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- ItemMultiprocess Welder
- Amps AC6-200 Amps AC/DC
- Input Voltage115V and 230V
- Input (Amps)20
- Rated Output200 Amps At 40% Duty cycle
- FeaturesAuto Reconnects For Single Phase 115/230v 50/60 Hz Input Allows The Flexibility To Weld In The Shop Or Take In The Field Where 230V May Not Be Available
- ApplicationThe Invertec(R) V205-T AC/DC Is A Compact, Tig Power Source Intended For Critical AC Or DC Tig Welding, From Maintenance To Production Fabrication, To Motorsports, Aerospace, Nuclear Piping And Shipbuilding, This Feature-Packed Inverter Is Flexible Enough F
- FunctionStick or TIG
- Overall Height (In.)15
- Overall Width (In.)8.5
- Overall Depth (In.)19
- StandardsCSA C/US Certified
- IncludesInvertec(R) V205-T AC/DC (115/230/1/50/60) Part Number K1855-4, TIG-Mate 17 Air-Cooled TIG Torch Starter Pack Part Number K2266-1 And Foot Amptrol Part Number K870.
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