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    WFX
    200, 300
    200 P Fe, 300 P Fe
    200 P Ss, 300 P Ss
    200 AMC, 300 AMC
    200-T, 300 P-T, 300-T

    Operating manual

    EN

    Brugsanvisning

    DA

    Gebrauchsanweisung

    DE

    Manual de instrucciones

    ES

    Käyttöohje

    FI

    Manuel d’utilisation
    Manuale d’uso

    FR
    IT

    Gebruiksaanwijzing

    NL

    Bruksanvisning

    NO

    Instrukcja obsługi

    PL

    Manual de utilização

    PT

    Инструкции по эксплуатации

    RU

    Bruksanvisning

    SV

    操作手册

    ZH



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    OPERATING MANUAL
    English



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    CONTENTS
    1. Introduction.................................................................................................. 3
    1.1 General. ............................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
    1.2 About WFX wire feeders. .............. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

    2. Installation..................................................................................................... 4

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    2.1
    2.2
    2.3
    2.4
    2.5
    2.6
    2.7
    2.8
    2.9
    2.10
    2.11
    2.12
    2.13
    2.14
    2.15
    2.16
    2.17

    Machine introduction. ................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
    Connecting cables. ......................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
    Assembly of MIG/MAG system. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
    Accessories corresponding to wire diameter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
    Welding gun selection................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
    Mounting and locking of wire spool.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
    Loading the filler wire and automatic feed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
    GT04 wire feed mechanism. ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
    DuraTorque™ 400, 4-wheel wire feed mechanism.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
    Adjustment of pressure arms...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
    Adjustment of spool brake. ......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
    Burn back time. ................................ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
    Earth return cable............................ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
    Shielding gas..................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
    Main switch I/O. ............................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
    Operation of cooling unit, Cool X.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
    Hanging kit. ....................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

    3.

    XF 37 and XF 38 control panel............................................................... 16

    3.1 Connecting and mounting. ......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
    3.2 Layout. ................................................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
    3.3 Button functions. ............................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
    3.4 Welding software. ........................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
    3.5 Arc voltage display.......................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

    4. Basic troubleshooting......... ..................................................................... 25
    5. Maintenance............................................................................................... 27
    5.1 Daily maintenance. ......................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
    5.2 Periodic maintenance. ................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
    5.3 Service Workshop maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

    6.
    7.
    8.

    2

    Disposal of the machine.......................................................................... 28
    Ordering codes..................... ..................................................................... 28
    Technical data............................................................................................. 32

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    1.

    INTRODUCTION

    1.1 General
    Congratulations on choosing the Kemppi WFX welding equipment. Used correctly, Kemppi
    products can significantly increase the productivity of your welding, and provide years of
    economical service.
    This operating manual contains important information on the use, maintenance and safety of
    your Kemppi product. The technical specifications of the equipment can be found at the end
    of the manual.
    Please read the operating manual and the safety instructions booklet carefully before using
    the equipment for the first time. For your own safety and that of your working environment,
    pay particular attention to the safety instructions in the manual.
    For more information on Kemppi products, contact Kemppi Oy, consult an authorised Kemppi
    dealer, or visit the Kemppi web site at www.kemppi.com.
    The specifications presented in this manual are subject to change without prior notice.
    Important notes
    Items in the manual that require particular attention in order to minimise damage and
    personal harm are indicated with the ’NOTE!’ notation. Read these sections carefully and follow
    their instructions.

    EN

    Disclaimer
    While every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in this guide
    is accurate and complete, no liability can be accepted for any errors or omissions. Kemppi
    reserves the right to change the specification of the product described at any time without
    prior notice. Do not copy, record, reproduce or transmit the contents of this guide without
    prior permission from Kemppi.

    1.2 About WFX wire feeders
    Kemppi WFX 200 and 300 are basic wire feeders for regular pulse welding. They are equipped
    with the WiseFusion™ welding process and are best suitable for basic MIG/MAG welding
    purposes with robust thick metal plates.
    Kemppi WFX 200 P Fe, WFX 300 P Fe, WFX 200 P Ss and WFX 300 P Ss are wire feeders for
    more demanding professional use for example in pipe welding. They are equipped with the
    WiseRoot+™ welding process developed especially for efficient root welding on pipes and
    plates. Based on the model chosen, the wire feeder comes with either steel (Fe) or stainless
    steel (Ss) pack preinstalled.
    Kemppi WFX 200 AMC and 300 AMC are wire feeders designed for demanding professional
    use featuring most of the Kemppi software options available. They are equipped for example
    with the WiseThin+™ welding process, developed especially for efficient welding for thin
    sheets and position welding, also with CO2 shielding gas.
    WFX 200 AMC and 300 AMC wire feeders can also be controlled in conjunction with FastMig
    X power sources through Kemppi's ARC Mobile Control, which is a tablet computer based
    wireless control interface. The required ARC Mobile Control adapter is included with the AMC
    wire feeder models and provided as an option for the rest of the WFX wire feeders.
    If a customer needs a specific set of software for their production, there is a tailored wire
    feeder option available. With a special configuration tool customers can select the desired
    software products to be factory-installed on the wire feeder, or they can just order an empty
    wire feeder with no software pre-installed and only MIG welding enabled.
    WFX wire feeders can be used with FastMig X power sources.
    Operation of the wire feeder is controlled and adjusted by microprocessor. By adding an
    optional synchronization unit MXF Sync 65, the SuperSnake sub-feeder device may be
    connected to the WFX 300 series wire feeders (not available for WFX 200 series).

    © Kemppi Oy / 1736

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    2.

    INSTALLATION

    2.1 Machine introduction
    WFX 300 P Fe, WFX 300 P Ss, WFX 300 P-T

    WFX 300, WFX 300 AMC, WFX 300-T

    2.

    2.

    1.
    1.

    6.

    EN

    4.

    5.

    3.

    4.

    5.

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.

    3.

    Control panel
    ON/OFF button
    Euro gun connection
    Voltage sensing cable connection
    Remote control connection
    Sub-feeder sync connector (kit optional)

    7.

    7.
    8.

    8.
    9.

    9.
    10.

    10.
    11.

    7.
    8.
    9.
    10.
    11.

    4

    Shielding gas connection
    Control cable connection
    Measurement cable connection
    Welding current cable connection
    Lead-in and clamping of cooling
    liquid hoses

    7.
    8.
    9.
    10.

    Shielding gas connection
    Measurement cable connection
    Control cable connection
    Welding current cable connection

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    WFX 200, WFX 200 P Fe, WFX 200 P Ss, WFX 200 AMC and WFX 200-T

    1.
    6.
    5.
    9.
    3.

    7.

    4.

    2.
    8.
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.

    Control panel
    Remote control connector
    Voltage sensing cable connection
    Euro gun connector
    Shielding gas connection
    Connection for control cable

    © Kemppi Oy / 1736



    7.
    8.
    9.

    Welding current cable connector
    Lead-in and clamping of cooling
    liquid hoses
    Measurement cable connection

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    2.2 Connecting cables
    2.2.1 Liquid-cooled system: FastMig X + WFX + Cool X
    5.
    11.
    4.

    V

    6.
    1.
    7.

    8.
    10.

    V

    2.

    EN

    3.
    9.
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.
    8.
    9.
    10.
    11.

    WFX wire feed unit
    FastMig X power source
    Cool X cooling unit and power connection
    Gas supply
    MMA electrode holder
    Remote control device
    Liquid-cooled welding gun
    Power cable
    Earth return cable and clamp
    Measurement cable (from power source to wire feeder)
    Voltage sensing cable (from wire feeder to work piece)

    NOTE! WFX wire feeders can also be used with FastMig Pulse power source, but in that case
    measurement cable and voltage sensing cable will not be used.

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    2.2.2 Air-cooled system: FastMig X + WFX
    4.
    10.
    3.

    V

    5.
    1.
    6.

    7.
    9.

    V

    2.

    8.
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.
    8.
    9.
    10.

    EN

    WFX wire feed unit
    FastMig X power source
    Gas supply
    MMA electrode holder
    Remote control device
    Air-cooled welding gun
    Power cable
    Earth return cable and clamp
    Measurement cable (from power source to wire feeder)
    Voltage sensing cable (from wire feeder to work piece)

    NOTE! WFX wire feeders can also be used with FastMig Pulse power source, but in that case
    measurement cable and voltage sensing cable will not be used.

    © Kemppi Oy / 1736

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    2.3 Assembly of MIG/MAG system
    Assemble the units in the order mentioned below. Follow the additional mounting and
    operation instructions delivered with each package.
    1. Installation of power source
    Read and follow the installation instructions given in the FastMig power source operating
    manual.
    2. Mounting of power sources to transport cart
    Read and follow the instructions given in the transport cart assembly instructions.
    3. Mounting the FastMig WFX wire feed unit to the power source
    Remove the cover sticker on top of the power source. Screw the fastening pivot into the
    power source – hand tighten only. Place the supplied plastic spacers over the pivot. Lift the
    WFX wire feeder into place, locating over the pivot.

    EN

    4. Connecting cables
    Connect the cables in accordance with the equipment notes provided in this manual.
    The polarity of the welding wire (+ or –) can be selected by connecting the wire feed unit to
    either the positive or negative power source terminals.
    Most MIG/MAG applications run the wire feed unit connected to the positive terminal of the
    power source.
    5. Mounting FastMig wire feed units to boom and swing arms
    When mounting wire feed units to boom and swing arms, the unit must be electrically
    isolated from both.
    Suspension angle of wire feed unit can be changed by moving the fixing point in handle.

    2.4 Accessories corresponding to wire diameter
    Colour coded wire feed rolls and guide tubes are available to suit a variety of filler wire types
    and sizes. Feed roll groove geometry and design vary depending on the application. Further
    details are available in the spare parts tables.
    Please ensure you select the correct drive rolls and guide tubes from the table to suit your
    particular welding application.

    2.5 Welding gun selection
    Please ensure that the welding gun selected is suitable for the target application. Kemppi
    welding gun products are designed to meet many different applications. Special wire liners
    and contact tips are available for different wire types and sizes.
    For FastMig X pipe welding package Kemppi offers the PMT MN welding gun model, which is
    specially designed for welding root and fill passes on pipe. The neck is replaceable, so you can
    select just the right bending angle for different work stages.
    Distance wire feeding is accommodated with WeldSnake and SuperSnake products in either
    air or liquid cooled models.

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    2.6 Mounting and locking of wire spool

    EN

    NOTE! Check that in filler wire spool is correctly mounted and locked into position. Ensure the spool
    is not damaged or deformed in such a way that it can rub or chaff against the internal surface of
    the wire feed unit chassis or door. This may result in increased drag, impacting on weld quality. This
    may also result in long term wire feed unit damage, rendering the unit unserviceable or unsafe to
    use.

    2.7 Loading the filler wire and automatic feed
    Automatic wire feed makes wire spool changes faster. When changing the wire spool, the
    pressure of feed rolls need not be released.
    Simply ensure that the groove of the feed roll matches the diameter of filler wire used. Release
    the wire end from the spool and cut off any deformed section. Be careful that the wire does
    not spill from the spool sides.
    Straighten about 20 cm of filler wire and ensure the tip has no sharp edges. File if necessary, as
    a sharp wire edge may damage the wire gun liner - particularly softer plastic liners.
    Present the filler wire tip to the back of the wire feed rolls and press the wire inch switch on
    the wire feeder panel. Feed the wire to the gun contact tip and prepare to weld.
    NOTE! Smaller diameter filler wires may need to be loaded manually and with the feed roll pressure
    arms released. This is because it is easy to over estimate the pressure required to feed these smaller
    filler wires. Too high feed roll pressures can easily deform filler wires and contribute to later feeding
    problems.

    © Kemppi Oy / 1736

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    2.8 GT04 wire feed mechanism
    This is used in WFX 300 P Fe, WFX 300 P Ss and WFX 300 P-T wire feeders.

    Wire guide tubes
    Al, Ss (Fe, Mc, Fc)
    plastic

    Fe, Mc, Fc
    metal

    EN

    10

    ø mm

    outlet tube

    middle tube

    inlet tube

    0.6

    SP007285

    SP007273

    SP007293

    0.8 – 0.9

    SP007286

    SP007274

    SP007294

    1.0

    SP007287

    SP007275

    SP007295

    1.2

    SP007288

    SP007276

    SP007296

    1.4

    SP007289

    SP007277

    SP007297

    1.6

    SP007290

    SP007278

    SP007298

    2.0

    SP007291

    SP007279

    SP007299

    2.4

    SP007292

    SP007280

    SP007300

    0.8 – 0.9

    SP007454

    SP007465

    SP007536

    1.0

    SP007455

    SP007466

    SP007537

    1.2

    SP007456

    SP007467

    SP007538

    1.4 – 1.6

    SP007458

    SP007469

    SP007539

    2.0

    SP007459

    SP007470

    SP007540

    2.4

    SP007460

    SP007471

    SP007541

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    Wire feed rolls, plastic
    Fe, Ss, (Al, Mc, Fc)
    V-groove

    Fc, Mc, (Fe)

    V-groove, knurled

    Al, (Fc, Mc, Ss, Fe)
    U-groove

    ø mm

    lower

    upper

    0.6

    W001045

    W001046

    0.8 – 0.9

    W001047

    W001048

    1.0

    W000675

    W000676

    1.2

    W000960

    W000961

    1.4

    W001049

    W001050

    1.6

    W001051

    W001052

    2.0

    W001053

    W001054

    2.4

    W001055

    W001056

    1.0

    W001057

    W001058

    1.2

    W001059

    W001060

    1.4 – 1.6

    W001061

    W001062

    2.0

    W001063

    W001064

    2.4

    W001065

    W001066

    1.0

    W001067

    W001068

    1.2

    W001069

    W001070

    1.6

    W001071

    W001072

    ø mm

    lower

    upper

    0.8 – 0.9

    W006074

    W006075

    1.0

    W006076

    W006077

    1.2

    W004754

    W004753

    1.4

    W006078

    W006079

    1.0

    W006080

    W006081

    1.2

    W006082

    W006083

    1.4 – 1.6

    W006084

    W006085

    2.0

    W006086

    W006087

    1.0

    W006088

    W006089

    1.2

    W006090

    W006091

    1.6

    W006092

    W006093

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    Wire feed rolls, metal
    Fe, Ss, (Al, Mc, Fc)
    V-groove

    Fc, Mc, (Fe)

    V-groove, knurled

    Fc, Mc, Ss, Fe
    U-groove

    NOTE! Mount the lower feed roll, ensuring that the pin on the shaft fits in the cut on the feed roll.

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    2.9 DuraTorque™ 400, 4-wheel wire feed mechanism
    This is used in WFX 200, WFX 200 P Fe, WFX 200 P Ss, WFX 200 AMC, WFX 300,
    WFX 300 AMC, WFX 200-T and WFX 300-T wire feeders.

    Wire guide tubes
    Ss, Al,
    (Fe, Mc, Fc)
    plastic

    EN

    Fe, Mc, Fc
    metal

    ø mm

    outlet tube

    middle tube

    inlet tube

    0.6

    SP007437

    SP007429

    SP007293

    0.8 – 0.9

    SP007438

    SP007430

    SP007294

    1.0

    SP007439

    SP007431

    SP007295

    1.2

    SP007440

    SP007432

    SP007296

    1.4

    SP007441

    SP007433

    SP007297

    1.6

    SP007442

    SP007434

    SP007298

    2.0

    SP007443

    SP007435

    SP007299

    2.4

    SP007444

    SP007436

    SP007300

    0.8 – 0.9

    SP007454

    SP007465

    SP007536

    1.0

    SP007455

    SP007466

    SP007537

    1.2

    SP007456

    SP007467

    SP007538

    1.4 – 1.6

    SP007458

    SP007469

    SP007539

    2.0

    SP007459

    SP007470

    SP007540

    2.4

    SP007460

    SP007471

    SP007541

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    Wire feed rolls, plastic
    Fe, Ss,
    (Al, Mc, Fc)
    V-groove

    Fc, Mc, (Fe)

    V-groove, knurled

    Al, (Fc, Mc, Ss, Fe)
    U-groove

    ø mm

    lower

    upper

    0.6

    W001045

    W001046

    0.8 – 0.9

    W001047

    W001048

    1.0

    W000675

    W000676

    1.2

    W000960

    W000961

    1.4

    W001049

    W001050

    1.6

    W001051

    W001052

    2.0

    W001053

    W001054

    2.4

    W001055

    W001056

    1.0

    W001057

    W001058

    1.2

    W001059

    W001060

    1.4 – 1.6

    W001061

    W001062

    2.0

    W001063

    W001064

    2.4

    W001065

    W001066

    1.0

    W001067

    W001068

    1.2

    W001069

    W001070

    1.6

    W001071

    W001072

    ø mm

    lower

    upper

    0.8 – 0.9

    W006074

    W006075

    1.0

    W006076

    W006077

    1.2

    W004754

    W004753

    1.4

    W006078

    W006079

    1.0

    W006080

    W006081

    1.2

    W006082

    W006083

    1.4 – 1.6

    W006084

    W006085

    2.0

    W006086

    W006087

    1.0

    W006088

    W006089

    1.2

    W006090

    W006091

    1.6

    W006092

    W006093

    EN

    Wire feed rolls, metal
    Fe, Ss,
    (Al, Mc, Fc)
    V-groove

    Fc, Mc, (Fe)

    V-groove, knurled

    Al, (Fc, Mc, Ss, Fe)
    U-groove

    NOTE! Mount the lower feed roll, ensuring that the pin on the shaft fits in the cut on the feed roll.

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    2.10 Adjustment of pressure arms
    Adjust the drive pressure to the filler wire with the thumb screws mounted over the pressure
    arms. Notice the graduated scales indicating load. The load applied should be sufficient to
    overcome a light braking force applied by hand to the filler wire, as it exits the welding gun
    contact tip.
    For smaller diameter and soft filler wires, less feed pressure is required. It should be possible to
    apply a light breaking force to the filler wire by hand, as it exits the gun contact tip. But slightly
    more wire flow restriction should render the drives rolls to slip slightly over the filler wire
    without deforming the wire.
    NOTE! Excessive pressure causes flattening of the filler wire and damage to coated or cored filler
    wires. It also causes undue wear of the feed rolls and increases gearbox load, so reducing service
    life.

    2.11 Adjustment of spool brake
    Brake force is adjusted through the hole behind the locking clip. Remove the locking clip by
    hand, and adjust the tension and pressure to the friction pads mounted inside with a screw
    driver. See diagram and location A.

    EN
    A

    The load applied varies depending on the size and weight of the filler wire and spool, but also
    the filler wire feed speed set. The heavier the wire spool and the faster the feed speed, the
    greater the need to increase the braking load. Adjust the pressure, secure the locking clip, set
    the wire feed speed and check that the braking force is enough to ensure the filler wire does
    not spill from the spool on overrun.
    NOTE! Too much or unnecessary loads can impact welding quality, load and wear to the wire feed
    system.

    2.12 Burn back time
    FastMig electronics controls the burn back time. When welding stops an automatic sequence
    ensures that the filler wire does not stick to the work piece and that no ball is formed at the
    wire tip, ensuring reliable re-ignition. This system works regardless of the wire feed speed.

    2.13 Earth return cable
    Preferably the earth return cable and clamp should be connected directly to the welding
    material.
    Always use a good quality, 70 mm² heavy copper cable, and if possible a screw type 600 A
    clamp. Ensure that the surface contact to the work piece is clean of metal oxide and or paint.
    Make sure the clamp is firmly secured.

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    2.14 Shielding gas
    NOTE! Handle shielding gas bottle with care. Assess the risks associated with handling and using
    compressed gas. Always use a cylinder transport carriage and secure the cylinder safely.

    There are many different suppliers of quality shielding gases for welding. Please ensure that
    you are selecting the correct gas for your application. FastMig products use welding programs
    for synergic and pulsed welding. These programs are created and recommend against a
    particular shielding gas.
    Shielding gas effects welding performance and is a fundamental component to overall weld
    quality.
    20
    15
    10

    5
    l/min

    EN
    M
    T

    M
    32

    NOTE! Shielding gas flow rate from the welding gun is set according to the application, weld joint,
    gas type and gas nozzle shape and size. The flow rate should be measured at the welding gun
    nozzle before welding via a rotameter, and normally measure's between 10 – 20 litres per minute
    for many welding applications.

    2.14.1 Installing gas bottle
    Always fasten the gas bottle properly in the vertical position, in a special holder against the
    wall or on a cylinder carriage. Remember to close gas bottle valve after welding.
    Parts of gas flow regulator
    1

    6
    3

    7
    2
    5
    4
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.

    Gas bottle valve
    Flow regulation screw
    Connecting nut
    Hose tail
    Hose tail nut
    Gas bottle pressure gauge
    Shielding gas flow meter

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    2.15 Main switch I/O
    When you turn the main switch of the FastMig power source into I-position, the pilot lamp
    closest to this switch will illuminate, indicating the power source is ready for welding. The
    equipment will return to the same operation state where it was before the last shutdown.
    Always start and switch off the machine with the main switch, never use the mains plug as a
    switch.

    2.16 Operation of cooling unit, Cool X
    When liquid-cooling unit Cool X is connected to the FastMig power source for the first time,
    the cooler function is normally active. To deselect the cooler function, follow the instructions
    stated in the Cool X operating manual.

    2.17 Hanging kit
    The WFX wire feeders can be mounted on a welding boom using the KFH 1000 hanging
    device available as an accessory. This allows the wire feed unit to be suspended above the
    work area.

    EN

    3.

    XF 37 AND XF 38 CONTROL PANEL

    3.1 Connecting and mounting

    Fasten the ribbon cable connector from the WFX wire feed unit to the control panel. Attach
    the yellow-green earth lead into the fork connector on the XF control panel.

    +

    XF 37

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    3.2 Layout
    NOTE! The button layout is the same in both, XF 37 and XF 38 panels.

    2.

    1.

    3.

    4.

    10.
    11.

    CH REMOTE

    CHANNEL

    4T
    2T

    PANEL
    241
    W007

    XF 37

    5. 6.

    7.

    8.

    EN

    9.

    1.
    2.

    ON/OFF button
    Activates MIG welding dynamics (short press)
    Selects the active wire feeder, if several wire feeders exist (long press)
    3. Gas test
    4. Wire inch
    5. Selects the previous memory channel
    6. Selects the next memory channel (short press)
    Locks selected memory channel (long press)
    7. Selects welding gun trigger mode (short press) or turns MatchLog function ON/OFF
    8. Selects crater fill, hot start (short press) or MMA/CC/CV (long press)
    9. Selects panel control, gun control unit or hand-held control unit (short press).
    Turns memory channel remote selection ON/OFF (long press).
    10. Power control knob
    11. Arc length and voltage control knob.
    Automatic weld data display
    Last recorded welding values are displayed post welding.
    Voltage display
    Voltage display will show arc voltage if selected from the setup panel. Voltage display's last
    dot indicates that arc voltage display is selected (for example 23.5. V). If arc voltage feature is
    not used, pole voltage of the power source is shown.

    3.3 Button functions
    3.3.1 ON/OFF button (1)

    Short press: control panel returns to initial display.
    Long press: control panel is turned ON or OFF.
    NOTE! When wire feeder XF 37 / XF 38 control panel is turned ON, also the power source control
    panel X 37 turns on and links automatically to this wire feeder.
    CH REMOTE

    CHANNEL

    17

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    2

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    2T



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    3.3.2 Dynamics button (2)

    Short press: Dynamics setting for 1-MIG, synergic MIG and CC/CV. ArcForce setting for MMA.
    Long press: Wire feeder number selection. If there is more than one wire feeder connected to
    the system, you can select which of them is active. Each wire feeder has its own number (1–3).
    NOTE! Wire feeder number is not available in MMA, CC and CV processes.

    3.3.3 Gas test button (3)

    CH REMOTE

    CHANNEL

    4T
    2T

    PANEL

    241

    W007

    This button displays the gas test time. You can change it with the control knob.
    Gas test starts when the time adjustment is made, after a short delay.
    You can stop gas test by pressing any button.
    XF 37

    EN

    3.3.4 Wire inch button (3)

    EMOTE

    ANNEL

    4T

    241

    W007

    This button starts feeding the wire with the default speed of 5.0 m/min. The wire feed stops
    PANEL
    2Tyou
    CH
    REMOTE
    when
    release the button.
    You CHANNEL
    can change the wire feed speed with the control knob. The changed speed is used if you
    press the button again.
    XF 37
    4T

    3.3.5 Channel down button (5)

    2T

    PANEL
    W007

    CHANNEL

    This button selects the previous memory channel that can beXF
    found.
    37
    PANEL

    W007

    4T
    2T

    241

    CH REMOTE

    4T

    3.3.6 Channel up button (6)2T

    W007

    241

    PANEL
    241

    XF 37

    Short press: Selects the next memory channel that XF
    can 37
    be found.
    Long press: Locks or unlocs the selected memory channel. No parameter changes are allowed
    to a locked memory channel.

    EMOTE

    3.3.7 2T/4T button (7)

    ANNEL

    PANEL
    241
    W007

    4T
    2T

    XF 37
    Short press: Toggles between
    2T or 4T gun trigger mode.
    Long press: Turns MatchLog ON/OFF. This can be either MatchChannel or Minilog
    functionality, depending on which one is defined in the selected memory channel. If neither
    one is defined, this selection is unavailable.

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    3.3.8 Extra functions button (8)

    H REMOTE

    CHANNEL

    4T
    2T

    PANEL
    241

    W007

    XF 37Crater fill or Hot start function.
    Short press: Selects
    Long press: Turns MMA/CC/CV mode ON/OFF.

    3.3.9 Remote Selection Button (9)
    4T
    2T

    PANEL
    241

    W007

    XF 37
    Short
    press: Toggles the control between the control panel, gun remote control unit and
    hand-held remote control unit.

    EN

    NOTE! If RemoteAutoRecog setting is ON in X 37 control panel, you can select only those remote
    controls, which can be found in the system.

    Long press: Turns the memory channel remote selection ON/OFF. This is available only if you
    have selected either gun remote control unit or hand-held remote control unit. Not available
    in MMA/CC/CV mode.

    3.3.10 Power control knob (10)

    CH REMOTE

    CHANNEL

    241

    W007

    This control knob adjusts
    • wire feed
    4T speed or power in MIG/MAG processes (before or during welding)
    • MMA/CC
    PANEL or during welding)
    2T current level (before
    • selected parameter values.

    3.3.11 Arc length and voltageXFcontrol
    knob (11)
    37

    CH REMOTE

    CHANNEL

    PANEL
    241

    W007

    4T
    2T

    This control knob adjusts the arc length, voltage or selected parameter values before or
    during welding.

    XF 37

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    3.4 Welding software
    The FastMig WFX wire feeders are compatible with the following modified welding processes
    and functions
    • WiseRoot+™ is a modified welding process for open gap root welding without backing.
    • WiseThin+™ is a modified welding process developed especially for efficient welding for
    thin sheets and position welding, also with the CO2 shielding gas.
    • WiseFusion™ is a welding function for ensuring consistent weld quality in all positions.
    • WisePenetration™ is a welding function for delivering constant welding power
    regardless of changes in the stick out length.
    • MatchLog™ contains MiniLog™ function and the MatchChannel™ function for quickly
    changing welding parameters on the run.

    EN

    Wire feeder
    WFX 200, 300

    Factory-installed

    WFX 200 P Fe, 300 P Fe

    WiseFusion, WiseRoot+, MatchLog
    Pipe Steel pack FE

    WFX 200 P Ss, 300 P Ss
    WFX 200 AMC, 300 AMC

    WiseFusion, WiseRoot+, MatchLog, Pipe Stainless pack Ss

    WFX 200-T, 300 P-T, 300-T

    MIG as standard. Other welding software factory-installed according to order.

    WiseFusion
    WorkPack

    WiseFusion, WisePenetration, WiseThin+, MatchLog,
    Steel Pack, Steel Pack for WiseThin+, Stainless Steel Pack, Aluminium Pack

    If your welding needs change and you wish to update your system in the future, you can order
    additional welding programs or other welding software and load them to your system with
    Kemppi DataGun field programming device. Optional features can be purchased through
    Kemppi DataStore.
    For further information about the available welding programs, modified processes
    and special enhanced arc performance solutions, visit Kemppi web site at
    www.kemppi.com or contact the local Kemppi dealer.
    PIPE STAINLESS PACK

    20

    Group

    Material

    Wire ø (mm) Shielding gas

    Process

    Number

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    0.8

    Ar+2%CO₂

    WiseRoot+

    S01

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    0.9

    Ar+2%CO₂

    WiseRoot+

    S02

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.0

    Ar+2%CO₂

    WiseRoot+

    S03

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    Ar+2%CO₂

    WiseRoot+

    S04

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    0.8

    Ar+2%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S01

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    0.9

    Ar+2%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S02

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.0

    Ar+2%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S03

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    Ar+2%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S04

    Ss

    FC-CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S84

    Ss

    FC-CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    S85

    Ss

    MC-CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    Ar+2%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S87

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    0.8

    Ar+2%CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    S01

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    0.9

    Ar+2%CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    S02

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.0

    Ar+2%CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    S06

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    Ar+2%CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    S04

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.0

    Ar+He+CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    S26

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    Ar+He+CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

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    PIPE STEEL PACK

    Group

    Material

    Wire ø (mm) Shielding gas

    Process

    Number

    Fe

    Fe

    0.8

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    WiseRoot+

    F01

    Fe

    Fe

    0.9

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    WiseRoot+

    F02

    Fe

    Fe

    1.0

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    WiseRoot+

    F03

    Fe

    Fe

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    WiseRoot+

    F04

    Fe

    Fe

    0.8

    CO₂

    WiseRoot+

    F21

    Fe

    Fe

    0.9

    CO₂

    WiseRoot+

    F22

    Fe

    Fe

    1.0

    CO₂

    WiseRoot+

    F23

    Fe

    Fe

    1.2

    CO₂

    WiseRoot+

    F24

    Fe

    Fe Metal

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    WiseRoot+

    M04

    Fe

    Fe Metal

    1.2

    CO₂

    WiseRoot+

    M24

    Fe

    Fe

    0.8

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    F01

    Fe

    Fe

    0.9

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    F02

    Fe

    Fe

    1.0

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    F03

    Fe

    Fe

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    F04

    Fe

    Fe

    0.8

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    F21

    Fe

    Fe

    0.9

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    F22

    Fe

    Fe

    1.0

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    F23

    Fe

    Fe

    1.2

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    F24

    Fe

    Fe Metal

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    M04

    Fe

    Fe Metal

    1.2

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    M24

    Fe

    Fe Rutil

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    R04

    Fe

    Fe Rutil

    1.2

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    R14

    Fe

    Fe

    1.6

    InnerShield

    1-MIG

    R56

    Fe

    Fe

    2.0

    InnerShield

    1-MIG

    R57

    Fe

    Fe

    2.4

    InnerShield

    1-MIG

    R58

    EN

    STEEL PACK FOR WISETHIN+

    Group

    Material

    Wire ø (mm) Shielding gas

    Process

    Number

    Fe

    Fe

    0.8

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    WiseThin+

    F01

    Fe

    Fe

    0.9

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    WiseThin+

    F02

    Fe

    Fe

    1.0

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    WiseThin+

    F03

    Fe

    Fe

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    WiseThin+

    F04

    Fe

    Fe

    0.8

    CO₂

    WiseThin+

    F21

    Fe

    Fe

    0.9

    CO₂

    WiseThin+

    F22

    Fe

    Fe

    1.0

    CO₂

    WiseThin+

    F23

    Fe

    Fe

    1.2

    CO₂

    WiseThin+

    F24

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    WORK PACK

    EN

    Group

    Material

    Wire ø (mm) Shielding gas

    Process

    Number

    Al

    AlMg5

    1.2

    Ar

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    A02

    Al

    AlSi5

    1.2

    Ar

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    A12

    Fe

    Fe

    1.0

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    F03

    Fe

    Fe

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    F04

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.0

    Ar+2%CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    S06

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    Ar+2%CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    S04

    Al

    AlMg5

    1.2

    Ar

    1-MIG

    A02

    Al

    AlSi5

    1.2

    Ar

    1-MIG

    A12

    Fe

    Fe

    0.9

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    F02

    Fe

    Fe

    1.0

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    F03

    Fe

    Fe

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    F04

    Fe

    Fe

    0.9

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    F22

    Fe

    Fe

    1.0

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    F23

    Fe

    Fe

    1.2

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    F24

    Fe

    Fe Metal

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    M04

    Fe

    Fe Metal

    1.2

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    M24

    Fe

    Fe Rutil

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    R04

    Fe

    Fe Rutil

    1.2

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    R14

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.0

    Ar+2%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S03

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    Ar+2%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S04

    Ss

    FC-CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S84

    ALUMINIUM PACK

    22

    Group

    Material

    Wire ø (mm) Shielding gas

    Process

    Number

    Al

    AlMg5

    1.0

    Ar

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    A01

    Al

    AlMg5

    1.2

    Ar

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    A02

    Al

    AlMg5

    1.6

    Ar

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    A03

    Al

    AlSi5

    1.0

    Ar

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    A11

    Al

    AlSi5

    1.2

    Ar

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    A12

    Al

    AlSi5

    1.6

    Ar

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    A13

    Al

    AlMg5

    1.0

    Ar

    1-MIG

    A01

    Al

    AlMg5

    1.2

    Ar

    1-MIG

    A02

    Al

    AlMg5

    1.6

    Ar

    1-MIG

    A03

    Al

    AlSi5

    1.0

    Ar

    1-MIG

    A11

    Al

    AlSi5

    1.2

    Ar

    1-MIG

    A12

    Al

    AlSi5

    1.6

    Ar

    1-MIG

    A13

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    STAINLESS STEEL PACK

    Group

    Material

    Wire ø (mm) Shielding gas

    Process

    Number

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    0.8

    Ar+2%CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    S01

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    0.9

    Ar+2%CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    S02

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.0

    Ar+2%CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    S06 Soft

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    Ar+2%CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    S04

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.0

    Ar+He+CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    S26 Soft

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    Ar+He+CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    S24

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    0.8

    Ar+2%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S01

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    0.9

    Ar+2%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S02

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.0

    Ar+2%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S03

    Ss

    CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    Ar+2%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S04

    Ss

    FC-CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S84

    Ss

    MC-CrNiMo 19 12

    1.2

    Ar+2%CO₂

    1-MIG

    S87

    EN

    STEEL PACK

    Group

    Material

    Wire ø (mm) Shielding gas

    Process

    Number

    Fe

    Fe

    0.8

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    F01

    Fe

    Fe

    0.9

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    F02

    Fe

    Fe

    1.0

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    F03

    Fe

    Fe

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    F04

    Fe

    Fe

    0.8

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    F21

    Fe

    Fe

    0.9

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    F22

    Fe

    Fe

    1.0

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    F23

    Fe

    Fe

    1.2

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    F24

    Fe

    Fe Metal

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    M04

    Fe

    Fe Metal

    1.2

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    M24

    Fe

    Fe Rutil

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    1-MIG

    R04

    Fe

    Fe Rutil

    1.2

    CO₂

    1-MIG

    R14

    Fe

    Fe

    1.0

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    F03

    Fe

    Fe

    1.2

    Ar+15–25%CO₂

    Pulse/Double Pulse

    F04

    More welding programs are available by purchasing MatchCurve and MatchCustom products.

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    3.5 Arc voltage display

    EN

    FastMig X is capable of measuring and showing the voltage close to the welding arc. By taking
    this feature into use you don't need to be concerned about the voltage losses in welding
    cables anymore. With this feature you are only required to set the voltage for the arc before
    welding and after welding you can see the voltage close to the arc.
    In order to use the arc voltage feature, follow these steps:
    1. After setting up the welding equipment for the first time, connect the voltage sensing
    cable to the welding piece and the measurement cable between the wire feeder and the
    power source.
    2. If you are using a sub-feeder, enter the length of the sub-feeder to the SubFeederLength
    parameter.
    3. Set the welding parameters according to your application. Note that the set voltage
    when using 1-MIG, MIG and WiseThin+ welding processes means always the voltage in
    the arc despite of ArcVoltage setting.
    4. Weld with 1-MIG, MIG or with Pulse MIG for at least 5 seconds. During that time the
    welding machine calibrates itself for the welding cable length in question. Calibration
    values are stored into the welding machine, therefore this calibration is required only
    once after installing the welding machine package.
    5. If you want to see arc voltage in panels during and after welding, turn the ArcVoltage
    setting to ON in X 37 setup panel. Dot after voltage value in XF 37 or XF 38 panel means
    that showed value is arc voltage. In the weld data after welding in X 37 panel 'AVol'
    means also the arc voltage.
    6. Voltage sensing cable can be removed after the calibration procedure, but it is
    recommended to use it always.
    NOTE! Steps 1-3 should be repeated every time, when the length of the welding or grounding cable
    is changed.

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    4.

    BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING
    NOTE! The problems listed and the possible causes are not definitive, but serve to suggest some
    standard and typical situations that may present during normal environmental use when using
    the MIG/MAG process with FastMig X 350 or X 450 and WFX wire feeders.

    Problem
    Machine won’t work

    Check the following

    Dirty, poor quality
    weld

    • Check shielding gas supply
    • Check and set gas flow rate
    • Check gas type for application
    • Check gun/electrode polarity
    • Check correct welding program selected
    • Check correct channel number selected on wire feeder control panel
    • Check power supply – Phase down?

    • Check mains plug is connected correctly
    • Check mains power distribution is switched on
    • Check the mains fuse and or circuit breaker
    • Check power source 0/I switch is ON
    • Check interconnection cable set and connectors between the power source and wire feed unit
    are correctly fastened. See the manual schematic
    • Check earth return lead is connected
    • Check control panels are switched on.

    Variable welding
    performance

    • Check wire feed mechanism is correctly adjusted
    • Check correct drive rolls are fitted
    • Check wire spool overrun tension is correctly adjusted
    • Check gun liner is not blocked, replace if necessary
    • Check correct gun liner is fitted for the filler wire size and type
    • Check contact tip for size, type and wear
    • Check gun is not over heating in application
    • Check cable connections and earth return clamp
    • Check welding parameter settings.

    Filler wire won’t feed

    • Check that pressure arms are closed and adjusted in wire feed mechanism
    • Check welding gun switch function
    • Check Euro gun collar is correctly fastened
    • Check gun liner is not blocked
    • Check contact tip, size, type, wear
    • Check and try alternative gun

    High spatter volume

    • Check welding parameter values
    • Check inductance/Dynamics values
    • Check cable compensation value if long cables are fitted
    • Check gas type and flow
    • Check welding polarity – cable connections
    • Check filler material selection
    • Check correct welding program selected
    • Check correct channel number selection
    • Check filler wire delivery system
    • Check power supply – 3-phase present?

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    EN

    Err1

    Power source is not calibrated or calibration data cannot be read
    • Restart power source
    • if the problem continues after multiple startups contact Kemppi service representative

    Err 3

    Overvoltage in the mains supply
    • Check the mains voltage

    Err 4

    Power source is overheated
    • Do not shut down, let the fans cool the machine.
    • Check ventilation.
    • If cooling fans are not running, contact Kemppi service representative.

    Err 5

    Mains power supply voltage is too low or one of the phases is missing or auxiliary supply is
    faulty
    • Check the mains supply and auxiliary supply and contact Kemppi service representative if
    necessary.

    Err 8

    FPGA is not configured
    • Restart the power source.
    • If the error persists, contact Kemppi service representative

    Err 9

    Loose cable connections
    • Check the voltage sensing cable, measurement cable and earth return cable.

    Err 10

    Illegal process
    • The welding process is not available in this machine.

    Err 12

    Plus and minus DIX cable connectors are in contact
    • Check welding cables

    Err 27

    Error in the liquid-cooling unit
    • Check the connections in the cooling unit.

    Err 42 or Err 43

    Over current in wire feeder motor
    • Check that the welding gun and consumable parts are properly mounted

    Err 45

    Gas guard alert
    • Check the shielding gas, gas guard and all connections.

    Err 50

    The function is not activated in this machine
    • If you need this function, order a licence for it from a Kemppi representative.
    • WiseDemo period might be over.

    Err 51

    Rear feed roll may be loose
    • Check that the feed rolls are properly tightened.

    Err 52

    Front feed roll may be loose
    • Check that the feed rolls are properly tightened

    Err 62

    Power source is not connected or not identified by the wire feeder
    • Check the intermediate cable and its connections.

    Err 81

    Welding program is not found
    • If you need the welding program, order a licence for it from Kemppi representative.

    MEM ERR & NO DAT

    Machine cannot complete read or write functions on the wire feeder memory card
    • Check the cables and connections.
    • Contact Kemppi service representative.

    NO BUS

    Control panel cannot establish a connection to the CAN bus
    • Check the flat cables and the control panels.
    • Contact Kemppi service representative.

    SUB ERR

    WF-number change error
    • Connect only one wire feeder to system and try again.

    NOTE! Many of these checks may be carried out by the operator. However certain checks relating to
    mains power must be completed by an authorised trained electrician.
    NOTE! In the case of an error code other than the listed above, contact Kemppi service
    representative.

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    5.

    MAINTENANCE
    When considering and planning routine maintenance, please consider the frequency of
    machine use and the working environment.
    Correct operation of the machine and regular maintenance will help you avoid unnecessary
    downtime and equipment failure.
    NOTE! Disconnect the machine from the mains before handling the electrical cables.

    5.1 Daily maintenance
    • Check the overall condition of the welding gun. Remove welding spatter from the
    contact tip and clean the gas nozzle. Replace worn or damaged parts. Only use original
    Kemppi spare parts.
    • Check the condition and connection of the welding circuit components: welding gun,
    earth return cable and clamp, sockets and connectors.
    • Check the condition of the feed rolls, needle bearings and shafts. Clean and lubricate
    bearings and shafts with a small quantity of light machine oil if necessary. Assemble,
    adjust and test function.
    • Check that the feed rolls are suitable for the filler wire you are using, and that their
    pressure adjustment is correct.

    EN

    5.2 Periodic maintenance
    NOTE! Periodic maintenance should only be carried out by a suitably qualified person. Disconnect
    the plug of the machine from the mains socket and wait about 2 minutes (capacitor charge) before
    removing the cover plate.

    Check at least every half year:
    • Electric connectors of the machine – clean any oxidized parts and tighten loose
    connections.
    NOTE! You must know the correct tension torques values before starting the reparation of the loose

    joints.

    Clean the inner parts of the machine from dust and dirt e.g. with a soft brush and vacuum
    cleaner. Also clean the ventilation net behind the front grill.
    Do not use compressed air, there is a risk that the dirt will compact even more tightly into
    gaps of cooling profiles.
    Do not use pressure washing devices.
    Only an authorized trained electrician should carry out repairs to Kemppi machines.

    5.3 Service Workshop maintenance
    Kemppi Service Workshops complete maintenance according to their Kemppi service
    agreement.
    The major points in the maintenance procedure are listed as follows:
    • Cleaning of the machine
    • Checking and maintenance of the welding tools
    • Checking of connectors, switches and potentiometers
    • Checking of electric connections
    • Checking of mains cable and plug
    • Damaged parts or parts in bad condition are replaced by new ones
    • Maintenance testing.
    • Operation and performance values of the machine are checked, and when necessary
    adjusted by means of software and test equipment.
    Software loading
    Kemppi Service Workshops can also test and load firmware and welding software.

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    6.

    DISPOSAL OF THE MACHINE
    Do not dispose of electrical equipment with normal waste!
    In observance of European Directive 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic
    equipment, and its implementation in accordance with national law, electrical equipment
    that has reached the end of its life must be collected separately and taken to an appropriate
    environmentally responsible recycling facility.
    The owner of the equipment is obliged to deliver a decommissioned unit to a regional
    collection centre, as per the instructions of local authorities or a Kemppi representative. By
    applying this European Directive you will improve the environment and human health.

    7.

    EN

    ORDERING CODES
    WFX 200 wire feeder

    200 mm, regular pulse welding

    6103520

    WFX 300 wire feeder

    300 mm, regular pulse welding

    6103530

    WFX 200 P Fe wire feeder

    200 mm, pipe welding, steel

    6103521

    WFX 300 P Fe wire feeder

    300 mm, pipe welding, steel

    6103531

    WFX 200 P Ss wire feeder

    200 mm, pipe welding, stainless steel

    6103522

    WFX 300 P Ss wire feeder

    300 mm, pipe welding, stainless steel

    6103532

    WFX 200 AMC wire feeder

    200 mm, intelligent pulse welding

    6103523

    WFX 300 AMC wire feeder

    300 mm, intelligent pulse welding

    6103533

    WFX 200-T wire feeder

    200 mm, tailored

    6103524

    WFX 300 P-T wire feeder

    300 mm, tailored

    6103535

    WFX 300-T wire feeder

    300 mm, tailored

    6103534

    Earth return cable

    5 m, 50 mm²

    6184511

    Earth return cable

    5 m, 70 mm²

    6184711

    MMA welding cable

    5 m, 50 mm²

    6184501

    MMA welding cable

    5 m, 70 mm²

    6184701

    Magnetic clamp (voltage sensing cable)

    200 A

    9871580

    Magnetic clamp (earth return cable)

    600 A

    9871570

    FASTMIG X 70-1.8-GH

    1.8 m

    6260468

    FASTMIG X 70-5-GH

    5m

    6260469

    FASTMIG X 70-10-GH

    10 m

    6260470

    FASTMIG X 70-20-GH

    20 m

    6260471

    FASTMIG X 70-30-GH

    30 m

    6260472

    Cables

    Interconnection cables, air-cooled

    – For other lengths, please contact Kemppi.

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    Interconnection cables, liquid-cooled
    FASTMIG X 70-1.8-WH

    1.8 m

    6260473

    FASTMIG X 70-5-WH

    5m

    6260474

    FASTMIG X 70-10-WH

    10 m

    6260475

    FASTMIG X 70-20-WH

    20 m

    6260476

    FASTMIG X 70-30-WH

    30 m

    6260477

    MatchLog™

    Included with WFX 200 AMC and 300 AMC

    9991017

    MatchChannel™

    Included with MatchLog™ licence

    WiseRoot+™

    Included with WFX 200 P Fe/Ss and 300 P Fe/Ss

    9990418

    WiseThin+™

    Included with WFX 200 AMC and 300 AMC

    9990419

    WiseFusion™

    Included with WFX wire feeders (not in T models)

    9991014

    WisePenetration™ function

    Included with WFX 200 AMC and 300 AMC

    9991000

    Pipe Steel welding program package

    Inlcuded with WFX 200 P Fe and 300 P Fe

    99904274

    Pipe Stainless welding program package

    Inlcuded with WFX 200 P Ss and 300 P Ss

    99904275

    – For other lengths, please contact Kemppi.

    Software products

    Steel Pack for WiseThin+ welding program package Included with WFX 200 AMC and 300 AMC

    99904301

    Steel Pack

    Included with WFX 200 AMC and 300 AMC

    99904232

    Stainless Steel Pack

    Included with WFX 200 AMC and 300 AMC

    99904233

    Aluminium Pack

    Included with WFX 200 AMC and 300 AMC

    99904231

    Work Pack

    Included with WFX 200 and 300

    99904230

    EN

    – Other welding software available. Note that WiseRoot+ and WiseThin+ welding processes are not available with
    SuperSnake sub feeder.

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    Accessories
    Cooling unit Cool X

    EN

    6068200

    SuperSnake GT02S sub feeder

    10 m

    6153100

    SuperSnake GT02S sub feeder

    15 m

    6153150

    SuperSnake GT02S sub feeder

    20 m

    6153200

    SuperSnake GT02S sub feeder

    25 m

    6153250

    SuperSnake GT02S W sub feeder

    10 m

    6154100

    SuperSnake GT02S W sub feeder

    15 m

    6154150

    SuperSnake GT02S W sub feeder

    20 m

    6154200

    SuperSnake GT02S W sub feeder

    25 m

    6154250

    SuperSnake GT02S sub feeder synchronization unit
    for WFX 300 series wire feeders

    W004030

    KV 200 mounting plate for two wire feeders and
    TIG unit

    6185249

    Gun holder GH 30

    6256030

    Transport unit PM 500

    6185291

    Remote control unit R10

    5m

    6185409

    Remote control unit R10

    10 m

    618540901

    Remote control unit R20

    5m

    6185419

    Remote control unit R30 DataRemote

    5m

    6185420

    Remote control unit R30 DataRemote

    10 m

    618542001

    Remote control extension cable

    10 m

    6185481

    DataGun software installation tool
    ARC Mobile Control adapter *

    6265023
    Included with WFX 200 AMC and WFX 300 AMC

    6103100

    * To use the ARC Mobile Control you need a mobile device with Android 4.0 operating
    system or newer, Bluetooth feature, and Kemppi’s ARC Mobile Control application. With
    certain mobile device models, Near Field Communication (NFC) can also be used for smart
    connection between the welding machine and the mobile device. For more information,
    please visit www.kemppi.com.

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    MIG guns
    PMT MN

    1.2 mm / 60° / L198 / ROOT

    3.5 m

    62503230N04

    PMT MN

    1.2 mm / 60° / L168 / ROOT

    3.5 m

    62503230N06

    PMT MN

    1.2 mm / 60° / L198 / ROOT

    5m

    62503250N04

    PMT MN

    1.2 mm / 60° / L198

    3.5 m

    62503230N08

    PMT MN

    1.2 mm / 60° / L198

    5m

    62503250N08

    PMT MN

    1.2 mm / 45° / L222

    3.5 m

    62503230N02

    PMT MN

    1.2 mm / 45° / L222

    5m

    62503250N02

    PMT MN

    1.0 mm / Ss / 60° / L198 / ROOT

    5m

    62503250N03SS

    PMT MN

    1.0 mm / Ss / 60° / L198

    5m

    62503250N07SS

    PMT MN

    1.0 mm / Ss / 45° / L222

    5m

    62503250N01SS

    Neck

    45° / L222

    SP007229

    Neck

    60° / L198 / ROOT

    SP007811

    Neck

    60° / L168 / ROOT

    SP007810

    Neck

    60° / L198

    SP008006

    Neck

    60° / L168

    SP008007

    PMT 35

    3m

    6253513

    PMT 35

    4.5 m

    6253514

    PMT 42

    3m

    6254213

    PMT 42

    4.5 m

    6254214

    PMT 50

    3m

    6255013

    PMT 50

    4.5 m

    6255014

    PMT 30W

    3m

    6253043

    PMT 30W

    4.5 m

    6253044

    PMT 42W

    3m

    6254203

    PMT 42W

    4.5 m

    6254204

    PMT 52W

    3m

    6255203

    PMT 52W

    4.5 m

    6255204

    WS 35

    AL 1.2 mm

    6m

    6253516A12

    WS 30 W

    AL 1.2 – 1.6 mm

    6m

    6253046A12

    WS 30 W

    AL 1.2 – 1.6 mm

    8m

    6253048A12

    WS 42 W

    AL 1.2 – 1.6 mm

    6m

    6254206A12

    WS 42 W

    AL 1.2 – 1.6 mm

    8m

    6254208A12

    WS 35

    Ss 1.0 mm

    6m

    6253516S10

    WS 30 W

    Ss 1.0 mm

    6m

    6253046S10

    WS 30 W

    Ss 1.2 mm

    6m

    6253046S12

    WS 30 W

    Ss 1.0 mm

    8m

    6253048S10

    WS 30 W

    Ss 1.2 mm

    8m

    6253048S12

    WS 42 W

    Ss 1.0 mm

    6m

    6254206S10

    WS 42 W

    Ss 1.2 mm

    6m

    6254206S12

    WS 42 W

    Ss 1.0 mm

    8m

    6254208S10

    WS 42 W

    Ss 1.2 mm

    8m

    6254208S12

    EN

    For a complete list of welding guns, please visit Kemppi web site at www.kemppi.com.

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    8.

    TECHNICAL DATA
    WFX

    200, 200 P Fe,
    200 P Ss, 200-T,
    200 AMC

    300 P Fe, 300 P Ss,
    300 P-T

    300, 300-T,
    300 AMC

    Operating voltage
    (safety voltage)
    Rated power
    Output 40 °C

    50 V DC

    50 V DC

    50 V DC

    100 W

    250 W

    100 W

    60 % ED

    520 A

    520 A

    520 A

    100 % ED

    440 A

    440 A

    440 A

    1 – 25 m/min

    0.5 – 25 m/min

    1 – 25 m/min

    4-roll

    4-roll, two motors

    4-roll

    32 mm

    32 mm

    32 mm

    0.6 – 1.6 mm

    0.6 – 2.0 mm

    0.6 – 1.6 mm

    ø Cored wire 0.8 – 2.0 mm

    0.8 – 2.4 mm

    0.8 – 2.0 mm

    ø Al

    0.8 – 2.4 mm

    0.8 – 2.4 mm

    max. weight 5 kg

    20 kg

    20 kg

    max. ø

    200 mm

    300 mm

    300 mm

    0.5 MPa

    0.5 MPa

    0.5 MPa

    Euro

    Euro

    Euro

    -20 ... +40 °C

    -20 ... +40 °C

    -20 ... +40 °C

    -40 ... +60 °C

    -40 ... +60 °C

    -40 ... +60 °C

    A

    A

    A

    IP23S

    IP23S

    IP23S

    510 x 200 x 310 mm

    590 x 240 x 445 mm

    625 x 243 x 476 mm

    9.4 kg

    13.1 kg

    12.5 kg

    Wire feed speed
    Wire feed mechanism
    Diameter of feed rolls
    Filler wires

    EN

    Wire spool
    Maximum gas pressure
    Gun connection
    Operation temperature range
    Storage temperature range
    EMC class
    Degree of protection
    External dimensions
    Weight

    32

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    LxWxH

    0.8 – 2.4 mm

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