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    Hello, I'm new to the forum and looking for a little help. I bought a thermal arc tw pulser about 5 yrs ago. when i picked it up the kid grabs the pulser off the welder and walks way while its still connected. I took it anyway. when i got home i found he had pulled the wires from the 8 pin connector off, inside the unit. I've searched the web, called thermal dynamics, hobart...ect. no wiring diagram.If anyone owns one, i am willing to pay if you can tell me the colors and what order they are in. it's the connector is inside the tw pulser flat 8 pin, other end plugs to the remote on the welder.please let me know, thank you
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    Originally posted by weldercollector View Post
    Hello, I'm new to the forum and looking for a little help. I bought a thermal arc tw pulser about 5 yrs ago. when i picked it up the kid grabs the pulser off the welder and walks way while its still connected. I took it anyway. when i got home i found he had pulled the wires from the 8 pin connector off, inside the unit. I've searched the web, called thermal dynamics, hobart...ect. no wiring diagram.If anyone owns one, i am willing to pay if you can tell me the colors and what order they are in. it's the connector is inside the tw pulser flat 8 pin, other end plugs to the remote on the welder.please let me know, thank you
    Maybe, just #[email protected]! maybe, you gave us the Serial & code off the pulser it just might be easier for us to pull it up on a tech site. Why would ITW Hobart have the specs, seems kinda dumb, unless its a Hobart pulser. In which case your screwed.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by weldercollector View Post
      Hello, I'm new to the forum and looking for a little help. I bought a thermal arc tw pulser about 5 yrs ago. when i picked it up the kid grabs the pulser off the welder and walks way while its still connected. I took it anyway. when i got home i found he had pulled the wires from the 8 pin connector off, inside the unit. I've searched the web, called thermal dynamics, hobart...ect. no wiring diagram.If anyone owns one, i am willing to pay if you can tell me the colors and what order they are in. it's the connector is inside the tw pulser flat 8 pin, other end plugs to the remote on the welder.please let me know, thank you
      Is this by any chance for a TigWave 250...??? if so is it a Gold or Red one...??

      Or.....Does it maybe look like this one..?? for a MIG...??

      http://victortechnologies.com/IM_Upl...429-138%29.pdf
      Last edited by H80N; 11-24-2014, 01:58 PM.
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      • #4
        Or is it this one for a TransTig 280 AC/DC....???

        http://victortechnologies.com/IM_Upl...29_Jan1998.pdf
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          I'm sorry for the very, very late reply. I still have the TW pulser as is. I do have a pic and more info on it. the serial # T99122601117 the
          product #204125A-001 still looking for a schematic and if anyone is interested in this item let me know
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          • #6
            Model: AM Pulser
            Spec: 204297A-001

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            • #7
              Thermal Arc no schematic either

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              • #8
                maxstar300LX! YOU HAVE ONE? if you could just take the cover off and tell me what colors and order of the wires on the flat 8 pin connector are, thats all I need or take a picture of it? i would be so grateful.

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                • #9
                  Weldercollector, you have a TW PULSER , I have an AM Pulser. Your description mentioned an 8 pin connector but no pic shown of it. My pic shows a 19pin connector. H80N Senior Member had asked if you which one of the machines he posted a link to is the welder machine that you have. You havent identified which one your TW Pulser was connected to. If you post some clear pics of the welding machine that it was connected to then we csn determine if it is a TIG or MIG welder. I believe what the AM pulser is for a MIG unit based on Thermal Arc use of the 19pin connector in the back cover. I dont have the pendant so I cant confirm and I dont have the welder as I bought the pulser from a loans store used, to see if i could adapt it to an earlier LT300/400 series DC tig inverter as a project Post the clear pics

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                  • #10
                    Man this posting is SO SLOW!

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                    • #11
                      Yup

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                      • #12
                        thanks for your reply and i'm sorry my work has been keeping busy till late in the eve. I have a 19 pin connector on the back like yours, but I also have a cable with a 10 pin connector on one end and the other end goes inside the unit with a flat 8 pin connector, the 8 pin connector plugs into the board that the 19 pin connector is mounted to. my problem is 6 of the 8 wires have been pulled out of the 8 pin connector, they are color coded but i have no idea what order the go back in. I think its six screws that holds the cover on.
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                        • #13
                          I see Victor has the owners manual but there is no pin out for the plug and no circuit diagram. I guess you are on the right track, trying to find someone with one to give you the pin out. Have you tried Victor?

                          http://victortechnologies.com/IM_Upl...29_Dec1997.pdf
                          ---Meltedmetal

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                          • #14
                            Yes I talked to Victor, they sent me the owners manual with parts list but no schematic
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                            • #15
                              thanks for you input everyone. It's for a Tigwave 250 AC/DC Tigwave 350 AC/DC the cable with the 10 and 8 pin connectors is available.. anyone have a use for it? I'll sell it cheap, I'm done with this thing.
                              Last edited by weldercollector; 02-22-2016, 10:33 PM.
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