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TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR MANUAL
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OPERATION AND WIRING DIAGRAMS................ 2 Block diagram 2 Analysis of the block diagram 3 Illustrations 5 Wiring diagrams 6 REPAIR GUIDE.......................................................11 Equipment required 11 General repair instructions 12 Troubleshooting and remedies 12 Testing the machine 15 Illustrations 18 SPARE PARTS LIST...............................................19 REPAIR SHEET......................................................23

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INPUT
INDUCTANCE AND SHUNT

EMC FILTER CURRENT TRANSFORMER POWER TRANSFORMER SECONDARY DIODES SECONDARY EMC FILTER

RECTIFIER BRIDGE

PRE-CHARGE CHOPPER

FILTER

OUTPUT

BLOCK DIAGRAM

1 7

2 5 6 8 10

3

4

9

POWER SUPPLY LED
TERTIARY SUPPLY

AUXILIARY SUPPLY
FAN

SEPARATOR TRANSFORMER

DRIVER IGBT

28

11 29

13

14

12

TRANSFORMER PILOT
DUTY CYCLE MAKER

PRIMARY CURRENT READER AND LIMITER
SHUNT AMPLIFIER

15 16
24

18

UNDERVOLTAGE SAFEGUARD
ALARM BLOCK

ADDER

V

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27
19 17

CONTROL

SECONDARY DIODE THERMOSTAT

POWER TRANSFORMER THERMOSTAT

ALARM LED

OPERATION AND WIRING DIAGRAMS

26

25

20

MAXIMUM CURRENT ADJUSTMENT

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23

CURRENT POTENTIOMETER

21

WELDING PROCEDURE FUNCTION SELECTOR

MMA

22

TIG -LIFT

D8 Takes and stabilizes the voltage coming from tertiary wiring block 7 (power transformer) and makes it suitable to supply correctly block x (fans) and block 3 (pre-charge). Block 7 Power transformer Consisting of: T4. C30. D19. bypassing the power transformer (block 7). D48. Also forms galvanic separation of the primary from the secondary (welding circuit from the power supply line). which are separated galvanically from one another. C31. R38. the rectifier bridge and the electrolytic capacitors. C25. preventing saturation of the nucleus. that will be sent to power block 14 (driver).TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE ANALYSIS OF THE BLOCK DIAGRAM NOTE: Unless indicated otherwise. Q9. D48 converts the current circulating in the transformer to a single direction. Block 14 Driver Consisting of: Q5. D26. L2. capacitors C27. from block 19 (alarms) and from block 21 (current potentiometer). D16. Supplies two signals. D49. needed to pilot block 13 (separator transformer). D51 recirculate the inductance output current (block 9) when the IGBT's are not conducting. Block 4 Filter Consisting of: C27. Prevents the formation of high transitory currents that could damage the main power switch. D46. Block 3 Pre-charge Consisting of: K1. Block 8 Secondary diodes Consisting of: D46. The inductance levels the secondary board diodes' output current making it practically continuous/direct. Block 13 Separator transformer Consisting of: T3. C29. which will process the data. K2. is used to measure the current circulating in the power transformer primary and transmit the information to block 17 (primary current reader and limiter). Converts the pulsed voltage from the rectifier bridge into continuous voltage. D14. Q8. D49. Q2. D32. D57. D25. Block 1 EMC Filter Consisting of: C24. makes the signal suitable for piloting block 5 (chopper). C30. D15. Block 10 Secondary EMC Filter Consisting of: C21. D20. C31 are then charged by R40 When the capacitors are charged the relay is energised. Prevents noise from the machine from being transmitted along the main power line and vice versa. D1. Prevents noise from the power source from being transmitted through the welding cables and vice versa. U5 Takes and stabilizes the voltage coming from block 2 (rectifier bridge) and makes it suitable to supply correctly: block x (supply led) block x (transformer separator) and block 3 (precharge). Q0. Q10. Takes the signal from block 13 (flyback power supply) and. Gathers all the information from block 18 (primary current reader and limiter). C22. Converts the continuous voltage from the filter into a high frequency square wave capable of piloting the power transformer. C29. Converts the mains alternating voltage into continuous pulsed voltage. Amplifies the signal arriving from block 16 (duty cycle maker).T. Block 2 Rectifier bridge Consisting of: D31. The C. and produces a signal with a suitable voltage for processing by block 16 (duty cycle maker). D47. The shunt reads the current circulating in the inductance and sends it to block 24 (shunt amplifier). When the power source is switched on the relay K1 and K2 are de-energised. Block 9 Inductance and shunt Consisting of: L1. controlled by block 15 (duty cycle maker). Regulates the power according to the required welding current/voltage. Processes the information from block 17 (adder) and block 18 (primary current reader and limiter) and produces a square wave with variable duty cycle limiting the primary current to a maximum pre-set value under all circumstances. Block 15 Transformer Pilot Consisting of: Q4. Q7. C26. Block 6 Current transformer Consisting of: T1. Block 12 Tertiary supply Constisting of: D11. Block 5 Chopper Consisting of: Q6. D47. D51. Block 16 Duty cycle maker Consisting of: U2 (control board). . it should be assumed that the components are assembled on the power board. Block 11 Auxiliary supply Constisting of: T2. -3- Block 17 Adder Consisting of: U1C (control board). Adjusts the voltage and current to values required for the welding procedure. R40.

thus varying the current from the minimum to the maximum value. Block 26 Secondary diode thermostat Consisting of: ST1 When the temperature of the secondary diode dissipator reaches a given temperature the thermostat cuts in. Block 24 Shunt Amplifier Consisting of: U3A (control board) Amplifies the signal from block 9 (inductance shunt) and makes it appropriate for block 17 ( Adder). This is used to set the reference voltage needed to adjust the output current: when the potentiometer knob is turned the cursor voltage varies. Block 19 Alarm Block Consisting of: U1A (control board). R81. R9 and part of control board. When an alarm is detected the power source output current is drastically reduced by making direct adjustments to block 16 (duty cycle maker) and directly changing the reference signal obtained from block 21 (current potentiometer).TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE Block 18 Primary current reader and limiter Consisting of: R79. sending an alarm signal to block 19 (Alarm Block). 2) Triggering of thermostatic capsule on secondary diodes. Reads the signal from block 6 (current transformer) and scales it down so it can be processed and compared in block 16. Indicates when the power source is correctly powered and ready for use. R83. Powered directly by block 12 (Tertiary supply) and cools the power components. Block 23 Maximum current adjustment Consisting of: R48. Used to adjust the maximum cutting current to be supplied by the power source. It is switched on by block 19 (alarms) in the event of: 1) Triggering of thermostatic capsule/thermostat on power transformer. R55. TIG-LIFT. If the main supply voltage falls below the minimum allowed value this safeguard triggers (a tolerance of approx. Block 20 Alarm LED Consisting of: D39. ±15% of the power supply voltage is allowed: outside this range the safeguard triggers). Block 25 Power transformer thermostat Consisting of: ST2. V2. R82. the thermostat transmit the information to block 19 (Alarm Block). R80. Block 22 Welding procedure function selector Consisting of: SW1 The switch is used to select the type of welding process: MMA. Block 28 Power supply LED Consisting of: D43. It is reset automatically when this alarm condition is no longer present. Block 27 Undervoltage safeguard Consisting of: R7. Block 21 Current potentiometer Consisting of: R49. 4) Short circuit at output (electrode holder clamp and earth cable connected to one another or electrode stuck to piece being welded). R84 (control board). When the temperature of the power transformer is too high. It is reset automatically after the alarm condition has ceased. Block 29 Fan Consisting of: V1. 3) Triggering due to undervoltage. -4- .

TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE ILLUSTRATIONS Power board (21) CURRENT POTENTIOMETER (28) POWER SUPPLY LED (20) ALARM LED (22) WELDING PROCEDURE FUNCTION SELECTOR (10) SECONDARY FILTER EMC CONTROL BOARD (9) INDUCTANCE AND SHUNT (8) SECONDARY DIODES (7) POWER TRANSFORMER (11) AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY (6) CURRENT TRANSFORMER (2) PRE-CHARGE (15) TRANSFORMER PILOT (3) RECTIFIER BRIDGE (13) SEPARATOR TRANSFORMER (1) PRIMARY EMC FILTRE (5) CHOPPER (4) FILTER -5- .

WIRING DIAGRAMS POW E R PCB CON T RO L PCB CN11 J7 J3 PE L1 CN4 CN9 L1 1 2 Indu ttance N (L2 ) 4 5 S1 ON / F F O ON LY FOR G E V E R S ON I +5V +17V8 D R+ GND T A+ TA SH S H+ VO L T VO L T+ PO T _ IN T AR+ T AR VCH ECK FAU L T V1+ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 SW LED GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Wiring general diagram .210 -188 CE/GE TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE -6V1J21 V 2+ SH V2R 38 S hun t J22 V1 F an O U T+ OU T - V2 F an .TECHNOLOGY 175 .

6 . Q6 V .T . . C30 V .Q7 .T . .3x0 .6 .8 M CN8 C25 4n7 250V K P C26 4n7 250V K P D32 V .MOD E L G B T Q6 .8 M H2 D is s patore i H3 D is s patore i T P 37 R 46 1R 0W 25 5% Q8 V . . R 45 20R 13W 5% D35 R U R P 860 Fas ton. C27 220n 630V M K P R 47 1R 0W 25 5% D36 NM.C30 . C31 V . D32 K1 . R 44 20R 13W 5% D33 R U R P 860 CN4 L2 295uH D31 V .T . .T . R 56 NM.T . C33 10n 630V K P K2 V .T . 470u 400V A ll D31 =G B PC3508 /10 D32 =G B PC3508 /10 O FF ON 27K 0W 25 5% K1 = 15Vdc 45 mA /250V 16A K2 = 15Vdc 45 mA /250V 16A C28 C29 . C34 10n 630V K P D38 M U R 1560 NM. .T . T P 40 R 43 1R 0W 25 5% Fas ton. C24 1u 275V M K P K1 V .8 M T P4 T P5 T P6 Wiring diagram power board . . . B C 35 1u 63V M K T T P 23 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 R 13 NM. . Q7 V .T . D 40 1N 4148 D39 G a llo 5 i mm C44 100u 25V A ll T P 24 D41 1N4148 VO L T + T E R M CO I -7SP S P+ R 57 NM. . ON O FF 33K 0W 25 5% K1 = 15Vdc 45 mA /250V 16A K2 = 15Vdc 45 mA /250V 16A NM.5 J8 R 12 NM. 680u 400V A ll D31 =G B PC3508 /10 D32 =G B PC3508 /10 O FF ON 10K 0W 25 5% K1 = 15Vdc 45 mA /250V 16A K2 = 15Vdc 45 mA /250V 16A NM. T P 38 Q9 V .T . R 14 3K 3 5W 10% C29 V . .T .primary CN11 C28 NM.5 T P7 SW 1 1B 11 TG I TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 T P 17 +17V8 T A+ TA SH S H+ VO L T VO L T+ PO T IN T A R+ TAR VC H E C K FAU L T C A DM C AD A C AD 1 C AD 2 SW LED +17V8 T P 9 T P 18 T P 19 T P 20 T P 16 MMA B T P 10 R 50 2K 2 0W 25 5% B +5V F o r i_ 12 pa s so 2 . R 40 47R 8W 5% T P 39 R 42 1R 0W 25 5% D34 NM. . P ower board T echno ogy_B l R E LE _K2_A R E LE _K2_B R E LE _K1_A R E LE _K1_B AC+ AC T P 22 VCH ECK DR+ Power board T echno ogy_C l R 49 10K L IN 0W 2 10% R 48 47K 20 T 0W 5 10% G A T E _H E M E T _H GA T E _ L EM E T _ L T A+ TA - SH - S H+ VO L T R E LP R E LP D R+ F15246B F15246C J7 F o r i 22 pa s so 2 . I Q8 .T .6 . T P8 T P 11 +5V T P 21 CO R R MAX I T R A FO _PN T R A FO _P P SP S P+ +5V +17V 8 B R 55 V . R 39 1M 0W 5 5% H1 CN9 D is s patore i D37 M U R 1560 Fas ton. K 2 JP 1 JP 2 R 55 T ECHNO LOG Y 175 T ECHNO LOG Y 210 T ECHNO LOG Y 188G E / E C T P1 T P2 T P3 JP 1 V .Q9 SGW 30N60 SGW 30N60 SGW 30N60 470u 450V A ll 470u 450V A ll D31 = 36M B 100A D32 = N M .C31 D31 . .T .T .3x0 .3x0 . JP 2 V .T .

Q5 BC 327 10R 0w25 5% R 31 D21 18V 0W 4 5% T P 30 D 20 B Y V 27 -200 D 52 NM. . . D2 1N4004 T P 26 Q2 T IP 50 U5 1 IN GND C6 10u 25V A ll 1 D55 D7 10V 0W 4 5% C1 470u 50V A ll C42 33u 25V A ll D3 18V 1W 5% C2 10u 25V A ll C3 470u 25V A ll R9 12K 0W 25 5% 2 no so der l 3 VCH ECK 10V 0W 4 5% B 2 Q1 M P S A13 D56 NM. R 33 10R 0W 25 5% T P 31 D23 18V 0W 4 5% C 18 NM. D22 18V 0W 4 5% T P 32 4 C 16 1u 63V M K T R 29 470R 0W 25 5% R 30 1K 0W 25 5% 3 5 D 25 B Y V 27 -200 R 27 120R 0W 25 5% D 26 B Y V 27 -200 D 53 NM.power / driver C11 100u 63V A ll C10 1u 63V M K T C9 1u 63V M K T C38 1u 63V M K T C39 1u 63V M K T D8 15V 0W 4 2% C43 47u 25V A ll -V1 -V2 D6 1N4148 C8 100N 63V M K T R E LE _K2_A R E LE _K2_B D 18 B Y V 27 -200 3 1 2 D R+ D 17 B Y V 27 -200 1 Q4 IR FD 110 2 3 TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE -8D 19 B Y V 27 -200 R 28 120R 0W 25 5% C 19 NM. R 59 10K 0W 25 5% D54 1N4148 R E LE _K1_B R E LE _K1_A LM 78L05 3 OU T H4 C40 33u 25V A ll 2 R 58 22R 0W 5 5% D4 1N4148 T P 27 +5V +17V8 +17V8 T P 25 T2 230 /18 4VA D1 W 02G R1 470R 2W 5% R 51 3K 3 0W 5 5% AC+ AC - D43 Verde 5 mm 1 no so der l B B C36 T P 29 1n 100V X7R T P 28 D11 B Y V27-200 V1 12Vdc +V2 V2 12Vdc D10 B Y V27-200 C37 1n 100V X7R S P+ R8 3K 3 0W 5 5% +V1 H4 Q0 T IP 122 R E LP D57 B Y V27-200 Wiring diagram power board .20V C14 NM. Q 10 BC 327 6 D24 18V 0W 4 5% T P 33 C 17 1u 63V M K T R 34 470R 0W 25 5% R 32 1K 0W 25 5% SP - B GA T E _H +17V 8 D 14 10V 0W 4 5% T3 T I 117303 D 15 10V 0W 4 5% 8 EM E T _H GA T E _L D 16 B Y V 27 -200 1 C 41 33u 25V A ll C 15 1u 63V M K T T P 34 R 25 220R 0W 25 5% R 26 1K 0W 25 5% B EM E T _L . . . . .

. T ECNO LOG Y 188CE / E D48 = N M . 3 D 27 NM. R 37 100K 0W 25 5% 2 D51 S T T H 6003CW C21 10n 300V M K P JP 4 so der l C22 10n 300V M K P L1 11uH R 38 180A = 210 mV J22 Foro S H+ SH B TO1 T er inale_OU T m T4 T ras fo_1 /2 OU T - F ILO T A T R A FO _P N J9 T1 1 /200 25A J10 2 3 A B . . . 3 D46 V . H5 1 2 1 2 1 3 T R A FO _P P C 32 1n5 630V K P 2 1 4 TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE -93 D47 V . D47 = S T T H 6003CW B R 60 1K 0W 25 5% D46 . D46 = S T T H 6003CW D48 = S T T H 6003CW D46 = S T T H 6003CW D48 = S T T H 6003CW D47 = N M . D29 NM. D48 D47 T ECHNO LOG Y 175 T ECHNO LOG Y 210 D46 = N M .T .T .secondary 2 H4 1 2 1 3 3 D 48 V . G . .T . D49 S T T H 6003CW D50 NM. .R E LP T P 35 J2 IN /OU T R 35 1K5 0W 25 5% T P 36 J1 IN /OU T R 11 10K 0W 25 5% Q3 BC337 T E RM CO I MOD E L C20 100n 63V M K T B D47 = N M . . 1 D44 NM. VO L T S T1 80° C VO L T+ Wiring diagram power board . . R 41 10R 5W 5% T P 15 T P 14 J5 S P+ SP J6 T P 12 T P 13 TA T A+ J21 OU T+ Foro S T2 110 C ° D30 NM. .

10 V SET 2 D36 B AV70 1 2 3 11 10 U 7E 40106 9 D22 BA S 40-04 C16 100n 50V X7R +5V 5 6 11 +5V J3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 D R+ T A+ TA SH S H+ PO T -IN VCH ECK CADM CAD A CAD 1 CAD 2 SW LED 17V8 R 29 10K 0805 5% R 30 1K 0805 5% 14 13 EN1 2 7 1 C12 100n 50V X7R 17V8 U 4A CD4066BC R 16 4K7 0805 1% R 17 4K7 0805 1% R 59 4K7 0805 5% VO L T+ T AR+ T AR FAU L T Q7 BC807 T P1 T es t_P o in t R 53 39K 0805 1% R 10 13K 0805 1% T P5 T es t_P o in t 1 U 1A MC33074D 2 A L LARM 3 +5V 2 T P2 T es t_P o in t 11 70354-301 R 23 2K0 0805 1% 11 C7 10n 50V X7R R 87 3K0 0805 1% SW 4 13 12 4 14 U 1D MC 33074D R 88 2K0 0805 1% C40 100n 50V X7R CO R TO 3 D38 BA S 40-06 S T AR T +5V 3 R 56 10K 0805 5% 3 +5V C 23 220n 50V X 7R 3 1 D 29 B A S 40 -04 2 U 7B 40106 4 D 37 B A V 70 1 5 T P6 T es t_P o in t 6 U 7C 40106 13 T P7 T es t_P o in t 4 12 U 7F 40106 VR E F 2 R 31 4K7 0805 1% 4 14 U 3D LM 324D D25 BA S 40-05 1 3 10 9 11 R 38 4K7 0805 1% 6 EN1 9 R 37 1K 0805 5% 2 T P3 T es t_P o in t 8 U 3C LM 324D OVE R S E T 8 12 13 11 R 58 1K 0805 5% R 49 100K 0805 5% U 4C CD4066BC 1 0 ...10 - .5 V R 36 4K 7 0805 1% 12 EN1 10 11 R 32 3K3 0805 1% R 39 4K7 0805 1% R 60 4K7 0805 5% 1 R 51 4K 7 0805 1% C21 100n 50V X7R D23 BA S 40-04 3 R 35 470K 0805 1% C15 100n 50V X7R U 4D CD4066BC +5V 2 CC Q5 BC817 R 50 4K7 0805 1% 2 VR E F 17V8 Q1 BC817 R 19 VR E F T A+ 3 D11 B AV99 11 R 81 39R 1206 1% 2 D12 24V 0W 4 5% 17V8 3 R 79 39R 1206 1% R 80 39R 1206 1% R 82 39R 1206 1% T P 13 R 83 680R 0805 1% T es t_Po in t R 18 820R 0805 1% VCC R 24 1K 0805 5% R 15 0R 0805 R 84 200R 0805 1% C14 100p 50V X7R 2 3 5 7 C11 100n 50V X7R V FB IS EN GND 7K5 0805 1% RT/ T C VR E F 4 8 1 6 COM P OU T TA - R 45 1K 0805 5% R 46 4K 7 0805 5% U2 UC3845AD1 R 21 NM . C8 10n 50V X7R C9 C42 100n 50V X7R 2n2 50V COG R ID D U T 11 Q4 BC807 R5 10K 0805 5% R 42 10K 0805 5% 6 5 D42 7 R 62 1K 0805 5% D R+ C26 560p 50V COG 17V8 R 63 27K 0805 5% 12 R 12 3K 3 0805 5% R 64 100K 0805 5% L L4148 U 1B MC33074D R 61 6K8 0805 5% 17V8 S T AR T 4 17V8 6 R6 3K 3 0805 5% D4 G L41G VO L T+ T P 14 T es t_P o in t 1 U 5B LM 339 3 VR E F 9 8 12 14 U 5C LM 339 R 48 1K 0805 5% R 47 47K 0805 5% 7 R 65 9K 1 0805 1% R 14 1K 0805 5% 3 Q3 MM B F170 C19 22u 25V A ll R ID DU T 17V8 17V8 C17 100n 50V X7R VR E F R9 100K 0805 1% R 13 8K 2 0805 1% SH - R 40 13K 0805 1% R 25 R 28 4K 7 0805 5% 2K 2 0805 1% Q6 BC 817 R 41 3K 3 0805 1% 5 4 12 U 5A LM 339 2 R 43 33K 0805 5% VR E F 10 11 3 3 12 C4 10n 50V X 7R C6 10n 50V X7R R 44 2K7 0805 5% T P 15 T es t_P o in t D26 L L4148 T P 16 T es t_P o in t U 5D LM 339 13 SW CO R TO CC C18 22u 25V A ll C 24 100n 50V X 7R R 26 10K 0805 5% D2 5V 6 0W 4 5% Q2 MM B F170 D3 L L 4148 C2 1n 50V X7R C3 10n 50V X7R R 52 82K 0805 5% +5V T A R+ T AR - 1 2 3 R1 1K 0805 5% S H+ 4 T P 10 T es t_P o in t 1 U 3A LM 324D R2 4K 7 0805 5% R 86 NM.TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE Wiring diagram power board +5V +5V C20 100n 50V X7R 5 EN1 3 R 55 1K 0805 5% R 57 10K 0805 5% 14 1 +5V 7 U 7A 40106 2 R 33 4K 7 0805 1% 3 T P8 T es t_Po in t T P9 T es t_Po in t 8 U 7D 40106 R 34 470K 0805 1% C13 100n 50V X7R 1 17V8 4 U 4B CD4066BC +5V 2 R 27 1K 0805 5% C22 220n 50V X7R 1 D28 B A S 40-04 3 C10 100n 50V X7R 4 T P4 T es t_P o in t 7 U 3B LM 324D 0 . 4 D39 L L4148 BAV99 D40 1 3 2 R 54 47R 0805 5% SH - C1 1n 50V X 7R R8 4K 7 0805 1% C 41 100p 50V X 7R R 11 1K 0805 5% +5V T P 11 T es t_P o in t 1 3 D 43 B A S 40 -04 2 17V 8 R4 47K 0805 1% C25 100n 50V X7R R 20 4K 7 0805 1% SET A L LARM OVE R S E T R 22 4K 7 0805 1% FAU L T . . R3 22K 0805 5% R7 1K 0805 5% 3 2 11 11 T P 12 T es t_Po in t 8 U 1C MC33074D 9 10 C5 NM .2 .

TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE REPAIR GUIDE EQUIPMENT REQUIRED 4 1 3 2 5 6 ESSENTIAL INSTRUMENTS 1 2 3 4 Dual trace oscilloscope Static load generator Variac 0 . . 802110 (*) cod. 802402 (*) USEFUL INSTRUMENTS 5 Unsoldering station 6 Miscellaneous tools (*)The instruments with codes can be supplied by Telwin. The sale price is available on request. 802401 (*) cod.11 - .300v 1500 VA Digital multimeter cod.

I) For further information on machine specifications and operation. Q8. GENERAL REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS The following is a list of practical rules which must be strictly adhered to if repairs are to be carried out correctly. WARNING: ANY CHECKS CARRIED OUT INSIDE THE MACHINE WHEN IT IS POWERED MAY CAUSE SERIOUS ELECTRIC SHOCK DUE TO DIRECT CONTACT WITH LIVE PARTS.g. B) To ensure the heat flow between the electronic components and the dissipator. . if there is still damage after cleaning replace the fan.C29. place a thin layer of thermo-conductive grease (e.g.rheofores of secondary power diodes D46. Relay K1. . D49. A) When handling the active electronic components.12 - . J) WARNING! When the machine is in operation there are dangerously high voltages on its internal parts so do not touch the boards when the machine is live. antistatic working surfaces etc. . C30. Otherwise. K2 (fig. .0 Visual inspection of the machine Make sure there is no mechanical deformation.see main power supply switch. . proceed in the reverse order to reassemble the cover and do not forget to insert the toothed washer on the ground screw. Q9. F) It is essential to take the greatest care at each disassembly and assembly stage for the various machine parts. H) The boards (repaired when necessary) and the wiring should never be modified without prior authorisation from Telwin. D47.) should be left to reticulate before the machine is tested. 1). G) Take care to keep the small parts and other pieces that are dismantled from the machine so as to be able to position them in the reverse order when re-assembling (damaged parts should never be omitted but should be replaced. handling under load). 2. It is therefore important to take special care when cleaning the following parts Fan (fig.B. 2A) Use the multimeter to check whether the contacts are stuck together or open.undo the 8 screws fastening the back and front plastic panels. Inspect the components and cables for signs of burning or breaks that may endanger operation of the power source.TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE TROUBLESHOOTING AND REMEDIES 1. 3) Probable cause: . If the relay contacts are stuck together or dirty. etc. Electrolytic capacitors C27. referring to the spare parts list given at the end of this manual). just replace the relay. . .). do not attempt to separate them and clean them.remove the current adjustment knob on the front panel of the machine (fig.0 Disassembling the machine WARNING: BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH REPAIRS TO THE MACHINE READ THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAREFULLY. D) If silicone is removed from some points on the boards. Every operation should be carried out in complete safety with the power supply cable disconnected from the mains outlet and should only by done by expert or skilled electrical-mechanical personnel. Probable cause: . E) When the semiconductor devices are soldered the maximum temperature limits should be respected (normally 300°C for no more than 10 seconds). carefully clean the components of the power source since dirt is a danger to parts subject to high voltages and can damage the galvanic separation between the primary and secondary. D51. WARNING: EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT ONLY AND EXCLUSIVELY BY EXPERT OR SKILLED ELECTRICALMECHANICAL PERSONNEL.control board.B. D48. Make sure the power supply cable has not been damaged or disconnected internally and that the fan works with the machine switched on. 1).undo the 4 screws attaching the handle to the top cover (fig. . C31 (fig. 2A) Check whether dirt has been deposited on the front and back air vents or has damaged the correct rotation of the blades. Use only non-conducting neutral or oximic reticulating silicones (e. N. Current potentiometer R49 (fig.machine connected to power supply voltage much higher than the rated value. D38.mechanical shock. Power board (figs.rheofores of IGBT's Q6. refer to the Instruction Manual. . . the IGBT's and Power DIODES in particular.g. 3.thermostat ST1 on secondary diode dissipator. .mechanical or electric shock (e. Check the following elements: Main power supply switch (fig. 3) Probable cause: . bridge rectifier or IGBT in short circuit. N.undo the 2 screws fastening the top cover to the metal structure. 4 for the cap (fig. 2A and 2B): . Q7.mechanical shock. 1). silicone that is placed in contact with points at different potential (rheophores of IGBT's.undo the 2 screws attaching the top cover to the base: 1 screw on each side (fig. or damaged and/or disconnected connector. take elementary antistatic precautions (use antistatic footwear or wrist straps.rheofores of recirculating diodes D37. 3) Probable cause: . dent. C) The power resistors (should they require replacement) should always be soldered at least 3 mm above the board.thermostat ST2 on power transformer. COMPOUND GREASIL MS12) between the contact zones. . To clean the electronic boards we advise decreasing the air pressure to prevent damage to the components. . it should be re-applied. DOW CORNING 7093).slide out the top cover upwards After completing the repairs. 1).0 Cleaning the inside of the machine Using suitably dried compressed air.

g. 3). 2A) Inspect the windings for colour changes. D51 (fig.voltage between the pads V1. Q7.1 Preparation for testing A) Set up the oscilloscope with the voltage probe x10 connected between pin 2 (DRAIN) of Q4 and the earth on the case of U5 (fig. 3). . Q9 (fig. C) Position the potentiometer R49 on maximum (turn clockwise as far as it will go). 4) Probable cause: . NB.the unloads relay K2 commutes (fig. C) With the multimeter set in volt mode make sure that (fig. 3): . if no signal is present.0 Checking the power and signal wiring It is important to check that all the connections are in good condition and the connectors are inserted and/or attached correctly. it may be necessary to replace the MOSFET Q4 (fig.the green power supply LED D43 lights up (fig. D49.B. . D49. 3).IGBT's Q6. B) With the multimeter set in ohm mode check the following components: .PROBE x10. FIGURA A 5. . IGBT's Q6.excessive overheating related to faulty operation. .13 - N.excessive overheating related to faulty operation.power source connected to a higher voltage than 280Vac. 3). Connect the probe CH1(x100) to the Q8 collector and probe CH2 (x10) to the . . The tests described below can be used to check the operation of the power and control parts of the power source. proceed to make the other tests) B) Make sure the waveform shown on the oscilloscope resembles Fig. Secondary diodes D46. .voltage between the negative of diode bridge D31 (-) and the pin 3 of U5 (+) is equal to +5V ±5%. D) Position the switch SW1 in MMA. Q8. The secondary diodes can be checked without removing the power board: with one prod on the secondary board dissipator diodes and the other in sequence on the two power transformer outlets. D47. Q9 (absence of short circuits between collector-gate and between emitter-collector fig. 4) Probable cause: . . D) Set up the dual trace oscilloscope.faulty output connection.5V/Div. E) Connect the power supply cable to a single-phase variac with variable output 0-300 Vac.0 Electrical measurements with the machine switched off A) With the multimeter set in diode testing mode check the following components (junction voltages not less than 0.poorly functioning thermal contact between IGBT and dissipator (e. . Q7. . A.voltage between the negative of diode bridge D31 (-) and the pin 3 of Q2 (+) is equal to +17.excessive overheating related to faulty operation.secondary board diodes D46.AMPLITUD IS 22V ±10%.resistors R44. if the power source stays in alarm status permanently. D47. 3).the pre-charge relay K1 commutes (fig. it should be approx. Primary diodes D37. . take the cables between finger and thumb (as close as possible to the fastons or connectors) and pull outwards gently: the cables should not come away from the fastons or connectors.for voltages close to the rated power supply value (230Vac ±15%) the power source is not in alarm status (yellow LED D39 off). D48.the fan for the power transformer starts up correctly.discontinuation in snubber network. .B.8V ±5%.TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE broken rheophore on one or more capacitor: the remainder will be overstressed and become damaged by overheating. Probable causes: . B) Set up the multimeter in DC mode and connect the prods to the OUT+ and OUT. 4). . 3).voltage between the negative of diode bridge D31 (-) and the catode D11 (-) is equal to +40V ±10%. 6. . we should remind you that during these tests the power source is . Q8.ageing after a substantial number of working hours.thermostat continuity test on the power transformer: clean the resin from the bump contacts of ST2 (J2) and measure the resistance between the two bump contacts. D48.MOSFET Q4 (absence of short circuits between drain-gate and drain-source (fig. 3). D51 between anode and cathode (fig. Power transformer and filter reactance (fig. 4). 4) Probable cause: . .0 Electrical measurements with the machine in operation WARNING! Before proceeding with faultfinding. .resistor R1: 47ohm (pre-charge fig.overheating caused by thermostatic capsule failure. 3).FREQUENCY IS 52KHz ±10%. .resistor R14: 3. . 6.3ohm (unloads fig. switch off the main switch on the power source and increase the variac voltage gradually to 230 Vac and make sure: .2V): .and V1+ is equal to +14V ±5% .poorly functioning thermal contact between IGBT and dissipator (e.5µsec/Div.rectifier bridge D31. . .2 Tests for the TECHNOLOGY 175 -210-188CE/GE A) Switch on the variac (initially set to the value 0 V). D32 (fig.and V2+ is equal to +14V ±5%. . To do this.resistor R41: 10ohm (secondary snubber fig. 3). . 0 ohm (fig. . 2B).bump contacts. D38 (fig. .discontinuation in snubber network. there could be a fault in the control board (in any case. 6.voltage between the pads V2. SETTINGS: . VERIFY THAT: . loosened attachment screws:check). . 4). . If the power cables are not tight enough this could cause dangerous overheating. powered and therefore the operator is exposed to the danger of electric shock.ageing after a considerable number of working hours. loosened attachment screws:check). . N. R45: 22ohm (primar y snubber fig.g. 4. .fault in driver circuit. 3).

2A. on the power supply cable and connections to primary). Q9 (for Q6 and Q7 use the differential probe). This is the reference code for requesting a replacement: Telwin may supply boards that are compatible but with different codes. .0 Repairs. Warning: before inserting a new board check it carefully for damage that may have occurred in transit.with the multimeter set in ohm mode make sure there is no short circuit on the PCB between the 1 st and 3rd bump contacts (between gate and emitter) corresponding to each component. . FIGURA C SETTINGS: .remove the 2 dissipators from the board.undo the 3 screws fastening the board to the bottom (fig.g. TIME TOLLERANCES ±20%.. . N. . both IGBT's should be all replaced. Unless specifically required by the procedure. 3) or in the control board (fig. The board is identified by a 6-digit code (printed in white on the component side after the initials TW).POSITIVE AMPLITUDE ON CH2 IS +19V ±10%. The earth connections are both made to the emitter of Q8. TIME TOLLERANCES ±20%.remove the current adjustment knob on the front panel of the machine ( fig. . When we supply a board it has already been tested and so if the fault is still present after it has been replaced correctly. . resistors R42. Before making the replacement make sure the components piloting the IGBT's are not also damaged: .B. N. If the machine remains in alarm status (and this is not due to a fault in the control board) there could be a fault R9 or D7 (fig. replacing the boards If repairing the board is complicated or impossible.place the dissipators with the new IGBT's and primary diodes D37 and D38 (WARNING! Make sure there is insulation between the case of diode D38 and the dissipator) in the PCB bump contacts. H) Make sure the waveform displayed on the oscilloscope resembles fig.AMPLITUDE ON CH1 IS 320V ±10%. D23 and D24 may be unable to function at the correct Zener voltage (this should have shown up in the preliminary tests). .B.P R O B E C H 2 DIFFERENTIAL PROBE (1/20). .14 - F) Repeat this test also for Q6. taking care not to damage the component during assembly (the spring should be inserted under pressure on the dissipator so as to lock the component).100 V/Div. R46 and R47 could have burst and/or diodes D21.5µsec/Div. .is equal to +100Vdc±10%.1 Removing the power board (fig. .alternatively.AMPLITUDE ON CH1 IS 320V ±10%. . . Q7 (fig. for assembly proceed in the reverse order and remember to insert the toothed washer on the earth screw.remove any bands constraining the board (e. .PROBE CH1 x100 . . 1). 2B). placing 4 spacers between the dissipator and the PCB (2 for each dissipator) and fasten them down with the screws (torque wrench setting for screws 1 Nm ±20%).with the machine disconnected from the main supply. A) Please read the procedure for replacing the IGBT's carefully: (fig. never alter the board trimmers.NEGATIVE AMPLITUDE ON CH2 IS -2V ±10%.N E G A T I V E AMPLITUDE ON CH2 -150mV ±10% I) Switch the power source on again and make sure that. 2B). G) Set the two-channel oscilloscope ready. . . . If the IGBT's have burst the dissipators may have been irreversibly damaged: in this case they should be replaced.undo the screws locking the 4 IGBT's.B. fig. 7. The masses are to be connected together on the sender of Q1. . The 4 IGBT's are attached to 2 different dissipators and whenever a replacement is required.Insert the new IGBT's between the dissipator and the spring. .100V/Div. B. Q7. it should be completely replaced. C and that the output voltage over OUT+ and OUT .PROBE CH2 x10. D38 by unsoldering the rheofores and then clean the solder from the printed circuit bump contacts.P O S I T I V E AMPLITUDE ON CH2 50mV ±10%. if the signal is not present there could be a fault in the IGBT driver circuit (fig. following the brief start up time. 2B). Connect the probe CH1 (x100) on the collector of Q8 and the mass on the sender of the same Q8 probe CH2 (x10) on the pin 9 of strip J11. .remove the board from the metal structure.remove the 4 IGBT's and the 2 diodes D37.100mV/Div. VERIFY THAT: . 3). the machine is not in alarm status (the yellow alarm LED D39 is off. R43.10V/Div.undo the screws attaching the dissipator to the board to replace Q6. lifting it upwards. N. also of Q8. . 7. 4). . Q9 (fig. . VERIFY THAT: . disconnect all the wiring connected to the board. . . 3). D22.clean any irregularity or dirt from the dissipators. in this case we recommend replacing the board). In case you wish to measure the two wave shapes together as indicated in the figure it is necessary to use the differential probe (1/20). E) Make sure the waveform displayed on the oscilloscope resembles fig. N. Connect the probe CH2 on the pin 5 of J7 and the mass on pin 6 of the same J7.undo the screws attaching the dissipator to the board to replace Q8. FIGURA B SETTINGS: . 2A) If the fault is in the power board remove it from the bottom as follows: .5µsec/Div. .PROBE CH1 x100.apply thermo-conductive grease following the general instructions.TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE gate.B. check the other machine components.

D.deactivate the static load generator and switch off the main switch. 3): Whatever fault occurs in the control board.solder the terminals taking care not to let the solder run along them. 4): The SECONDARY DIODES are attached to the same dissipator. E. . C) Set up the multimeter in DC mode and connect the prods to the OUT+ and OUT. make sure resistor R41 and capacitor C32 on the snubber have been soldered to the PCB correctly (fig. B) Please read the procedure for replacing the secondary board diodes carefully (fig. .100V/Div. B) Set the two channel oscilloscope by connecting the probe CH1 (x100) on the collector of Q8 and the mass on the sender of the same Q8.insert the new diodes between the dissipator and the spring. of differential type . D49 and D51. N.PROBE CH1 x100 . .switch on the main switch. .place the dissipator with the new components in the PCB bump contacts and fasten them down with the screws (torque wrench setting for screws 1 Nm ±20%). taking care not to damage the component during assembly (the screw should be inserted under pressure on the dissipator so as to lock the component). TIME TOLLERANCES ±20%. To remove it.the output current is equal to +60Adc ±10% and the output voltage is equal to +22.set up the ohmic load with the switch settings as in the table in fig.set up the static load generator with the switch settings as in the table in Fig.start up the ohmic load and make sure that: .2Vdc±20%.AMPLITUDE ON CH1 IS 320V ±10%. . WARNING! During tests the operator must avoid contact with the metal parts of the torch because of the presence of dangerous.remove the spring locking the diodes.100mV/Div. half-way).activate the statico load generator and make sure that: . . . E. A) Connect the power source to the static load generator using cables fitted with the appropriate dinse connectors (code 802110). .bump contacts.1 Preparation for testing. on the welding side cut away the protruding part of the rheofores and check they are not shorted (between the gate and emitter in particular).AMPLITUDE ON Ch2 IS 60mV ±10%. . If the diodes have burst the dissipator may have been irreversibly damaged: in this case it should be replaced. 1.PROBE CH2 differential probe (1/20) . FIGURA D SETTINGS: .remove the dissipator from the board. D) Connect the power supply cable to the 230Vac power supply. to replace diodes D46. cut and then unsolder from the power board the connector keeping it fixed perpendicular to the PCB.5 µsec/Div.4Vdc ±10%. D. . .the waveforms displayed on the oscilloscope resemble those in Fig. The tests given below are used to verify power source operation under load.undo the screws attaching the dissipator to the board. C) Please read the procedure for replacing the control board (fig. During tests with the machine in operation never commute the selectors or activate the ohmic load contactor. Connect the probe CH2. VERIFY THAT: .apply thermo-conductive grease following the general instructions. all of them should be replaced: .on the front panel position the current potentiometer at (approx. .on the front panel turn the current potentiometer to 60A (approx. WARNING! Before proceeding to test the machine.) half way. 3). 1. we strongly recommend its replacement without attempts at repair.remove the secondary diodes unsoldering the rheofores and cleaning any solder from the bump contacts on the board. D47. . .the output current is +6Adc±20%. high voltage. . D48.2 Tests for the TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE A) Minimum load test: . .B. and when a replacement is required. . (1/20).TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE solder the terminals taking care not to let the solder run along them.15 - B) Intermediate load test: . . we should remind you that during these tests the power source is powered and therefore the operator is exposed to the danger of electric shock. replace it and re-solder the connector. 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 Switch number Position number TESTING THE MACHINE Tests should be carried out on the assembled machine before closing it with the top cover. .on the soldering side cut away the protruding part of the rheofores and check they are not shorted (between cathode and anode). . and the output voltage is +20.switch off the ohmic load.clean any irregularity or dirt from the dissipator. on the pin 5 of J7 (control card) and the mass on pin 6 of the same strip J7.the waveforms displayed on the oscilloscope resemble those in Fig. . .

. FIGURA H SETTINGS: .the waveforms displayed on the oscilloscope resemble those in fig. .100V/Div. F. VERIFY THAT: .16 - 1 2 3 4 5 6 3 3 3 2 2 2 Switch number Position number F) Checking the secondary diode voltages: .100mV/Div. 3).bump contacts.AMPLITUDE ON CH2 IS 220mV ±10%. if the output current reading is not 160A ±5%.5µsec/Div. H.100V/Div.6Vdc ±5%. .set up the ohmic load with the switch settings as in the table in fig. adjust the current using trimmer R48 (fig. . . 1 2 3 4 5 6 3 3 3 3 3 2 Switch number Position number FIGURA F SETTINGS: .start up the ohmic load and make sure that: . . . .PROBE CH2 differential probe (1/20).start up the ohmic load and make sure that: . . . connecting probe CH1 x 100 to the anode of diode D46 and probe CH2x100 to the anode of diode D51. VERIFY THAT: . 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 2 2 1 1 1 Switch number Position number C) Rated load test for TECHNOLOGY 175: . FIGURA G SETTINGS: . TIME TOLLERANCES ±20%.100V/Div.AMPLITUDE ON CH1 IS 320V ±10%.2Vdc ±5%. .P R O B E C H 2 differential probe (1/20) . .set up the ohmic load with the switch settings as in the table in fig.set up the ohmic load with the switch settings as in the table in fig. 3). . . VERIFY THAT: . Earth connections are both made to the secondary dissipator.200mV/Div. TIME TOLLERANCES ±20%. . . TIME TOLLERANCES ±20%.set up the dual trace oscilloscope.AMPLITUDE ON CH1 IS 320V ±10%.100V/Div. TIME TOLLERANCES ±20%. 3). .5µsec/Div. . - using trimmer R48 (fig. G.5V/Div. if the output current reading is not 180A ±5%.PROBE CH1 x100 . .AMPLITUDE ON CH1 IS 320V ±10%.PROBE CH2 differential probe (1/20). . adjust the current .the output current is equal to +160Adc ±5% and the output voltage is equal to +26.TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE FIGURA E SETTINGS: . .on the front panel turn the current potentiometer to maximum (turn clockwise as far as it will go).5 µsec/Div. . 1 2 3 4 5 6 3 3 3 3 2 2 Switch number Position number D) Rated load test for TECHNOLOGY 210: . if the output current reading is not 140A ±5%.PROBE CH1 x100 . .PROBE CH1 x100 . .LAMPLITUDE ON CH2 IS 180mV ±10%.200mV/Div.on the front panel turn the current potentiometer to maximum (turn clockwise as far as it will go). G.PROBE CH2 differential probe (1/20). .start up the ohmic load and make sure that: . .the output current is equal to +180Adc ±5% and the output voltage is equal to +27.on the front panel turn the current potentiometer to maximum (turn clockwise as far as it will go).AMPLITUDE ON CH2 IS 120mV ±10%.the waveforms displayed on the oscilloscope resemble those in fig.switch off the ohmic load. . .the waveforms displayed on the oscilloscope resemble those in fig.PROBE CH1 x100 .200mV/Div.4Vdc ±5%. F.the output current is equal to +140Adc ±5% and the output voltage is equal to +25. adjust the current using trimmer R48 (fig.AMPLITUDE ON CH1 IS 320V ±10%. H. VERIFY THAT: .remove the multimeter from the OUT+ and OUT.switch off the ohmic load. E) Rated load test for TECHNOLOGY 188CE/GE: .AMPLITUDE ON CH2 IS 200mV ±10%. switch off the ohmic load. .5µsec/Div.

G or H and the current adjustment potentiometer on maximum. . activate the static load generator and make sure that the waveforms displayed on the oscilloscope resemble those in fig. .PROBE CH2 x100. G) Running time check and closing the machine With the load status as in fig. G or H.PROBE CH1 x100 . Check the correct positioning of the internal wiring and finally re-assemble the machine. TIME TOLLERANCES ±20%. I.5µsec/Div. - FIGURA H SETTINGS: . . F.17 - . H) Welding test With the power source set up according to the instructions in the handbook make a test weld at 80A (electrode diameter 2. switch on the power source and leave it in operation until the thermostatic capsules trigger (machine in alarm status). .50V/Div.TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE set up the static load generator with the switch settings as in the table in fig.5 mm).50V/Div. deactivate the static load generator and switch off the main switch. on the front panel position the current potentiometer to the maximum (turn the knob clockwise as far as it will go) and switch on the main switch. Check the dynamic behaviour of the power source. F.MAX REVERSE AMPLIDUTE ON CH1 AND CH2 DOES NOT EXCEED A 250V. VERIFY THAT: .

D49.V2 NUTS RHEOFORES FASTENING Q6. Q9 . V2 U5 D7. Q7 DISSIPATOR SCREWS FASTENING FAN BOTTOM IGBT DISSIPATORS POWER TRANSFORMER DIODES SECONDARY DISSIPATORS INDUCTANCE Q8. 2B NUTS FASTENING METALLIC STRUCTURE BUMP CONTACTS THERMOSTAT ST1 (J1.R9 Q2 R48 J7 FIG. K2 R40 R41 V1.D48.D47. Q7 PRIMARY DIODE D37 SECONDARY DIODES D46. Q7 METALLIC STRUCTURE Q6.D51 C29 C31 R49 D43 C30 D39 Sw1 C32 R44 R45 Q4 St2 R38 PRIMARY DIODE D38 IGBT Q8.TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE ILLUSTRATIONS FIG.J2) BUMP CONTACTS FAN V1. 2A POWER SUPPLY INTERRUPTOR FILTER CAPACITORS DIODES BRIDGE DISSIPATOR FAN WIRE CONTROL BOARD FIG. 4 IGBT Q6. 1 SCREWS FASTENING HANDLE SCREWS FASTENING HANDLE CURRENT REGULATION POTENTIOMETER POWER SUPPLY LED SCREWS FASTENING BACK PANEL ALARM LED WELDING PROCEDURE FUNCTION SELECTOR DINSE SOCKET SCREWS FASTENING TOP COVER SCREWS FASTENING FRONT PANEL FIG. 3 D31. Q9 DISSIPATOR SCREWS FASTENING SECONDARY DISSIPATOR SCREWS FASTENING RHEOFORES Q8.18 - . D32 R14 K1. Q9 NUTS FASTENING METALLIC STRUCTURE FIG.

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variable Deviatore Gareur Switch Schalter Interruptor Termostato Thermostat Thermostat Thermostat Termostato Cavo Alim. Ventilatore Ventilateur Fan Ventilator Ventilador Induttanza Filtro Inductance Filter Filter Inductance Filter Drossel Induccion Filtro Trasformatore Ausiliario Transformateur Auxiliaire Auxiliary Transformer Hilfstransformator Transformador Auxiliar 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Induttanza Inductance Inductance Drossel Induccion Trasformatore Potenza Transformateur Puissance Power Transformer Leistungstransformator Transformador De Potencia Frontale Partie Frontal Front Panel Geraetefront Frontal Retro Partie Arriere Back Panel Rueckseite Trasera Manico Poignee Handle Handgriff Manija Presa Dinse Prise Dix Dinse Socket Dinse Steckdose Enchufe Dinse Kit Mantello Kit Capot Cover Kit Deckel Kit Kit Panel De Cobertura Kit Fondo Kit Chassis Bottom Kit Bodenteil Kit Kit Fondo Kit Igbt + Diodo Kit Igbt + Diode Kit Igbt + Diode Kit Igbt + Diode Kit Igbt + Diodo 28 Kit Scheda Completa Kit Platine Complete Complete Control Pcb Kit Komplette Steurungskarte Kit Kit Tarjeta De Controlo Completa TECHNICAL REPAIR CARD. Thank you in advance for your co-operation! . ELENCO PEZZI DI RICAMBIO PIECES DETACHEES SPARE PARTS LIST ERSATZTEILLISTE PIEZAS DE REPUESTO REF. ELENCO PEZZI DI RICAMBIO PIECES DETACHEES SPARE PARTS LIST ERSATZTEILLISTE PIEZAS DE REPUESTO REF. Please fill in this sheet as accurately as possible and send it to Telwin. ELENCO PEZZI DI RICAMBIO PIECES DETACHEES SPARE PARTS LIST ERSATZTEILLISTE PIEZAS DE REPUESTO REF.20 - . Cable Alim. In order to improve the service. ELENCO PEZZI DI RICAMBIO PIECES DETACHEES SPARE PARTS LIST ERSATZTEILLISTE PIEZAS DE REPUESTO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Potenziometro Potentiometre Potentiometer Potentiometer Potenciometro Resistenza Resistance Resistor Wiederstand Resistencia Condensatore Condensateur Capacitor Kondensator Capacitor Diodo Diode Diode Diode Diodo Raddrizzatore Redresseur Rectifier Gleichrichter Rectificador Resistenza Resistance Resistance Widerstand Resistencia Scheda Controllo Carte Controle Control Board Steuerungskarte Tarjeta Control Bjt Tip50 Bjt Tip50 Bjt Tip50 Bjt Tip50 Bjt Tip50 Bjt Tip122 Bjt Tip122 Bjt Tip122 Bjt Tip122 Bjt Tip122 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Rele' Relais Relais Relais Relais Interruttore Interrupteur Switch Schalter Interruptor Manopola Potenziometro Poignee Pour Potentiometre Knob For Potentiometer Potentiometergriff Malja Por Resist. ELENCO PEZZI DI RICAMBIO PIECES DETACHEES SPARE PARTS LIST ERSATZTEILLISTE PIEZAS DE REPUESTO REF. Mains Cable Netzkabel Cable Alim.electr. each servicing centre is requested to fill in the technical card on the following page at the end of every repair job.TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE REF.

Teilliste Nuemmer. Pour avoir les pieces detachees. denomination de la piece. Wenn Sie einen Ersatzteil.21 - . numero de matricule. registration number. pls specify: model-brand and voltage of machine.ERSATZTEILLISTE . Registriernummer.LISTE PIECES DETACHEES SPARE PARTS LIST .PIEZAS DE REPUESTO TECHNOLOGY 188CE/GE 23 1 22 25 12 13 21 24 15 11 3 17 5 6 10 2 16 18 4 7 8 9 29 26 27 28 20 14 19 Per richiedere i pezzi di ricambio senza codice precisare: codice del modello. dont manque la reference. il faudra preciser: modele. bestimmen Sie bitte Folgendes: Modell-zeichen und Spannung des Geraetes. numero di riferimento del particolare sull'elenco ricambi. logo et tension de I'appareil. . il numero di matricola. benoetigen.TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE ELENCO PEZZI DI RICAMBIO . list reference number of the item. When requesting spare parts without any reference. der ohne Artikel Nummer ist.

variable Deviatore Gareur Switch Schalter Interruptor Termostato Thermostat Thermostat Thermostat Termostato Cavo Alim. ELENCO PEZZI DI RICAMBIO PIECES DETACHEES SPARE PARTS LIST ERSATZTEILLISTE PIEZAS DE REPUESTO REF. ELENCO PEZZI DI RICAMBIO PIECES DETACHEES SPARE PARTS LIST ERSATZTEILLISTE PIEZAS DE REPUESTO REF. ELENCO PEZZI DI RICAMBIO PIECES DETACHEES SPARE PARTS LIST ERSATZTEILLISTE PIEZAS DE REPUESTO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Potenziometro Potentiometre Potentiometer Potentiometer Potenciometro Resistenza Resistance Resistor Wiederstand Resistencia Condensatore Condensateur Capacitor Kondensator Capacitor Diodo Diode Diode Diode Diodo Raddrizzatore Redresseur Rectifier Gleichrichter Rectificador Resistenza Resistance Resistance Widerstand Resistencia Scheda Controllo Carte Controle Control Board Steuerungskarte Tarjeta Control Bjt Tip50 Bjt Tip50 Bjt Tip50 Bjt Tip50 Bjt Tip50 Bjt Tip122 Bjt Tip122 Bjt Tip122 Bjt Tip122 Bjt Tip122 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Rele' Relais Relais Relais Relais Interruttore Interrupteur Switch Schalter Interruptor Manopola Potenziometro Poignee Pour Potentiometre Knob For Potentiometer Potentiometergriff Malja Por Resist. Cable Alim. ELENCO PEZZI DI RICAMBIO PIECES DETACHEES SPARE PARTS LIST ERSATZTEILLISTE PIEZAS DE REPUESTO REF.TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE REF.22 - . Mains Cable Netzkabel Cable Alim. ELENCO PEZZI DI RICAMBIO PIECES DETACHEES SPARE PARTS LIST ERSATZTEILLISTE PIEZAS DE REPUESTO REF.electr. alla fine di ogni riparazione chiediamo ad ogni Centro Assistenza di compilare e restituire a Telwin la scheda tecnica riportata nella pagina seguente. . Ventilatore Ventilateur Fan Ventilator Ventilador Induttanza Filtro Inductance Filter Filter Inductance Filter Drossel Induccion Filtro Trasformatore Ausiliario Transformateur Auxiliaire Auxiliary Transformer Hilfstransformator Transformador Auxiliar 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Induttanza Inductance Inductance Drossel Induccion Trasformatore Potenza Transformateur Puissance Power Transformer Leistungstransformator Transformador De Potencia Frontale Partie Frontal Front Panel Geraetefront Frontal Retro Partie Arriere Back Panel Rueckseite Trasera Manico Poignee Handle Handgriff Manija Presa Dinse Prise Dix Dinse Socket Dinse Steckdose Enchufe Dinse Kit Mantello Kit Capot Cover Kit Deckel Kit Kit Panel De Cobertura Kit Fondo Kit Chassis Bottom Kit Bodenteil Kit Kit Fondo Kit Igbt + Diodo Kit Igbt + Diode Kit Igbt + Diode Kit Igbt + Diode Kit Igbt + Diodo 28 29 Kit Scheda Completa Kit Platine Complete Complete Control Pcb Kit Komplette Steurungskarte Kit Kit Tarjeta De Controlo Completa Induttanza Filtro Ge Inductance Filter Ge Ge Filter Inductance Ge Filter Drossel Induccion Filtro Ge Scheda tecnica di riparazione: Con lo scopo di migliorare il servizio.

23 - .TECHNOLOGY 175-210-188CE/GE Official servicing centers Repairing sheet Date: Inverter model: Serial number: Company: Technician: In which place has the inverter been used? Building yard Workshop Others: Supply: Power supply From mains without extension From mains with extension m: Mechanichal stresses the machine has undergone to Description: Dirty grade Dirty inside the machine Description: Kind of failure Component ref. Rectifier bridge Electrolytic capacitors Relais In-rush limiter resistance IGBT Snubber Secondary diodes Potentiometer Others Substitution of primary power board: yes Troubles evinced during repair : no .

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