Miller CST™ 280 208-230/400-460 V Dinse, Meter 907563
Designed for Stick/TIG welding pipe and plate in the construction industry, this small, durable, goes-anywhere welder delivers 280 amps of superior Stick performance, up to 3/16” in diameter. LiftArc™ delivers smooth TIG starts without high frequency.
- One set of male Dinse connectors
- Power cord
- Superior Stick Arc Performance
- Simple Voltage Changeover
- Simple To Operate
- Optional Digital Meter
- Remote Amperage Control
- 4 and 8 Pack Racks
- Twist Lock Receptacles
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Miller CST™ 280 Processes
- Stick (SMAW)
- TIG DC (GTAW-DC)
Miller CST™ 280 Specifications:
High Purity Processing
Maintenance and Repair - Field Operations
Maintenance and Repair - In Plant
Pipe Fabrication / Construction
|Carbon Diameter||3/16 in (4.8 mm)|
|Input Voltage||208 V
|Input Phase||1 and 3-Phase|
|Input Hz||50 / 60 Hz|
|Net Height||13.5 in|
|Net Length||18 in|
|Net Weight||41 lbs|
|Weldable Metals||Stainless Steel
|Net Width||7.5 in|
|Rated Output||280 A @ 31.2 V, 35% Duty Cycle (Three Phase)
200 A @ 28 V, 100% Duty Cycle (Three Phase)
200 A @ 28 V, 50% Duty Cycle (Single Phase)
150 A @ 26 V, 100% Duty Cycle (Single Phase)
|Max Open Circuit Voltage||67 VDC|
|Amperage Range||5 DC - 280 DC|
Miller's True Blue Warranty
|Weight:||43 Lb(s) 0 Oz|
Product Questions and Answers
Q - Which wireless remote foot controller works with this? A - The Miller Wireless Remote Foot Control #300429. It plugs right into the 14-pin receptacle on the machine.
Q - What connectors does this come with? A - Two male Dinse connectors are included. If you need to use Tweco fittings, you can buy Miller Dinse/Tweco Adapter #042465.
How to start an arc with scratch start technique:
- Position control to Stick mode.
Use the Process Select Control and choose between the four Stick processes (Stick E XX18 Soft, E XX18 Stiff, E XX10 Soft, or E XX10 stiff).
- Arc drag electrode across workpiece.
Move electrode across metal like striking a match.
- Lift electrode slightly after touching work.
If arc goes out, electrode was lifted too high. If electrode sticks to workpiece, use a quick twist to free it.