UWC™  
     
  The UWC™ Universal Weld Control can bringtotal weld process control to your system. Based on an embedded micro controller, this unit provides two 0-10 VDC programmable outputs to control the welding power source. Provides interface to our DMC II™ DC MotorControl, MSC II™ Micro Step Control and Remote I/O Control.

 
 
 
 
  WSC II™  
     
  The WSC II™ Weld Sequence Control from Computer Weld Technology, Inc. can bring total weld process control to your system. Based on an embedded micro controller, this unit provides two 0-10 VDC programmable outputs, one to control the welding power source and the second, a CWT Capstan Wire Feed Motor PWM Drive Control. Also provided are 32 user selectable weld schedules and an optional 2-line 16-character Alpha Numeric LCD display for programming the weld schedule data and to configure the control options. The controller can be easily interfaced to your application and can provide state-of-the-art control of your welding process with a simplicity that is hard to find elsewhere.

 
 
 
 
  WSC-1000™  
     
  The microprocessor based Weld Sequence Controller is comprised of a WSC-1000™ Controller and a WRC-1000™ weld remote Interface. The WSC-1000 is the main control module and provides all control and communication functions and can program external motion control axis via the Local Area Network {LAN} port. The controller can support up to four stepper motor controlled axes, using the MSC-1000 Micro-Step Controller, and four DC Servo controls, using the DMC-1000 DC Servo Controller.>

 
 
 
 
  MWC™  
     
 

The microprocessor based Modular Weld Controller is the main control module and provides all control and communication functions and can program external motion control axis via the Local Area Network (LAN) port. The controller can support up to four stepper motor controlled axis, using the MSC-1000™ Micro-step Controller, and four DC servo controls, using the DMC-1000™ DC Servo Controller. The MWC-1000™ provides all external Input / Output control interface and electrical connections to user supplied components.

 
 
 
 
  MSC II™  
     
 

The MSC II™ is a microprocessor based stepper motor controller which provides a 1/10 micro stepping output to operate most stepper drive motors requiring 1.0 – 6.5 amps/phase current.  The controller is designed to be used with the CWT torch positioning slides and the CWT weld sequence controller.  It can also be used as a stand-alone positioning controller.  The MSC II has an isolated RS-485 port, which can be configured to allow off-line programming and control of the stepper motor.  The MSC II can be configured to use the Local Area Network (LAN) port which allows the CWT weld sequence control to program and control the CWT torch positioning slide assemblies.

 
 
 
 
  DMC II™  
     
 

The DMC II Motor Controller is a PWM motor speed controller using an embedded micro controller to provide motor speed regulation and torque compensation. There are two version of the DMC II controller. The DMC II-LV has a 24 VDC @ 6.5amps output and the DMC II-HV has a 100 VDC @ 2.8 amps output. The DMC II-LV controller can be used to control 24 volt permanent magnet (PM) motors up to 150 watts. The DMC II-HV can be used to control 90 Volt permanent magnet motors up to 250 watts. The DMC II is designed to be used with the CWT Weld Sequence Controllers or a user supplied controller. The DMC II also provides a RS-485 serial port configured to support Modbus RTU protocol.  This port can be used to Operate and configure various features of the DMC II.

 
 
 
 
  HSA-2000™ and VSA-2000™  
     
 

Our Horizontal Slide Assembly is a precision linear motor control device that provides exacting horizontal movement for cross-seam positioning and/or torch oscillation. The slide assembly is intended to be used with our MSC-1000 Micro-step Controller which provides the necessary control functions and drive power to the stepper motor drive.

Our Vertical Slide Assembly is a precision, linear motion control device that provides exacting vertical movement for torch-to-work positioning. The ball screw drive design with linear ball rail system provides high load carrying capability, smooth operation, superior response and excellent repeatability.

 
 
 
 
  ATC™  
     
 

Computer Weld Technology's Automatic Torch Control (ATC II™) is a compact, lightweight, weld torch manipulation control system comprised of the microcontroller based Automatic Torch Control and a stepper motor driven Linear Slide Assembly (LSA). This system is capable of providing independent control of all torch movements in the vertical plane. Employing patented "Thru-Arc™" tracking technology, the system provides automatic torch height control for both GTAW, PAW and GMAW applications.

 
 

 

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