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SubArc Interface

Both SubArc Analog as Digital interface offer reliability, flexibility, and performance with their ability to interface with DC, CC/CV power sources having remote contactor and output control capabilities.

 

Pricing

Base Model
Starting at:

List Price (US$)

Process

  • Submerged Arc Welding (SAW)

Applications

Heavy Industrial Applications
  • Railroad
  • Shipbuilding
  • Heavy Fabrication
  • Pipe Industry
  • Pressure Vessel Manufacturing

Specifications

Type of Input from Welding Power Source

  • Single-phase 24 VAC, 25 A, 50/60 Hz

Welding Power Source Type

  • SubArc Interface Analog: Constant Current (CC), Constant Voltage (CV), AC or DC, with Remote Contactor and Output Control Capabilities.
  • SubArc Interface Digital: Constant Voltage (CV), AC or DC, with Remote Contactor and Output Control Capabilities.

Weld Voltage and Amperage Capacity

  • 0-60 V
  • 0-1500 A

Net Weight

  • 18 lb (8.2 kg)

Special Offers

Product Information


Product Literature (PDF)


SubArc Interface Analog.
A basic, easy-to-understand control box with all needed features. Start and crater parameters are individually adjustable. Only for use with DC Digital power sources.

SubArc Interface Digital.
A full feature control box with Digital read out and memory functions for 15 work points / programs. Start and crater parameters are individual adjustable. CV+C mode allows operator to preset voltage and amperage rather than wire feed speed. Adjustable AC Balance or welding polarity, standard set for two DC modes and 12 best-practice AC balance settings. Suitable for DC as well as AC/DC sources.

Internal terminal strip is able to integrate with positioners, side beams, turning rolls and other peripheral equipment.

Powerline Financing