Semiautomatic Wire Feeders

LN-25X Wire Feeders with CrossLinc Technology

Top Features

  • Reduce job site clutter by removing cumbersome control cables
  • Eliminate unnecessary movement of personnel across the worksite
  • Eliminate the need to drag control cables around the site
  • Full voltage control at the feeder results in the correct settings for every weld
  • Accurately compensate for voltage drop across long cable runs

Processes

MIG, Pulsed, Flux-Cored

Available Types

MSRP: $2,277.10

Equipment Details

FULL CONTROL OF YOUR SYSTEM WITH NO CONTROL CABLES

Safety

  • Reduce job site clutter by removing cumbersome control cables
  • Eliminate unnecessary movement of personnel across the worksite
  • Eliminate the need to drag control cables around the site

Quality

  • Full voltage control at the feeder results in the correct settings for every weld
  • Accurately compensate for voltage drop across long cable runs
  • Eliminate unintentional machine adjustments

Productivity

  • Set up faster with fewer cable connections
  • Eliminate helpers or trips to the power source when making setting adjustments
  • Minimize rework with easy settings adjustment

Reliability

  • Fully encapsulated and environmentally protected electronics
  • Replaceable flame resistant case can be installed in under five minutes

 

 

 

CROSSLINC™ TECHNOLOGY: SOLVING SITE WELDING ISSUES

Worker safety, weld quality, productivity and equipment reliability come to mind when welding on site or on large structures.

In these environments, it is typical for the operator to work closely with a rugged, compact and lightweight welding wire feeder, connected to a weather-resistant power source hundreds of feet away.

Worker safety, weld quality, productivity and equipment reliability come to mind when welding on site or on large structures. In these environments, it is typical for the operator to work closely with a rugged, compact and lightweight wire feeder, connected to a weather-resistant power source hundreds of feet away. Until now, portable wire feeders have been available in two configurations: basic ‘across-the-arc’ models or portable feeders equipped with an added control cable.

‘Across-the-arc’ models are powered by the weld cable. This configuration provides benefits of fewer cables running back to the power source, but voltage control at the point-of-use is
not possible.

The addition of a control cable to the system allows the operator to adjust voltage at the point-of-use, but these cables can be costly and add additional complexity to the production environment.

There has to be a better way.

 

Input Power
Rated Output
Input Current
Output Range
Solid Wire Size Range
Cored Wire Size Range
Wire Feed Speed Range
Generator Output
Type of Engine
HP and speed
Cylinders
Wire Speed Range IPM (m/min)
Duty Cycle at Rated Amperage
Rated Amperage
Tungsten Range
Gun Type
Cable Length
Wire Diameter
Number of Cables
Cooling
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Net Weight