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    Invertig 221

    Hi, I just bought an Invertig 221. I have a Pro pulse 300, I'd like to put them together on one cart. I've already experienced what high frequency can and will do to electronic devices nearby. Cost $800 to replace a board on my brand new LN 25. So can I ground the machine and be safe, or separate carts?
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    Re: Invertig 221

    Have you contacted HTP to see what they have to say?
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    Re: Invertig 221

    not yet

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    Re: Invertig 221

    I have my Invertig right next to my ProPulse 300. Never had any issues, although I suppose that doesn't answer your question. The machine case is grounded via a short ground wire on the inside, granted it is not a separate actual ground path, but still "eventually" is connected to ground.
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    Re: Invertig 221

    Thanks Oscar, your th

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    Re: Invertig 221

    Look up Jimbo's Garage on YT and IG. He has like 3 or more HTPs together on one cart. He never said he had an issue either.
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    Re: Invertig 221

    Quote Originally Posted by haksa View Post
    Hi, I just bought an Invertig 221. I have a Pro pulse 300, I'd like to put them together on one cart. I've already experienced what high frequency can and will do to electronic devices nearby. Cost $800 to replace a board on my brand new LN 25. So can I ground the machine and be safe, or separate carts?
    Haksa
    How in the end did you decide to organize your equipment on one frame?

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    Re: Invertig 221

    Hi, I been to busy to build a dual cart, that will come later this winter. I was worried about the HF burning up the board in my Pro pulse 300. As I said earlier I had a costly lesson.

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    Re: Invertig 221

    How do you like that 300? Its a beast huh? have you ran pulse steel on 92/8?
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    Re: Invertig 221

    Hi, Yes I have, with just 75/25. As far as the welder goes, like I told Pete at HTP, It's the best, smoothest, most adjustable machine I've ever used. I've been around a long time.

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    Re: Invertig 221

    Quote Originally Posted by haksa View Post
    Hi, Yes I have, with just 75/25. As far as the welder goes, like I told Pete at HTP, It's the best, smoothest, most adjustable machine I've ever used. I've been around a long time.

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    IMO it's a bit "smoother" on 92/8, but that's just my take on it.
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    Re: Invertig 221

    I can't see how it could be smoother than it is. But I don't need a bunch of bottles around.

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    Re: Invertig 221

    The PP300 is one of the best all around mig welders I have used as far as arc quality thick and thin, both steel and aluminum. For steel I run C10 on short arc and pulse. The machine has plenty of power.
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