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Deca MOS Inverter Does anyone have experience with one?
Homepage Today's Posts Search Register. Does anyone have experience with one? Results 1 to 3 of 3. Deca MOS Inverter A month later, a new Lincoln was purchased, and the little Deca was forgotten. I borrowed it the other day, and I must say I'm fairly impressed. Incredibly easy to start an arc, and very stable.
I search high and low for information on this little bugger, but came up short. All the European websites list it as having an input of V which makes sense and having an output of amps. This got me wondering if it may be a dual voltage unit and they just plopped a v plug on it for sale in Canada. I opened it up to see if I could learn anything, but all I could find was a jumper third pic without any real description on the board. Now obviously I'm not going to hack the plug and see if it will run on , so I'm just wondering if anyone has any info or experience with one of these Italian machines are really nice.
Ask anyone who owns a Lincoln inverter TIG. The MOS prefix would likely describe a mosfet design. It would also likely not be a dual voltage. The transformer on the unit would have some marking probably on it to tell you what voltage it is It's probably fairly small print.
The unit is rated CSA. They are pretty strict on the input voltage designations and the performance. I am sure if it was , it would say it, as it would be a bonus for a sales pitch. Mark Lugo Everlast Welders http: Give me a call at ext !
You're right, I doubt they would fail to capitalize on that. Sucks though, that extra 30 amps would make this little machine even sweeter! All times are GMT The time now is Other trademarks on this page are the property of their respective owners.