Capacitive Discharge (CD) power supplies provide a direct current pulse. The energy of the pulse can be pre-set through the controlled charging of a capacitor. The pulse shape can only be influenced to a limited extend. In many cases, these power supplies cover a wider spectrum of technological.
AMADA WELD TECH’s range of Advanced Dual Pulse Capacitive Discharge welders provides a new level of welding performance, with both advanced process monitoring and a simplified user interface. Its all-new design includes a proprietary charging unit to improve pulse-rise times and repetition rates. The built-in weld monitor with color display provides information at a glance on weld and process performance. Unique features such as programmable pulse polarity and upslope enable fast, easy setup and ensure that nugget formation and electrode wear are even during series welding, as well as alleviating weld splash. The ADP Series welders are ideal for welding conductive materials in applications such as the spot welding of batteries, tab welding, honeycomb welding and more!
The Dual Pulse Spot Welder Series are capacitive discharge power supplies (CD welder) that have been designed specifically for precision resistance spot welding applications such as battery pack welding. They are controlled by microprocessor, store multiple weld schedules, and provide consistent weld energy to the parts being joined. MIYACHI UNITEK’s dual-pulse spot welders deliver high-peak energy with fast rise times. This is particularly important when welding highly conductive materials such as copper and brass. The control system provides a highly stable output, independent of line voltage fluctuations which results in repeatable energy delivery from weld to weld. The short weld times of the Dual Pulse Series result in minimal deformation and marking to parts.
The CD-V series welders are high value, compact capacitive discharge welders featuring dual pulse output with full control of both pulses.
Key features include: Fully controllable dual pulse output; Adjustable pulse separation for process optimization; Rapid fire between pulses for quick welding of adjacent location; Ultrafast rise time for conductive material welding; Pulse rise time control; Peak current monitor indicates if weld occurred; Programmable squeeze time; Weld counter
Pulse: Adjustable between 0.1-150ms, default 15 ms
Max. output energy: 120Ws - 260Ws
Weld functions: Single pulse, dual pulse and roll spot
Hold time: Controlled via footswitch or handpiece
Send your sample to one of our technology centers in Europe for an evaluation. We will then determine which solution meets your needs best. AMADA WELD TECH offers feasibility testing and application consulting.