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  • Page 1: Power Feed

    Operator’s Manual POWER FEED 10M Single Bench ® For use with machines having Code Numbers: 11377, 11900 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) IM915-A | Issue D ate 12-Feb ©...

  • Page 2

    351040, Miami, Florida 33135 or CSA Standard W117.2-1974. A Free copy of “Arc Welding Safety” booklet E205 is available from the Lincoln Electric Company, 22801 St. Clair Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44117-1199. BE SURE THAT ALL INSTALLATION, OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR PROCEDURES ARE PERFORMED ONLY BY QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS.

  • Page 3: Electric Shock Can Kill

    SAFETY ARC RAYS can burn. ELECTRIC SHOCK can 4.a. Use a shield with the proper filter and cover kill. plates to protect your eyes from sparks and 3.a. The electrode and work (or ground) circuits the rays of the arc when welding or observing are electrically “hot”...

  • Page 4

    SAFETY WELDING and CUTTING CYLINDER may explode SPARKS can if damaged. cause fire or explosion. 7.a. Use only compressed gas cylinders 6.a. Remove fire hazards from the welding area. containing the correct shielding gas for the If this is not possible, cover them to prevent process used and properly operating the welding sparks from starting a fire.

  • Page 5

    SAFETY 5. Toujours porter des lunettes de sécurité dans la zone de PRÉCAUTIONS DE SÛRETÉ soudage. Utiliser des lunettes avec écrans lateraux dans les zones où lʼon pique le laitier. Pour votre propre protection lire et observer toutes les instructions et les précautions de sûreté...

  • Page 6

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

  • Page 7

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Installation........................Section A Technical Specifications....................A-1 Safety Precautions .......................A-2 Location.........................A-2 Mounting ........................A-2 Safety Precautions .......................A-2 Weld Cable Sizing ......................A-2 Weld Cable Connection ....................A-2 Coaxial Weld Cables .....................A-3 Weld Cable Sizes ......................A-3 Changing Electrode Polarity ....................A-4 Negative Electrode Polarity ...................A-4 Cables ..........................A-5 Digital Control Cable ....................A-5 Welding gun/Wire Feeder Trigger Connector ...............A-5...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Operation.........................Section B Aluminum Synergic GMAW-P (Pulsed MIG) and GMAW-PP (Pulse on Pulse) Welding ...B-23 Machine Functionality by Weld Process ............B-24 thru B-29 GTAW (TIG) Welding ....................B-29 Weld Mode Searching ....................B-30 User Memories ......................B-30 6. Optional Dual Procedure/Memory Panel Operation ............B-31 Limit Settings .....................B-31, B-32 Accessories .....................Section C General Options / Accessories...............C-1 Thru C-3...

  • Page 9

    INSTALLATION TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS : POWER FEED ® 10M Single Wire Feeder WIRE DRIVE OR WIRE DRIVE SECTION OF FEEDER SPEC.# TYPE LOW SPEED RATIO HIGH SPEED RATIO Wire Size Wire Size Low Speed Solid Cored High Speed Solid Cored K2230-2 Bench Model 50-800 IPM .025 - 1/16 in.

  • Page 10

    INSTALLATION SAFETY PRECAUTION MOUNTING ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill. Wire Drive Mounting (See Figure A.1) • Only qualified personnel should perform this installation. The wire drive may be mounted by using the four holes on the bottom. Because the feed plate and •...

  • Page 11

    INSTALLATION CAUTION Excessive voltage drops caused by poor work piece connections often result in unsatisfactory welding performance. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ ELECTRODE COAXIAL WELD CABLES Coaxial welding cables are specially designed welding cables for STT™ and pulse welding. Coaxial weld cables feature low inductance, allowing fast changes in the weld current.

  • Page 12: Changing Electrode Polarity Setting

    INSTALLATION CHANGING ELECTRODE POLARITY To change the electrode polarity DIP Switch setting: SETTING WARNING The POWER FEED ® 10M Single Wire Feeder is pre- set at the factory for Electrode Positive welding. (See Figure A.3) • Do not touch electrically live parts or electrodes with your skin or wet NOTE: Changing this DIP Switch does not change the clothing.

  • Page 13

    INSTALLATION Welding Gun/Wire Feeder Trigger Connector CABLES Digital Control Cable, K1543-xx Wire Feeder Amphenol ArcLink/LincNet control cables are special high quality cables for digital communication. The cables are cop- Welding Gun per 5 conductor cable in a SO-type rubber jacket. There is one 20 gauge twisted pair for network com- Trigger Lead munications.

  • Page 14: Wire Drive Systems

    INSTALLATION WIRE DRIVE SYSTEMS CHANGING DRIVE ROLLS AND WIRE GUIDES Drive Roll Kits are designed to feed specific types and wire sizes. The POWER FEED ® 10M Single Wire FIGURE A.4 Feeder does not include these Drive Roll Kits with this Wire Drive, but are available for ordering from the fol- lowing tables: Drive Roll Kits, Steel Wires...

  • Page 15

    INSTALLATION To change the gun bushing: DRIVE ROLL PRESSURE SETTING The POWER FEED ® 10M Single Wire Feeder is facto- 1. Turn off power at the welding power source. ry set with the pressure indicator approximately "2". The best drive roll pressure varies with wire type, wire 2.

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    INSTALLATION WELDING GUNS, TORCHES AND ACCES- 3. Fully insert the gun cable connector end into the gun receiver bushing and gently tighten the thumb SORIES screw as show in Figure A.5a below. GUN RECEIVER BUSHING 4. Connect the gun trigger connector to the trigger The POWER FEED ®...

  • Page 17: Wire Feed Shut Down Circuit, Changing The Gear Ratio

    INSTALLATION WIRE FEED SHUT DOWN CIRCUIT The wire feed shut down circuit is used to stop the wire feed in the event of a fault. The most common use of the circuit is with water cooled guns. A flow sensor is connected to the circuit to protect the weld- ing gun if the water flow is interrupted.

  • Page 18

    A-10 A-10 INSTALLATION WIRE REEL LOADING CLAMPING COLLAR SCREWS Spindle Placement The wire reel stand provides two mounting locations for the spindle. Each mounting location consists of a LOW SPEED tube in the center of the mast and locating slots. SCREW SETTING HIGH SPEED Loading 16 to 44 lb.

  • Page 19

    A-11 A-11 INSTALLATION Using K1504-1 Coil Reel FIGURE A.10 50-60 lb. (22.7 - 27.2 kg) Coil Mounting (See Figure A.10) SPINNER 1. Make sure the spindle of the wire reel stand is in the upper position. COVER PLATE 2. With the coil reel assembly mounted to a 2" (51mm) spindle, loosen the spinner nut and remove the cover plate.

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    A-12 A-12 INSTALLATION Loading 30 lb. (13.6 kg) Readi-Reels Removing a Readi-Reel (See Figure A.11) 1. To remove a Readi-Reel from the an adapter, A K363-P Readi-Reel adapter is required for loading depress the retaining spring with a thumb while these spools on 2"...

  • Page 21

    A-13 A-13 INSTALLATION SHIELDING GAS CONNECTION 6. Before opening the cylinder valve, turn the regulator adjusting knob counterclockwise until the adjusting WARNING spring pressure is released. CYLINDER may explode if damaged. • Keep cylinder upright and chained to a 7. Standing to one side, open the cylinder valve slowly support.

  • Page 22

    • K2203-1 Power Wave ® 455M/STT • K2205-1 Wire Drive Module • K2316-1 Power Feed 10M Dual Boom These configurations will require Dip Switches to be set. See the power source instruction manual on how to disable self configuration. POWER FEED ®...

  • Page 23: Safety Precautions

    OPERATION GRAPHIC SYMBOLS THAT APPEAR ON SAFETY PRECAUTIONS THIS MACHINE OR IN THIS MANUAL Read this entire section of operating instructions before operating the machine. WIRE FEEDER WARNING POSITIVE OUTPUT ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill. • Do not touch electrically live parts or electrodes with your skin or wet NEGATIVE OUTPUT clothing.

  • Page 24

    OPERATION PRODUCT DESCRIPTION PROCESS LIMITATIONS The POWER FEED ® 10M Single Wire Feeder is not General Physical Description suitable for: • SAW The POWER FEED ® 10M Single Wire Feeder is a • GTAW with HF modular wire feeder, consisting of two components - a wire drive and a control box - are available assem- Not all weld modes or processes described in this manual are avail- bled as a bench unit or as a boom system.

  • Page 25

    OPERATION BENCH MODEL FEATURES BASIC POWER FEED 10M Single Wire Feeder WELDING SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ® CV Welding: Pulse Welding or STT Welding: POWER FEED ® 10M SINGLE WIRE FEEDER...

  • Page 26: Front Panel Controls And Connections

    OPERATION FRONT PANEL CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS CASE FRONT CONTROLS FIGURE B.1 ITEM DESCRIPTION Status LED indicates system status. Digital Meter Display is a bright LED display of key welding information. Adjusting Parameter Knobs. MSP4 Panel is used to set the weld mode, adjust the arc, change arc start/end parameters and for set-up information.

  • Page 27

    OPERATION 1. STATUS LED FIGURE B.2 A. WIRE FEED SPEED/AMMETER DISPLAY The status LED indicates system status. Normal operation is a steady green light. Note: During normal power-up, the LED may flash red and/or green as the equipment performs self tests. LED condition Definition Steady green System okay.

  • Page 28

    OPERATION AFTER WELDING B. VOLTS / TRIM DISPLAY Weld Process Volt/Trim Display The voltage/trim meter displays either the voltage or All Processes After welding, the meter holds the actual trim value, depending upon the welding process average arc voltage for 5 seconds. (mode) being used and the status of the wire feeder During this time, the display flashes to and power source.

  • Page 29

    OPERATION • Limit setting for restricting the operators range of OVERVIEW: control. • Lockout to prevent unauthorized changes to The MSP4 is the standard mode select panel for the machine configuration. POWER FEED ® 10M Single Wire Feeder wire feed- ers.

  • Page 30

    MSP4 encoder until the desired weld mode num- application, Weld Manager, was developed for this pur- ber is displayed. As the MSP4 encoder knob is rotat- pose. (Contact Lincoln Electric for more information on ed, only the weld mode number is displayed. After 1 this feature.)

  • Page 31

    OPERATION LIMIT SETTING The MSP4 can be optionally configured to limit the opera- torʼs range of control of any weld parameter (weld WFS, arc control, etc.). Limits are only available with the Dual Procedure/Memory Panel. MACHINE SETUP/USER PREFERENCES The MSP4 can be used to configure and troubleshoot the machine.

  • Page 32

    B-10 B-10 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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    B-11 B-11 OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Definition Exit Setup Menu This setup menu parameter can be used to exit the setup menu. When P.0 is displayed, press the left Mode Select button to exit the setup menu. Wire Feed Speed Units This option selects which units to use for displaying wire feed speed.

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    B-12 B-12 OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Definition Procedure Change Method This option selects how remote procedure selection (A/B) will be made. The selected procedure can be changed locally at the user interface by pressing the 'A-Gun-B' button. The following methods can be used to remotely change the selected procedure: * Use an external switch wired to the procedure select input.

  • Page 35

    B-13 B-13 OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Definition Gun Offset Adjustment This option adjusts the wire feed speed calibration of the pull motor of a push-pull gun. This should only be performed when other possible corrections do not solve any push-pull feeding problems.

  • Page 36

    B-14 B-14 OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Definition P.16 Push-Pull Gun Knob Behavior This option determines how the potentiometer on the Push/Pull torch will behave. Gun Pot Enabled = The welding wire feed speed is always controlled by the potentiometer on the push- pull gun (default).

  • Page 37

    B-15 B-15 OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Definition 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. To manually select a test weld mode, set this option to "Yes".

  • Page 38

    B-16 B-16 OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Definition P.501 Encoder Lockout Locks one or both of the upper knobs (encoders), preventing the operator from changing wire feed speed, amps, volts or trim. The function of each upper knob depends on the selected weld mode. When a costant current weld mode is selected (e.g.

  • Page 39

    B-17 B-17 OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Definition P.506 Set User Interface Passcode Prevents unauthorized changes to the equipment. The default passcode is zero which allows full access. A nonzero passcode will prevent unauthorized: changes to memory limits, saving to memory (if P.502 = Yes), changes to setup parameters (if P.505 = Yes).

  • Page 40

    B-18 B-18 OPERATION 4. COLD FEED / GAS PURGE SWITCH Cold Feed and Gas Purge are combined into a two position momentary toggle switch. To activate Cold Feeding, hold the switch in the UP position. The wire drive will feed electrode but neither the power source nor the gas solenoid will be energized.

  • Page 41

    B-19 B-19 OPERATION 2 STEP TRIGGER OPERATION 3. START & UPSLOPE: As soon as the trigger is (See Figure B.4) pulled, this starts preflow. The Strike arc estab- Sometimes it is advantageous to set specific arc start, lished, Start time, and Upslope parameters are crater and arc ending parameters for the ideal weld.

  • Page 42

    B-20 B-20 OPERATION 4 STEP TRIGGER OPERATION 3. START: The power source welds at the “Start” WFS and voltage until the trigger is released. (See Figure B.5) The 4 step trigger sequence gives the most flexibility 4. UPSLOPE: Once the trigger is released, both the when the Start, Crater and Burnback functions are machine output and the wire feed speed ramp up or active.

  • Page 43

    B-21 B-21 OPERATION PROCESS SETUP AND OPERATION Figure B.6 below shows a list of weld modes common on many Power Wave power sources. This table is found on the inside front panel door of the POWER The Power Feed ® /Power Wave ®...

  • Page 44

    B-22 B-22 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 applica- tions. During pulse welding, the welding current continuously switches from a low level to a high level and then back again.

  • Page 45

    B-23 B-23 OPERATION ALUMINUM SYNERGIC GMAW-P (PULSED FIGURE B.7e MIG)AND GMAW-PP (PULSE ON PULSE) WELDING The POWER FEED ® 10M Single Wire Feeder 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 Frequency Modulation = 10 welding a long distance away from the wire feeder.

  • Page 46

    B-24 B-24 OPERATION MACHINE FUNCTIONALITY BY WELD PROCESS CC-STICK Use the following tables to review how the machine functions (output controls, arc control and weld options) for the weld modes listed in the top table. CC STICK MODES Material PROCESS MODE Steel Stick Soft(7018)

  • Page 47

    B-25 B-25 OPERATION MACHINE FUNCTIONALITY BY WELD PROCESS CV GMAW/FCAW (NON-SYNERGIC) Use the following tables to review how the machine functions (output controls, arc control, Start options and weld options) for the weld modes listed in the top table. OUTPUT CONTROL KNOBS, WELD MODE 40 OUTPUT CONTROL KNOBS, WELD MODE 5 &...

  • Page 48

    B-26 B-26 OPERATION MACHINE FUNCTIONALITY BY WELD PROCESS GMAW (SYNERGIC) Use the following tables to review how the machine functions (output controls, arc control, Start options and weld options) for the weld modes listed in the top table. SYNERGIC CV MODES MATERIAL PROCESS WIRE SIZE...

  • Page 49

    B-27 B-27 OPERATION MACHINE FUNCTIONALITY BY WELD PROCESS PULSE AND PULSE-ON-PULSE (SYNERGIC) Use the following tables to review how the machine functions (output controls, arc control, Start options and weld options) for the weld modes listed in the top table. PULSE AND PULSE-0N-PULSE MODES MATERIAL PROCESS...

  • Page 50

    B-28 B-28 OPERATION MACHINE FUNCTIONALITY BY WELD PROCESS STT AND STT II (NONN-SYNERGIC) Use the following tables to review how the machine functions (output controls, arc control, Start options and weld options) for the weld modes listed in the top table. OUTPUT CONTROL KNOBS (There is no Voltage control when STT welding.) ---- G MA W-S T T WE L D MODE...

  • Page 51

    B-29 B-29 OPERATION MACHINE FUNCTIONALITY BY WELD PROCESS GTAW (Touch Start TIG) Welding Use the following tables to review how the machine functions (output controls, arc control, Start options and weld options) for the weld modes listed in the top table. TOUCH START TIG Material PROCESS...

  • Page 52

    B-30 B-30 OPERATION WELD MODE SEARCHING Save a memory with memory buttons To save a memory, press and hold the desired memo- The Weld Mode Search feature allows the selection of ry button for two seconds. When the button is initially a welding mode based on certain criteria (wire size, pressed, the corresponding LED will illuminate.

  • Page 53: Limit Setting

    B-31 B-31 OPERATION 6. OPTIONAL DUAL PROCEDURE/MEMORY LIMIT SETTING PANEL OPERATION Each user memory can be optionally configured to limit The Dual Procedure/Memory Panel performs three the userʼs range of control over some user interface set- functions: tings. By default, user limits are not enabled. To set lim- its for a selected memory, first select a weld mode and •...

  • Page 54

    B-32 B-32 OPERATION One of these four items will blink to indicate which item will change when the Mode Select Panel Knob is rotated. Initially, the selected item will be the attribute. To select the high limit, press either Mode Select Panel button and the high limit value will begin to blink.

  • Page 55

    ACCESSORIES OPTIONAL: Includes: Push-Pull Gun Receiver Bushing, K2339-1 Push-Pull Connection Kit Fittings, Modified Gas-Bypass Valve, Valve Removal Tool and Control Cable Extension Assembly. Includes: 1 “T” connector for connecting K2429-1 ArcLink “T” Cable Connector 2 Wire Feeders to 1 Power Source. K2360-1 Dual Procedure/Memory Panel Includes: 1 memory panel...

  • Page 56

    ACCESSORIES K1500-4 Gun Receiver Bushing (for gun Includes: Gun receiver bush- with K466-3 Lincoln gun connec- ing with hose nipple, set screw tors; compatible with Miller ® guns.) and hex key wrench. Includes: Gun receiver bush- K1500-5 Gun Receiver Bushing (compatible ing with hose nipple, 4 guide with Oxo ®...

  • Page 57

    ACCESSORIES K162-1 Spindle Adapter, for Readi-Reels Includes: Spindle Assemble and 2" ID spools up to 60 lb. with locking clip. K435 Spindle Adapter, for mounting 14 Includes: Spindle Adapter lb. Innershield Coils on 2" spindles. made from 2 coil retainers. (Electrode not included.) K468 Spindle Adapter, for mounting 8"...

  • Page 58: Calibration Specification, Routine Maintenance, Periodic Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE CALIBRATION SPECIFICATION SAFETY PRECAUTIONS All calibration is factory set on the POWER FEED ® 10M Single Wire Feeder. WARNING To verify the wire feed speed: ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill. • Do not touch electrically live parts such • Assemble a .045 (1.2mm) drive roll kit into the as output terminals or internal wiring.

  • Page 59: How To Use Troubleshooting Guide

    HOW TO USE TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE WARNING Service and Repair should only be performed by Lincoln Electric Factory Trained Personnel. Unauthorized repairs performed on this equipment may result in danger to the technician and machine operator and will invalidate your factory warranty. For your safety and to avoid Electrical Shock, please observe all safety notes and precautions detailed throughout this manual.

  • Page 60: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual PROBLEMS POSSIBLE RECOMMENDED (SYMPTOMS) CAUSE COURSE OF ACTION LINC-NET SYSTEM ERROR CODES Err 006 1. The wire feeder has not received a recognition command from the power source. Verify the power source is operating properly (Status light steady green.) 2.

  • Page 61

    TROUBLESHOOTING Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual PROBLEMS POSSIBLE RECOMMENDED (SYMPTOMS) CAUSE COURSE OF ACTION ARCLINK SYSTEM ERROR CODES Err 33 Capacitor bank "B" under 1. The power source input power voltage. may be wired incorrectly. Verify the power source reconnect panel wiring matches the input power.

  • Page 62

    TROUBLESHOOTING Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual PROBLEMS POSSIBLE RECOMMENDED (SYMPTOMS) CAUSE COURSE OF ACTION ARCLINK SYSTEM ERROR CODES Err 44 Main CPU problem. 1. Verify the ground connection to the power source is wired correct- 2. See the power source Instruction Manual.

  • Page 63

    TROUBLESHOOTING Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual PROBLEMS POSSIBLE RECOMMENDED (SYMPTOMS) CAUSE COURSE OF ACTION OUTPUT PROBLEMS The feeder does power up - no dis- 1. The Power Wave power source is play, no cold feed. OFF. Turn ON the Power Wave power source.

  • Page 64

    TROUBLESHOOTING Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual PROBLEMS POSSIBLE RECOMMENDED (SYMPTOMS) CAUSE COURSE OF ACTION Inconsistent wire feeding or wire not 1. The gun cable is kinked and/or feeding but drive rolls turning. twisted. Keep the gun cable as straight as possible.

  • Page 65

    TROUBLESHOOTING Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual PROBLEMS POSSIBLE RECOMMENDED (SYMPTOMS) CAUSE COURSE OF ACTION Wire feed speed consistently oper- 1. The wire feeder gear setting is ates at the wrong value. not properly set. Verify the POWER FEED ®...

  • Page 66

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    NOTES POWER FEED ® 10M SINGLE WIRE FEEDER...

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  • Page 70

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

  • Page 71

    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. WARNING remove fumes from breathing zone. Spanish Los humos fuera de la zona de res- Desconectar el cable de ali- No operar con panel abierto o AVISO DE...

  • Page 72

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