Miller Digital Infinity Cat 2nd Edition Welding Helmet (282007)
Miller Digital Infinity Cat 2nd Edition Welding Helmet with ClearLight Lens  (282007)
Miller Digital Infinity Cat 2nd Edition Welding Helmet with ClearLight Lens  (282007)
Miller Digital Infinity Cat 2nd Edition Welding Helmet with ClearLight Lens  (282007)

Miller Digital Infinity Cat 2nd Edition Welding Helmet with ClearLight Lens (282007)

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The Miller Cat 2nd Edition Digital Infinity Auto Darkening Welding Helmet with ClearLight Lens Technology (282007) features 13.4 square inches of viewing area in a wide screen format. You'll be seeing things out of your hood that you didn't know existed! And thanks to Miller's InfoTrack, the lens in this hood will track and display arc time. How cool is that?

This helmet features Miller's "ClearLight" lens technology. The ClearLight technology provides a brighter light state and crisp view while welding, enhancing visibility and reducing eye strain.

Features
• 13.4 sq. in. viewing area with wide screen format provides unsurpassed view and eliminates tunnel vision
• Four arc sensors and four modes: Weld, Cut, Grind and X-Mode
• X-Mode prevents sunlight from darkening the lens before welding starts and low-amperage lens opening from obstructed sensors
• Digital controls easily adjust shade, delay and sensitivity
• InfoTrack advanced lens technology tracks and displays arc time
• Improved headgear with comfort cushion
• Meets ANSI Z87.1+ and CSA standards
• Shades: Cut - #5-8 | Weld - #8-13
• TIG Rating: 5 amps & below
• Switching Speed: 1/20,000 sec
• Weight: 23 oz

Comes With:
• 5 outside cover lenses (271320)
• 2 inside cover lenses (271319)
• Mag/Cheater lens holder
• Helmet bag (770250)
• Three year lens warranty

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