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am·per·age

(am'pĕr-ij),
Intensity of electric current, as measured in amperes. See: ampere.

amperage

(am′pĕ′răj, am-pēr′ăj)
The rate of flow of electrons in an electrical circuit.
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Using the Syncrowave 250 DX's digital meters, Troutman limits his maximum welding amperage to 170 amps for the thinner frame tubes and 200 amps for the thicker head tube.
They have long lives because they are solid state and protected against contaminants, can withstand vibration and temperature extremes, and are available in a range of amperages from 42A to 250A for systems of 12-36V DC.
The Invertec V205-T AC/DC is described as the only welder in this amperage range to offer selectable wave shapes to tailor the arc performance specific to the welding application.