220 A at 17.4 kg, and robust Fully compatible for construction sites Welds low-alloy and high-alloy steels, aluminium and non-ferrous metals CSA certified The MagicWave 2200 is a fully digitally controlled TIG AC/DC power source with ActiveWave technology, and is characterised by the softest possible yet highly stable arc. It has an output of 220 A, is both light and robust and self-explanatory in operation. The power source is also ideally suited to portable use in chemical, container, machine and plant construction, installation firms, metal construction, maintenance and repair companies, and for pipeline construction. At 17,4 kg, the MagicWave 2200 is among the lightest in the world and can be carried anywhere. Its robust design makes it fully compatible for construction sites. It can work on a 230 V connection, and can weld any low or high-alloy steel, aluminium and its alloys and non-ferrous metals. 3- 220 A 35 % d.c. at 220 A,100 % d.c. at 150 A 17,8 kg / 39.24 lb 230 V Process TIG Base metals Aluminium CrNi Special metals Steel Fields of use Aerospace industry Automobile and component supply industry Chemical plant construction Industrial plants, pipeline construction, assembly companies Maintenance and repair Metal and gantry construction, fitting shops and forges Plant, container and machine construction, steel engineering Automatic gas post-flow time (welding current-dependent) The ideal post-flow time is calculated automatically so that electrode and weld pool do not oxidise Automatic tungsten balling Brings enormous time savings - simply clamp the sharpened electrode, pre-select cap diameter, the arc automatically forms the correct cap size Generator-compatible for mobile use, including construction sites Non-contact ignition (HF) For perfect arc ignition with high-voltage pulse, even for very long hosepacks Reversed polarity ignition Improves the ignition of the TIG direct current arc Touchdown ignition For ignition with no high-voltage pulses in sensitive applications Mains voltage 230 V Mains voltage tolerance + 15 % / - 20 % Mains fuse protection 16 A Primary continuous power (kVA) 3,7 kVA Cos phi 0,99 Welding current range TIG 3- 220 A Welding current range, electrode 10 - 180 A Duty cycle at 10 min/40° C (104° F) 35 % d.c. at 220 A Duty cycle at 10 min/40° C (104° F) 100 % d.c. at 150 A Duty cycle at 10 min/25° C (77° F) 40 % d.c. at 220 A Duty cycle at 10 min/25° C (77° F) 100% d.c. at 150 A Open-circuit voltage 88 V Working voltage TIG 10,1 - 18,8 V Working voltage Electrode 20,4 - 27,2 V Striking voltage (Up) 9,5 kV Protection IP 23 Type of cooling AF Insulation class B Dimensions l/w/h mm 485/180/390 Dimensions l/w/h (inches) 19.1/7.1/15.4 Weight kg 17,8 Weight lb 39.2 Marks of conformity CE Safety S General "S" mark, CE mark as standard Anti-stick function Automatic cooling unit shutdown Automatic gas post-flow time (welding current-dependent) Automatic tungsten balling Carrying strap Cellulose-compatible Continuous welding current adjustment using TIG welding torch Earth fault monitor Energy-saving inverter technology Expansion using modules Gas test function Generator-compatible Hot start Microprocessor controlled Non-contact ignition (HF) Operating hours counter Overtemperature protection Polarity switching Remote control facility Reversed polarity ignition Soft arc by Active Wave Soft start Temperature-controlled fan Touchdown ignition free parameter selection on the welding torch Operating modes 2-step mode, 4-step mode Displays Final (i.e. "end") current Hold function Automatically saves the actual values when welding finishes Mains voltage monitor Operating mode Overtemperature Sequence status Service codes Start arc current Welding current (actual value) Welding voltage (actual value) Settabel Parameters AC balance AC frequency Downslope Electrode diameter Falling characteristic Gas post-flow time Gas pre-flow time Hot start Spot-welding time Start arc current Stepless welding power TAC (tacking acc. to program) UpSlope Options General Current flow signal Flow watchdog for torch cooling Process Process TIG AC/DC TIG DC Base materials Recommended ground materials Aluminium CrNi Special metals Steel Application area/sector Recommended areas of use Aerospace industry Automobile and component supply industry Chemical plant construction Industrial plants, pipeline construction, assembly companies Maintenance and repair Metal and gantry construction, fitting shops and forges Plant, container and machine construction, steel engineering Active Wave The AC-arc is expected to be stable and soft. Active Wave can fulfill these demands perfectly. A DSP (digital signal processor) controls the AC current curve and therefore offers best process stability and 100% reproducibility, even with large melt pools. By the way, the AC-arc ist never loud - the sound level is below the values allowed by law all the time.