
Description
028243
008144
008176
008185
008186
008187
008190
008192
008195
008202
008211
015259
015140
Kit, Fittings, IHS, HT400
Plug, 3 Pin F Ind Sensr UW-IHS
Pin, 20-24 AWG Type III+
Plug, Shell 13-9 Size
Socket, Amp, 24-20 AWG
Strain Relief W/008185
Key, Plug
Strain Relief W/008191, 196, 202
Strain Relief W/008194
Plug, Shell Size 17-14
Plug, 11-4, Rev Sex
Swivel, #4
Ferrule
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Qty.
2
17
1
6
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
4-69
15
PARTS LIST
Power Supply #1
Power Supply #2
X Ft, 047125, Belden #9320-20 AWG,
1 Pair Overall Shielded, CSA Certified
87 Red
Red
86 Black
Black
Shield
87
86
Shield
Qty 6, 074027 Terminal-Insulated Locking Fork,
22-18 AWG #6, T&B RA2217
Legend-Power Supply #1 End
Wire #
Color
Function
86
87
Black
Red
Shield
Hold Signal
Hold Common
Hold Shield
Legend-Power Supply #2 End
Part No.
023340
023341
023342
023343
023344
Figure 4-33
4-70
Wire #
Color
Function
86
87
Black
Red
Shield
Hold Signal
Hold Common
Hold Shield
Length
15 ft (4.5m)
25 ft (7.6m)
50 ft (15m)
100 ft (30.5m)
150 ft (46m)
Hold Cable – Power Supply #1 to Power Supply #2
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PAC200T/E Hand Torch Systems
PAC200T (90°) Hand Torch Cutting Systems
PAC200T (90°) HAND TORCH CUTTING SYSTEMS
PAC200T Torch w/
200VAC
208VAC
380/415VAC
240/480VAC
500VAC
600VAC
25' Leads
50' Leads
75' Leads
100' Leads
125' Leads
150' Leads
073163
073164
073165
073166
073167
073168
073139
073140
073141
073142
073143
073144
073151
073152
073153
073154
073155
073156
073115
073116
073117
073118
073119
073120
073175
073176
073177
073178
073179
073180
073127
073128
073129
073130
073131
073132
MAX200E Hand Torch Gouging Systems*
MAX200E (65°) HAND TORCH GOUGING SYSTEMS
PAC200E Torch w/
200VAC
208VAC
380/415VAC
240/480VAC
500VAC
600VAC
25' Leads
50' Leads
75' Leads
100' Leads
125' Leads
150' Leads
073169
073170
073171
073172
073173
073174
073145
073146
073147
073148
073149
073150
073157
073158
073159
073160
073161
073162
073121
073122
073123
073124
073125
073126
073181
073182
073183
073184
073185
073186
073133
073134
073135
073136
073137
073138
* Heat shield (020881) included in MAX200E systems
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PAC200T/E Trigger Torch Consumables – Figures 4-34, 4-35
Note:
4-72
14
See page 4-74 for consumable part kits.
Plasma Gas/
Shield Gas
Shield
Retaining
Cap
Nozzle
Swirl
Ring
Electrode
200
100
40
200
100
200
Air / Air
Air / Air
Air / Air
O2 / Air
O2 / Air
N2 / CO2
020918
020919
020917
020918
020919
020918
020915
020915
020915
020915
020915
020915
020608
020611
020689
020605
020616
020608
020607
020607
020613
020604
020617
020607
220021
120547
220021
220021
120547
020415
Stainless
Steel
200
100
40
200
200
200
100
Air / Air
Air / Air
Air / Air
N2 / Air
N2 / CO2
H35 / N2
H35 / N2
020918
020919
020917
020918
020918
020920
020919
020915
020915
020915
020915
020915
020915
020915
020608
020611
020689
020608
020608
020608
020611
020607
020607
020613
020607
020607
020607
020607
220021
220021
220021
020415
020415
020415
020415
Aluminum
200
100
40
200
200
200
100
Air / Air
Air / Air
Air / Air
N2 / Air
N2 / CO2
H35 / N2
H35 / N2
020918
020919
020917
020918
020918
020918
020919
020915
020915
020915
020915
020915
020915
020915
020608
020611
020689
020608
020608
020608
020611
020607
020607
020613
020607
020607
020607
020607
220021
220021
220021
020415
020415
020415
020415
Mild
Steel
200
200
Air / Air
H35/Air
020891
020891
020882
020882
020615
020934
020607
020607
220021
020933
Stainless
Steel
200
H35 / N2
020891
020882
020934
020607
020933
Aluminum
200
H35 / N2
020891
020882
020934
020607
020933
Metal
Amps
Mild
Steel
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Nozzle
Shield
020605 (200A O2)
020608 (200A Air, N2, H35)
020918 (200A)
Swirl Ring
020604 (O2)
020607 (Air, N2, H35)
Retaining
Cap
Electrode
220021 (Air, O2)
020415 (N2, H35)
120547 (100A Air, O2)
020915
020917 (40A)
020919 (100A)
020920 (200A H35 – Stnlss only)
Figure 4-34
020611 (100A Air, H35)
020616 (100A O2)
020689 (40A Air)
020613 (40A Air)
020617 (100A O2)
020607 (Air, N2, H35)
PAC200T (Cutting) Trigger Torch Consumable Parts
Nozzle
020615 (Air)
Electrode
220021 (Air)
Shield
020891
Retaining
Cap
020882
Swirl Ring
020607
020934 (H35)
Figure 4-35
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020933 (H35)
PAC200E (Gouging) Trigger Torch Consumable Parts
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PARTS LIST
PAC200T Cutting Torch Consumable Parts Kit 028750
Part
Number
Description
028750
001067
015015
015193
220021
020415
020918
020604
020605
020607
020608
027055
027194
044027
027347
Parts Kit: PAC200T
Box:Gray Plastic
Adapter:1/4NPT X #6 Male 90 Brass
Cap:#6 Brass
Electrode:MAX200 Air/Oxy
Electrode:MAX200 N2/H35
Shield:PAC200T Hand Torch 200A
Swirl Ring:MAX200 Oxy
Nozzle:MAX200 .082 200A Oxy
Swirl Ring:MAX200 Air/N2/H35
Nozzle:MX200 .086 200A Air/N2
Lubricant:Silicone 1/4-Oz Tube
Nozzle Wrench:MAX200/HT2000
O-Ring:BUNA 70DURO 1.301X.070
Tool:Water Tube Replacement
Qty.
1
1
1
5
5
5
1
5
1
5
1
1
2
1
PAC200E Gouging Torch Consumable Parts Kit 028751
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Part
Number
Description
028751
001067
015015
015193
020607
020891
020918
020933
220021
020934
020615
020608
027055
027194
044027
027347
027524
Parts Kit: PAC200E
Box:Gray Plastic
Adapter:1/4NPT X #6 Male 90 Brass
Cap:#6 Brass
Swirl Ring:MAX200 Air/N2/H35
Shield:PAC200E Torch
Shield:PAC200T 200A
Electrode:PAC200E Torch
Electrode:MAX200 Air/Oxy
Nozzle:PAC200E Torch N2/H35
Nozzle:MAX200 Air/H35 Gouging
Nozzle:MAX200 .086 200A Air/N2/H35
Lubricant:Silicone 1/4-Oz Tube
Nozzle Wrench:MAX200/HT2000
O-Ring:BUNA 70DURO 1.301X.070
Tool:Water Tube Replacement
Nozzle Wrench: 1" open end
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
5
5
5
1
1
2
1
1
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PAC200T (90°) Cutting Torch Assembly
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Part
Number
Description
073190
002244
001412
001217
120045
020963
044027
027254
075365
029865
220021
020607
020608
020915
020918
PAC200T (90°) Cutting Torch Assembly
Safety Trigger: PAC120/200T/E Tch
Handle: PAC200T/E 90 Deg Hand Torch
Boot: PAC200T/E Torch
PAC200T Torch Main Body
Water Tube:PAC200T Electd Cool
O-Ring:Buna 1.301X.070
Spring, Trigger, PAC120/200T/E Torch
P/S, #6X3/4, PH, Pan
Leads SA:PAC200T/E Torch/PS 25 ft
Electrode: MAX200 Air/Oxygen
Swirl Ring: MAX200 Air/N2/H35
Nozzle: MAX200 .086 200A Air/N2/H35
Shield Cap: PAC200T Cutting Torch
Shield: PAC200T 200A
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
PAC200T (90°) Cutting Torch Assembly 25 Ft
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Part
Number
Description
073189
002244
001412
001217
120045
020963
044027
027254
075365
029865
220021
020607
020608
020915
020918
PAC200T Cutting Torch Assembly 25 ft
Safety Trigger: PAC120/200T/E Tch
Handle: PAC200T/E 90 Deg Hand Torch
Boot: PAC200T/E Torch
PAC200T Torch Main Body
Water Tube:PAC200T Electd Cool
O-Ring:Buna 1.301X.070
Spring, Trigger, PAC120/200T/E Torch
P/S, #6X3/4, PH, Pan
Leads SA:PAC200T/E Torch/PS 25 ft
Electrode: MAX200 Air/Oxygen
Swirl Ring: MAX200 Air/N2/H35
Nozzle: MAX200 .086 200A Air/N2/H35
Shield Cap: PAC200T Cutting Torch
Shield: PAC200T 200A
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
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8
†
3
2
2
†
6
1
7
4
5
†
Figure 4-36
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See page 4-81 for detail of torch leads.
PAC200T (Cutting) Torch Assembly
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PAC200T (65°) Cutting Torch Assembly
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Part
Number
Description
073187
002244
001440
001217
020907
020963
044027
027254
075365
029865
220021
020607
020608
020915
020918
PAC200T (65°) Cutting Torch Assembly*
Safety Trigger: PAC120/200T/E Tch
Handle: PAC200T/E 65 Deg Hand Torch
Boot: PAC200T/E Torch
PAC200T (65°) Torch Main Body
Water Tube:PAC200T Electd Cool
O-Ring:Buna 1.301X.070
Spring, Trigger, PAC120/200T/E Torch
P/S, #6X3/4, PH, Pan
Leads SA:PAC200T/E Torch/PS 25 ft
Electrode: MAX200 Air/Oxygen
Swirl Ring: MAX200 Air/N2/H35
Nozzle: MAX200 .086 200A Air/N2/H35
Shield Cap: PAC200T Cutting Torch
Shield: PAC200T 200A
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
PAC200T (65°) Cutting Torch Assembly 25 Ft
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Part
Number
Description
073110
002244
001440
001217
020907
020963
044027
027254
075365
029865
220021
020607
020608
020915
020918
PAC200T (65°) Cutting Torch Assembly 25 ft
Safety Trigger: PAC120/200T/E Tch
Handle: PAC200T/E 65 Deg Hand Torch
Boot: PAC200T/E Torch
PAC200T (65°) Torch Main Body
Water Tube:PAC200T Electd Cool
O-Ring:Buna 1.301X.070
Spring, Trigger, PAC120/200T/E Torch
P/S, #6X3/4, PH, Pan
Leads SA:PAC200T/E Torch/PS 25 ft
Electrode: MAX200 Air/Oxygen
Swirl Ring: MAX200 Air/N2/H35
Nozzle: MAX200 .086 200A Air/N2/H35
Shield Cap: PAC200T Cutting Torch
Shield: PAC200T 200A
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
* See Figure 4-36.
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PAC200E Gouging Torch Assembly
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Part
Number
Description
073188
002244
001440
001217
020908
020913
044027
027254
075365
029865
020933
020607
020934
020882
020891
PAC200E Gouging Torch Assembly*
Safety Trigger: PAC120/200T/E Tch
Handle: PAC200T/E 65 Deg Hand Torch
Boot: PAC200T/E Torch
PAC200E Torch Main Body
Water Tube:PAC200E Electd Cool
O-Ring:Buna 1.301X.070
Spring, Trigger, PAC120/200T/E Torch
P/S, #6X3/4, PH, Pan
Leads SA:PAC200T/E Torch/PS 25 ft
Electrode: PAC200E
Swirl Ring: MAX200 Air/N2/H35
Nozzle: PAC200E N2
Shield Cap: PAC200E Torch
Shield: PAC200E Torch
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
PAC200E Gouging Torch Assembly 25 Ft
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Part
Number
Description
073111
002244
001440
001217
020908
020913
044027
027254
075365
029865
020933
020607
020934
020882
020891
PAC200E Gouging Torch Assembly 25 ft
Safety Trigger: PAC120/200T/E Tch
Handle: PAC200T/E 65 Deg Hand Torch
Boot: PAC200T/E Torch
PAC200E Torch Main Body
Water Tube:PAC200E Electd Cool
O-Ring:Buna 1.301X.070
Spring, Trigger, PAC120/200T/E Torch
P/S, #6X3/4, PH, Pan
Leads SA:PAC200T/E Torch/PS 25 ft
Electrode: PAC200E
Swirl Ring: MAX200 Air/N2/H35
Nozzle: PAC200E N2
Shield Cap: PAC200E Torch
Shield: PAC200E Torch
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
* See Figure 4-37.
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3
8
†
2
6
†
1
2
4
7
5
††
† See page 4-81 for detail of torch leads.
†† Heat Shield 020881 not included in PAC200E Torch Assembly. Order separately.
Figure 4-37
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PAC200E (Gouging) Torch Assembly
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Trigger Torch 25 – Foot Lead Assembly (Torch to Power Supply)*
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
* Note:
Part
Number
Description
029865
024375
024194
023714
023716
023715
047203
005094
024197
046065
Leads SA:PAC200T/E Trch/PS 25 ft
Hose:200T/E Cap Sensor Trch/PS
Hose Assy:3/16 Red LH
Cable: 200T/E Water Cooled Blue
Cable: 200T/E Water Cooled Red
Cable: 200T/E Shield Gas
Cable, 16-1 Pair
Push Button Switch: Torch
Sheath: MAX200 Hand Torch Leads 25'
Tube 9/16 ID X .03 WL Nat Tef
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
.333 ft
If leads longer than 25 feet are needed, use extended leads (see page 4-82).
1
Grey
Red
2
Blue w/Green shrink wrap
3
4
Red w/Red shrink wrap
8
5
Grey w/Blue shrink wrap
6
7
Figure 4-38
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PARTS LIST
Extended Leads
Part
Number
Description
Qty.
Length
028715
*029866
029867
001313
075365
PAC200T/E Torch Leads Ext 50'
Leads SA:PAC200T/E Torch-XBT 25'
Leads SA:PAC200T/E XBT-PS 25'
Box:Torch Leads Ext (one half)
Screws
1
1
1
1 pair
8
50 ft
028716
*029866
029594
001313
075365
PAC200T/E Torch Leads Ext 75'
Leads SA:PAC200T/E Torch-XBT 25'
Leads MAX200 Hand Torch XT 50' PS End
Box:Torch Leads Ext
Screws
1
1
1
1 pair
8
75 ft
028717
*029866
029593
029867
001313
075365
PAC200T/E Torch Leads Ext 100'
Leads SA:PAC200T/E Torch-XBT 25'
Leads MAX200 Hand Torch XT 50' CTRSC
Leads SA:PAC200T/E XBT-PS 25'
Box:Torch Leads Ext
Screws
1
1
1
1
2 pair
8
100 ft
028718
*029866
029593
029594
001313
075365
PAC200T/E Torch Leads Ext 125'
Leads SA:PAC200T/E TCH-XBT 25'
Leads MAX200 Hand Torch XT 50' CTRSC
Leads MAX200 Hand Torch XT 50' PS End
Box:Torch Leads Ext
Screws
1
1
1
1
2 pair
8
125 ft
028719
*029866
029593
029867
001313
075365
PAC200T/E Torch Leads Ext 150'
Leads SA:PAC200T/E Torch-XBT 25'
Leads MAX200 Hand Torch XT 50' CTRSC
Leads SA:PAC200T/E XBT-PS 25'
Box:Torch Leads Ext
Screws
1
1
2
1
3 pair
8
150 ft
* See page 4-83 for detail.
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Trigger Torch 25 – Foot Lead Assembly (Torch to Extension Box)
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Part
Number
Description
029866
024376
024379
023714
023716
023717
047203
005094
024197
015036
015049
015208
074067
046065
Leads SA:PAC200T/E Torch-Ext. Box 25'
Hose:200T/E Cap Sensor Torch/Box
Hose Assy:3/16 Red LH'A' 25'1"
Cable: 200T/E Water Cooled Blue
Cable: 200T/E Water Cooled Red
Cable: 200T/E Shield Gas Torch/Box
Cable, 16-1 Pair
Push Button Switch: Torch
Sheath: MAX200 Hand Torch Leads 25'
UN: Right Hand 'A' Male Brass
UN: AC'A' Male Brass
Adapter: #5 Male X #5 Male Brass
Term 22-18 .25 Male QC Insul
Tube 9/16 ID X .03 WL Nat Tef
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
3
.333 ft
1
9
Grey
13
2
3
4
10
Red
Blue w/Green
11
Red w/Red
Grey
8
5
9
6
12
7
Figure 4-39
MAX200 Service Manual
#029866 – Leads SA:PAC200T/E Torch to Extension Box – 25'
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Appendix A
TORCH COOLANT MATERIAL SAFETY
DATA SHEETS
In this section:
Torch Coolant Requirements .......................................................................................................................................................................2
Material Safety Safety Data – Hypertherm Torch Coolant .....................................................................................................4 Sheets
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APPENDIX A
Torch Coolant Requirements
The power supply is shipped without any coolant in the tank. A standard mixture of propylene glycol (30%), deionized
water (69.5%) and .5% benzotriazole is recommended. This mixture resists freezing to +10° F (-12° C) and contains a
corrosion inhibitor (benzotriazole) to protect copper surfaces in the coolant loop. This mixture is available in one-gallon
containers by ordering 028872. 100% propylene glycol is available by ordering 028873.
For operating temperatures colder than the temperature stated above, the percentage of propylene glycol must be
increased. Refer to graph below. Failure to do so could result in a cracked torch head, hoses, or other damage to the
torch coolant system due to the coolant freezing.
Observe the warning and cautions below. Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheets in this Appendix for
data on safety, handling, and storage of propylene glycol and benzotriazole.
WARNING
Propylene glycol and benzotriazole are irritating to skin and eyes, and harmful or fatal if
swallowed. Upon contact, flush skin or eyes with water. If swallowed, drink water and call a
physician immediately. Do not induce vomiting.
Caution:
Always use propylene glycol in the coolant mixture. Do not use anti-freeze in place
of propylene glycol. Anti-freeze contains corrosion inhibitors that will damage the
torch coolant system.
Always use purified water in the coolant mixture in order to prevent corrosion in the
torch coolant system. The hardness of purified water should be between .206 and
8.5 ppm. If using a conductivity meter to measure water purity, the recommended
level is between .5 and 18 µSiemens/cm at 77° F (25° C).
Temperature ° F
32 °F (0 °C)
°C
°F
4
40
-1
30
-7
20
-12
10
-18
0
-23
-10
-29
-20
-34
-30
-40
-40
-46
-50
-51
-60
-57
-70
10 °F (-12 °C)
(mixture resists
freezing to this
temperature)
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Propylene Glycol (%)
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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
SECTION 1 – CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION
PRODUCT NAME
Hypertherm Torch Coolant
Latest Revision
Date
09-02-2004
ISSUE DATE
EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS
03-10-2005
DISTRIBUTOR:
Product Information:
(603) 643-3441
Hypertherm, Inc.
Etna Road
Hanover, N.H. 03755
SECTION 2 – COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
Hazardous
Component
CAS No.
% by wt.
EXPOSURE LIMITS
OSHA PEL
ACGIH TLV
R Phrases
Benzotriazole
95-14-7
<1,0
N.E.
N.E.
R22,36/37/38
Propylene Glycol
57-55-6
<50,0
N.E.
N.E.
R36/37/38
SECTION 3 – HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
Emergency
Overview
Causes eye irritation.
May be harmful if swallowed.
May cause skin irritation
Potential Health Effects
Ingestion ................................................
Oral LD 50 (rat) as reported for 100% Benzotriazole is 560 mg./Kg.
Inhalation ..............................................
Mists are harmful.
eye contact ............................................
Causes eye irritation.
skin contact ..........................................
Can cause skin irritaion.
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SECTION 4 – FIRST AID MEASURES
Ingestion
Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Give several glasses of water. If
vomiting is not spontaneous, induce vomiting. Keep airway clear. Get medical attention.
Inhalation
If affected, remove from exposure. Restore breathing. Keep warm and quiet. Get medical
attention.
Eye Contact
Immediately flush eye with cool running water. Remove contact lenses if applicable. Continue
flushing with water for at least 15 minutes. Get immediate medical attention.
Skin Contact
Wash with soap and water. If irritation develops or persists, get medical attention.
Note to Physician Treatment based on judgment of the physician in response to reactions of the patient.
SECTION 5 – FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
Flash Point / Method
None to boiling.
Flammable
limits
Extinguishing media
Product is an aqueous solution. Use Carbon Dioxide, Dry Chemical, Foam.
special fire fighting
procedures
Full protective equipment including self-contained breathing apparatus should
be used. During emergency conditions overexposure to decomposition
products may cause a health hazard. Symptoms may not be immediately
apparent. Get medical attention.
Fire and explosion hazards
Water base solution.
Not Established
SECTION 6 – ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Response to
spills
Small spills: Mop up residues and place in a covered waste disposal container.
Large spills: Dike or dam spill. Pump to containers or soak up on inert absorbent. Place in
covered waste dissposal container.
SECTION 7 – HANDLING AND STORAGE
Handling
precautions
Keep container in upright position. Avoid breathing or creating airborne mists. Avoid contact
with skin eyes, and clothing. Avoid inhalation of vapor or mists. DO NOT TAKE
INTERNALLY. Clean up spills immediately.
Storage
precautions
Store in a cool dry place. Keep from freezing. Keep containers tightly closed when not in use.
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Hypertherm Torch Coolant
SECTION 8 – EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION
Hygienic practices
Normal procedures for good hygiene.
Engineering controls
Good general ventilation. Eye wash station in immediate area of use.
M.E.L./O.E.S
Nil.
U.K HSE EH:40
Not listed
Personal protective equipment
X
X
X
Respirator
goggles / face shield
APRON
Gloves
Boots
If exposed to mists.
Recommended
Recommended; PVC, Neoprene or Nitrile acceptable
SECTION 9 – PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance
ODOR
pH of Concentrate
Specific gravity
solubility in water
Clear Pink/Red Liquid
None
5,5-7,0
1,0
Complete
Boiling point
freezing point
vapor pressure
vapor density
evaporation rate
100EC
Not established
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not determined
SECTION 10 – STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Chemical Stability
Stable
Conditions to avoid
X
Unstable
None
Incompatibility
None Known
Hazardous products of
decomposition
BY FIRE: Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide Nitrogen Oxides
Polymerization
Will not occur
Conditions to avoid
X
May occur
Not applicable
SECTION 11 – TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Carcinogenicity
X
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A KNOWN OR SUSPECTED CARCINOGEN
THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT CONTAIN ANY KNOWN OR ANTICIPATED CARCINOGENS ACCORDING
TO THE CRITERIA OF THE NTP ANNUAL REPORT ON CARCINOGENS AND OSHA 29 CFR 1910, Z
Other effects
Acute
Chronic
Not determined
Not determined
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Hypertherm Torch Coolant
SECTION 12 – ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Biodegradability
Considered biodegradable
Not biodegradable
Not established
BOD / COD Value
As reported for 100% Benzotriazole: Bluegill Sunfish (96 hr. Tlm):28mg/l; Minnow
(96hr. Tlm):28mg/l; Trout (96 hr. LC 50): 39mg/l; Algae(96hr. EC 50): 15.4mg/l;
Daphina magna (48 hr. LC 50): 141.6mg/l
Ecotoxicity
SECTION 13 – DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
Waste disposal method
Waste material must be disposed of in accordance with national/local
legislative requirements.
RCRA Classification
Recycle container
Non Hazardous
Yes
X
CODE
2 – HDPE
No
SECTION 14 – TRANSPORT INFORMATION
Hazardous
DOT Classification
Not Hazardous
X
Not applicable
Description
SECTION 15 – REGULATORY INFORMATION
REGULATORY STATUS: Benzotriazole
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Labeling Information
R Phrases
S Phrases
EI NECS No.
EC annex 1 Classification
German WGK
Irritant
R 36/37/38, 22
S 24/25, 26
Not listed
Nil.
—
SECTION 16 – OTHER INFORMATION
NFPA Classification
1
0
0
—
BLUE
RED
YELLOW
WHITE
Health hazard
Flammability
reactivity
Special hazard
Information contained in this MSDS refers only to the specific material designated and does not relate to any process or use
involving other materials. This information is based on data believed to be reliable, and the Product is intended to be used in a
manner that is customary and reasonably foreseeable. Since actual use and handling are beyond our control, no warranty, express or
implied, is made and no liability is assumed by Hypertherm, Inc., in connection with the use of this information.
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Appendix B
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPABILITY (EMC)
In this section:
General .....................................................................................................................................................................a-2
Power Cable .............................................................................................................................................................a-2
Connect Power Cable ...............................................................................................................................................a-2
Power Supply ...................................................................................................................................................a-2
Line Disconnect Switch ....................................................................................................................................a-4
EMI Filter Parts List ..................................................................................................................................................a-5
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APPENDIX B – ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPABILITY (EMC)
General
This appendix will enable a qualified electrician to install the power cable to the EMI filter on 400V CE power
supplies 073200 (without THC) and 073213 (with THC) for machine or hand torch systems.
Power Cable
The power cable is customer supplied. See Power Cable on pages 3-6 in IM-87 or page 3-8 in IM-98 for
recommended cable sizes. Final specification and installation of the power cord should be made by a licensed
electrician and according to applicable national or local codes. See also Mains Supply on page a-2 for further
power (supply) cable shielding recommendations.
Connect power cable
Connect one end of the power cable to the EMI filter first and then connect the other end to the line disconnect
switch.
Power Supply
1. Locate the EMI filter on the top rear of the power supply (see Figure a-1).
EMI Filter
Figure a-1
b-2
Strain Relief
MAX200 Power Supply with EMI Filter – Side View
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APPENDIX B – ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPABILITY (EMC)
2. Unscrew the four filter cover screws and remove cover to access input voltage connections at TB1
(see Figure a-2).
! ATTENTION
80
100
PLASMA
60
TEST
RUN
ZE
RO
20
40
Remplir Le Reservoir Avec
Liquide De Refroidisseur
Hypertherm Nr. 028393
GAS
ZE
RO
20
40
SHIELD
60
100
80
! CAUTION
Fill Coolant Reservoir
with Hypertherm Coolant
Part No. 028393
010177 REVA
-COOLANT TEMP
-COOLANT FLOW
-PLASMA GAS
STATUS
-INTERLOCK
-COOLANT LEVEL
-TRANSFORMER
6 SEC
0
H Y P E RT H E R M
DC ON
0
OFF
POWER
l
010297 REVA
Figure a-2
ON
CAUTION CAUTION
TB1
R
2
AMPS
0
0
3
WARNING
MACHINE DELAY
AVERTISSEMENT
-SHIELD GAS/CAP
Filter
MAX200 Power Supply with EMI Filter Cover Off – Top View
3. Insert the power cable through the strain relief (see Figure a-1).
4. Connect leads L1 to U, L2 to V, and L3 to W terminals of TB1 (see Figure a-3). Ensure that all connections are
tight to avoid excessive heating.
5. Connect the ground lead to terminal marked PE at TB1 (see Figure a-3).
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APPENDIX B – ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPABILITY (EMC)
Figure a-3
Power Cable Connections to TB1
WARNING
As a common safety practice, ALWAYS verify that the line disconnect switch is in the OFF
position before installing, disconnecting or servicing in this area.
Line Disconnect Switch
Connecting the power cable to the line disconnect switch must conform to national or local electrical codes. This
work should be performed only by qualified, licensed personnel. See Power Requirements and Line Disconnect
Switch on page 3-6 in IM-87 and page 3-8 in IM-98.
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APPENDIX B – ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPABILITY (EMC)
EMI Filter Parts List
Item
Part
Number
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
001557
001558
001559
008489
008610
029316
109036
109040
Cover: 200/2000-CE Electronic Filter Enclosure
Enclosure: 200/2000-CE Electronic Filter
Cover: 200/2000-CE Top
Bushing: 1.97 ID X 2.5 Hole Black-Snap
Strain Relief: 1-1/2NPT 1.5ID 2-Screw
TB1 Input-Power SA: 200/2000/4X00/HD
Filter: 60A 440VAC 3PH 2-Stage Electronic
Filter Mounting Bracket for 109036
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
! ATTENTION
80
100
PLASMA
60
RUN
ZE
RO
20
40
Remplir Le Reservoir Avec
Liquide De Refroidisseur
Hypertherm Nr. 028393
GAS
ZE
RO
20
40
SHIELD
60
100
80
! CAUTION
Fill Coolant Reservoir
with Hypertherm Coolant
Part No. 028393
010177 REVA
-COOLANT TEMP
-COOLANT FLOW
STATUS
-INTERLOCK
-SHIELD GAS/CAP
6 SEC
3
0
0
H Y P E RT H E R M
DC ON
0
OFF
POWER
l
010297 REVA
ON
CAUTION CAUTION
5
R
2
AMPS
0
WARNING
MACHINE DELAY
AVERTISSEMENT
-PLASMA GAS
-COOLANT LEVEL
TEST
6 7
-TRANSFORMER
1
4
Figure a-4
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Appendix C
DIAGRAMS
In this section:
Switch Remote (SR) Wiring Diagram........................................................................................................................c-2
Digital Remote (DR) Signal/AC Diagram ..................................................................................................................c-3
Programmable Remote (PR) Signal/AC Diagram .....................................................................................................c-4
Initial Height Sensing (IHS) Wiring Diagram .............................................................................................................c-5
MAX200 Electrical Schematic & Block Diagram (013-2-179) ..........................................................................9 Sheets
Coolant System Schematic/Diagram (029-2-313) .............................................................................................1 Sheet
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c-1
9-99
APPENDIX C
c-2
MAX200 Service Manual
Remote Switch (SR) Wiring Diagram
MAX200 Service Manual
029302
1PC
041187
c-3
APPENDIX C
Digital Remote (DR) Signal/AC Diagram
APPENDIX C
c-4
9-99
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Drwg 13-2-056
Programmable Remote (PR) Signal/AC Diagram
MAX200 Service Manual
041043
UP
15 RECP
FLOW
2
1SOL
A
BROWN
B
2
1
4
E
16 RECP
009041
1
4
3
3
GREEN
14 RECP
BLUE
3
9
8
5
2
4
1
1TB
54
54
c-5
9-99
APPENDIX C
Initial Height Sensing (IHS) Wiring Diagram
4
3
2
1
3 Phase
Power
w/ Ground
D
D
IHS/Sensor Cable
8X2
PS/IHS Cable
1X9
8X1
023859
8X4
023869
Unit 8
Air Hose
IHS
024144
028390
IHS/Sensor Cable
8X3
8X5
023870
Shielded Torch Leads
028546
Positive Lead
023403
OFF Valve
C
C
I/O
Machine Interface Cable
IHS Probe
029334
Unit 6
1X6
Computer
Interface
023334
Torch &
Motor Valve Lead
028548
Customer Supplied
Unit 1
MAX200
Power Supply
200 Amp
W/O THC
073002
073003
073004
073005
073026
B
240-480/60
600/60
208/60
380-415/50
200/50
Workpiece
Remote V/C
Digital or Prog Switch
Unit 5
1X4
5X1
023319
OR
RCC Cable
1X4
Programmable Remote only
5X2
023100
023675
B
OR
W/THC
073020
073021
073022
073023
073024
Remote
V/C
Switch 073001
Digital 073007
Programmable 055004
240-480/60
600/60
208/60
380-415/50
200/50
Unit 15
Remote Current Control
RCC
073193
15X1
2nd MAX200 System
Hold Cable
023340
A
(Optional control w/Machine I/O Cable)
A
MATERIAL
DRAWN BY
BC
DATE
5-9-96
CHECKED BY
DATE
APP. BY
DATE
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UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
THIS DRAWING AND ALL INFORMATION
CONTAINED THEREON IS CONSIDERED
PROPRIETARY AND MAY NOT BE USED
FOR MANUFACTURING OR FABRICATION
PURPOSES WITHOUT PERMISSION
FROM HYPERTHERM, INC.
4
3
2
DESCRIPTION
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
2 PL DECIMAL ±.01
3 PL DECIMAL ±.005
FRACTIONS ±1/64
ANGULAR ±.5∞
ITEM NO.
PART MUST BE FREE OF BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES. BREAK SHARP EDGES IF
NECESSARY WITH CHAMFER OR RADIUS .015.
SCALE
1
V
ELEC/GAS SCHEM: MAX200
DRAWING NO.
013179
N/A
FILE NAME
013-2-179
MODEL
MAX200
013179B1
SHEET
1 OF 9
4
3
2
1
D
D
SHEET
JP6
1 2 3
PL33
2B R/B
1B RED
NC
T2
105
13 RED
102
103
R1
R3
R2
46
3-D3
REC1
PL13
5
44
6
Pilot Arc
1 2 3
PL12
B
283 VDC
ELECTRODE
2 1
NOZZLE
PL26
+
+
POS
WORKPIECE
R1
C5
TB2
AIn
C6
PCB5
I/O
PCB
WHT
RED
BIn
BOut
SHEET
4-C3
A
B
REC26
C2
CS1
++
C3
101
100
C8
C7
PA
BLU
R2
BLU 42
42
T6
Hand Held
Torch
Remote
Plasma
Start
177
178
AOut
60
YEL
YEL
17
16
JP9
1 2 3 4 5 6
PL11
41B
C
SHEET
BLU 43 CR1
RED
BLK
BLU
RED
RED
19
18
104
L2
48B
37
ORN
ORN
T1
48B
5000 VAC
T5
120 VAC
61
2C
CH130 CHOPPER SA
129118
C
C1
P1
RED
2C
PE
21
20
TSW2
2B
39B
R5
R4
2
3
SG1
RED/BLK
2C
T2
2B
176
175
40
WHT 83
F1
F2
L1
2B
500 VAC
39B F4
RED 82
C4
1
480 VAC
2A CH2
2A
R4
124
125
126
4
L1
2A
NEG
R3
C9
0 VAC
41A
BLU
B4
2
2A R/B
1A RED
NC
5
L2
-
45
L1
48A
JP9
1 2 3 4 5 6
PL10
R6
JP6
1 2 3
PL32
3
48A
CH130 CHOPPER SA
129118
R5
1C
BLU
1C
39A
TSW1
BLU
1C
A4
L2
L1
1B
NC
SHLD
RED
BLK
NC
NC
6
1A
1B
14 RED
L2
L3
1A
1B
F3
39A
CH1
NC
SHLD
RED
BLK
NC
NC
L3
C
CON1
1A
15 RED
Customer
Supplied
Disconnect
Box
200 VAC
3-D3
36
NOTE: SEE SHEETS 7 & 8
FOR WIRING DIAGRAMS
OF SUPPLY VOLTAGES- 200
208
380-415
240-480
500
575-600
TB1
L3
L2
L1
PE
14 RED
U
SHEET
F
3-A2
SHEET
5-C4
SHEET
B
6-D3
E
D
SHEET
4-C3
A
A
MATERIAL
DRAWN BY
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DATE
5-9-96
CHECKED BY
DATE
APP. BY
DATE
Box-5010 Hanover, NH 03755-5010 603/643-3441
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
THIS DRAWING AND ALL INFORMATION
CONTAINED THEREON IS CONSIDERED
PROPRIETARY AND MAY NOT BE USED
FOR MANUFACTURING OR FABRICATION
PURPOSES WITHOUT PERMISSION
FROM HYPERTHERM, INC.
4
3
2
DESCRIPTION
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
2 PL DECIMAL ±.01
3 PL DECIMAL ±.005
FRACTIONS ±1/64
ANGULAR ±.5∞
ITEM NO.
PART MUST BE FREE OF BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES. BREAK SHARP EDGES IF
NECESSARY WITH CHAMFER OR RADIUS .015.
SCALE
1
V
ELEC/GAS SCHEM: MAX200
DRAWING NO.
013179
N/A
FILE NAME
013-2-179
MODEL
MAX200
013179B2
SHEET
2 OF 9
4
3
A
H
SHEET
J
SHEET
X1
PL25
1 2
REC25
4-B3
X2
NO COM
NO COM
RED
NO COM
REC23
LT1
6-C4
V4
WHT
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
RED
TWH
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
16
50
51
53
52
54
55
58
59
115
116
179
178
123
122
121
120
80
81
119
118
82
83
72
73
76
77
11
12
D
RED
WHT
9
PL24
1 2
REC24
2
PS3
FS1
13
RED
10
TS2
WHT
WHT
4-D3
15
Remote
Machine
STOP
2
RED
240 VAC
1
99
115 VAC
1
REC22
98
24 VAC
PL23
2
PS1
RED
3
4
PB2
PL22
1
PS2
35
PB1
LS1
34
16
17
2
SHEET
2-B4
YEL
YEL
21
19
RED
ORN
18
20
ORN
RED
3
G
2-D2
TS1
D
1
SHEET
U
SHEET
2
PL1
PL3
6
5
4
1
1
2
3
4
8
7
11 12
16 15
19 20
24 23
27 28
32 31
36 35
34 33
30 29
26 25
21 22
18 17
14 13
10
9
6
5
REC3
REC1
F4
H4
U
MOV1
H2
H3
D8
+1
4-
3
POWER DISTRIBUTION
PCB ASSY: 041534
2
IN
OUT
GND
F3
2
F2
1
3
F1
H1
PCB: 041535
ASSY: 041536
R2
U1
C9
MOV3
J2
R1
C8
R3
CR3
1
C
2
D9
3
J1
LED7
2
RN2A
1
REC1
CR5
3
6
1
3
6
1
4
5
8
+
+
CR6
3
6
1
4
5
8
+
CR8
CR7
3
6
1
4
5
8
+
3
6
1
4
5
8
3
6
1
4
5
8
+
CR10
CR9
3
6
1
4
5
8
+
+
4
5
8
CR2
1
5
4
8
9
12
13
14
1
5
2
6
3
7
4
8
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
LED6
6
RN2E
5
LED5
8
RN2G
7
6
LED4
2
7
7
RN1A
1
10
8
8
11
12
D6
12
U2D
11
9
10
D5
10
U1A
9
15
8
D4
16
7
RN1B
11
REC4
U2C
PL1.4
LED3
4
RN1C
3
U1B
13
6
D3
14
5
RN1D
14
LED2
6
RN1F
5
B
U1C
11
4
D2
12
8
RN1H
U1D
7
9
D1
10
1
REC2
8
7
8
RED/BLK
RED
11 12
15 16
19 20
23 24
27 28
PB1
107
PB2
M2
M4
31 32
35 36
2
1
6
5
10
9
14 13
18 17
M3
M5
M6
M7
22 21
26 25
30 29
34 33
89
88
133
RED
A
RED/BLK
134
RED/BLK
M8
RED
131
29
RED
RED
30
RED/BLK
132
1B
RED
RED/BLK
2B
RED/BLK
REC31
HX1
1A
PL31
RED
2
2A
1
RED/BLK
6
RED
5
RED/BLK
28
27
RED
24
CH2
RED/BLK
23
RED
RED/BLK
25
26
RED/BLK
RED
T2
1
2
CH1
3
106
4
3
WHT
BLK
106
PL21
M1
RED/BLK
107
2
1
4
PL2
PL19
V7
7
4
3
1
RED
REC2
2
B
6-C2
2
RN1G
REC5
SHEET
K
3
RN1E
LED1
C
13
RN2H
6
12
13
14
D7
RN2F
9
CR1
MOV2
15
16
RN2B
023354
CR4
U2A
L
SHEET
M
SHEET
5-C4
A
4-B4
MATERIAL
B
DRAWN BY
BC
DATE
5-9-96
CHECKED BY
DATE
APP. BY
DATE
SHEET
2-B2
Box-5010 Hanover, NH 03755-5010 603/643-3441
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
THIS DRAWING AND ALL INFORMATION
CONTAINED THEREON IS CONSIDERED
PROPRIETARY AND MAY NOT BE USED
FOR MANUFACTURING OR FABRICATION
PURPOSES WITHOUT PERMISSION
FROM HYPERTHERM, INC.
4
3
2
DESCRIPTION
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
2 PL DECIMAL ±.01
3 PL DECIMAL ±.005
FRACTIONS ±1/64
ANGULAR ±.5∞
ITEM NO.
PART MUST BE FREE OF BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES. BREAK SHARP EDGES IF
NECESSARY WITH CHAMFER OR RADIUS .015.
SCALE
1
V
ELEC/GAS SCHEM: MAX200
DRAWING NO.
013179
N/A
FILE NAME
013-2-179
MODEL
MAX200
013179B3
SHEET
3 OF 9
4
3
2
1
D
D
SHEET
G
RED 68
3-D2
CON1
CH2 Duty
Cycle
1
Shield Gas
Valve
2
CH1 Dury
Cycle
5
6
Pilot Arc
Relay
15
16
120 VAC
Supply
3
4
High Voltage
Transformer
64
65
Interlocked
24 VAC
Contactor
Main
PCB7
Control PCB
DC Power
ON Light
50% Current
Reduction
Machine Motion
Delay Relay
120 VAC
Supply
Machine Motion
Hold
Auto
OFF
Machine Motion
Delay Pot
40A
20A
Step Gas
Valve
10A
Plasma Gas
Valve
COM
IHS Complete
80A
IHS Start
100A
Arc on
200A
REC5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
PL9
6-D4
M
145 WHT
144 VIO
143 BLU
142 GRN
141 YEL
140 ORN
139 RED
RCC Option 023462
PL20
2 1
REC20
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
3-A2
135
136
85
84
86
87
SHEET
PL9
RED
ORN
YEL
GRN
BLU
VIO
WHT
GRY
BRN
BLK
3-D2
H
R9
SHEET
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
PL9
119
118
B
SHEET
131
132
N
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
RED
WHT
RED
RED/BLK
BLU
WHT
YEL
YEL/BLK
WHT
BLU
WHT 138
BLU 137
REC4
13 14 9 10 4 3 11 12 5 6 7 8
PL8
Opitional
Machine Delay
Potentiometer
6-D2
6
15
9
8
4
36
35
SHIELD
BLK
WHT
BLK
GRN
BLK
RED
023675
3
8
7
10
9
15
16
WHT
VIO
BLU
GRN
YEL
ORN
RED
M1 COM
M2 COM
M2-1
M2-2
M2-4
M2-8
M1-1
M1-2
B
M1-COM
M2-COM
M2-1
M2-2
M2-4
M2-8
M1-1
M1-2
Optional
200 Amp
Thumbwheel
Switch
Thumbwheel Option
P
THC Option
SHEET
5-D3
A
156 BLK
162 BLK
161 RED
164 BLK
163 GRN
165 BLK
166 WHT
073045
145 WHT
144 VIO
143 BLU
142 GRN
141 YEL
140 ORN
139 RED
SHEET
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
15X1
Gas
Test/Run
Switch
Plasma
START
R2 Shunt
CH2 Current
15X1
62 RED
CR1
63
5
6 RED/BLK
30
RED/BLK
29
RED
60
RED
61 RED/BLK
8
9
C
13 14 15 16
1X4
PL30
R1 Shunt
CH1 Current
RED
RED/BLK
66
67
PL5
7 8
REC1
V1
70 RED
71 RED/BLK
1X4
RUN
127
RED
RED/BLK 128
Workpiece
Current
Sensor
12
13
14
RED
RED/BLK
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
5 6
69 RED/BLK
PL16
124 RED
125 BLK
126 BLU
WHT 74
TEST RED 75
V9
182 RED
RUN
V3
10
1 2
REC30
1 2 3 4
PL7
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
REC3
S1
V2
37
102
103
104
105
36
D
PL6
2-B1
REC2
SHEET
C
TEST
S1
68 RED
C
2-B2
69 RED/BLK
LT2
72
73
123
122
SHEET
PS4 181 RED/BLK
R
A
MATERIAL
DRAWN BY
BC
DATE
5-9-96
CHECKED BY
DATE
APP. BY
DATE
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UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
THIS DRAWING AND ALL INFORMATION
CONTAINED THEREON IS CONSIDERED
PROPRIETARY AND MAY NOT BE USED
FOR MANUFACTURING OR FABRICATION
PURPOSES WITHOUT PERMISSION
FROM HYPERTHERM, INC.
4
3
2
DESCRIPTION
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
2 PL DECIMAL ±.01
3 PL DECIMAL ±.005
FRACTIONS ±1/64
ANGULAR ±.5∞
ITEM NO.
PART MUST BE FREE OF BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES. BREAK SHARP EDGES IF
NECESSARY WITH CHAMFER OR RADIUS .015.
SCALE
1
V
ELEC/GAS SCHEM: MAX200
DRAWING NO.
013179
N/A
FILE NAME
013-2-179
MODEL
MAX200
013179B4
SHEET
4 OF 9
4
3
2
1
D
D
SHEET
SHEET
T
R
6-C2
RED
ORN
YEL
GRN
BLU
VIO
WHT
GRY
BRN
BLK
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
4-A2
RED
RED/BLK
RED
WHT
RED
RED/BLK
RED
RED/BLK
BLU
WHT
BLU
WHT
SHEET
6-C1
R3 Shunt
CH1+CH2 Current
IHS
Complete
120 VAC
Supply
IHS
Start
Arc ON
Signal
Plasma
START
UP
Relay
GND
SIG
DOWN
Relay
Auto
Height
IHS
Complete
REC1
PCB10
Torch Height Control
PCB
S
PCB9
THC Motherboard PCB
GND
SIG
L
N
10
9
157 BRN
158 BLK
8
7
155 YEL
156 BLK
6
5
SOD
23
24
1
5
10
3
7
12
2
6
11
15
9
14
8
4
13
36
35
31
023319
ORN
BLK
BLU
BLK
BRN
BLK
YEL
BLK
BLK
RED
BLK
GRN
BLK
WHT
5X1
11
12
Plasma Start Relay
2
4
Auto Height
ON=Open
3
15
16
GND
SIG
SID
CR 1
120 VAC
REC4
1
2
149 GRN
150 BLK
3
4
152 RED
151 BLK
2
5
9
1
4
8
14
11
7
153 WHT
154 BLK
1X9
BLK
15
GND
6
RED
9
SIG
3
SID
C
Remote
PCB
14
BLK
8
073001
Voltage/Current
Remote
GND
2
GRN
4
SIG
1
SOD
13
GND
SIG
SOD
073007
055004
023878
Initial Height
ON=Open
1
10
9
Remote V/C
Stop
6
5
8
7
Start
BLK
36
L
N
L
8
WHT
35
N
7
31
120 VAC
5X1
1X4
1X4
5
6
B
165 BLK
166 WHT
2
1
120 VAC
162 BLK
161 RED
164 BLK
163 GRN
4
3
SID
041065 PCB
041186 Assy
041186 SCH
041150 PCB
041294 Assy
041294 SCH
12
11
RED
WHT
24
20
19
29
CR 1
Voltage
Divide
159 BLU
160 BLK
PL16
3-A2
L
3
4
2
1
15
16
10
9
14
13
12
11
8
7
6
5
76
77
REC3
SHEET
175
176
100
101
133
134
82
83
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
I200
I100
Current
I80
Select
I40
I20
I10
Common
PL17
C
REC5
2-B2
PL15
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
REC2
E
PL18
SHEET
GRN
BLK
2
3
RED
BLK
1
4
WHT
BLK
8
023859
Upper Limit Switch
Optional
IHS Complete
120 VAC
Initial
Height
Sensor
9
8X1
B
A
A
MATERIAL
DRAWN BY
BC
DATE
5-9-96
CHECKED BY
DATE
APP. BY
DATE
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UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
THIS DRAWING AND ALL INFORMATION
CONTAINED THEREON IS CONSIDERED
PROPRIETARY AND MAY NOT BE USED
FOR MANUFACTURING OR FABRICATION
PURPOSES WITHOUT PERMISSION
FROM HYPERTHERM, INC.
4
3
2
DESCRIPTION
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
2 PL DECIMAL ±.01
3 PL DECIMAL ±.005
FRACTIONS ±1/64
ANGULAR ±.5∞
ITEM NO.
PART MUST BE FREE OF BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES. BREAK SHARP EDGES IF
NECESSARY WITH CHAMFER OR RADIUS .015.
SCALE
1
V
ELEC/GAS SCHEM: MAX200
DRAWING NO.
013179
N/A
FILE NAME
013-2-179
MODEL
MAX200
013179B5
SHEET
5 OF 9
4
3
2
1
D
D
SHEET
F
34
35
76
77
88
89
SHEET
T
SHEET
5-D2
External
Interlock
24 VAC Aux /STOP
HIGH VOLTAGE
Trandformer
Machine
STOP
Auxilliary
120 VAC
79
78
YEL/BLK
YEL
85
84
5-B4
RED
WHT
C
167 RED
168
RED/BLK
169 RED
170
RED/BLK
171 BLU
172
WHT
173 BLU
174
WHT
1X6
21
22
20
28
33
27
9
15
14
5
1
10
31
36
25
37
32
26
4
8
13
35
30
24
34
29
23
3
7
12
2
6
11
Machine
START
YEL
YEL/BLK
86
87
82
83
WHT
RED
TB4
Machine Motion
ADVVANCED DELAY
Machine
HOLD
WHT
BLU
WHT
RED
77
76
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
RED
RED/BLK
88
89
G1
76
77
G2
34
35
79
79
78
78
60
60
61
61
86
86
87
87
84
84
85
85
80
80
81
81
82
82
82
82
83
83
83
83
G1
G2
G3
G4
TB3
SHEET
S
YEL/BLK
YEL/BLK
YEL
YEL
RED
RED
RED/BLK
RED/BLK
WHT
WHT
BLU
BLU
YEL/BLK
YEL/BLK
YEL
YEL
RED
RED
WHT
WHT
RED
RED
82
RED
RED
WHT
WHT
83
WHT
WHT
C
3-B1
RED
WHT
J
K
81
80
3-D2
80
SHEET
2-B1
83
79
COM
4-A3
S2
81
NO
SHEET
83
82
N
82
4-B3
78
60
60
61
61
SHEET
BLU 135
WHT 136
85
84
87
86
P
Machine Motion
DELAY
Machine
Interface
Cable
023334
77
24 VAC w/STOP
B
Motor
to
Machine HOLD
Power Supply #4
to
Machine HOLD
Power Supply #3
to
Machine HOLD
Power Supply #2
Motor
76
81
Remote STOP
80
82
Remote START
83
86
Machine HOLD
87
VAC 85
Machine Motion DELAY
84
VAC 79
Machine Motion ADVANCED DELAY
78
174
Initial Height
173
172
Auto Height
171
170
DOWN Relay
169
168
UP Relay
167
136
50% CURRENT
135
B
ON=Open
ON=Open
Motor
VAC
OR
Motor
VAC
VDC
Motor
VDC
Motor
OR
ON=Open
A
A
MATERIAL
DRAWN BY
BC
DATE
5-9-96
CHECKED BY
DATE
APP. BY
DATE
Box-5010 Hanover, NH 03755-5010 603/643-3441
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
THIS DRAWING AND ALL INFORMATION
CONTAINED THEREON IS CONSIDERED
PROPRIETARY AND MAY NOT BE USED
FOR MANUFACTURING OR FABRICATION
PURPOSES WITHOUT PERMISSION
FROM HYPERTHERM, INC.
4
3
2
DESCRIPTION
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
2 PL DECIMAL ±.01
3 PL DECIMAL ±.005
FRACTIONS ±1/64
ANGULAR ±.5∞
ITEM NO.
PART MUST BE FREE OF BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES. BREAK SHARP EDGES IF
NECESSARY WITH CHAMFER OR RADIUS .015.
SCALE
1
V
ELEC/GAS SCHEM: MAX200
DRAWING NO.
013179
N/A
FILE NAME
013-2-179
MODEL
MAX200
013179B6
SHEET
6 OF 9
4
3
2
1
D
D
L3
L2
L1
PE
073004 & 073022
208/60
WIRED FOR 208 VAC
208 VAC
3 Phase
60 Hertz
L3
L2
L1
PE
Handle
Handle
Handle
Handle
E-Stop
E-Stop
E-Stop
E-Stop
L2
13
T2
PE
B4
V
2
6
L3
4
L1
C4
1
5
L2
L2
U
T2
PE
L1
240 VAC
575 VAC
240 VAC
L2
LT3
4
L1
U
C4
L1
PE
B4
2
1
0 VAC
200 VAC
T2
200 VAC
208 VAC
BRN
BLK
GRY
BRN
WHT
GRY
BLK
WHT
GRY
BLUE
BLK
VIO
BRN
WHT
5
L2
0 VAC
208 VAC
A4
3
V
T2
240 VAC
415 VAC
C4
1
600 VAC
380 VAC
B
4
L1
220 VAC
400 VAC
B4
6
L3
W
2
LT3
575 VAC
600 VAC
A4
3
0 VAC
L1
F2
F1
14
5
L2
LT3
U
415 VAC
W
F2
C4
A4
3
BRN
1
L1
F2
PE
4
L1
V
0 VAC
380 VAC
400 VAC
6
L3
CON1
F1
LT3
U
B4
2
L2
W
13
5
L2
A4
C
TB1
CON1
F2
3
F1
V
6
L3
073026 & 073024
200/50-60
WIRED FOR 200 VAC
Fuse
TB1
CON1
14
W
TB1
CON1
13
TB1
Fuse
200 VAC
3 Phase
50 OR 60 Hertz
14
Fuse
14
Fuse
C
073003 & 073021
575-600/60
WIRED FOR 600 VAC
600 VAC
3 Phase
60 Hertz
F1
L3
L2
L1
PE
13
073005
220-380-415/50
WIRED FOR 415 VAC
415 VAC
3 Phase
50 Hertz
WHT
L3
L2
L1
PE
T1
T1
T1
B
T1
A
A
MATERIAL
DRAWN BY
DATE
BC
5-9-96
CHECKED BY
DATE
APP. BY
DATE
Box-5010 Hanover, NH 03755-5010 603/643-3441
THIS DRAWING AND ALL INFORMATION
CONTAINED THEREON IS CONSIDERED
PROPRIETARY AND MAY NOT BE USED
FOR MANUFACTURING OR FABRICATION
PURPOSES WITHOUT PERMISSION
FROM HYPERTHERM, INC.
4
3
2
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
DESCRIPTION
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
2 PL DECIMAL ±.01
3 PL DECIMAL ±.005
FRACTIONS ±1/64
ANGULAR ±.5∞
ITEM NO.
PART MUST BE FREE OF BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES. BREAK SHARP EDGES IF
NECESSARY WITH CHAMFER OR RADIUS .015.
SCALE
1
V
ELEC/GAS SCHEM: MAX200
DRAWING NO.
013179
N/A
FILE NAME
013-2-179
MODEL
MAX200
013179B7
SHEET
7 OF 9
4
3
2
1
D
D
480 VAC
3 Phase
60 Hertz
Handle
L3
L2
L1
PE
073002 & 073020
240-480/60
WIRED FOR 480 VAC
500 VAC
3 Phase
50 Hertz
Handle
L3
L2 415 VAC
Phase
L1 3
50 Hertz
PE
073036 & 073039
480-500/50
WIRED FOR 500 VAC
Handle
E-Stop
E-Stop
E-Stop
Fuse
Fuse
Fuse
5
L2
B4
2
L1
4
C4
W
L1
F1
F2
L2
V
D3
3
5
L2
L2
D1
PE
T2
C
C
B
B
A
A
G
G
L3
L1
V
B4
4
L1
U
C4
1
0 VAC
480 VAC
PE
5
L2
A4
B4
2
L2
LT3
4
L1
C4
1
500 VAC
F2
F1
0 VAC
380 VAC
415 VAC
L1
220 VAC
240 VAC
380 VAC
400 VAC
415 VAC
T2
T2
GRY
BLUE
BLK
VIO
BRN
WHT
480 VAC
13 WHT
14 BLK
15 GRY
CON1
3
2
LT3
U
D2
E2
W
6
A4
LT4
1
PE
CON1
6
L3
C
FL1
14
3
LT3
U
A4
TB1
TB1
F1
V
CON1
6
L3
A1
A2
A3
A4
B1
B2
B3
B4
C1
C2
C3
C4
F2
W
A1
A2
A3
A4
B1
B2
B3
B4
C1
C2
C3
C4
13
LB1
TB1
14
C
073200 & 073213
380-415/50 CE
WIRED FOR 415 VAC
13
L3
L2
L1
PE
BLK
GRY
WHT
500 VAC
T1
B
B
T1
T1
A
A
MATERIAL
DRAWN BY
BC
DATE
5-9-96
CHECKED BY
DATE
APP. BY
DATE
Box-5010 Hanover, NH 03755-5010 603/643-3441
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
THIS DRAWING AND ALL INFORMATION
CONTAINED THEREON IS CONSIDERED
PROPRIETARY AND MAY NOT BE USED
FOR MANUFACTURING OR FABRICATION
PURPOSES WITHOUT PERMISSION
FROM HYPERTHERM, INC.
4
3
2
DESCRIPTION
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
2 PL DECIMAL ±.01
3 PL DECIMAL ±.005
FRACTIONS ±1/64
ANGULAR ±.5∞
ITEM NO.
PART MUST BE FREE OF BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES. BREAK SHARP EDGES IF
NECESSARY WITH CHAMFER OR RADIUS .015.
SCALE
1
V
ELEC/GAS SCHEM: MAX200
DRAWING NO.
013179
N/A
FILE NAME
013-2-179
MODEL
MAX200
013179B8
SHEET
8 OF 9
4
3
2
1
V1
CO1
PS1
60psi
V3
PLASMA
GAS
D
V5
D
V9
CO3
PG1
V2
SHIELD
GAS
26psi
PS4
V5
SHIELD
GAS
PS3
4psi
V4
PG2
PLASMA
GAS
CON1
TORCH
CO2
C
V1
C
PS2
70psi
V2
CAP
CAP
NOZZLE
V3
GAS FLOW DIAGRAM
V4
MAX200 TIMING CHART
CON1
B
V9
MAIN CONTACTOR
V1
PLASMA PRE/POST FLOW SOLENOID VALVE
V2
SHIELD GAS SOLENOID
V3
PLASMA STEP GAS SOLENOID VALVE
V4
CAP-ON-SENSE SOLENOID VALVE
V9
PLASMA CHARGING VALVE
PB1
POWER ON SWITCH
PB2
POWER OFF SWITCH
PS3
PLASMA GAS OUTLET PRESSURE SWITCH. N.O. SWITCH
PB1
START
PS3
XFER
PS4
STOP
POST
FLOW
PB2
B
TIMING CHART MAX200
THAT CLOSES WHEN THE PLASMA GAS PRESSURE
EXCEEDS 3 psi
PS4
QUICK CHARGE PRESSURE SWITCH. N.C. SWITCH
THAT OPENS WHEN PLASMA GAS REACHES 26 psi
START
PLASMA START SIGNAL FROM CNC
STOP
PLASMA STOP SIGNAL FROM CNC
XFER
ARC TRANSFER
POST-FLOW
1 SECOND GAS FLOW AT END OF CYCLE
NOTES:
1. IN TEST MODE, V1, V2, AND V3 ARE THE ONLY VALVES THAT ARE
ACTIVE.
2. WHEN V1 BECOMES ACTIVE AFTER START, 10 TO 15 psi WILL BE
REGISTERED AT PG1.
3. THE HV TRANSFORMER IS ACTIVATED 2 SECONDS AFTER THE PLASMA
START SIGNAL. IT WILL STAY ACTIVE FOR 5 SECONDS OR UNTIL THE
ARC TRANSFERS TO THE WORK PIECE, WHICH EVER HAPPENS FIRST.
A
A
MATERIAL
3
BC
DATE
5-9-96
CHECKED BY
DATE
APP. BY
DATE
Box-5010 Hanover, NH 03755-5010 603/643-3441
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
THIS DRAWING AND ALL INFORMATION
CONTAINED THEREON IS CONSIDERED
PROPRIETARY AND MAY NOT BE USED
FOR MANUFACTURING OR FABRICATION
PURPOSES WITHOUT PERMISSION
FROM HYPERTHERM, INC.
GAS SYSTEM DESIGNATOR
4
DRAWN BY
2
DESCRIPTION
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
2 PL DECIMAL ±.01
3 PL DECIMAL ±.005
FRACTIONS ±1/64
ANGULAR ±.5∞
ITEM NO.
PART MUST BE FREE OF BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES. BREAK SHARP EDGES IF
NECESSARY WITH CHAMFER OR RADIUS .015.
SCALE
1
V
ELEC/GAS SCHEM: MAX200
DRAWING NO.
013179
N/A
FILE NAME
013-2-179
MODEL
MAX200
SHEET
013179B9
9 OF 9
RESERVOIR
OVERFLOW
FLOAT SWITCH
FLOW SWITCH
TEMP SWITCH
RELIEF VALVE
CHECK VALVE
PARTICULATE FILTER
ON/OFF
PUMP
HEAT EXCHANGER
CATHODE BLOCK
(INSIDE POWER SUPPLY)
COOLING LEADS
TORCH LEADS
RHF CONSOLE
MAX200
TORCH LEADS
HT2000
MATERIAL
DRAWN BY
CHECKED BY
APP. BY
BMD
MER
WVB
DATE
8-13-90
DATE
10-10-91
DATE
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
THIS DRAWING AND ALL INFORMATION
CONTAINED THEREON IS CONSIDERED
PROPRIETARY AND MAY NOT BE USED
FOR MANUFACTURING OR FABRICATION
PURPOSES WITHOUT PERMISSION
FROM HYPERTHERM, INC.
Box-5010 Hanover, NH 03755-5010 603/643-3441
DESCRIPTION
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
2 PL DECIMAL ±.01
3 PL DECIMAL ±.005
FRACTIONS ±1/64
ANGULAR ±.5∞
ITEM NO.
PART MUST BE FREE OF BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES. BREAK SHARP EDGES IF
NECESSARY WITH CHAMFER OR RADIUS .015.
SCALE
RSVR SA:MAX200/HT2000 PWR SPLY
DRAWING NO.
029313
N/A
FILE NAME
029-2-313
MODEL
029313B4
SHEET
X
Changed
Page
Description of change for revision 15 (date of change - 4/2008)
Revision
Added changes for revisions 14 and 15. Pages moved to the end of the manual.
change pages
i-x
Updated EMC and Warranty information to the latest version. Updated table of contents to reflect changes
for the new revision.
Section 1, 1a,
Updated section 1 and 1a with the latest safety sections. Added the Spanish safety section (1b).
and 1b
4-7
Changed part numbers for items 3, 4, and 24. 005088 to 005151, 005168 to 005187, and 075104 to
075394 respectively.
4-13
Changed part number for item 7 from 008316 to 008945.
4-15
Added a note to "shield gas SA" to see page 4-23. Removed components for "Incoming power TB1 SA"
(029316) and made 02916 item number20. Renumbered item numbers 24 through 26. They are now item
numbers 21 through 23.
4-17 through
4-19
Changed the part number for the chopper SA from 129118 to 129789.
4-23
Added a note to "shield gas SA" to see page 4-15.
4-25
Removed "HF & I/O PCB SA (029312) and item numbers 16 and 17.
4-29
Changed heat exchanger part number from 027136 to 027978. Added part number 128410 (coolant
reservoir upgrade kit), and a note for older systems.
4-30
Changed the part number for the lamp holder from 005088 to 005151.Changed the part number for the
coolant filter from 027137 to 027005. Changed coolant pump SA (029325) to a kit number (128384).
4-29
Corrected the part number for item 14 (from 029618 to 129618)
4-31
Corrected the part number for the torch main body. It was 020584 and changed to 120584.
4-35
Replaced obsolete part numbers for 90° hand torches with 25 foot (073008 to 073189) and 50 foot leads
(073009 to 073190).
4-36
Changed the part number for the 25 foot water cooled cable from 023324 to 023013. Changed the part
number for the 50 foot water cooled cable from 023325 to 023199.
4-44 through
4-48
Changed the part number and description for item number 8 from 046061 (2 inch ID tinned braid) to
046114 (1.5 inch ID tinned braid).
4-51 and 4-53
Changed the part number for item number 4 from 009336 to 009871 (same change for item number 13 on
page 4-53).Changed the part number for item number 26 from 002176 to 002127.
4-57 and 4-69
Changed the part number for "swivel #4" (below item number 12) from 015006 to 015259. Also added ferrule (015140) on page 4-69.
4-63
Removed part number 023098 (10 foot [3m]).
4-65
Removed part numbers 027109 and 046023, and added the part number for the heat shrink that is used
now, 004656.
4-82
Added part number for screws 075365 (qty 8).
Ap-c
Schematics 013179 and 029313 changed from 8.5 x 11" to 11 x 17 fold outs.
Changed
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Description of change for revision 14 (date of change - 2/2000)
3-32
Revised chopper figure to new configuration.
4-1
General correction; PAC200E Gouging.
4-11
Revised item 2A and 2B part numbers.
4-15
Revised item 14 part number.
4-23
Revised item 1 part number.
4-45 and 4-46 Note added about extended leads over 75' causing start problems.
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