Miller Syncrowave 200 Runner (907308001)

Miller Syncrowave 200 Runner (907308001)

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Miller Syncrowave 200 Runner (907308001)

Complete with cart, foot control, regulator and hose, TIG torch. Built in pulser. Also stick elctrode holder cable and ground clamp.


Comes with full 3 year factory warranty.

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Syncrowave 200 Runner p/n: Mil 907308-001

The Power To Weld More - More power, more features and more control in a simple, easy-to-use package at an affordable price.

Fan-On-DemandImproves power efficiency and reduces noise and maintenance by lessening the amount of airborne contaminants pulled through the machine.

Adaptive Hot Start for StickAutomatically increases output amperage at the start of a weld should the start require it and prevents the electrode from sticking and creating an inclusion.

Syncro StartAllows customized arc starts for more precise arcs and fine-tuning for each application based on tungsten diameter, material thickness and shielding gas mixture.

FeaturesNEW! Built-in pulse control enhances weld bead and puddle control for improved appearance and quality - reduce burn through, coordinate the addition of filler material, and reduce the warping effects of distortion by reducing the average heat input.

New! Cable Management System uses dual cable hangers and foot control storage convienently attached to the power source side panels to allow all weld cables and the remote foot control to be neatly stored, preventing torch, cable, or remote damage.

New! Runnerhas low cylinder rack to eliminate the need for lifting when changing gas cylinders.

New! 115v auxiliary power receptacle is conveniently located on the front panel, allowing for operation of a Coolmate&trade torch coolant system or other small tools.

New! Syncro Start allows the operator to choose from three different starting conditions to optimize the application (Soft/Standard/Hot).

New! Dual digital meters allow for quick and easy viewing of actual and preset values of amperage and voltage.

New! Auto-Postflow protects the weld end zone and electrode by optimizing postflow time based on welding amperage - for adequate shielding every time without waste and no need for adjustment.

Squarewave output with Ac balance control features adjustable penetration and cleaning action while increasing arc stability on various aluminum alloys, and helps eliminate tungsten spitting and arc rectification.

Arc hour/cycle counter records actual welding time and number of arc starts.

Dig Control allows the arc characteristics to be changed for specific applications and electrodes. Lower the Dig setting for smooth running electrodes like E7018 and increase the Dig setting for stiffer, more penetrating electrodes like E6010.

TIG (Gtaw)

Pulsed TIG (Gtaw-P)

Stick (Smaw)

Industrial Applications

Light Metal Fabrication

Maintenance and Repair

Light Manufacturing




Input Power Requires 1-Phase Power

Rated Output 150 A at 26 Vac, 40% Duty Cycle

Output Power Range 5 - 200 Amps

Net Weight271 lb (123 kg)

Syncrowave 200 Runner&reg with Torch Package (907308-011) comes with all of the following: Syncrowave 200 No. 39 Running Gear Remote Foot Control (Rfcs-14) * Completely Assembled * 12-ft, 150-amp air-cooled WP1712SFDI Weldcraft&trade torch with superflex nylon power cable &amp Quick-Connect. Electrode holder with Quick-Connect 10-ft. gas hose Regulator/flowmeter

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