NEW Welding Power Supply
OTC-Daihen CO2 / MAG / MIG Inverter (Pulse)
The OTC-Daihen DW300 is a Digital Pulse MIG / MAG / CO2 Inverter Welding Power Supply with a AC Pulse (and Wave Pulse) mode that provides expert input heat control. Need to weld thin plate materials? No problem. Bridge large gaps previously not possible? AC MIG can do it. This feature works by taking advantage of variable polarity to add ratios of Electrode Negative (EN) to the standard Electrode Positive (EP) modes.
The DW300 can be setup for both semi-automatic (manual) use, as well as integrated with our FD, A2, and ALMEGA AX Series Arc Welding Robots.
The DW300 is operated via a simple interface that revolves around a single knob that adjusts the voltage and current (wire speed) and visual buttons. A large LED is used to display settings and weld parameters. The buttons can easly be pushed even while wearing welding gloves.
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AC Wave Pulse MIG
|RATED INPUT VOLTAGE||460 ± 10% (50Hz / 60Hz)|
NUMBER OF PHASES
|RATED INPUT||18kVA (16kW)|
|RATED DUTY CYCLE||80%|
|RATED OUTPUT CURRENT||300A|
|RATED LOAD VOLTAGE||29V|
|OUTPUT CURRENT RANGE||30A ~ 300A|
|OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE||12V ~ 36V|
|MAX NO-LOAD VOLTAGE||81V|
|MAX PROGRAM STORAGE||100 Programs|
|MACHINE DIMENSIONS||11.8” x 27.8” x 23.4”|
|MACHINE WEIGHT||145.5 lbs|
- Designed for both manual and robotic applications.
- Capable of welding very thin materials less than .030” (0.8mm).
- Controllable heat input and penetration to avoid burn-through even when gaps exist.
- Reduces heat input 30~40% at the same wire feed rate as DC MIG processes to minimize distortion.
- Greater gap tolerance makes parameter setting less sensitive.
- Capable of 5 weld processes: AC Wave Pulse MIG, DC Wave Pulse MIG, AC Pulse MIG, DC Pulse MIG, DC Pulse MAG.
- Less welding fumes and cleaner bead appearances for aluminum applications.
- Digital turbo startup function improves arc starting performance.
- 36 pre-optimized pulse wave forms for different wire types and diameters.
- Custom wave forms can also be stored to memory.
- Wave pulse mode offers a TIG-like bead appearance on aluminum.
- Controllable penetration ratios.
- Synchro MIG feature (via taught weaving function for Daihen robots) allows for optimal welding of thin-to-thick material.
- Ability to switch between AC and DC robotic processes on-the-fly for materials that vary in thickness.