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Subject: stand alone remote current controller schematics

Date: 07/09/03 at 2:22 PM
Posted by: jeff f
E-mail: mrjfleming@bigfoot.com
Message Posted:

o.k. i have a basic lincoln 225 amp ac stick welder, i have also acquired a miller hf-250 (high frequency generator) with the tig torch and a foot pedal. the problem is that the lincoln does not allow for remote current control, nor does the hf-250, so i am able to tig weld, but i have no current control. i need a schematic or device that can regulate current activly/remotely, some electrical enigneers i work with have a few ideas but were not sure exactly what method is used, any idea's? hate to spend $1,500 for a tig, i am soo close.

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