Shopping for a weld control can get complicated quickly. The combinations and options are almost limitless.
There are many brands of weld controls. To cover the spectrum of welders in the world, each brand has to have an array of options. These options range from simple to complex. Some example options are: Constant Current, electronic air, circuit breaker protection (sized to fit the machine), pressure monitoring, isolation contactor, UL/CSA/CE compliance, linear encoder, primary or secondary current monitoring, automatic voltage control, remote programming pendant, PC communications software, communication cards, forge functionality, differential pressures, remote schedule selection, program lockout switches, binary schedule select, Ethernet IP, water flow switch, pinch protection, anti-tiedown initiation, electronic pinch-point safety protection, and more.
Please contact us for further details on selecting and sizing the correct control for your needs.
Here are the manuals for some of the brands and models we carry at Spot Weld, Inc.:
- Entron manuals
- EN6001 single phase control
- EN6021 single phase control
- EN1000 & EN1001 single phase controls
- EN1000 single phase control, cascade welding
- EN200 single phase weld control
- EN1701 three phase control, MFDC
- Inegrated Pressure Sense Control manual
- iPak inverter documentation
- Entron manuals
- WTC (Technitron, Medar, Robotron)
- WTC manuals
- Tecna weld control manuals for stationary and portable welders
- Amada Miyachi Unitek (formerly Miyachi America)
- Spot Weld, Inc.
WTC Gen6 controls
Unitrol weld controls
Entron weld controls
Bosch Rexroth 6xxx Series MFDC Inverter controls
SWI4 weld control
Intertron Model 108 control