Safety - Precautions 4-6
Electrical Diagram 7
Technical Data, Product Information 8
Front Panel Layout 9
Operation - Weld Program Sequence Control 10-14
Installation & Operation for MMA (Stick) Welding 15-16
ARC (Stick) Welding 17-18
Installation & Operation for DC TIG Welding 19
DC HF TIG Welding Standard Operation 20
DC TIG Welding 21-22
DC Pulse TIG Welding 23-24
Set up and operation for AC TIG Welding 25-27
AC TIG Welding -Square Wave 27-30
Remote Controls - Installation and Operation 31
Tungsten Electrode Selection & Preparation 32-33
TIG Torch Parts Breakdown 34-35
Trouble Shooting Guide - TIG Welding 36-37
Trouble Shooting Guide - MMA (Stick) Welding 38
At initial set up and at regular intervals we recommend to check for gas leakage.
Recommended procedure is as follows:
1. Connect the regulator and gas hose assembly and tighten all connectors and clamps.
2. Slowly open the cylinder valve.
3. Set the ow rate on the regulator to approximately 20-30cfh
4. Close the cylinder valve and pay attention to the needle indicator of the contents pressure gauge on the
regulator, if the needle drops away towards zero there is a gas leak.
Sometimes a gas leak can be slow and to identify it will require leaving the gas pressure in the regulator
and line for an extended time period. In this situation it is recommended to open the cylinder valve, set
the ow rate to 20-30cfh, close the cylinder valve and check after a minimum of 15 minutes.
5. If there is a gas loss then check all connectors and clamps for leakage by brushing or spraying
with soapy water, bubbles will appear at the leakage point.
6. Tighten clamps or ttings to eliminate gas leakage.
IMPORTANT! - We strongly recommend that you check for gas leakage prior to
operation of your machine. We recommend that you close the cylinder valve when the
machine is not in use.
JASIC TECHNOLOGIES AMERICA INC , authorised representatives or agents of
JASIC TECHNOLOGIES AMERICA INC will not be liable or responsible
for the loss of any gas.
ATTENTION! - CHECK FOR GAS LEAKS