First battery Tig

  1. Revs1972

    Revs1972 Forum Supporter

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    Matt1978,
    Out of curiosity, can the tig function on my Micorstick 160 control be used when connected to the Mobilepower 1 battery power pack ?
     
  2. matt1978

    matt1978 www.lorch.eu

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    Yes you can use the Tig Function on the Battery, but bear in mind that it is no frills scratch tig, without HF etc.
     
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  3. Brad93

    Brad93 M J B Engineering

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    I’ll have to try one of these machines they look better than my Micorstick
     
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  4. Richard.

    Richard. Forum Supporter

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    They have lots of advantages over the Micor stick 160 brad. For one it’s dual voltage
    2 it’s a hf, pulse dc tig set.

    There is the Micorstick 180 dual voltage coming out as well mate if you didn’t need the tig.
    Same as yours but again dual voltage and another 20 amps on tap.
     
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  5. balmerchris

    balmerchris barnacle picker

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    By dual voltage do you mean 110v and 240v?
     
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  6. Richard.

    Richard. Forum Supporter

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    Yeah. 3 supplies possible to run them.
    110v
    230v
    Battery
     
  7. bwservices Member

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    we already know the guy who designed the fronius transpocket 1500 resonant technology shifted to Lorch(from Matt),and retwigged it to become the Micor 160

    was the battery welder another of his designs,seeing as only Lorch and Fronius again have variants of it?(albeit very different designs)
     
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