MAGA PLC Weld Sequence
Control - Weld Seams Control
Our two (PLC) controls MAGA-1 and MAGA-2 are complete system weld seam
sequencer controls. Multiple option welding sequencer control to meet the
needs of most fixed arc welding automation equipment requirements.
Replacement for an out dated seam weld control on your older seamer. These
are all in one automated welding controls and weld sequence function
control. All in one powerful welding system controller. MAGA weld controls
have some different levels of welding system sequencer controllers options
available based on welding machines application.
Designed for process control of GTAW, SAW, GMAW, and PAW welding
processes. A single arc welding control is all you need for complete welding
automated system function controller. Example when applied to GTAW you get
one, single control panel for the power source, the wire feeder, the travel
Carriage speed and the ALC arc height or voltage control. The need for an
operator to access all the separate control boxes to engage and dial in are
eliminated. Our weld sequence controls are simple to operate and program.
The MAGA-2 PLC weld controller has a 256 x 64 pixel LCD graphics
display/keypad arrangement on the front panel for easy access by the
operator. The internal memory capacity offers 32 user selectable weld
schedules. Access by the Operator to specific clamping and welding
parameters can be isolated during initial set up via a laptop computer
interface. The MAGA-1 embedded micro controller has 3 each 0-30 VDC
programmable outputs, 7 each solid state isolated relay outputs, and 6 each
24VDC optically isolated inputs. This makes a powerful arc welding sequence
control. Perfect for the whole weld sequencer and system operation in one
weld sequencing control for a complete system.
The unit also contains a MAGA-1 PLC welding control with 250 lines of
programmable logic. This allows sequencing of the fingers via air logic as
well as a mandrel safety circuit. A typical longitudinal seam welder
application Using GTAW would use two of the 24 VDC motor Controllers - one
for the carriage and the other for the captison drive wire feeder. These
devices deliver accurate encoder feedback for speed control.