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    Lincoln Ranger® 305 D Engine Driven Welder (Kubota®)

    Lincoln Ranger® 305 D Engine Driven Welder (Kubota®)

    Product Description

    Features

    • Simple Controls - Keep training time to a minimum with the straightforward control panel of the Ranger® 305 D. The flip-down control panel door keeps less frequently used controls out of the way.
    • Single, full-range output control dial. No confusion with taps and controls!
    • 4 welding modes: CC-Stick, Downhill Pipe, CV-Wire, and DC Touch Start TIG®.
    • Dual digital output meters for presetting weld amps for stick, TIG or downhill pipe modes, or voltage for CV wire mode. Also displays actual outputs while welding. Memory feature holds output readings for 7 seconds after welding stops for viewing by the operator.
    • Output at welding terminals controlled by electronic contactor. Can be switched to “On”, or to “Remotely Controlled”.
    • Remote is auto-activated when plugged into a 6-pin connector. For the CC-stick, downhill pipe and Touch Start TIG® modes, the machine output dial becomes a maximum current limit for more fine tuning with the remote control dial or Amptrol™.
    • Compatible with many Lincoln wire feeders including the LN-25 Ironworker™, LN-15, LF-72, LF-74, LN-7 GMA, LN-742, LN-8 wire feeders and Magnum® SG Spool Gun.
    • Wire feed voltmeter switch matches polarity of wire feeder volt meter to polarity of electrode.
    • Top-of-the-line water-cooled Kubota® 18.8 HP D722 diesel engine with electric start. EPA Tier 4 Final.
    • Fully enclosed case for equipment protection and low noise. Noise at rated load:
      – 104.2 dB sound power (Lwa)
      – 80.6 dBA sound level at 23 ft. (7 m)
    • Glow plugs for rapid starting down to 5°F (-15°C).
    • Mechanical fuel pump is activated when glow plug button is pressed
     

    Specification:

    Machine Specifications
    Product Name Ranger 305 D (Kubota)
    Ordering Informaion K1727-4
    Description 300 Amp DC Multi-Process Arc Welder with Lincoln Electric Chopper Technology®
    10,000 Watts Peak
    9,500 Watts Continuous AC Power
    CC/ Pipe Rated Output (1) Current/ Voltage/ Duty Cycle DC Constant Current
    305A/ 29V/ 100% 20 - 305A
    DC Pipe Current
    300A/ 29V/ 100% 40 - 300A
    Touch Start TIG®
    250A/ 30V/ 100% 20 - 250A
    Single Dial Continuous Control
    60V DC Max OCV @ 3650RPM
    CV-Rated Output Current/ Voltage/ Duty Cycle DC Constant Voltage (2) 300A/ 29V/ 100%
    14 - 29V Single-Dial Continuous Control
    Wire Feeder Power 42V, 60 Hz, 15 Amps 120V, 60 Hz, 20 Amps
    Generator AC Power (3)(4) 10,000 Watts Peak
    9,500 Watts Continuous 60 Hz
    Single Phase
    Full KVA
    Receptacle
    [email protected] 240V
    [email protected] 120V ea.
    Branch Circuit (5)
    Four 120V GFCI
    Receptacles
    20A per Duplex
    40A Total (5)
    Dimensions H x W x L inches (mm) 29.9 x 21.5 x 52.3in (759 x 546 x 1327mm)
    To top of exhaust tube: 35.8in. (909mm)
    Weight lbs. (kg) 698 (317)
    Engine Specifications
    Engine Model Kubota D722 Diesel (6) EPA Tier 4 Final
    Description 3 Cylinder, 4 Cycle, Water-Cooled, Diesel Engine, Electric Fuel Pump, Auto Air-Bleed System
    Horsepower & Displacement 18.8 HP @ 3600 RPM, 43.9 cu in (789 cc)
    Ignition Electric Start, 12V Group 58 Battery, 550 Cold Cranking Amps, Pushbutton Start Switch, Charging Indicator
    Capacities FUEL: 12 Gals (45 Ltrs)
    OIL: 3.4 Qts (3.2 Ltrs)
    COOLANT: 3.9 Qts (3.6 Ltrs)
    Operating Speeds FULL LOAD
    3,500 RPM (300A)
    HIGH IDLE
    3,650 RPM
    LOW IDLE
    2,450 RPM
    Fuel Consumption 1.2 Gals/Hr
    4.5 Ltr/Hr.
    0.5 Gals/Hr
    2.1 Ltr/Hr
    0.3 Gals/Hr
    1.1 Ltr/Hr
     
    1. High Altitude: For maximum rating, derate the output 2.5% to 3.5% for every 1,000 ft. (300 m). High Temperature: For maximum rating, derate 2 volts for every 18°F (10°C) above 104°F (40°C). See Operator Manual for additional information.
    2. DC constant voltage capability provides convenience and added safety when welding in electrically hazardous conditions.
    3. When welding, available auxiliary power will be reduced. Output voltage is within +\- 10% at all loads up to rated capacity.
    4. 120V will operate either 60 Hz or 50/60 Hz power tools, lights, etc.
    5. Circuits cannot be wired in parallel to operate the same device.
    6. Engine warranted separately by engine manufacturer.
     

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