Miller Maxstar 200 STR Low OCV Stick Welder (907036)

Miller Maxstar 200 STR Low OCV Stick Welder (907036)

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This product is no longer available *** Suggested replacement machine is Miller 907682 ***

Features:
• Auto-Line provides state-of-the-art flexibility by automatically connecting to 120-460 VAC, single- or three- phase power without removing the covers to relink the power source. • Low OCV Stick reduces open-circuit voltage to 9-14 VDC when power source is not in use. This built-in circuit design eliminates the need for add-on voltage reducers.
• Superior Stick arc performance on all input voltages. Even on the difficult to run electrodes like E6010.
• Portable in shop or at job site - at 32lb the Maxstar 200 STR is easily moved from location to location.
• Adaptive Hot Start for Stick arc starts automatically increases output amperage at start of weld should the start require it. Prevents electrode from sticking and creating an inclusion.
• Lift Arc start for TIG arc starts without the use of high frequency.
• Fan-On-Demand operates only when needed reducing noise, power consumption, and the amount of airborne contaminants pulled through the machine.
• Wind Tunnel Technology provides internal air flow that protects electrical components and PC boards from dirt, dust, debris; greatly improving reliability.
• Line Voltage Compensation (LVC) keeps output of the power source constant regardless of fluctuation in input power ± 10%.
Comes complete with:
• 8 ft Power Cord and 2 Dinse Connectors
• Low OCV with StickStuck

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