23621_Lincoln Vantage 580 (Fact Sheet)

23621_Lincoln Vantage 580 (Fact Sheet)
ENGINE-DRIVEN WELDERS
Vantage® 580
Powerful. Dependable. Safer.
If you are looking for a rugged, reliable and capable welder for a demanding mining
or construction site, a dependable hire fleet or for a quick turnaround repair job, the
Vantage® 580 has all the power you need and the safety features modern standards
demand. New standard features include a battery isolator switch for safer
maintenance procedures and a engine stop button to quickly shut the Vantage® 580
down in the event of an emergency.
Simple controls and Chopper Technology® deliver the low maintenance, long service
life, easy operation and great arc performance every owner demands in these
environments.
This multi-process powerhouse features 500 amps at 100%, or 525 amps at 60%
duty cycle, tested at temperatures up to 40°C. Plenty of AC 240V & 415V auxiliary
power – this unit delivers 20,000 watts.
You can depend on legendary engine reliability from Perkins® and superior Lincoln
arc performance.
Processes
• Digital Volt/Amp meters
Stick, TIG, MIG, Flux-cored, Gouging
- Built-in preset function makes it easy to precisely set your procedures.
• Arc gouging
Description
- Arc gouging with up to 13mm carbons.
DC 20
- New carbon arc gouging waveform delivers improved gouging
performance including VRD
• Full instrumentation
Advantage Lincoln
- Fuel, oil pressure, engine temperature gauges and hour meter keep
you on top of monitoring engine performance.
• Simple to operate
– Select one of five Process Modes, including CC-Stick, CC-Pipe, CC-Gouging,
Touch-Start™ TIG or CV Wire, and then dial in the desired output.
• Perkins® 404D-22T Turbo diesel engine
- 43 horsepower, liquid-cooled, 4 cylinder Perkins® engine, includes
automatic engine idler for greater fuel economy and reduced noise.
• Optimised CC-Stick mode
- CC-Stick mode is optimised for general purpose and E7018 low hydrogen
electrodes.
• VRD Device
- Produces a soft, buttery arc or a more forceful, digging arc to suit your
requirements.
- Factory-fitted, built-in voltage reduction device (VRD) offers additional
protection for the operator. The VRD operates in the CC mode reducing
the OCV to a safer <20 volts, increasing operator safety when welding
is performed in environments with increased hazard of electric shock.
• Touch-Start™ DC TIG welding
• Stainless steel enclosure
- Provides easy arc starting that avoids tungsten contamination and the use of
high frequency.
- Standard stainless steel roof, side panels and engine access door
deliver added protection and durability.
• 20kVA of auxiliary power
• Lincoln Electric’s 3-year, parts and labour warranty
- Able to power up to three inverter power sources to give you up to four
stick electrode welding arcs for higher productivity. 240V and 415V IP66
rated outlets.
Order
• Arc control adjustment
K2963-1 Vantage® 580
Technical Specifications
Model
Output Range
K2963-1
Continuous Control
30-580 Amps
CC/CV Range
15 - 200 Amps
Touch Start™ TIG Range
CV Output
AC Aux Power*
Rated Output*
Engine Model
14-40 volts
20kW
Receptacles
2 x 240V, 15A
1 x 415V, 32A
500A, 40V @ 100%
525A, 39V @ 60%
20-250A DC TIG
Perkins ®
404D-22T
Turbo liquid cooled
disel engine
No of
Cylinders
HP &
Speed (rpm)
Weight
Kg
Dimensions
H x W x D mm
4
43 @ 1850
586
913 x 642 x
1524
*Suitable for powering 50/60 Hz equipment
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A CLOSER LOOK
PERFORMANCE
Arc Performance
• 5 00 amps @100% duty cycle and capable of 525 amps at 60% duty
cycle with all the benefits of Chopper Technology®. All ratings are at
temperatures of 40°C.
• S
tandard Touch-Start™ DC TIG welding, not scratch start, for easy
arc starting that avoids tungsten contamination and the use of highfrequency equipment.
•Excellent CV wire welding with cored-wire and MIG (CO and mixed
gas). 2.4mm E70T-6 up to 260 IPM, 27V. Includes reduced OCV >20
volts for improved safety with across-the-arc feeders.
WHAT IS CHOPPER TECHNOLOGY®?
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WHAT IS TOUCH-START™ TIG?
Touch-StartTM TIG uses a very low voltage to sense when the tip of the
tungsten electrode is touched to the work piece. When this occurs, a
complete circuit is established. When the tungsten is then raised from
the work piece, the circuit senses a change in voltage and initiates the
appropriate welding current and voltage to support the TIG welding process.
Patented and award-winning Lincoln
Chopper Technology® delivers
superior DC arc welding performance for general purpose stick, Downhill
Pipe, DC TIG, MIG, cored-wire and arc gouging.
Enjoy the added benefits of Lincoln’s Touch-StartTM TIG when DC TIG
welding. Not only do you avoid tungsten contamination when arc starting,
but you also don’t need extra high frequency equipment.
Benefits of Chopper Technology® include:
- Easy arc starting
- Smooth arc action
- Low spatter levels
- Excellent bead appearance
WHAT IS VRD?
• Arc Gouging with up to 13mm carbons, Arc gouging mode is optimised
to deliver a more powerful gouging arc, including VRD functions.
• V
RD (Voltage Reduction Device) reduces OCV (open circuit voltage) in
CC-stick welding mode for added safety.
•CC-Stick mode is optimised for general purpose stick using E7018
low hydrogen electrode.
• B
uilt-in “hot” start for easier starts and restrikes which minimises the
electrode “sticking” to the work.
The VRD (Voltage Reduction Device) provides additional safety in the
CC-Stick weld mode, especially when working in an environment with a
higher risk of electrical shock such as wet areas and hot, humid sweaty
conditions. The VRD reduces the OCV (open circuit voltage) at the welding
output terminals to less than 32 volts DC when not welding.
Indicator lights monitor the voltage: green for less than 32 volts while
not welding, and either red (greater than 32 volts) or green while welding,
depending on the actual voltage of the arc.
GENERATOR PERFORMANCE
SIMULTANEOUS WELDING & POWER LOADS
• The Vantage® 580 provides added value at the job site by delivering up to
20 kVA of AC auxiliary power for equipment such as a Lincoln Invertec®
PC210 Plasma cutter. Also use for lights, grinders and other common
construction tools. You can simultaneously weld and have access to AC
power – the full 20,000 watts can be delivered while welding at up to 90
amps.
Welding Output
(Amps)
Permissible Power
(Watts)
0
20,000
90A/24V
18,000
• Compare this to the common competitive standard of 4,000 watts. No
expensive options are required to add significant generator capacity.
150A/26V
16,000
200A/30V
12,000
• Two 240V and one 415V receptacles with circuit breaker protection and
IP66 rated.
350A/34V
8,100
500A/40V
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A CLOSER LOOK
FEATURES
QUALITY AND RELIABILITY
• Large 76 litre fuel tank provides run time for an extended day – 9 hours
of welding at 500A / 40V / 100% duty cycle output.
•P
rinted circuit boards are trayed and potted to provide a robust
environmental shield.
• Simple controls – Keep training time to a minimum with the straight
forward control panel of the Vantage® 580. The flip-down control panel
door keeps less frequently used dials out of the way.
•S
imple wire harnessing keeps connections to a minimum for greater
reliability. Lead and harness strain reliefs on all control connections help
ensure trouble-free performance.
• Output at welding terminals controlled by electronic contactor Can be switched to “Weld Terminals On” or to “Remotely Controlled”.
• E ngine protection system includes automatic shutdown for low oil
pressure, high engine temperature or low engine alternator voltage.
• Automated remote control capability – Output control is automatically
switched from the machine to the remote mode when a remote device is
connected. (Standard 6 pin connector).
• Indicator light turns on for low oil pressure or high engine temperature.
A second indicator light turns on if the engine battery charging system
malfunctions.
• 1 4-pin connector for Lincoln wire feeders LF-72, LF-74 and LNTM-8.
Also compatible with the NA-3 Control, LT-7 Tractor, Multi-Weld® 350
and LNTM-25 PRO Dual.
• Circuit breaker protection on the battery ignition system provides added
component protection.
• Engine camshafts are gear driven – no timing belt maintenance.
•S
liding Engine-Access Door - Lockable engine-access door slides open
for easy access in tight spaces.
•C
losed breather system to keep the engine compartment and ground
clean. This system eliminates oil mist from collecting inside the engine
compartment, especially on surfaces that would lower engine cooling
efficiency.
• L ockable battery disconnect switch provides lockout/tagout capability.
•O
il drain valve and tube to direct used engine oil away from base
into pan.
• Self-bleeding engine simplifies startup if your fuel tank runs dry. Manual
fuel line bleeding is usually not necessary.
• T wo Vantage 580 units can be paralleled in the CC-Stick Mode to
increase output.
®
•P
erkins® 404D-22T gear driven engines - no timing belt maintenance.
• 3 -year, Lincoln parts and labour warranty. (Engine is warranted
separately by the manufacturer.)
•S
ound rating - No load 76 dBA @ 7m, Loaded 80 dBA @ 7m
KEY CONTROLS
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1. Run/Stop Switch
2. Start Pushbutton
3. Welding Terminals Control Switch
4. Wire Feeder Voltmeter Polarity Switch
5. Weld Mode Selector Switch
6. Hour Meter
7. Fuel Level Gauge
8. Engine Temperature Gauge
9. Oil Pressure Gauge
10. Engine Protection Light
11. Engine Battery Charging Light
12. Output Control Dial
13. Digital Amps and Volts Output Meters
14. Arc Force & Inductance Pinch Control Dial
15. Circuit Breakers
16. 240 Volts
17. 415 Volts
18. Ground Stud
19. Covered Weld Output Terminals + and 20. 14-Pin Wire Feeder Connector
21. 6-Pin Remote Control Connector
22. Idler Switch
23. RCD
24. 42V/115V Wire Feeder Voltage Switch
25. VRD indicator lights
26. Battery isolator Switch
27. Glow Plug
28. Engine stop
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RECOMMENDED OPTIONS
STICK OPTIONS
Welding Leads
Electrode lead 50mm2 10m c/w twist-lock holder
Order KA1452-8
Work return lead 50mm2 9m c/w work clamp
Order KA1452-7
Pigtail 50mm2 c/w lug & female mechconnector
Order KA1452-1
Electrode lead 70mm2 10m c/w twist-lock holder
Order
KA1452-10
Work return lead 70mm2 9m c/w work clamp
Order KA1452-9
Extention lead 70mm2 10m c/w male & female
mechconnector
Order KA1452-4
Pigtail 70mm2 c/w lug & female mechconnector
Order KA1452-12
Remote Output Control
Permits remote adjustment of output.
Order
K857 8.5m lead & 6 pin plug
K857-1 30m lead and 6 pin plug
TIG OPTIONS
Invertec® V205-T AC/DC
For AC TIG welding with square wave
performance, use the AC generator of the enginedriven welder to supply the power.
Order K1855-3
Powercraft™ PC26G TIG Torch
Air-cooled 200 amp torch (2 piece) equipped with
valve for gas flow control. 7.6m length.
Order PC 26FS-8I-2
Foot Amptrol™
Provides 7.6m of remote output control for TIG
welding. (6 pin plug connection).
Order
K870
Hand Amptrol™
Provides 7.6m of remote current control for TIG
welding. (6 pin plug connection). Velcro straps
secure torch.
OrderK963-3 (one size fits all
TIG Torches)
WIRE FEEDER OPTIONS
LF-72 Wire Feeder
A heavy-duty, semi-automatic wire feeder designed
for CV MIG and FCAW welding.
OrderK2327-7
Medium Welder Trailer
For heavy-duty road, off-road, plant and yard
applications and includes wheeled jack.
Order
K2637-1 Trailer
K2639-1 Mud guard
Spark Arrester Kit
Easily mounts to standard muffler.
LN™-25 PRO Wire Feeder
Order K1847-1
Portable CC/CV unit for flux-cored and MIG welding.
Includes gas solenoid & internal contactor.
OrderK2613-1A1 includes bonus K126 gun
K2613-1A2 includes bonus Magnum®
400 gun
Magnum® 350 Innershield® Gun
(for LN™-25 PRO)
For self-shielded wire with 4.5m cable. For 1.7 2.4mm wire. Now with replacable liner.
Order
K126-12
CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE POLICY
he business of The Lincoln Electric Company® is manufacturing and selling high quality welding equipment, consumables, and cutting equipment. Our challenge is to meet the needs of our customers and to exceed
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their expectations. On occasion, purchasers may ask Lincoln Electric® for advice or information about their use of our products. We respond to our customers based on the best information in our possession at that
time.
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Subject to Change – This information is accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time of printing. Please refer to www.lincolnelectric.com for any updated information.
THE LINCOLN ELECTRIC COMPANY (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD
35 Bryant Street, Padstow, NSW, 2211, Australia • 1300 LINCOLN (AUS) 0800 728 720 (NZ) • www.lincolnelectric.com.au
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