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Easy to integrate into automated processes, these inverter power supplies can control the energy for the welding process with almost any kind of required pulse shape. The main voltage is first rectified and then passed through a controlled rectifier inverter and a transformer to provide direct voltage. Feedback results of the primary and secondary voltage and current are provided, thus permitting perfect process control.

In addition to output current, cycle rate is also an important process-determining parameter when selecting an inverter. The higher the cycle rate, the more effectively the device delivers pulses with high edge steepness and optimum control performance.

As output increases, these requirements become less important, allowing lower frequencies to be used.

They also feature high-performance and easy-to-use software to carry out complex control functions.

Our software has been developed with real processes in mind and offers a range of powerful tools:

> Current control
> Voltage control
> Power control
> Limitation of control values
> Creation of controlled advanced pulses
> Part conditioning
> Weld to electrode displacement
> Data recording for process analysis

Last update: Apr/13/2009