Miller Bobcat 260 with Remote Start/Stop, GFCI #907792
The Miller Bobcat 260 GFCI improves on the Bobcat 250 with the inclusion of Remote Start/Stop technology and an amp/volt range of 40 – 260, a gain of 10 amps over the Bobcat 250. You can now say goodbye to walking back and forth to the machine to power it on or off and the equally bad alternative of just leaving it running all day. With the inclusion of a key fob wireless transmitter, you can start it up or shut it down with the push of a button--just like the remote start key fob for a car.
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|Title||Bobcat™ 260 with Remote Start/Stop, GFCI|
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||72.5 dB|
|Current Type||AC / DC|
|Amperage Range||40 - 260|
|Net Width||20 in|
|Net Height||28 in|
|Net Length||40.5 in|
|Net Weight||501 lbs|
|Warranty||3 Years, Miller's True Blue Warranty|
|Portability||Lift Eye (Standard)
Running Gear / Cart (Optional)
|Weld Output||CC / CV|
|Weight:||530 Lb(s) 0 Oz|
Product Questions and Answers
How to use remote key fob to start and stop machine:
- Power on machine.
Turn power control dial to Run/Idle, an orange light will appear on upper right of control panel above amperage control.
- Start machine.
Press button on key fob once, then press again and hold for 3 seconds to start. Machine will emit a constant beep while starting to alert anyone in vicinity that it is being started up.
- Power off machine.
Press button on key fob and hold for one second to stop.