TransPuls Synergic 9000

  • Output up to 900 A
  • For automated and robot applications

The powerful power sources are based on a tried and tested solution: two digitally controlled TransSynergic 5000s are connected via a high-speed data interface, achieving a combined output of 900 A.

The parallel-connected Duo is designed for high deposition rates, as required in automated and robotic applications.


6 – 900 A
40 % d.c. at 900 A,100 % d.c. at 720 A
72 kg / 158.73 lb

2 x 3 x 400 V~


Process
MIG/MAG
Base metals
  • Aluminium
  • CrNi
  • Special metals
  • Steel

    Fields of use
    • Automobile and component supply industry
    • Industrial plants, pipeline construction, assembly companies
    • Maintenance and repair
    • Manufacture of special vehicles and construction machinery
    • Plant, container and machine construction, steel engineering
    • Rail vehicle construction
    • Shipbuilding / offshore

Overview

Overview

  • Digital welding process control 
    For one-off precision in the welding process, exact reproducibility and outstanding weld properties
  • Earth fault monitor 
    Prevents the welding current from flowing over the earth wire, which would destroy the PE conductor system
  • Energy-saving inverter technology 
    For higher degrees of efficiency, lower weight and smaller dimensions
  • Remote control facility 
    Enables user to intervene in the welding process directly on-site and change parameters
  • Synergic operation 
    For optimum welding parameters. Simply select material and sheet thickness and the stored know-how controls the welding process automatically.
Equipment features

Equipment features

General

  • “S” mark, CE mark as standard
  • Anti-stick function
  • Automatic burn-back correction
  • Automatic cooling unit shutdown
  • Basket spool adapter
  • Burn-back pulse (perfect wire end, optimum re-ignition)
  • Carrying handle
  • Cellulose-compatible
  • Continuous welding current adjustment using TIG welding torch
  • Digital welding process control
  • Earth fault monitor
  • Energy-saving inverter technology
  • Expansion using modules
  • Feeder inching – no gas or current
  • Gas test function
  • Job mode
  • Microprocessor controlled
  • Operating hours counter
  • Overtemperature protection
  • Remote control facility
  • Synergic operation
  • Temperature-controlled fan
  • Wire feeder creep

Operating modes

  • 2-step mode, 4-step mode
  • Manual
  • Spot welding
  • Welding start aluminium (special 4-step mode)

Displays

  • Arc length
  • Final (i.e. “end”) current
  • Hold function Automatically saves the actual values when welding finishes
  • Job number
  • Mains voltage monitor
  • Manual mode
  • Motor current
  • Operating mode
  • Overtemperature
  • Service codes
  • Sheet thickness
  • Welding current
  • Welding current (actual value)
  • Welding current (standard value)
  • Welding voltage
  • Welding voltage (actual value)
  • Welding voltage (standard value)
  • Wire feed speed

Settabel Parameters

  • Arc length correction
  • Burn-back time
  • Droplet detachment correction
  • Dynamic
  • Final (i.e. “end”) current
  • Gas post-flow time
  • Gas pre-flow time
  • Hot start

Options

General

  • Carrying strap
  • Current flow signal
  • Polarity switching
  • PullMig mode
  • Spatter-free ignition
  • SynchroPulse
  • Welding programs from database

Process

Process

  • MIG brazing
  • MIG/MAG high performance welding
  • MIG/MAG pulse
  • TIG DC

Base materials

Recommended ground materials

  • Aluminium
  • CrNi
  • Special metals
  • Steel

Application area/sector

Recommended areas of use

  • Automobile and component supply industry
  • Industrial plants, pipeline construction, assembly companies
  • Maintenance and repair
  • Manufacture of special vehicles and construction machinery
  • Plant, container and machine construction, steel engineering
  • Rail vehicle construction
  • Shipbuilding / offshore
Technology

Technology

Digital Revolution
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Technical Data

2 x 3 x 400 V~Mains voltage
+ 15 % / – 15 %Mains voltage tolerance
50 / 60 HzMains frequency
2 x 35 AMains fuse protection
30,2 kVAPrimary continuous power (kVA)
0,99Cos phi
89%Degree of efficiency
6 – 900 AWelding current range MIG/MAG
40 % d.c. at 900 ADuty cycle at 10 min/40° C (104° F)
100 % d.c. at 720 ADuty cycle at 10 min/40° C (104° F)
70 – 80 VOpen-circuit voltage
14,2 – 44 VWorking voltage MIG/MAG
IP 23Protection
AFType of cooling
FInsulation class
2 x 625/290/480Dimensions l/w/h mm
72Weight kg
CEMarks of conformity
SSafety