ELECTRIC SHOCK CAN KILL!
High voltage danger from power source! Consult a qualified electrician for proper installation
of receptacle. This welder must be grounded while in use to protect the operator from
Do not remove grounding prong or alter the plug in any way. Use only the supplied adapter
between the welder's power cord and the power source receptacle. Make sure the POWER
switch is OFF when connecting your welder's power cord directly to a properly grounded 230
VAC, 60 HZ, Single Phase, 50 Amp input power supply.
1. POWER REQUIREMENT 230V - AC single phase 230V (200-240V) 50/60 HZ fused with a 50
amp time delayed fuse or circuit breaker is required. DO NOT OPERATE THIS UNIT if the
ACTUAL power source voltage is less than 215 volts AC or greater than 240 volts AC.
2. EXTENSION CORD - We do not recommend extension cords because of the voltage drop
they produce. This drop in voltage can affect the performance of the welder. If you need to
use an extension cord, check with a qualified electrician and your local electrical codes for
your specific area.
3. INSTALLING SPOOL GUN - The Quick Draw Spool Gun has three connection points at the
back of the spool gun. See Figure 2. (1) The gas connection is a slide on quick connector. (2)
The weld power connection has a twist lock connector. (3) The trigger connection is the 5-Pin
snap on connector.
Positive (+) Weld Output Connection
Output Voltage Control
Power On Indicator Light
Alarm Indicator Light
Wire Feed Speed Control
Negative (-) Weld Output Connection
Inert Gas Regulator and Gas Hose
Ground Cable and Clamp
Setting Up Equipment
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