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Remote Amperage Controls - Installation and Operation
Remote amperage controls allow for the welding current to adjusted remotely from the welding machine
during welding. Generally there several types of remote amperage control available;
(1) Hand amperage control located in the torch handle allowing the operator to adjust the welding current
by rolling the potentiometer wheel to increase or decrease the amount of amperage desired.
(2) Foot amperage control that is a foot pedal that allows the operator to adjust the welding current by
depressing the pedal to increase the amperage desired and releasing the pedal to decrease.
(3) Box amperage control that is small box housing a potentiometer with a knob that the operator can
adjust the welding current turning the knob to increase or decrease the amount of amperage desired.
on/off
switch
amperage
adjustment
hand amperage
adjustment
Type: SRMS-10 Type: UTJRFC
foot amperage
adjustment
Connection and operation of the remote hand control
(3) Press the switch to activate the machine.
Rotate the amp control potentiometer to
select the desired welding current.
(1) Place the remote selector switch on
the front panel of machine in the remote
position. This bypasses the current
control on the machine giving the current
control to the remote control.
Connection and operation of the remote foot control
(2) Connect the remote control 7 pin
plug from the Tig Torch switch lead to
the 7 pin remote receptacle on the front
panel of the machine.
(3) Set the dial on the foot control to the
desired setting eg - Max = Maximum current
output, 50% = 50% of the maximum current
output of the machine. Depress the foot pedal
to activate the machine, further depressing
the pedal will increase the current level to the
maximum set by the dial on the foot control.
(1) Place the remote selector switch on
the front panel of machine in the remote
position. This bypasses the current
control on the machine giving the current
control to the remote control.
(2) Connect the remote control 7 pin
plug from the Tig Torch switch lead to
the 7 pin remote receptacle on the front
panel of the machine.
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