Benefits For
Multiple Weld Head Welding Systems


Standard Features:

  • Any program can be selected by use of a binary code input, or operate in a chain automatically with a single initiation

  • Makes up to 45 welds or sequences in each programmed chain

  • Sequences 4 (expandable to 16) solenoid valves in any order
  • Checks open or closed condition of 5 pressure/limit/proximity switches
  • Can operate up to 15 chains as selected by switch input
  • Allows use of same individual program unlimited times.
  • A different weld schedule can be used for every weld from 70 in memory.
  • Counts complete finished parts
  • Contains Anti-tiedown/Anti-repeat system for use with double hand switch operation
  • Operates a water saver solenoid for 1 minute after last weld
  • Sends a signal at the end of each complete chain (EHR)
  • Controls Intensifier functions

Optional Features:

  • Monitors and reacts to primary or secondary welding current
  • Prints data and fault indication on each weld
  • Contains up to 16 independent computerized steppers
  • Welds with any of up to 15 SCR contactors in any sequence
  • Monitors up to 16 Differential Pressure Transducers

Benefits For
Single Head Pedestal Welders

Standard Features:

  • Allows welding of a complete part in one handling
  • Provides virtually unlimited welding sequences
  • Makes up to 45 welds in a programmed chain
  • Can use same individual program unlimited times for fast programming and editing
  • Provides proper weld schedule for each weld from 70 in memory
  • Controls 4 (expandable to 16) solenoids for clamp, retract, slide, etc.
  • Monitors up to 5 limit/pressure/proximity switches
  • Counts complete finished parts
  • Can utilize three double level foot switches to select three completely different chains
  • Contains Anti-tiedown/Anti-repeat system for use with double hand switch operation
  • Operates a water saver solenoid for 1 minute after last weld
  • Controls Intensifier functions

Optional Features:

  • Has a differential pressure transducer to wait for correct tip force prior to the start of each weld
  • Monitors and reacts to secondary welding current
  • Prints data and fault indication on each weld
  • Increases welding heat on a computerized curve for welding of galvanized steel