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Logi-Mig models explained

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Logi-Mig Control System

The Uniarc Logi-Mig control system works by utilizing

analogue signals from simple switches mounted in the

torch handle which work in conjunction with the

micro-processors in the welding power source.

The system can facilitate changes to welding functions

like job number, amps, volts and arc length.

Two types of control unit are offered where adjustments

are generally made at the start or end of the welding

operation.

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Logi-Mig models explained

LM1: Logi-Mig Control

Function:

Job Mode

Up/Down Control

LM1

Depending on the chosen welding power source set up,

LM1 can control up to two welding functions.

Pressing both top and bottom buttons simultaneously

can change between those welding functions.

In 2 step mode the torch control functions are not

operable whilst welding. Changes to any function can only

be made at the start or end of the welding process.

In 4 step mode ( machine depending ) changes to the

welding parameters are possible whilst " on-arc ".

Example

In this example we will assume the machine maker has

selected job number and wire speed as the functions he

wants to control, with job number as the default setting.

Pressing the top and bottom buttons will increase /

decrease the job number.

By simultaneously pressing both buttons the function

mode can be changed from job number to wire speed.

Pressing the up/down buttons will now increase/

decrease the wire feed speed.

By simultaneously pressing both buttons once more,

the function mode can be changed back to job number.

LM2: Logi-Mig Control

Function:

Job Mode

Up/Down Control x 2

LM2

Depending on the chosen welding power source set up,

LM2 can control up to three welding functions.

The top and buttom buttons control one functions.

The left and right buttons can control up to two function.

Pressing the buttons simultaneously changes between the

two functions.

In 2 step mode the torch control functions are not operable

whilst welding. Changes to any function can only be made

at the start or end of the welding process.

The Uniarc Logi-Mig control system works by utilizing

analogue signals from simple switches mounted in the

torch handle which work in conjunction with the

micro-processors in the welding power source.

The system can facilitate changes to welding functions

like job number, amps, volts and arc length.

Two types of control unit are offered where adjustments

are generally made at the start or end of the welding

operation.

©All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted by any means,

electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise without the prior permission of ©Uniarc® the copyright holder.

Logi-Mig models explained

LM1: Logi-Mig Control

Function:

Job Mode

Up/Down Control

LM1

Depending on the chosen welding power source set up,

LM1 can control up to two welding functions.

Pressing both top and bottom buttons simultaneously

can change between those welding functions.

In 2 step mode the torch control functions are not

operable whilst welding. Changes to any function can only

be made at the start or end of the welding process.

In 4 step mode ( machine depending ) changes to the

welding parameters are possible whilst " on-arc ".

Example

In this example we will assume the machine maker has

selected job number and wire speed as the functions he

wants to control, with job number as the default setting.

Pressing the top and bottom buttons will increase /

decrease the job number.

By simultaneously pressing both buttons the function

mode can be changed from job number to wire speed.

Pressing the up/down buttons will now increase/

decrease the wire feed speed.

By simultaneously pressing both buttons once more,

the function mode can be changed back to job number.

LM2: Logi-Mig Control

Function:

Job Mode

Up/Down Control x 2

LM2

Depending on the chosen welding power source set up,

LM2 can control up to three welding functions.

The top and buttom buttons control one functions.

The left and right buttons can control up to two function.

Pressing the buttons simultaneously changes between the

two functions.

In 2 step mode the torch control functions are not operable

whilst welding. Changes to any function can only be made

at the start or end of the welding process.

SWPThe Uniarc Logi-Mig control system works by utilizing

analogue signals from simple switches mounted in the

torch handle which work in conjunction with the

micro-processors in the welding power source.

The system can facilitate changes to welding functions

like job number, amps, volts and arc length.

Two types of control unit are offered where adjustments

are generally made at the start or end of the welding

operation.

©All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted by any means,

electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise without the prior permission of ©Uniarc® the copyright holder.

Logi-Mig models explained

LM1: Logi-Mig Control

Function:

Job Mode

Up/Down Control

LM1

Depending on the chosen welding power source set up,

LM1 can control up to two welding functions.

Pressing both top and bottom buttons simultaneously

can change between those welding functions.

In 2 step mode the torch control functions are not

operable whilst welding. Changes to any function can only

be made at the start or end of the welding process.

In 4 step mode ( machine depending ) changes to the

welding parameters are possible whilst " on-arc ".

Example

In this example we will assume the machine maker has

selected job number and wire speed as the functions he

wants to control, with job number as the default setting.

Pressing the top and bottom buttons will increase /

decrease the job number.

By simultaneously pressing both buttons the function

mode can be changed from job number to wire speed.

Pressing the up/down buttons will now increase/

decrease the wire feed speed.

By simultaneously pressing both buttons once more,

the function mode can be changed back to job number.

LM2: Logi-Mig Control

Function:

Job Mode

Up/Down Control x 2

LM2

Depending on the chosen welding power source set up,

LM2 can control up to three welding functions.

The top and buttom buttons control one functions.

The left and right buttons can control up to two function.

Pressing the buttons simultaneously changes between the

two functions.

In 2 step mode the torch control functions are not operable

whilst welding. Changes to any function can only be made

at the start or end of the welding process.

The Uniarc Logi-Mig control system works by utilizing

analogue signals from simple switches mounted in the

torch handle which work in conjunction with the

micro-processors in the welding power source.

The system can facilitate changes to welding functions

like job number, amps, volts and arc length.

Two types of control unit are offered where adjustments

are generally made at the start or end of the welding

operation.

©All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted by any means,

electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise without the prior permission of ©Uniarc® the copyright holder.

Logi-Mig models explained

LM1: Logi-Mig Control

Function:

Job Mode

Up/Down Control

LM1

Depending on the chosen welding power source set up,

LM1 can control up to two welding functions.

Pressing both top and bottom buttons simultaneously

can change between those welding functions.

In 2 step mode the torch control functions are not

operable whilst welding. Changes to any function can only

be made at the start or end of the welding process.

In 4 step mode ( machine depending ) changes to the

welding parameters are possible whilst " on-arc ".

Example

In this example we will assume the machine maker has

selected job number and wire speed as the functions he

wants to control, with job number as the default setting.

Pressing the top and bottom buttons will increase /

decrease the job number.

By simultaneously pressing both buttons the function

mode can be changed from job number to wire speed.

Pressing the up/down buttons will now increase/

decrease the wire feed speed.

By simultaneously pressing both buttons once more,

the function mode can be changed back to job number.

LM2: Logi-Mig Control

Function:

Job Mode

Up/Down Control x 2

LM2

Depending on the chosen welding power source set up,

LM2 can control up to three welding functions.

The top and buttom buttons control one functions.

The left and right buttons can control up to two function.

Pressing the buttons simultaneously changes between the

two functions.

In 2 step mode the torch control functions are not operable

whilst welding. Changes to any function can only be made

at the start or end of the welding process.

SWP

LM2: Logi-Mig Control

Depending on the chosen welding power source set up,

LM2 can control up to three welding functions.

The top and buttom buttons control one functions.

The left and right buttons can control up to two functions.

Pressing the buttons simultaneously changes between the

two functions.

In 2 step mode the torch control functions are not

operable whilst welding. Changes to any function can only

be made at the start or end of the welding process.

In 4 step mode ( machine depending ) changes to the

welding parameters are possible whilst 'on-arc'.

Example

In this example we will assume the machine maker has

selected job number, amps and volts as the functions he

wants to control.

Pressing the top and bottom buttons are default set to

increase / decrease the job number.

Pressing the left and right buttons will increase / decrease

the amps.

By simultaneously pressing both left and right buttons the

function mode can be changed from amps to volts.

Pressing the left and right buttons will now increase /

decrease the voltage setting.

By simultaneously pressing both left and right buttons

once more, the function mode of the left and right buttons

can be changed back to amps.

Introduction to the Logi-Mig system

The SWP Logi-Mig control system works by utilising analogue signals from simple switches mounted in the torch handle

which work in conjunction with the micro-processors in the welding power source. The system can facilitate changes to

welding functions like job number, amps, volts and arc length. Two types of control unit are offered where adjustments

are generally made at the start or end of the welding operation.

LM1 LM2

Function:

Job Mode

Up/Down Control

Function:

Job Mode

Up/Down Control x 2

LM1: Logi-Mig Control

Depending on the chosen welding power source set up,

LM1 can control up to two welding functions.

Pressing both top and bottom buttons simultaneously can

change between those welding functions.

In 2 step mode the torch control functions are not

operable whilst welding. Changes to any function can

only be made at the start or end of the welding process.

In 4 step mode (machine depending) changes to the

welding parameters are possible whilst 'on-arc'.

Example

In this example we will assume the machine maker

has selected job number and wire speed as the functions

he wants to control, with job number as the default

setting.

Pressing the top and bottom buttons will increase /

decrease the job number.

By simultaneously pressing both buttons the function

mode can be changed from job number to wire speed.

Pressing the up/down buttons will now increase/decrease

the wire feed speed.

By simultaneously pressing both buttons once more, the

function mode can be changed back to job number.

MIG

WELDING

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