In AC machines, welding transformers are used to transform the power line’s alternating current into a secondary winding current with a low voltage and high amperage.
The transformer, which is situated inside a welding machine, is used to convert the high-voltage input, also known as primary power, from the wall plug. This voltage ranges typically between 208 and 600 volts, with a low alternating current (AC) of between 15 and 55 amps.
Depending on the process and equipment, this is changed on the secondary power side to a lower voltage of up to 80 volts and a range of welding currents up to 1000 amps AC or more.
A welding transformer, also known as a step down transformer, is used to obtain the appropriate current and voltage. It transforms the high voltage and low current into the low voltage and high current.
The Global Welding transformer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Yaskawa Motoman Launches New Robotic Welding Systems.According to Yaskawa, the AR3120 joins the previously released AR700, AR900, AR1440, AR1730, and AR2010 arc welding robots.
The AR3120 is perfect for agricultural equipment, construction machines, or automobile frames thanks to its extended reach, 20 kg payload capacity, quick axis speed, and high wrist permissible moment in its class.
the robot has a sleek arm design with a low profile that allows it to access parts in small locations and may be used in high-density layouts with numerous robots operating close together.
A symmetric wrist design allows for equal torch access on both sides of the part, and the payload capacity accommodates a number of motorised torches and sensors. Furthermore, a better feeder mounting space on the arm lessens equipment interference.
Using a 50 mm through-hole, through-arm routing is used for cables, hoses, and sensor wires. Internal S-axis routing and little U-axis protrusion both increase part accessibility and preserve cable life. A novel robot harness that connects the manipulator and controller with a single connection to enhance diagnostics and maintenance.
The YRC1000 controller, which works with input voltages between 380VAC and 480VAC without the need for a transformer, is used to operate the robot, which may be installed on the floor, wall, tilt, or ceiling. The YRC1000 comes with a portable teach pendant that can be stored in a small cabinet and has simple programming.
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