A simple square wave follows a pattern similar to that of a sine wave, a series of alternating high and low voltages. The difference is that a sine wave’s magnitude changes continuously, whereas a square wave’s magnitude switches instantaneously between its maximum voltage and zero volts. A square wave is useful for many welding applications.
See the products TRUMPF will have on display at FABTECH on Nov 11-13 in Atlanta. TRUMPF will introduce a wide array of new products and technologies, including the world premiere of the TruLaser 2030 fiber laser cutting machine, in addition to new laser cutting, punching and press brake technologies, laser marking, laser welding, and power tools. Visit our FABTECH web site: www.us.trumpf.com
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