TPS/i Trial License

DISCOVER THE FULL POWER OF THE TPS/i

What does the Trial License include?

By enabling the Trial License, you have the full functionality of the TPS/i available to you during the trial period. This gives you access to all welding packages and options. If you do not yet know which functions you actually need, you have a period of 50 arc hours to discover which configuration of the TPS/i meets your exact requirements.

The welding packages

Depending on the requirements, the TPS/i can be equipped with different welding packages – from the introductory package to the high-end solution. The welding packages each contain different process characteristics that are perfectly matched to the requirements of the different welding tasks.



STANDARD

The standard package includes the dip transfer arc and spray arc. Easy to handle and suitable for the entire power range of unalloyed, low- and high-alloy materials.


PULSE

The pulse package from Fronius facilitates welding with the pulsed arc. This ensures low spattering as well as a variable working range (thin sheets to thick sheets).


LSC – LOW SPATTER CONTROL

LSC is a MIG/MAG welding process with high arc stability and reduced spattering in the dip transfer arc. In addition, despite the possible stick out change, the penetration stabilizer enables constant penetration in the spray arc. More about LSC


PMC – PULSE MULTI CONTROL

PMC is a modified pulsed arc for MIG/MAG welding. When in use, the penetration and arc length stabilizers included guarantee both higher weld seam quality and higher welding speeds. More about PMC


The software options

The Trial License also gives you access to all TPS/i software options. This means you can edit jobs or access all the data recording functions, among other things.

The Trial License includes the following options:

OPT/I JOBS

The TPS/i allows you to store up to 1000 jobs, i.e., predefined welding parameters for the respective welding task. The OPT/i Jobs software option extends the functionality of SmartManager, a web-based application: the jobs can now be visualized and processed on all end devices.

OPT/I DOCUMENTATION

With OPT/i Documentation, actual values (current, voltage, wire speed) and consumption data (gas, wire, energy) are stored in the TPS/i memory. This allows you to visualize the data via web views.

OPT/I LIMIT MONITORING

This function is used to monitor the limit values of individual welding parameters and thus to detect weld seam errors. Current, voltage, wire speed, welding duration, and heat input into the weld seam are monitored. In addition, if a limit value is exceeded, it can be specified whether a warning or an error message should be issued.

OPT/I GUN TRIGGER

This special function allows the user to make additional settings on the JobMaster welding torch, such as operating mode, SynchroPulse, or gas test.

OPT/I CMT CYCLE STEP

CMT Cycle Step is a variant of the CMT (Cold Metal Transfer) welding process. The special feature is that users can set both the number of individual droplets per welding spot and the pause time between cycles. This allows the highest possible degree of precision and reproducibility, as well as a flawless weld seam appearance.

OPT/I CUSTOM NFC – ISO 14443A

This OPT/i allows you to use your existing NFC system for TPS/i user management. Existing user IDs can thus be reused.

OPT/I WIRE SENSE

WireSense uses the wire electrode as a sensor. This delivers corresponding signals to the robot by precisely scanning the component in advance of performing the weld. For example, edges can be detected and gaps can be determined.

OPT/I OPC-UA

OPC UA is a standardized protocol that is transferred via the data interface of the TPS/i. With this option, a specified amount of TPS/i data is output live at a defined sampling rate or in the event of a change via the OPC UA standard. The data include set values, actual values, and process and system information. In turn, certain process and traceability parameters can be transferred to the TPS/i via OPC UA.

OPT/I MQTT

MQTT is a standardized protocol that is output via the data interface of the TPS/i. With the OPT/i MQTT, TPS/i data (set values, actual values, and process and system information) can be output live at a defined sampling rate or in the event of a change and transmitted to a message broker.

OPT/I SYNERGIC LINES

This software function enables all special characteristics of the respective welding packages. The focus is on characteristics for special filler materials and gas combinations.

Activating the Trial License

Activation is carried out directly on the TPS/i and can be completed in just a few steps. The following is a brief guide for the one-time activation of all welding packages and options.

STEP 1

Under “Settings” you will find the “Trial License” button. Clicking on it will start the activation process.

STEP 2

A quick reference to the available welding packages that are enabled for 50 arc hours with the Trial License.

STEP 3

To take full advantage of the enabled functions, we recommend using the WeldConnect app. Simply scan the QR code and download the app.

STEP 4

A final note: the Trial License can only be activated once per device.

STEP 5

Last step: once this message is confirmed, the Trial License is active.

STEP 6

Done! You now have 50 arc hours to discover the full range of TPS/i services.

The perfect combination: WeldCube Premium and Central User Management trial version

In combination with the TPS/i Trial License, the trial version of our WeldCube Premium central software solution is also available. This tool is a practical data documentation solution with intelligent management, statistics, and analysis functions. In addition, Central User Management can be used without restriction for the trial period. The trial version provides access to a total of 20 connected systems.

The trial version is free and limited to 3 months. For more information, please contact our sales team.

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