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Cylinder filled with Argon / CO2 mixture with 200bar pressure reducer.
Sherman DIGITIG 206P AC/DC Inverter welder
DIGITIG 206P AC / DC INVERTER WELDING MACHINE
| Brand: SHERMAN | Welding methods: TIG AC / DC, MMA | Power supply: 230V | Welding current: 200A | Efficiency: 40% |
COMPLETE SET INCLUDES:
- Sherman 206P AC / DC welder
- Welding holder T-26 / 4m
- Mass cable - 3m
- Consumable parts in the toolbox
- User manual
The DIGITIG 206P AC / DC inverter welder is used for manual direct and alternating current welding of structural steels with coated electrodes (MMA method) and quality steels and non-ferrous metals with a non-consumable electrode in an inert gas shield ( TIG method ).
The design uses the latest achievements in PWM technology (pulse width modulation) and IGBT modules (bipolar transistors with an insulated gate), which resulted in the welding machine being small in size and low weight.
- MMA - welding with a coated electrode
- PWM - pulse width modulation
- IGBT - Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor
- TIG - welding with a tungsten electrode in an argon shield
It is a device designed and manufactured with field operation in mind. Small, light and versatile. Perfect for welding stainless and acid-resistant steels and aluminum.
The device is also equipped with intelligent overload , overvoltage and thermal protections . This leads to a self-protection of the device and extends its service life .
The basis for the construction of the electric energy conversion system of the welding machine are electronic systems made in the IGBT technology, enabling operation in the frequency range above 200 kHz.
The welder is equipped with a supply voltage compensation system, which enables their operation with voltage fluctuations in the supply network up to 10%.
LEVEL OF SECURITY
The IP defines the degree to which the device is resistant to solid and water contamination. IP21S means that the device is suitable for operation in confined spaces and is not suitable for use in the rain.
The application class means that the device is adapted to be used in places with an increased risk of electric shock.
The duty cycle is based on a 10-minute period. Duty cycle of 40% means that after 4 minutes of operation of the device, a 4-minute break is required. Duty cycle of 100% means that the device can work continuously without interruption.
The SHERMAN DIGITIG 206P AC / DC device enables welding with a coated electrode.
ARC FORCE (MMA) FUNCTION
It allows you to adjust the dynamics of the welding arc. Shortening the arc length is accompanied by an increase in the welding current, which stabilizes the arc.
Decreasing the value results in a softer arc and a smaller fusion depth. With a high value of the ARC FORCE function, it is possible to weld with the minimum arc length and high electrode melting speed.
TIG AC / DC
Enables TIG welding with alternating current. It is required for welding aluminum and its alloys. MMA - a function that enables MMA welding, i.e. welding with a coated electrode. This increases the possibilities and versatility of the device
HF - NON-CONTACT ARC IGNITION
The SHERMAN DIGITIG 206P AC / DC device is equipped with an ionizer enabling contactless arc ignition.
The function affects the shape of the weld and the focus of the arc. Pulse welding also reduces the amount of heat supplied to the material and is used when welding thin materials.
GAS PREFLOW TIME.
The time from pressing the button in the handle of the handle and opening the gas valve until the arc is struck. Typically, it should be longer than 0.5 seconds to supply shielding gas to the exit of the torch nozzle to shield the welding start and the tungsten electrode.
GAS FLOW TIME
The time from extinguishing the arc to closing the gas valve to shield the solidifying weld pool from air and to cool the tungsten electrode. Too short a post-flow time may result in oxidation of the weld. When welding in TIG AC mode (alternating current), this time should be longer.
The time taken for the welding current to rise from the starting current to the set welding current value.
Time for the downslope of the welding current from the set value to zero or the value of the crater current.
Current used in some welding modes when the arc is not quenched immediately after the welding current downslope. It allows you to fill the crater and the end of the weld.
The frequency with which the current pulse value changes between the welding current and the base current.
Useful when welding aluminum. The higher the frequency, the better the quality of the weld and the better the focus of the arc
The ratio of the duration of the positive phase to the negative phase. Decreasing the balance introduces more heat into the material, resulting in a narrower weld and deeper penetration, while reducing the heat load on the tungsten electrode.
Increasing the balance introduces less heat into the material, resulting in better cleaning, a wide weld and shallower fusion, however, significantly stresses the tungsten electrode.
Pulse welding is a type of TIG spot welding that enables the welding of thin elements thanks to very low heat emission in the joining zone. It consists in cyclic short-term ignition and extinction of the arc.
2T / 4T OPERATING MODE
2T - Double-action mode - pressing the button in the handle of the handle turns on the ionizer and ignites the arc. Welding is carried out with the button pressed.
4T - Quadruple mode - pressing the button in the handle of the handle will turn on the ionizer and ignition of the arc, then release the button and start welding with the released button. Pressing the button again will stop welding.
In the spot welding mode, the source operation is controlled as in the non-active mode, after the set welding time has elapsed, welding will stop automatically. It enables to obtain small spot welds.
LED indicating that the device is in remote control mode. The LED will light up automatically when you insert the remote control plug into the socket.
ALARM LED - PROTECTION AGAINST OVERHEATING
The device is equipped with an automatic thermal switch that cuts off the welding current when the device gets too hot.
The error code "E00" also appears in the display. In this case, do not turn off the welder or disconnect it from the power supply. When the correct temperature is reached, the circuit breaker will reset automatically.
- Supply voltage: AC 230V 50Hz
- Maximum power consumption MMA: 6.6 kVA, TIG: 4.2 kVA
- Rated welding current / MMA duty cycle: 160 A / 40% TIG 200 A / 40%
- Rated no-load voltage: 60V
- Maximum current consumption MMA: 30 A, TIG 30 A
- Network protection: 16 A.
- Weight: 14 kg
- Dimensions: 420 x 170 x 350 mm
- Protection degree: IP21S
RANGES OF PARAMETER ADJUSTMENTS
- Gas pre-flow: 0.1 - 10 s
- Gas post-flow: 0.5 - 15 s
- Ramp current: 0 - 10 s
- Downslope: 0 - 15 s
- Initial current: 5 - 160 A.
- Welding current MMA: 10 -160 A TIG: 5-200 A
- Base current: 5 - 200 A.
- Crater current: 5 - 200 A.
- Pulse frequency: 0.2 - 200 Hz
- Pulse Duration: 10 - 90%
- Frequency: AC 20 - 250 Hz
- AC balance: 15 - 85%
- ARC FORCE: 0 - 40 A.
- Spot welding time: 0.5 - 10 s
Catalog number SDIGITIGPACDC200GD Supply voltage [V] AC 230V 50Hz Welding methods TIG AC / DC, MMA IGBT technology Welding current [A] TIG: 200 / MMA: 180 Work cycle [%] 40 Tension in a state without a stitch. [V] 59 Max. current consumption [A] TIG: 36.5 / MMA: 26.8 Max. power consumption [kVA] TIG: 4.2 / MMA: 6.6 Gas pre-flow [s] 0.1-10 Gas flow [s]...