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MEDAR Resistance Welding Controls

MEDAR MedWeld 2200 AC Welding Control

Resistance Welding Controls Feature:

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  • The MedWeld 2200 resistance welding control is a compact "all-in-one" weld control. Combining years of research and development of high-end resistance welding control technology, the MedWeld 2200 is an easy to use, reliable, compact, and durable control with an world installed base across North America and Asia.
  • A choice of four (4) enclosure styles and a retrofit package are available. Each unit and retrofit package is built on a common platform which makes standardization and interchangeability a reality.
  • User selectable I/O (16 inputs and 10 outputs) plus dedicated safety I/O on board allows complete flexibility to perform limitless welding applications.
  • Up to 63 welding schedules can be initiated by discrete or binary schedule selects.
  • The MedWeld 2200 is a High End technology in a small cost effective package.
  • The MedWeld 2200 includes Networking via WebVIEW and Bank Workstation Software to provide backup and restore of weld schedules and data collection from any weld control on the network. The MedWeld 2200 can be interfaced to remote Data Entry Panels on both local and network ports.

MEDAR Medium Frequency Welding

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Resistance Welding Controls Feature:

  • Power Savings (Less RMS Mains current required.)
  • Improved/Consistent Power Factor (Power factor is a function of the inverter not the load.)
  • Less Sensitive To Large Throated Machines (Since the actual weld current is DC, power factor has much less effect on your welds.)
  • Automatic Load Distribution (Mid-frequency welders are three phase devices.)
  • More Tolerant of Mains Disturbances (Energy is supplied by the inverter rather than directly off the mains.)
  • Less Kickless Cables To Maintain (More punch with less weight allows more applications to be done with integral guns.)
  • More Responsive Current Control (Cycle by cycle current control allows many more than one correction per mains half cycle.)
  • More Accurate Current Control (Deterministic rather than predictive current control allows greater accuracy under varying mains and load conditions.)
  • Attains Target Currents Quicker (Medium Frequency can shift the secondary current value much faster than conventional technologies.)
  • More Process Friendly (Resistance welds on most metals are better made with DC.)
  • Longer Consumable Life (Tips last longer on most metals when DC current is used.)
  • More Rugged Than Traditional Technologies (Medium Frequency controls can survive process faults that would destroy an equivalent SCR based control.)

 

MEDAR MedWeld 200

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Resistance Welding Controls Feature:

  • Various hardware platforms based on proven weld kernel building blocks, exceed your industry specifications.
  • Rock solid reliability, unparalleled service and a top notch warranty.
  • Easy to understand graphical user displays allow for quick training.
  • Built-in weld monitor with enhanced control features including:
    • Automatic Voltage Compensation.
    • Dynamic Power Factor Compensation
    • Constant Current Compensation, including poly-pulse.
    • RMS, or peak current monitoring.
    • Multi-schedule storage with cascade and chaining features.
  • Optional modular contactors meet your specific weld power needs.

 

MEDAR MedWeld 3005

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Resistance Welding Controls Feature:

  • MedWeld Blocks include Single, Multi, Three Phase and Middle Frequency (MFDC) contactors for your application and specific welding concerns.
  • Flexible industry standard connectivity including point to point Discrete I/O, Remote I/O™, DeviceNet™, and others to suit your design needs.
  • # Easy "plug -n- play" installation into Allen-Bradley's SLC500™ chassis, appearing as an intelligent I/O module to the SLC logic module.
  • Superior service and support through multiple channels of loyal front line representatives, strategic partners, integrators and distributors.
  • Additional industry-leading features, including:
    • Enhanced Communications
    • Common user interface via DH485™, DH+™ or other products.
    • Improved reliability through meeting international standards including IEC 801.
    • Reduced engineering and integration time utilizing standard ladder logic and "off the shelf" hardware.
    • Multi-schedule storage with cascade and chaining features.
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