Miller Bobcat 225 with GFCI 907791
Miller Bobcat has upgraded the Bobcat 225 GFCI with their Remote Start/Stop technology. Using a wireless key fob controller, you can now start or stop the Bobcat 225 without the hassle of having to walk over to it. Besides being a huge time saver, the ability to remotely stop and start the machine helps get the most out of every tank of fuel, reduces emissions on the job site, reduces noise on the job site. The new Bobcat 225 GFCI is still the same great multiprocess welder/generator, but now gives you the convenience of being able to start and stop the machine the same way a remote starter key fob for a car does.
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|Title||Bobcat™ 225 with Remote Start/Stop|
DIY / Home Hobbyist
Farm and Ranch
Maintenance and Repair - Field Operations
Work / Service Trucks
|Engine Idle Speed||2300 RPM|
|Engine Weld Speed||3600 RPM|
|Fuel Tank Size||12 Gallon|
|Single Phase Generator Continuous Power||9500 W|
|Single Phase Generator Peak Power||11000 W|
|Sound Rating||73.5 dB|
|Current Type||AC / DC|
|Amperage Range||40 - 225|
|Net Width||20 in|
|Net Height||28 in|
|Net Length||40.5 in|
|Net Weight||485 lbs|
|Warranty||3 Years, Miller's True Blue Warranty|
|Portability||Lift Eye (Standard)
Running Gear / Cart (Optional)
|Weld Output||CC / CV|
|Weight:||520 Lb(s) 8 Oz|
Product Questions and Answers
How to Install Exhaust Pipe:
Stop engine and let it cool.
Insert Exhaust Pipe.
Insert the exhaust pipe and align the fastener.
Point Exhaust Pipe.
Point the exhaust pipe in the desired direction, BUT AWAY from front panel, LP fuel tank, and the direction of travel.
Fasten the exhaust Pipe using the fastener provided.