Miller Maxstar 200 DX TIG Welder (903701-01-1)

Miller Maxstar 200 DX TIG Welder (903701011)

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When the job demands greater control, pick the Miller MaxStar 200 DX TIG Welder. The 200 DX provides pulse on/off, pulse frequency, a higher duty cycle, background amps, initial amps, initial slope time, final slope time, and final amperage control.

Wireless Remote Control Compatible
Improve productivity, eliminate clutter and cord tangles in the work area. Eliminate cord failure and associated downtime/repair costs and extend the operator's welding range without adding cord extensions.
Lift-Arc
Lift-Arc starting provides x-ray clean welds in AC or DC arc starting without the use of high frequency.

Stick Features (DC)
Tailored arc control (DIG) allows the arc characteristics to be changed for specific applications and electrodes. Smooth running 7018 or stiffer, more penetrating 6010.

Hot Start
Adaptive control provides positive arc starts without sticking.

Low OCV Stick
Low OCV Stick is a simple design that reduces open-circuit voltage to 5-10 VDC when power source is not in use. This built-in circuit design eliminates the need for add-on voltage reducers.

Blue Lightning High Frequency Arc Starter
For more consistent non-contact starts and greater reliability compared to traditional HF arc starters.

Auto-Line Power Management Technology
Allows for any input voltage hookup (115-460 V) with no manual linking, providing convenience in any job setting. Ideal solution for dirty or unreliable power.

DC TIG Features
DC TIG provides exceptionally smooth and precise arc for welding exotic materials.

Comes complete with:
• Maxstar 200 DX power source
• Quick Reference Guide: English | Spanish
• 8 ft (2.4 m) primary cord
• DVD set-up video
• (2) Dinse 50 mm connectors
• Air-cooled torch adapter (195378)
• Adjustable shoulder strap

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