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Operator's Manual
POWER FEED
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| Issue D ate Sept-15
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25M
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    Operator’s Manual POWER FEED ™ For use with machines having Code Numbers: 12248, 12501 Register your machine: www.lincolnelectric.com/register Authorized Service and Distributor Locator: www.lincolnelectric.com/locator Save for future reference Date Purchased Code: (ex: 10859) Serial: (ex: U1060512345) IM10190-A | Issue D ate Sept-15 ©...

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    SAFETY THANK YOU FOR SELECTING A QUALITY PRODUCT BY KeeP your head out oF the Fumes. DON’T get too close to the arc. Use LINCOLN ELEC TRIC. corrective lenses if necessary to stay a reasonable distance away from the arc. READ and obey the Material Safety Please examine Carton and equiPment For Data Sheet (MSDS) and the warning...

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    American Welding Society, P.O. Box 351040, Miami, Florida 33135 or ELECTRIC AND CSA Standard W117.2-1974. A Free copy of “Arc Welding Safety” MAGNETIC FIELDS MAY booklet E205 is available from the Lincoln Electric Company, 22801 BE DANGEROUS St. Clair Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44117-1199. BE SURE THAT ALL INSTALLATION, OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR PROCEDURES ARE 2.a.

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    SAFETY ELECTRIC SHOCK ARC RAYS CAN BURN. CAN KILL. 3.a. The electrode and work (or ground) circuits are 4.a. Use a shield with the proper filter and cover plates to protect your electrically “hot” when the welder is on. Do eyes from sparks and the rays of the arc when welding or not touch these “hot”...

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    SAFETY WELDING AND CUTTING CYLINDER MAY EXPLODE IF SPARKS CAN CAUSE DAMAGED. FIRE OR EXPLOSION. 7.a. Use only compressed gas cylinders containing the correct shielding gas for the process used 6.a. Remove fire hazards from the welding area. If and properly operating regulators designed for this is not possible, cover them to prevent the welding sparks the gas and pressure used.

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    Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Product Standard for Arc shielding the supply cable of permanently installed welding Welding Equipment. It is for use with other Lincoln Electric equipment, in metallic conduit or equivalent. Shielding should be equipment. It is designed for industrial and professional use.

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS...

  • Page 8: General Description

    POWER FEED™ 25M PRODUCT DESCRIPTION GENERAL DESCRIPTION RECOMMENDED PROCESSES • GMAW (CV, Synergic CV, Pulse, STT™, Power, Pulse on Pulse™, Push-Pull) General Physical Description • FCAW The POWER FEED™ 25M is a premium portable wire feeder for • SMAW use with the Power Wave products. The wire feeder features a 2 •...

  • Page 9: Physical Dimensions

    POWER FEED™ 25M INSTALLATION TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS – POWER FEED™ 25M K2536-7 INPUT VOLTAGE and CURRENT INPUT VOLTAGE ± 10% INPUT AMPERES 40 VDC RATED OUTPUT @ 104°F (40°C) DUTY CYCLE INPUT AMPERES 60% rating 500A GEARING - WIRE FEED SPEED RANGE-WIRE SIZE GMAW FCAW GEARING...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M INSTALLATION SAFETY PRECAUTIONS HIGH FREQUENCY PROTECTION CAUTION WARNING ELECTRIC SHOCK CAN KILL. • Turn the input power OFF at the welding Locate the POWER FEED™ 25M away from radio controlled power source before installation or machinery. The normal operation of the POWER FEED™ 25M changing drive rolls and/or guides.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M INSTALLATION CABLE CONNECTIONS There are two circular connectors on the front of the POWER FEED™ 25M. (See 5-pin and 12-pin Figure A.1) FIGURE A.1 Function Wiring Trigger 5-pin trigger connec- Not used tor for push-only guns. Common Dual Procedure Selection Common CANL...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M INSTALLATION WELD CABLE SIZE To install: 1. Turn the input power off at the welding power source. 2. Connect one end of the center lead to the power source electrode Table A.1 located below are copper cable sizes recommended for different currents connection, and the other end to the wire feeder electrode connec- and duty cycles.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M INSTALLATION SHIELDING GAS CONNECTION WARNING CYLINDER may explode if dam- aged. •Keep cylinder upright and chained to support. • Keep cylinder away from areas where it may be damaged. • Never lift welder with cylinder attached. • Never allow welding electrode to touch cylinder. •...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M INSTALLATION WIRE DRIVE CONFIGURATION 8. Connect the shielding gas hose to the new gun bushing, if (See Figure A-6) required. Changing the Gun Receiver Bushing 9. Rotate the gun bushing until the thumb screw hole aligns with the thumb screw hole in the feed plate. Slide the gun WARNING receiver bushing into the wire drive and verify the thumb screw holes are aligned.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M INSTALLATION REMOTE SENSE LEAD SPECIFICATIONS LOADING SPOOLS OF WIRE WARNING Welding with Multiple Arcs: ( See Figure A.6) • Keep hands, hair, clothing and tools away from rotating equipment. Special care must be taken when more than one arc is welding •...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M INSTALLATION Extras: TYPICAL SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS • Push-Pull ready. Standard Features • Remote control / Foot amptrol ready. Arc Performance • Push-Pull ready for welding aluminum with Pulse and Pulse- • Internal heater for keeping condensation off of the spool of on-Pulse™...

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    OPERATION POWER FEED™ 25M SAFETY PRECAUTIONS GRAPHIC SYMBOLS THAT APPEAR ON THIS MACHINE OR IN THIS MANUAL READ AND UNDERSTAND ENTIRE SECTION BEFORE OPERATING MACHINE. INPUT POWER WARNING • ELECTRIC SHOCK CAN KILL. Unless using COLD FEED feature, when feed- ing with gun trigger, the electrode and drive mechanism are always electri- cally energized and could remain...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION DEFINITION OF WELDING TERMS DUTY CYCLE The POWER FEED™ 25M is rated for 500 amps, 60% duty cycle. NON-SYNERGIC WELDING MODES The duty cycle is based on a 10 minute cycle. • A Non-synergic welding mode requires all welding process vari- For example, when welding at 500 amps, the POWER FEED™...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION CASE FRONT CONTROLS 15. Right Button Changes the Main display to show Start Options or End (SEE FIGURE B.1) Options. 1. Left DISPLAY window 16. Set Knob Shows WIRE FEED SPEED or AMPERAGE. Changes the value on the Main display. 2.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION 9. ON-OFF SWITCH The On-Off Switch turns the wire feeder power on and off. It does not control the power to the welding power source. WARNING ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill. • Turn the input power OFF at the welding power source before installation or changing drive rolls and/or guides.

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    The standard software shipped with the Power Waves encompasses a wide range of common processes and will meet most needs. If a special weld- ing program is desired, contact the local Lincoln Electric sales representative. K2904-5...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION SMAW (STICK) WELDING SMAW is most often used for outdoor construction, pipe welding and general repairs. The wire feeder controls Amperage, Output Control and Arc Force during SMAW welding. During SMAW welding the wire drive remains idle. BASIC OPERATION VOLTS TRIM...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION Three non-synergic welding modes are available. SET-UP, PHYSICAL, NON-SYNERGIC GMAW AND Description Mode Used for: FCAW WELDING GMAW, Standard CV Best for traditional (See Figure B.4) MIG welding. Non-synergic GMAW and FCAW welding mimics the welding GMAW, Power Specialized GMAW mode.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION DISPLAY OPTIONS: Mode 40: Modes 5 and 6: VOLTS 25.3 VOLTS AMPS TRIM AMPS TRIM START OPTIONS USER INTERFACE Operation, Non-Synergic GMAW (MIG) and EFFECT / RANGE DESCRIPTION FCAW (Flux Cored) Welding. Preflow Time Adjusts the time that shielding gas flows after the trigger is pulled and prior to feeding wire.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION GMAW (MIG) SYNERGIC WELDING Synergic welding allows for easy procedure setting. The WFS and Voltage change together to maintain an optimal arc length. During synergic welding, when the WFS (left) knob is rotated, the voltage is adjusted accordingly to maintain a similar arc length. Set-up, Physical FIGURE B.5 K2904-5...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION Display Operation SYNERGIC CV VOLTAGE DISPLAY When the voltage knob is rotated, the display will show an upper Synergic CV programs feature an ideal voltage best suited for or lower bar indicating if the voltage is above or below the ideal most procedures.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION STEEL AND STAINLESS SYNERGIC GMAW-P (PULSED MIG) WELDING Synergic GMAW-P (Pulsed MIG) welding is ideal for low spatter, out of position and reduced heat input applications. During pulse welding, the welding current continuously switches from a low level to a high level and then back again. Each pulse sends a small droplet of molten metal from the wire to the weld puddle.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION SYNERGIC GMAW-P (PULSED MIG) WELDING FIGURE B.8 K2904-5 Power Wave S500 ® K2536-7 POWER FEED ™ KP1696-xx, Drive Roll Kit, 2 Roll Feeder KP1697-xx K4405-xx ArcLink Control Cable ® K1796-xx Coaxial Weld Power Cable, Lug to Lug K910-xx Ground Clamp See Magnum...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION DISPLAY OPERATION 1.06 VOLTS AMPS TRIM Operation, Steel and Stainless GMAW-P (Pulsed MIG) Welding WELD MODE START OPTIONS WIRE SIZE ELECTRODE AND DESCRIPTION 0.030 0.035 0.045 0.052 EFFECT / RANGE Steel(Crisp) Ar(Mix) Adjusts the time that shielding Preflow Time Ar(Mix) Steel(Soft)

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION ALUMINUM SYNERGIC GMAW-P (PULSED MIG)AND FIGURE B.11 GMAW-PP (PULSE ON PULSE) WELDING The POWER FEED™ 25M and Power Wave welding power source combine to readily produce top quality aluminum welds with excellent appearance, little spatter and good bead shape. Push-pull guns are available for consistent feeding when welding a long distance away from the wire feeder.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION ALUMINUM GMAW-P AND GMAW-PP WELDING Set-up, Physical Keep the electrode protected by using a spool cover or a feeder which encloses the spool. Use a heater kit with the feeder if available. If high humidity or condensation is present, store the wire in the original packaging when not welding. FIGURE B.14 K2904-5 Power Wave...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION Display Operation 1.06 VOLTS AMPS TRIM USER INTERFACE Operation, Aluminum GMAW-P (Pulsed MIG) and GMAW-PP (Pulse on Pulse) Welding WELD MODES START OPTIONS WIRE SIZE ELECTRODE AND GAS DESCRIPTION EFFECT / RANGE 0.035 3/64 1/16 ALUMINUM 4043 Adjusts the time that shielding Preflow Time ALUMINUM 4043...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION GTAW (TIG) WELDING The POWER FEED™ / Power Wave system is excellent for ® Touch Start TIG welding. The system supports TIG torches with or without gas control valves. TIG torches with gas control valves connect directly to the gas flow regulator.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION Display Operation GTAW (TIG)WELDING (Figure B.17a) Maximum WARNING Amperage Do not connect a high frequency arc starting kit to the VOLTS Power Feed / Power Wave system. AMPS TRIM FIGURE B.17a USER INTERFACE Operation, GTAW (Touch Start TIG) Welding.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION SETUP MENU FEATURES The Setup Menu gives access to the Setup Configuration. Stored in the setup configuration are user parameters that generally only need to be set at installation. The parameters are grouped as shown in the following table. PARAMETER DEFINITION P.1 through P.99...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION Set-Up MENU USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Name and Description Range Exit Setup Menu This option is used to exit the setup menu. When P.0 is displayed, press the Left Button to exit the setup menu. Wire Feed Speed Units English, Metric This option selects which units to use for displaying wire feed speed.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Range Parameter Name and Description External Switch, Procedure Change Method This option selects how remote procedure selection (A/B) will be made. For some products the Quick Trigger, selected procedure can be changed locally at the user interface by pressing the 'A-Gun-B' button. Other products do not have this button and must use a Cross-switch gun or wire into the procedure select input.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Name and Description Range TIG Gas Control Valve (manual), This option allows control over which gas solenoid actuates while TIG welding. "Valve (manual)" = No MIG solenoid will actuate while TIG welding, gas flow is Feeder Solenoid, manually controlled by an external valve.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION B-23...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Range Parameter Name and Description P.18 Wire Drive Gear Ratio This option selects the Wire Drive Gear Ratio that will be used. The possible selectable values are read from the Wire Drive on startup. For semi-automatic systems, if the feedhead board has dip switches, this option does not appear in the menu.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Range Parameter Name and Description P.28 Display Workpoint as Amps Option False, True This option determines how workpoint is displayed. False = The workpoint is displayed in the format defined in the weld set (default). True = All workpoint values are displayed as an amperage.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Range Parameter Name and Description Positive Electrode P.81 Electrode Polarity Welding, This option allows selection of the electrode voltage sense polarity. Most GMAW welding procedures use Electrode Positive welding. Most GTAW and some inner shield procedures use Electrode Negative welding. Negative Electrode Positive Electrode Welding (default).

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Range Parameter Name and Description P.99 Show Test Modes Most power sources contain weld modes used for calibration and test purposes. By default, the machine does not include test weld modes in the list of weld modes that are available to the operator.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Range Parameter Name and Description P.106 View Ethernet IP Address Used for viewing the IP address of Ethernet compatible equipment. Press the Right Button to read the IP Address. Press the Left Button to back out and exit this option. The IP address cannot be changed using this option.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Range Parameter Name and Description All MSP Options P.504 Mode Select Panel Lock Unlocked Selects between several Mode Select Panel lockout preferences. When a Mode Select Panel selec- tion is locked and an attempt is made to change that parameter, a message will be displayed on the All MSP Options lower display indicating the parameter is locked.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Range Parameter Name and Description P.507 UI Clear All Memories Allows the operator to quickly set all memories to the default weld mode and welding parameters. This parameter can only be accessed using Power Wave Manager software. P.509 UI Master Lockout Locks all user interface controls, preventing the operator from making any changes.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION DUAL PROCEDURE/MEMORY PANEL OPERA- USER MEMORIES TION Recall a memory with memory buttons To recall a user a memory, press one of the six user memory The Dual Procedure/Memory Panel performs three functions: buttons. The memory is recalled when the button is released. Do not hold the button for more than two seconds when recalling a •...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION LIMITS Set Limits: Press 5 Limits allow the welder to adjust the welding procedure only seconds within a defined range. GUN B Each user memory may have a different set of limits. For exam- ple, memory 1 may limit the WFS to 200 through 300 in/min, and memory 2 may limit the WFS to 275 through 310 in/min, while memory 3 may have no WFS limits.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION The memory value must always be less than or equal to the high If the passcode does not equal zero (0000), enter the passcode now. If the passcode has been forgotten, a p.c. computer appli- limit, and greater than or equal to the low limit. cation is required to change the passcode.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION INTERNAL CONTROLS ITEM DESCRIPTION Cold Feed / Gas Purge Switch Wire Drive Pressure Arm Internal Light Switch Internal Heater Switch Spindle Brake Gun Bushing Thumb Screw for securing the welding Gun Socket Head Cap Screw for securing the Gun Bushing B-34...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION COLD FEED/GAS PURGE SWITCH PRESSURE ARM ADJUSTMENT Cold Feed and Gas Purge are combined into COLD FEED/GAS PURGE ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill. ROCKER SWITCH a Rocker switch. • Turn the input power OFF at the welding power source before installation or changing drive To activate Cold Feeding, push and hold the C OLD...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION 2- STEP 4- STEP- TRIGGER OPERATION The 2-Step - 4-Step switch changes the function of the gun trigger. 2-Step trigger operation switches the welding output ON- OFF in direct response to the trigger. 4-Step trigger operation provides 'trigger interlock' capability and gives the ability to con- trol the amount of time spent in the arc start and arc crater steps.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION EXAMPLE 1 - 2 STEP TRIGGER: Simple operation The simplest trigger operation occurs with a 2 Step trigger and the Start, Crater and Burnback functions all set to OFF. (See Figure B.19) For this sequence, PREFLOW: Shielding gas begins to flow immediately when the gun trigger is pulled.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION EXAMPLE 2 - 2 STEP TRIGGER: Improved Arc Start and Arc End. Once the wire touches the work and an arc is established, both Tailoring the arc start and arc end is a common method for the machine output and the wire feed speed ramp to the weld reducing spatter and improving weld quality.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION EXAMPLE 3 - 2 STEP TRIGGER: Customized Arc Start, Crater WELD: and Arc End. Sometimes it is advantageous to set specific arc After upslope, the power source output and the wire feed speed start, crater and arc ending parameters for the ideal weld. Many continue at the weld settings.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION EXAMPLE 4 – 4 STEP TRIGGER: Trigger Interlock The 4 step trigger can be configured as a trigger interlock. Trigger interlock adds to the welder’s comfort when making long welds by allowing the trigger to be released after an initial trig- ger pull.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION UPSLOPE: EXAMPLE 5 - 4 STEP TRIGGER: Manual control of Start and During upslope, the power source output and the wire feed Crater times with Burnback ON. The 4 step trigger sequence speed ramp to the weld settings throughout the start time. The gives the most flexibility when the Start, Crater and Burnback time period of ramping from the start settings to the weld set- functions are active.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M OPERATION REAR CONTROLS: ITEM DESCRIPTION Statis Light Shielding Gas Inlet ArcLink Cable Connector Electrode Cable Cover for Optional Water Line Connector B-42...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M ACCESSORIES FACTORY INSTALLED EQUIPMENT • K3345-1 Gun Adapter. DRIVE ROLL KITS USED • See Parts Pages Includes: 1 remote output control K857-2 Remote Output Control pendant with a 25’ cable. Used most often with SMAW welding. Includes: a complete engineered plastic K2596-2 Plastic Case case.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M ACCESSORIES Includes: 5 pin to 5 pin wire feeder to power source control cable. Cables may be connected end-to- K4405-xx Digital Control Cable end to make a longer cable. Includes: One 300 Amp Ground Ground Clamp K910-1 Clamp.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M ACCESSORIES Includes: 2 hoses with female quick connectors at each end, 2 male connec- K590-6 Water Connection Kit tors for 3/16" ID hose, 2 male connec- tors for 1/4" ID hose, and mounting hardware. K435 Spindle Adapter, for mounting 14 lb. (6.4 Includes: Spindle Adapter made from 2 kg) Innershield Coils on 2 in (51 mm) coil retainers.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION OF THE K590-6 WATER COOLING KIT 4. Remove the module from the case by lifting the front of the ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill. module approximately .25” (6 mm) and then sliding forward. WARNING • Turn the input power OFF at the disconnect switch before working on this equipment.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M ACCESSORIES 8. Secure the module to the case with the screws. 9. Install the fittings to the rear of the case. Plastic Case Aluminum Case 10. Slide the hose clamps on to the hoses. Trim the hoses to length so that they lay flat on the case bottom.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M MAINTENANCE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WARNING ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill. •Do not operate with covers removed. •Turn off power source before installing or servicing. •Do not touch electrically hot parts. • Turn the input power to the welding power source off at the fuse box before working in the terminal strip.

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    HOW TO USE TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE WARNING Service and Repair should only be performed by Lincoln Electric Factory Trained Personnel. Unauthorized repairs per- formed on this equipment may result in danger to the technician and machine operator and will invalidate your factory warranty.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M TROUBLE SHOOTING Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual PROBLEMS RECOMMENDED POSSIBLE (SYMPTOMS) CAUSE COURSE OF ACTION Linc-Net System Error Codes Fault Code Description Possible Adjustments 1. The wire feeder has not received a recog- 1. Verify the power source is operating Err 006 nition command from the power source.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M TROUBLE SHOOTING Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual PROBLEMS POSSIBLE RECOMMENDED (SYMPTOMS) CAUSE COURSE OF ACTION Output Problems The feeder does power up - no display, no 1. The POWER FEED™ 25M power switch is 1.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M TROUBLE SHOOTING Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual PROBLEMS POSSIBLE RECOMMENDED (SYMPTOMS) CAUSE COURSE OF ACTION Output Problems Wire feed speed consistently operates at the 1. The wire feeder gear setting is not prop- 1. Verify the POWER FEED™-15 software wrong value.

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    POWER FEED™ 25M DIAGRAMS...

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    POWER FEED™ 25M DIAGRAMS...

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    Power Feed 25M - 12501...

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    Index of Sub Assemblies - 12501 PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION P-937-A INDEX OF SUB ASSEMBLIES P-937-C CASE FRONT ASSEMBLY P-937-D CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY P-937-E SPINDLE & MAST ASSEMBLY P-937-F WIRE DRIVE ASSEMBLY P-937-G CASE ASSEMBLY Power Feed 25M - 12501...

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    Index of Sub Assemblies - 12501 P-937-A.jpg Power Feed 25M - 12501...

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    CONNECTOR & LEAD ASSEMBLY 9SS8025-96 SELF TAPPING SCREW 9SS17062-10 CABLE CONNECTOR CAP 9SS8025-76 SELF TAPPING SCREW 9SS17062-12 CONNECTOR CAP 9SM17894 WATER INLET/OUTLET COVER 9SS9225-99 SELF TAPPING SCREW 9ST12287-8 CIRCUIT BREAKER 9SS22061-2 SEALING BOOT 9SS18581-2 BOOT Power Feed 25M - 12501...

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    Case Front Assembly P-937-C.jpg Power Feed 25M - 12501...

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    SOLENOID VALVE ASBLY 9SS9262-149 PLAIN WASHER 9ST14370-1 CONDUIT LOCKNUT 9SS26587-10 CONTROL BOX PANEL 9ST9187-13 #10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT 9SM21501-8 CONTROL CABLE ASBLY 9SS31643-2 NYLON LOCKNUT 3/4"""""""""" 9SS23093-1 LED LENS CLEAR 9SS23094-1 RETAINING O RING 9SS18250-942 PLUG & LEAD ASBLY Power Feed 25M - 12501...

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    LOCKWASHER 9SCF000010 #10-24HN 9SM19540-3 VOLTAGE SENSE SELECT PC BD ASBLY 9SS9225-99 SELF TAPPING SCREW 9SS28863 FILTER 9ST9695-1 LOCKWASHER 9SS18858-23 SUPPRESSOR ASSEMBLY 9SS9262-27 PLAIN WASHER 9ST9187-13 #10-24HLN-1817/1-NYLON INSERT 9SM21011-2 CONTROL BOX COVER 9SS9225-99 SELF TAPPING SCREW Power Feed 25M - 12501...

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    Control Box Assembly P-937-D.jpg Power Feed 25M - 12501...

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    SPINDLE MAST 9SM20990-1 SPINDLE SHAFTMACHINING 9SS9225-102 SELF TAPPING SCREW 9ST9860-6 LOCKWASHER 9ST12380-1 BUSHING 9SL10560-2 SPINDLE 9SS17435-3 FRICTION WASHER 9ST12965-2 KEYED WASHER 9ST11862-14 SPRING 9ST14813-A THUMB SCREW 9SS23811 RETAINING COLLAR ASBLY 9SS9225-99 SELF TAPPING SCREW 9ST12380-1 BUSHING Power Feed 25M - 12501...

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    Spindle & Mast Assembly P-937-E.jpg Power Feed 25M - 12501...

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    FEEDPLATE COVER 9SS9225-102 SELF TAPPING SCREW KP2071-3 WIRE GUIDE ASBLY OUTER 2 ROLL 9SS24396 WIRE GUIDE KNOB 9SM18946 E BALL HOUSING 9SS25706-1 SWITCH PANEL 9SS9225-99 SELF TAPPING SCREW 9SS11604-21 SET SCREW 9SS25638 DRIVE HUB ASBLY Power Feed 25M - 12501...

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    NAMEPLATE 9ST10800-71 ROCKER SWITCH 9ST10800-76 MOMENTARY ROCKER SWITCH 9ST10397-3 PLUG BUTTON K3345-1 STANDARD #2-#4 GUN ADAPTER 9ST13858 SCREW & HANDLE ASBLY K4070-1 BUS BAR KIT LN-25/POWER FEED 25M 9SS9262-1 PLAIN WASHER 9SE106A-15 LOCKWASHER 9SCF000027 1/2-13HN 9SCF000021 1/2-13X1.00HHCS 9SS25890-1 DECAL 9SS26310...

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    Wire Drive Assembly P-937-F.jpg Power Feed 25M - 12501...

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    DOOR LOGO DECAL 9ST13086-201 DECAL-CROSSED-OUT WHEELED BIN 9ST10397-6 PLUG BUTTON 9ST10397-19 PLUG BUTTON 9SS26924 GASKET 9ST15088-2 INSULATED FASTENER 9SS9225-102 SELF TAPPING SCREW 9SS18170 HANDLE ASBLY 9SS9262-98 PLAIN WASHER 9SS9262-113 PLAIN WASHER 9SE106A-2 LOCKWASHER 9SCF000013 1/4-20X.625HHCS Power Feed 25M - 12501...

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    Case Assembly P-937-G.jpg Power Feed 25M - 12501...

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    WARNING Do not touch electrically live parts or Keep flammable materials away. Wear eye, ear and body protection. electrode with skin or wet clothing. Insulate yourself from work and AVISO DE ground. Spanish PRECAuCION No toque las partes o los electrodos Mantenga el material combustible Protéjase los ojos, los oídos y el bajo carga con la piel o ropa moja-...

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    WARNING Keep your head out of fumes. Turn power off before servicing. Do not operate with panel open or Use ventilation or exhaust to guards off. remove fumes from breathing zone. AVISO DE Spanish PRECAuCION Los humos fuera de la zona de res- Desconectar el cable de ali- No operar con panel abierto o piración.

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    Lincoln Electric for advice or information about their use of our products. We respond to our customers based on the best information in our possession at that time. Lincoln Electric is not in a position to warrant or guarantee such advice, and assumes no liability, with respect to such information or advice.

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