GYS 200 4XL - Some Function Settings Help

  1. Ian-Essex Member

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    Hi,

    Just taken delivery of a new GYS 200 4XL and notice the synergic mig setting only goes to 4mm is this correct?

    Also on the mig manual setting it will only let me adjust voltage and wire speed, I'm guessing you don't set the amps?

    Thanks - Ian
     
  2. Neil Burton

    Neil Burton Member

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    Hi Ian,

    The Mig synergic setting does have a maximum thickness of 4.0mm. However, this is calculated in a "T" fillet position, so the actual thickness Max setting is 6.0mm. this is because when welding a "T" fillet, you add the plate thickness of one plate to half the thickness of the joining plate.

    like most synergic control welding machines, the thickness setting is only a guide and never absolute. this is simply because the machine does not know what type of joint or position you are trying to achieve but it is a good base line setting for the AMPS, VOLTS and WireSpeed that you would normally have to set independently.

    In the Manual mode on the Multi Pearl, you do only have to set the welding Voltage and desirable wire speed. the Welding Amperage is determined by the Voltage and wirespeed as the Multi Pearl is a Inverter welding machine.

    I hope this information is of help...

    kind regards,

    Neil Burton
     
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  3. Ian-Essex Member

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    Thanks for your reply Neil......is there a guide / cross reference anywhere that has some approximate figures for the manual mode?
     
    Last edited: May 13, 2020
  4. Neil Burton

    Neil Burton Member

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    Hi Ian,

    there are a few tables online that indicate the welding voltage and wirefeed speed marriage. I'm not aware of any tables available in the GYS documentation.

    As a recommendation, you can set the welding voltage - then adjust the wirefeed speed upwards from a low speed setting to find the correct wire/voltage marriage.

    I hope this is of help...

    best regards,

    neil
     
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