|Operating Controls and Indicators
Diagnostic and Meter Indications
Amber light, normally lit when power is applied.
Light, lit whenever the system is operating properly. This indicated that power is within 20% of the set point lever.
Red light, lit when a problem exists in the output section, a high current condition, or arc exists. this may be caused by a problem with one of the following: an inverter device, an output capacitor, an output lead, or the sealing head.Amber light, normally lit when power is applied.
Red light, lit when the temperature of the heat sink for the power device has exceeded safe operating temperatures. This may be the result of a blocked or inadequate cooling passage. this will most likely also result in device failure.
The amber light indicates that the system is operational from the remote location.
OUTPUT / METER
Displayed numbers indicate the percentage of the full rated output.