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Cros Arc DC TIG 200 HF Welding Inverter Package | Dual Voltage

£370.00 ex VAT

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  • Current range: 5 – 200 Amps
  • 110/230V 1Ph Power supply
  • Weight: 7Kg
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CrosArc 200 DC TIG High Frequency Dual Voltage Inverter Welder

The CrosArc 200 DC TIG package is a great value DC welding machine that will weld steels, titanium and copper.  Many DC TIG machines feature just post flow and down slope adjustability.  The Cros Arc 200 DC gives the user full parameter control, often only seen on AC/DC sets.  Control pre flow, start current, slope up, main amperage, pulse amperage, slope down, end current and post flow with ease.  A simple LED indicator cycles through the parameter settings with a one dial control.  Perfect for site work too, the CrosArc DC TIG 200 also runs from either a 110V or 230V input supply voltage.


Machine package includes:

  • Cros Arc 200 DC HF TIG Machine
  • 4 Metre DGT26-12 TIG Torch
  • 3 Metre MMA Leads


The Cros Arc 200DC TIG Inverter features the latest technology from CrosArc’s Inverter-based power source. Fitted with a VRD Safety Device and is able to withstand work in any environment. Lightweight at only 7KG, and with the included 4 metre quality Parker TIG Torch, it’s ideal for mobile use or for compact storage in your workshop. Ready to work as soon as you open the box; just plug and go. Delivers excellent results in both MMA and TIG welding.

Complete adjustment for all welding parameters – Pulse, slope, frequency etc. – thanks to the high resolution, full function microprocessor control panel on the front. Select all your ideal settings with ease using the central dial on the front and the user-friendly, robust LCD display.

Pulse-width Modulation (PWM) on board. This is a clever digital system in which digital signals are automatically moderated to produce an analogue-like average output, meaning maximum control over your welds. Just because you’re using digital doesn’t mean the art to your craft has to be lost.

Able to operate TIG Lift and HF (High-Frequency) ignition and MMA on a wide range of materials, including:

  • Mild Steel
  • Stainless Steel


The machine also benefits from 2T and 4T functionality so the user is offered more dexterity and decreased fatigue during welding producing cleaner and more accurate results. In 2T, press the button to begin the weld and release to stop. In 4T, press the button on the torch to start the weld, release, then press the button again to stop.


  • Pulse Frequency
  • High Frequency start
  • LIFT start mode
  • Pulse Function
  • 2T/4T Function
  • Start current
  • Pulse background
  • Slope up/down
  • Pre/Post gas


Pulsed TIG setting allows the user to work with thin materials, minimising heat into the weld and therefore decreasing warpage within the material.  By setting the high and low amperages on the machine and pulsing between the two, heat is introduced into the weld pool momentarily to introduce filler metal.  The lower amperage cycle then cools the weld down briefly before moving back to the higher amperage.  The frequency of this pulse can also be adjusted to suit.  Pulse can decrease the chance of burn through as well as increase weld penetration, quality and speed.   Pulse can also be handy for out of position welding too.

Equipped with HF (High Frequency) Ignition. This differs from Lift TIG or Scratch-Start as in order to create an arc, the electrode does not need to come into contact with the workpiece initially. Simply place the electrode near the workpiece, press the torch trigger and go. It couldn’t be simpler! Alternatively, Lift TIG technology is available on this machine, too, perfect if working near electrically sensitive equipment.

Intelligence Protection on board. In the instance of over-heating, over-current, over-voltage etc., the alarm pilot light on the front panel will switch on to let the user know there is an issue with the machine, meanwhile cutting the output current. This not only ensures that is your machine safe for you to use, but also allows the machine to protect itself, prolonging its service life and efficiency.


Cros Arc 200DC HF TIG features IGBT inverter technology, making it possible to use it safely when powered by a generator.

The Parker DGT26-12 TIG Torch is an easy-to-use button operated torch able to take an electrode of any size between 1.0-4.0mm. The best in Ergonomics technology, so you can ensure comfort for whatever position you weld, whilst maintaining balance and durability.


Protection Class IP23S

TIG duty cycle @ 25% (230V)200A

TIG duty cycle @ 25% (230V)200A

Machine Specifications
Model Cros Arc 200 TIG DC HF
Power Supply (+15%/-15%) 110/230V 1Ph
Amps range 5 – 200 DC
TIG duty cycle @ 25% (230V) 200A
TIG duty cycle @ 100% (110V) 140A
MMA duty cycle @ 100% (230V) 100A
MMA duty cycle @ 100% (110V) 110A
Input fuse (slow blow) 16A
MMA Electrode size 1.6 – 4.0mm
Generator friendly Yes
TIG Ignition HF/TIG
Approx. weight 7kg