1.3.2 Volt-Ampere Characteristics
The curves shown in Figure 1-1 represent the volt-
ampere static characteristics for the power source.
These curves show the output voltage available at any
given output current from the minimum to the maximum
setting of the current control.
Figure 1.1 Volt/Ampere Curves
Stick Electrode Holder Assembly (21226)
Includes holder, 15-ft. cable, and twist lock connector.
Work Cable Assembly, 10-ft. (32995)
Includes ground clamp and twist lock connector.
Remote Control Receptacle (0558001436)
This Remote Control Kit consists of a 14 pin and 19 pin
amphenol receptacle and assembly that permits the
use of the HC-3B Remote Control, FC-5B Remote Foot
Control , or TC-2B Torch Control, as described below
for tig welding. The Remote Control Kit also provides a
115 vac 10Amp Receptacle for auxiliary power tools.
HC-3B Remote Hand Control (33838)
FC-5B Remote Foot Control (33646)
TC-2B Remote Torch Control (33839)
These controls provide remote output current control
and contactor operation. Each control is equipped with
30 ft. (9.1 m) cable/plug assembly that mates with the
optional Remote Control Kit described above. The
current adjustment is limited to the range as set by the
current control on the power source. The contactor and
current panel/remote switches on the power source
must be in remote position when operating with any of
the remote controls.
TR-29 Truck Kit (37924)
This truck kit provides complete mobility of the power
source. The kit consists of front castors, rear cylinder
rack and wheels, gas cylinder bracket, cylinder chain,
and pull handle.
Automatic Fan Kit (36707)
With this kit installed, the fan will start to operate when
the welding arc is initiated and will continue to run for 5
minutes after the arc has been extinguished.
NOTE: This optional kit can only be installed in units
manufactured after Serial No. MX-I709000 in
which the large R5 resistor was moved from
top center of the "A" frame to the base in front
of the fan bracket.
Before the equipment is put into operation, the safety
section at the front of this manual should be read
completely. This will help avoid possible injury due to
misuse or improper installation.
The definitions relating to the:
safety notations are described at the end of the Safety
Section in the front of this manual - read them and their
specific text references carefully.