Amada's new CD-V series of welding power suppliesClick image to enlarge

Amada Miyachi America has announced the CD-V series of capacitive discharge power supplies and the TL-V series weld heads.

The CD-V series features a controllable dual pulse output and a colour 3.5 in. user interface. Typical applications include battery tab welding, interconnects, honeycomb tacking, fine wire to pad processes, jewelry repair and others.

Key features of the CD-V series include built-in peak current indication for immediate weld fire confirmation, pulse shaping with adjustable upslope to reduce expulsion during welds, an ultra-fast rise time for conductive material welding, and the ability to go rapid fire between pulses for quick welding of adjacent locations. In addition, the CD-V series can to store up to eight schedules at one time, giving the operator the ability to change readily between weld schedules. Other ease of use features include a weld counter, programmable squeeze time, and a push button rotary encoder for intuitive operation.

The CD-V series works with the following AMYA weld heads:   

  • Manual Cable Driven – models TL-V80F-E2-0A, TL-V88F-E2-0A
  • Standard Air Solenoid Driven – models TL-V80A-E2-0A, TL-V88A-E2-0A

The TL-V weld heads are designed to complement the new power supplies. There are four variants with air actuated and manual actuated motion. The heads are designed for robust usage and come standard with a robust stand and electrodes.

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