Miller Dimension™ 652 230/460/575 V 903379
Designed for heavy industrial welding applications, the Miller® Dimension multiprocess applications welder allows you to complete all project sizes with a 100 percent duty cycle for an extended arc-on time. Complete any task in tough to build industries like Aerospace, to Railcar, to Shipbuilding with the 3-phase welding machine. The quick switch toggle allows you to easily switch from following processes: Air Carbon Arc Cutting and Gouging (CAC-A), Flux-Cored )FCAW), MIG (GMAW), Stick (SMAW), Submerged Arc (SAW) TIG (GTAW). The arc control panel built into the Miller Dimension™ 652 230/460/575 V 903379 further allows you to control the type and quality of welding necessary to get the job done the first time around.
- Fabrication and Construction
- Heavy Manufacturing
- MRO — Maintenance/Repair
- Pressure Tank/Vessel Fabrication
- Pipe Welding
- Refineries and Foundries
- Railcar Manufacturing
- Earth-Moving Equipment Manufacturing
- MIG (GMAW)
- Stick (SMAW)
- TIG (GTAW)
- Flux-cored (FCAW)
- Air carbon arc (CAC-A)
cutting and gouging
- Submerged arc (SAW)
Electronic Engine Display (Kubota USA Models Only)
Simultaneously see and analyze diagnostics for quick and easy servicing like:
- Fuel Level
- Engine Hours
- Coolant Temperature
- Oil Pressure
- Battery Volts
- Engine RPM
Miller Dimension™ 652 230/460/575 V 903379:
|DC multiprocess capability||Provides versatility and outstanding arc performance in CV (MIG) and CC (stick, TIG, CAC-A).|
|Built-in arc control||Lets you get in tight without sticking the electrode. An electrode compensation circuit ensures consistent arc control performance regardless of the electrode size.|
|Internal digital voltage control (DVC)||Enables the operator to preset weld voltage in the CV mode prior to welding.|
|Line voltage compensation||Ensures consistent weld performance by keeping output power constant even if primary input power varies by ±10 percent.|
|Hot Start™||Makes it easy to start difficult stick electrodes such as E-6010 and E-7018.|
|Power-efficient||For exceptional value and return on your investment.|
|115-volt duplex receptacle||It provides 15 amps of auxiliary power.|
|Thermal overload protection||Helps prevent machine damage if the duty cycle is exceeded or airflow is blocked.|
|Power cord strain relief||Provided for your convenience at installation.|
|Fan-On-Demand™||The cooling system operates only when needed. Reduces contaminants drawn into the machine and excess noise in work areas.|
|Digital voltmeter and ammeter||are easy to read, even at 30 feet (9.2 m).|
|Simple control panel||Features single range amperage/voltage adjustment. Provides easy and efficient operation.|
|14-pin receptacle||Provides quick, direct connection to Miller 14-pin wire feeders and accessories.|
|Remote on/off capabilities||Allows the operator to turn the power source on and off from a distance.|
|Remote voltage control||Allows the operator to change the voltage from the feeder.|
|Enclosed circuit boards||Provides additional protection from contaminants
resulting in a longer service life.
|PC board protection||Prevents the wire feeder power or other stray voltages (less than 115 VAC) from harming the power source PC board.|
Welder/generator is warranted by Miller for three years, parts and labor. The engine is warranted separately by the engine manufacturer.
Check out the wide selection of welding machines including MIG welding machines, TIG welders, and Stick welding machines.
- Air Carbon Arc Cutting and Gouging (CAC-A)
- Flux Cored (FCAW)
- MIG (GMAW)
- Stick (SMAW)
- Submerged Arc (SAW)
- TIG (GTAW)
Dimension™ 652 Specifications:
Heavy Equipment Manufacturing
Boat / Yacht
High Purity Processing
|Carbon Diameter||3/8 in (9.5 mm)|
|Input Voltage||220/230/240 V
|Input Hz||60 Hz|
|Portability||Lift Eye (Standard)
Running Gear / Cart (Optional)
|Net Height||30 in|
|Net Length||38 in|
|Net Weight||545 lbs|
|Net Width||23 in|
Miller's True Blue Warranty
|Weight:||598 Lb(s) 0 Oz|
Product Questions and Answers
How to connect weld output cables:
- Remove supplied nut.
Remove suppied nut from weld output terminal.
- Weld cable terminal.
Slide weld cable terminal onto weld output terminal.
- Secure weld cable terminal.
Secure with nut so that weld cable terminal is tight against copper bar.