Does it convert straight DC to HF with post flow etc?
Basically it adds HF and gas control to a power source (stick welder) so you can use it as a tig.
If you don't need the 300a then for that money I would just buy a tig welder
GYS do one now.
No idea how much it is.
Thank you, does seem a lot of beer tokens.......
The Kemppi LHF3 and LHF5 are similar TIG & HF add-on units:
You could get a cheap add-on box here:
( However, that last one only provides "High Frequently Until" .... !! )
Just trying to work out the best way to get DC tig as scratch just does not work for me, weather to get an add on unit or save my pennies for the R Tech 160 ? Hmmmm decisions
Valved tig torch, a car starter contactor and a boiler ignition transformer
It's something I can do
dont you need something to stop the hf going back into the power source if its not making the welding circuit
like a 3 point safety gap
Not in my experience with 2 off the shelf HF boxes and my home made one. Just hook it up and go
This is correct, GYS has launched last year the EXATIG, which is a universal high frequency (HF) generator for TIG welding on a range of DC current generators. The EXATIG allows HF arc ignition, gas synchronization, torch management and gas flow.
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