I appreciate you taking the time to go into that in more detail. I am how ever unfamiliar with a couple of the abbreviations you used.
STT = ???
SRH = ???
While I've got a pretty decent reference library of technical books on welding (and a lot of them have chapters on power sources and electrical characteristics for the different welding processes) the problem is, is that they were all pretty much written 30+ years a go and don't have much useful information concerning all the advances that have been made in power source technology in the last 20 years. Would you happen to have a recommendation for a more up to date text book that would give a guy a better general understanding in to this new inverter base technology?
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02-23-2014, 01:59 PM #13Junior Member
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I can help a little bit here:
STT - surface tension transfer. A lincoln proprietary mig process.
Srh - Miller Srh, a model of welder of theirs.
Igbt - an electronic component that makes up a significant portion of an inverter welder. Some welders use mosfets instead of igbt's.
Google these terms for more information if you are interested.