DC TIG welder 200A, pulse, inverter, MMA electrode 170A, HF ignition, IGBT | Tokyo 2300
Item number: T1050SIWM

DC TIG welder 200A, pulse, inverter, MMA electrode 170A, HF ignition, IGBT | Tokyo 2300

Item number: T1050SIWM
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VECTOR WELDING welding machine Tokyo 2300

DC TIG 10-200A

high frequency ignition

pulse function

MMA/electrode 10-170A

IGBT

pcs.
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Schweißgerät Tokyo 2300 Set

Article number: T1050SIWM

WELDING DEVICE TOKYO 2300

The light Tokyo 2300 from Vector Welding is a DC TIG welder with >b> 10-200A in TIG mode and 10-170A in MMA (electrode) mode.

Thanks to IGBT the Tokyo 2300 over high pulse power and offers a precise and efficient TIG welding process.

The HF ignition and the necessary control, power and working capacity, allow a wide range of professional welding jobs to be carried out.

Tokyo 2300 PROPERTIES & ADVANTAGES:

  • DC TIG welding: welding of Virtually all metals

  • HF ignition (TIG)

  • Pulse function: bin pulse welding, the welding current alternates between output and peak current at the desired frequency. the longer the intervals, the less energy and heat is supplied to the workpiece

  • 2 cycle/ 4 cycle

  • MMA/STICK/E-HAND: coated electrodes are used - in this process, the electrodes are arc carrier and filler metal in one.

  • modern IGBT (Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor) enables fast and therefore low-loss switching of electrical currents

  • hot start: each time the welding unit is restarted, overcurrent is provided and thus the ignition of the arc is preventedsupported.

  • Thanks to Arc Force, drops of molten material pass more easily from the electrode to the workpiece.

  • Anti-Stick automatically switches off the welding generator if the electrode sticks to the workpiece and has to be removed by hand without damaging the electrode clamp.

  • Overheating protection

  • 9 memory locations

Tokyo 2300 FEATURES:

Tokyo 2300 Schweißgerät Funktionen

Tokyo 2300 TECHNICAL DETAILS:

setting range welding current (TIG mode)
10 -200 A
Setting range welding current (MMA/STICK mode)
10 -170 A
Duty cycle (ED) TIG 40°C
200 A at 18 V 40%
Duty cycle (ED) MMA/STICK 40°C
170 A at 26.8 V 40%
Mains voltage
1 x 230 Volt
Mains frequency
50 - 60 Hz
Protection class
IP23
Dimensions in mm (L x W x H)
320 x 160 x 380
Weight in kg
6.5
Standards
EN60974-1 / IEC60974-1

Tokyo 2300 SYSTEM CONTROL:

1. on/off and superheat display
4. PULSE function7. hotstart/Arc Force/Anti Sick
2. welding mode (MMA/WIG)
5. parameter selection
8. JOB and STORE
3. 2 cycle/4 cycle
6. display display 

Tokyo 2300 Setting details
1. gas flow
5. secondary current9. final current
2. start current
6. pulse duration (%)
10. gas flow
3. current rise7. pulse frequency (Hz)
4. primary current
8. current reduction


Tokyo 2300 TECHNICAL DETAILS:

setting range welding current (TIG mode)
10 -200 A
Setting range welding current (MMA/STICK mode)
10 -170 A
Duty cycle (ED) TIG 40°C
200 A at 18 V 40%
Duty cycle (ED) MMA/STICK 40°C
170 A at 26.8 V 40%
Mains voltage
1 x 230 Volt
Mains frequency
50 - 60 Hz
Protection class
IP23
Dimensions in mm (L x W x H)
320 x 160 x 380
Weight in kg
6.5
Standards
EN60974-1 / IEC60974-1

Tokyo 2300 Scope of delivery:

DC TIG welding machine Tokyo 2300
WIG torch: WP-17 (9 mandrel, 5 pole), 4m
WIG- Set, 14 pieces
electrode pliers (9 mandrel), 3m
ground clamp with ground cable (9 mandrel), 3m
gas connection hose

▶ DISPLAY

TIG Dc Tokyo 2300 welder welding machine vector-welding display

 

1. Power on/off & Overheating indicatior4. Pulse function7. Hotstart/Arc Force/Anti Stick
2. Welding mode (MMA/TIG)5. Parameter selection8. Job & Save
3. 2T/ 4T6. Display

▶ DISPLAY DETAILS (TIG)

TIG DC Tokyo 2300 welder welding machine Welding parameters settings

 

1. Gas flow/Gas lead time6. Pulse width11. AC frequency (50-200HZ)
2. Starting current7. Pulse frequency (HZ)12. AC Balance (10-30%)
3. Current increase8. Current reductionREM=Remote
4. Primary current9. Final current 
5. Secondary current10. Gas follow-up 

▶ TIG SETTING OPTIONS

Following we explain the setting options for TIG welding - setting sequence can be found in DISPLAY DETAILS (TIG). In our example we weld steel sheet with thickness 1,5mm. Please note that welding parameters are always to be adjusted individually to your project.

    1. Set gas lead time (from 0.1 to 10 seconds), we choose 0.4 Sec. Rule of thumb: 0.1 seconds per meter of hose package is a good basic setting.

    2. Starting current: Adjustable between 10 and 200 amps, depending on the main current selected, we choose 30 amps for our example, since we will be welding at 60 amps. This allows us to achieve a "softer" ignition, which is particularly advantageous for thin sheets. CAUTION: These settings are only active in 4T mode.

    3. Current increase: Here we set the speed at which the device changes from the starting current to the main current. The adjustable range depends on the main current. In our case, we choose 0.6 seconds.

    4. Primary (main) current: Relatively welding current, which is adjustable between 10 and 200 amps. In our case, we choose 60 A.

    5. Secondary (base) Current: When we pulse, we can set a second current (lower) here, and our welding current will alternate between the main current and the base current permanently. The proportion can be determined.

    6. Pulse width: is given as a percentage and defines the proportion of the main current, versus the base current.

    7. Pulse frequency (Hz): normally the pulse frequency is in the range up to 10Hz.

    8. Current reduction: Here we define the time interval in which we lower the main current to the final current. We set here again 0.6 seconds, so we prevent the formation of the final crater.

    9. Final current: we choose 30A, the same value as our starting current.

    10. Gas follow-up time: especially important for stainless steel, as we achieve protected cooling of the weld pool on the workpiece. Our tungsten needle is also optimally cooled.

    11. AC Balance: Relevant when welding aluminum with alternating current (AC). Here we control the time ratio between the positive and negative half-wave. The display is shown as a percentage. Decreasing the balance leads to a higher penetration depth, increasing it improves the cleaning effect.

    12. AC Frequency: This sets the frequency of the AC current. Displayed is the frequency in Herz, adjustable between 10 and 200. This mainly allows us to influence the flow behavior of our weld pool. A higher frequency promotes a stable arc, but reduces the power resulting in a tough pool. At a lower frequency, the arc becomes more unstable but has high power, resulting in a thin-flowing bath, which allows us to weld thin sheets and fillet welds faster.

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