Combined Welder - Digital - TIG - MIG/MAG - MMA - 200 A

Item number: EX10020229 / Model: TRON 200

Combined Welder - Digital - TIG - MIG/MAG - MMA - 200 A

  • Item number: EX10020229
  • Model: TRON 200
  • In the product range since: 2018

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Combined Welder - Digital - TIG - MIG/MAG - MMA - 200 A


  • Versatile, thanks to TIG, MIG/MAG, MMA and FCAW
  • Digital menu with 10 job programs
  • Easily switch between the welding functions and between 2- / 4-stroke welding
  • Comfortable MIG welding thanks to synergy function and option for spool gun
  • MMA welding with VRD, anti-stick and arc force

Key facts

Combined Welder - Digital - TIG - MIG/MAG - MMA - 200 A

The combined welder TRON 200 with digital menu navigation offers the right welding process for every metalwork. Thin sheets or robust steel girders, with or without gas, on the construction site or in the workshop, with MIG/MAG, TIG, MMA or FCAW welding processes -- this welder has all the options for efficiently and safely welding metals together. With its powerful IGBT inverter, this welder is able to quickly switch between welding processes, thus delivering high-quality welds with a very low error rate.


Certain welding jobs always come up again and again in a workshop or on a construction site. It's always nice when one can fall back on preset settings. Thanks to its digital technology, the combined welder TRON 200 has 10 job programs available which you can set and save yourself. This way, there's no need to test your welding settings anew every time -- instead, you can rely on your digitally-saved previous experience.


Selecting the parameters is particularly comfortable, thanks to the clearly arranged control panel. The knobs and buttons for selecting functions and welding parameters are easily accessible and a breeze to use even when wearing welding gloves. The intuitive menu navigation makes it easy to set the welding parameters. All selected parameters are clearly visible on the LED display.

  • Welding processes MIG/MAG, TIG, MMA, FCAW
  • Highly versatile, suitable for metal work in construction or in workshops
  • Clearly-laid-out control panel with digital menu and LED display
  • Switch easily between 2-stroke and 4-stroke operation
  • Suitable for different types of metal, depending on the welding process
  • The wire feed can be controlled either through the standard wire feeder or through the spool gun on the torch.

MIG/MAG - fast, effective and universally-applicable


When it comes to MIG / MAG welding, the welding seam is protected with gas: inert gas for MIG welding, and active gases for MAG. This welding method is characterized by high welding quality, efficiency and remarkable welding speed. This makes it universally applicable, equally useful for large steel structures or for smaller welding tasks. For MIG welding, you can choose to use a spool gun (not included), which feeds the wire directly on the torch.


The synergy function makes it easier to optimally match all the parameters during MIG/MAG welding. Simply select the required welding current between 50 and 200 A and the remaining parameters such as welding voltage and wire speed will be set automatically.

TIG - weld metal with a smaller weld zone and minimal finishing


The TIG welding process of the TRON 200 uses a Lift-Arc start to activate the arc. This process has the advantage over a high-frequency start of not influencing or incapacitating nearby sensitive electronic devices such as smartphones, computers or control panels. In addition, there are neither tungsten inclusions nor ignition problems in the event that the cable assembly fails, thereby avoiding damage to the electrode tip.


TIG welding is suited for most metals and can be used from a metal thickness of 1 mm. The torch produces few sparks and spatter and guarantees high quality welds that leave very little distortion. The welding parameters can be easily controlled via the control panel, and it is possible to weld in various positions, whether vertically, horizontally or overhead.

  • Lift-Arc start
  • Suited even for thin metals starting at 1 mm
  • Minimal sparks, slag or finishing

MMA - flexible electrode welding without extra gas


No additional gas is required for MMA (Manual Metal Arc) welding, enabling it to be used outdoors even in strong wind. With this welding method, the welder generates a very stable current, all the while securely maintaining the voltage. This allows you to make high-quality welds on a wide variety of metals.


The VDR function ensures your safety when using the MMA method, especially when welding in humid environments. Additionally, the built-in arc force and anti-stick functions can be automatically activated for quick and comfortable welding.

  • Arc force, anti-stick
  • VDR -- work safely in damp environments by reducing voltage before and after the welding process.
  • Weld outdoors without gas
  • Weld metals from 1.5 mm thick

FCAW - weld smaller metal work with flux-cored wire


FCAW welding produces a weld seam by means of a cored wire, without the need for additional gas as protection. Accordingly, this device is remarkably handy, allowing you not only to weld from whichever position you require, but also outdoors. Its versatility makes it suitable for a wide range of small metalwork, repairs or base welding work on cars.

TRON 200
Item number
Rated input voltage
230 V
Input frequency
50 Hz
Max. input current
33.9 A (MIG)
38.3 A (MMA)
25.8 A (TIG)
Rated input power
7.5 kVA (MIG)
8.75 kVA (MMA)
5.6 kVA (TIG)
Max. input power
7.8 kVA (MIG)
8.8 kVA (MMA)
5.9 kVA (TIG)
Open circuit voltage
69 V
No-load voltage with VRD
23.7 V
MIG welding voltage
15 - 24 V
Welding current TIG-DC
15 - 200 A
Welding current MIG
50 - 200 A
Welding current MMA
40 - 200 A
Operating time / duty cycle
30 %
Welding current at 100 % duty cycle
110 A (MIG), 110 A (TIG), 110 A (MMA)
Welding current at 60 % duty cycle
142 A (MIG), 142 A (TIG), 142 A (MMA)
Electrode diameter (TIG)
1 - 2.4 mm
Electrode diameter (MMA)
1.6 - 4 mm
Ignition (TIG)
Welding strength MMA
1.5 -10 mm
Welding strength TIG
1 - 5 mm
Welding strength MIG
Up to 5 mm
Power factor
Efficiency (below rated power)
0.80 %
Arc Force
Switch for 2- / 4-stroke operation
Switch for spool gun (REM)
Device cooling
Power fan
Torch cooling
Insulation class
Protection class
MIG cable assembly
3 m
MMA welding cable with electrode holder
3 m
TIG cable assembly
3.8 m
Grounding cable
3 m
Power cable
1.9 m
Dimensions (LxWxH)
21.5 x 44.5 x 37.5 cm
19 kg
Shipping dimensions (LxWxH)
59 x 41 x 42 cm
Shipping weight
24 kg

IGBT = insulated-gate bipolar transistor. IGBT is a bipolar transistor with an insulated gate electrode. This semi-conducting device is being increasingly used in power electronics because it combines the advantages of two transistor types: the easy controls of the field effect transistor and the fast switching and high breakdown voltage of the bipolar transistor. The IGBT also offers some robustness against short circuits because it limits the electrical continuity. IGBTs are a further development of MOSFET technology.


TIG/MIG and MAG welding require a protective gas. Inert gases, such as argon and helium, as well as active gases (for example carbon dioxide) and other mixtures can be used. The solenoid valve regulates the flow of gas. The valve is operated via a button on the torch.


On the back of every welding machine is a screw with an earthing mark. Before use, earth the unit via a cross-section cable, which must be at least 6 mm².










This device works with a 1-phase connection (230 V +/- 10 %).


Start the weld by placing pressure on the torch button. Stop the process by releasing the button.


By pressing the torch button the solenoid valve opens. allowing the gas to flow in. The gas pre-flow ignites the arc at the pre-set current. Releasing the burner button initiates a rise in the current to that of the pre-set welding current. The welding process stops once you press the burner button again.


The current value increases automatically when the arc is shorter.


This function helps to prevent overheating of the electrode by switching off the welding current when the electrode sticks to the material.


A welding method in which the arc is maintained through an electrical current supplied from a non-consumable electrode. The arc is protected from the access of air by an inert gas.


Electrode welding with a coated electrode.


Welding with wire feed in a protective atmosphere.






Choose between the 2T and 4T mode.


By using the SHIFT key the welding mode can be selected.


The welding unit can internally save programs. You can start the desired program by pressing the button PROG.


The unit can store several welding programs digitally under selected numbers, for example programs specific to the requirements of certain materials.


Shows the welding / cutting parameters.


The LED light indicates overheating or a malfunction.


The LED lights to indicate that the supply voltage has dropped by 10% or more than that of the required voltage.

Does this device have an anti-stick function?

Yes, the anti-stick function switches on automatically when MMA welding and prevents the electrode from sticking to the workpiece.

Can you use this welder to weld in TIG mode?

Yes, simply select TIG mode from the digital menu. The device uses lift-arc start for this welding process, which has less effect on sensitive devices nearby.

  • Combined welder TRON 200
  • TIG cable assembly, 3.8 m
  • MIG cable assembly, 3 m
  • MMA welding cable with electrode holder, 3 m
  • Grounding cable with clamp, 3 m
  • 3 clamping sleeves - 1.6 / 2.0 / 2.4 mm
  • Clamping sleeve housing
  • 3 ceramic gas nozzles (4 mm, 5 mm, 6 mm)
  • TIG electrode, Ø 2 mm
  • MIG gas nozzle
  • MIG contact tip, Ø 0.8 mm
  • Long torch cover
  • Short torch cover
  • User manual