1.Output current size
The output current size is a crucial factor when it comes to the energy storage spot welder. Excessive current can cause capacitor burning, oxidation, or blackening of the solder joint, while insufficient current can result in low spot welding efficiency. Therefore, users need to be careful when choosing the current, and ideally seek the guidance of an experienced individual with adequate knowledge.
The energy storage spot welder focuses on safety in the circuit design and sets up circuit protection design to prevent equipment overcharge, current instability or capacitor accidents.
3.Equipment welding accuracy
The energy storage spot welder enables a continuous and precise spot welding process through energy storage discharge, allowing for customization of welding parameters to suit different workpieces.
4.Range of welding materials
The welding range of the energy storage spot welder covers the specific welding material and the size of the welded joint, thereby enhancing the versatility and value of the equipment. While at the same time ensures that no valuable workpieces go to waste due to their inability to be welded or inadequate functional parameters.
5. Capacitance and charging/discharging speed
One of the core configurations of the energy storage spot welder is the high capacity capacitor. Normally larger capacitors store more energy and provide greater stability during use. To process more welding parts and ensure long-term continuous operation, a relatively large capacitor is recommended. Furthermore, it is crucial to consider whether the charging and discharging speed enables high-quality spot welding performance.