The welder is then able to appropriate the necessary source (voltage or current) to the machine so welding can then continue.
This high- tech power supply switch and manipulation can be controlled in a 'real time' situation because this bad boy also has an on-board computer and software!
This advancement in welding technology has led to an overall increase in efficiency and extreme control over various welding situations as well as electrical sources.
The combination afforded by this machine is also a great money saving option. Without this technology, operators would be forced to purchase separate welders to do various jobs in various places.
Many jobs are in areas that require the use of what is referred to as 'dirty power'.
This is usually on-site somewhere where a generator is used to provide the power.
Generators tend to fluctuate the power so this can cause problems in welding consistency where a consistent power and current is required.
This can cause "dirty" welds.
The inverter welder, however, is designed to resolve this and various other situations providing the operator with a clean, quality welding job and preventing excessive time spend struggling with a welder that cannot perform under these circumstances.
Companies and individuals that are searching for a welder that offers flexibility in welds based on the multitude of situations presented to them should consider the inverter welder as a cost effective choice.
It can save money up front by preventing the need to purchase several/various machines and save money in the long run by eliminating extra time spent trying to deal with the unavoidable situations that cause one to struggle with various welding jobs.
Inverter welders differ from most welders in several ways. We've already discussed how it can handle "dirty power" put out by any generator (big or small), and we talked about how it can use both main types of power and can convert it using an on-board microcomputer to detect and precisely give you the power and current/consistency you need.