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|Mains voltage||3 x 380V / 400V / 460V|
|Mains voltage tolerance||-10 / +15%|
|Welding current min.||10 A|
|Welding current max.||500 A|
|Welding current / Duty cycle [10min/40°C]||500A / 40%|
|Welding current / Duty cycle [10min/40°C]||420A / 60%|
|Welding current / Duty cycle [10min/40°C]||360A / 100%|
|Open-circuit voltage||65 V|
|Degree of protection||IP23|
/ Steel, CrNi, AlMg, AlSi, Metal Cored, Rutil FCW, Basic FCW, Self-shielded
/ 0.8 – 1.6mm wire diameter
/ Eight different gas mixtures
* Maximum number of characteristics (TransSteel 5000 Pulse), will vary depending on the version.
The new TransSteel 4000 Pulse and TransSteel 5000 Pulse mark the arrival of the pulsed arc in the TransSteel series. Controlled welding in the intermediate arc range together with optimum weldability when working with aluminum are now part of the basic package.
The “Special 4-step mode” is particularly suitable for welding in the higher power range. In special 4-step mode, welding starts at a lower power, which makes the arc easier to stabilize.
The “SynchroPulse” option is recommended for the welding of aluminum alloys when a rippled seam appearance is required. This effect is achieved by modifying the welding power between two operating points.
! SynchroPulse works in Standard Synergic and Pulse Synergic mode – but only on the TransSteel 4000 and 5000 Pulse.
Spot mode enables you to place welding spots at regular intervals. As you have complete flexibility over the pause time between the intervals, spot welding is ideal for the tacking of workpieces. Stitch welding not only produces a rippled seam appearance, the low level of heat input reduces any possible material distortion when working with light gage sheets.
The arc length correction and arc-force dynamic welding parameters can be used to optimize the welding result.
– shorter arc, reduced welding voltage
o neutral arc
+ longer arc, increased welding voltage
– hard, stable arc
o neutral arc
+ soft, low-spatter arc
– Slower droplet detachment force
o neutral droplet detachment force
+ higher droplet detachment force
Easy Documentation records the following welding parameters:
/ Power source ID// Firmware version
/ Serial number// Process (Manual, Standard, Pulse, TIG, MMA)
/ Current / voltage / wire speed in the main process phase
/ Power from instantaneous values “IP” (Instantaneous Power) - energy / time (in the main process phase)
/ Energy from instantaneous values “IE” (Instantaneous Energy) over the entire welding operation
/ Motor current (in the main process phase)
/ Time stamp hh:mm:ss when current starts to flow
/ Welding duration
/ Error no. when welding is terminated
/ Wire speed (metric and imperial)
/ Characteristic number
/ Operating mode (2T, S2T, 4T, S4T, spot welding, stitch welding, SynchroPulse)
/ Signature for each weld seam number
/ Template for .csv file
/ Easy Job number