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    I have a Lincoln eagle 1000 engine driven welder , Lincoln says it can be used to run inverter welder and plasma cutters ,but I can’t find any specs for THD. I have a good digital storage o-sope ,but I am not sure how to test the output other than to see if it looks like a sine wave without a lot of transient spikes. What experiences do any of you on the form have with running Everlast equipment from generators? I don’t want to risk a $1000 mig machine to get my answer until I have some more information. Can I protect the welder with some parallel MOV’s or a line reactor? I know what the manual says but what do you find that works in the field?

    Last edited by Jeremy; 05-02-2015 at 03:05 AM. Reason: I can't spell

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