Miller Syncrowave 250DX TIGRunner Welder #951117
**DISCONTINUED - Replaced by #907782**
The Miller Syncrowave 250DX Welder is a proven TIG welder for the most demanding applications, including precision metal fabrication, light and heavy manufacturing, aerospace and shipbuilding.
The 250DX features Squarewave technology for arc stability when welding aluminum, effectively eliminating arc rectification and preventing tungsten erosion. Miller's Syncro Start allows the choice of Soft, Standard or Hot TIG starts, depending on your application, lead length and tungsten size. This welder also features last procedure recall. This simplifies changing your Syncrowave back and forth between aluminum TIG to stainless TIG or Stick welding. To ensure greater accuracy and repeatability of your welding procedures, the amperage, voltage and preset values are digitally displayed. And for good arc strikes with no sticking, the 250 DX has Miller's Adaptive Hot Start.
- TIG (GTAW)
- Pulsed TIG (GTAW-P)(optional)
- Stick (SMAW)
- Precision Metal Fabrication
- Maintenance and Repair
- Light and Heavy Manufacturing
- Tube and Pipe
Syncrowave 250 DX Complete INCLUDES:
- Syncrowave 250 DX power source
- (2) Dinse 50 mm connectors
- No. 37 Running Gear
- CoolmateTM 3.5 Cooler
- Coolant (4 gallons)
- RFCS-14 remote foot control
- 25 ft (7.6 m) Weldcraft® WP20
- Torch accesory kit with tungsten
- Sheilding Cups
- Collets-1/16, 3/32, 1/8
- Collet Bodies-1/16, 3/32, 1/8
- 2% Cerium Tungsten-1/16, 3/32, 1/8
- 15 ft (4.6 m) work lead w/clamp
- Gas hose
- Cable cover
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Other Versions of the Miller Syncrowave 250DX:
Miller Syncrowave 250DX #951117 Specifications:
|Input Voltage Options||230/460/575 V|
|Input Hz Range||50 / 60 Hz|
|Current Type||AC / DC|
|Rated Output||250 A at 30 VAC, 40% Duty Cycle, 60 Hz
225 A at 29 VAC, 40% Duty Cycle, 50 Hz
|Amperage Range||3–310 A|
|Maximum Open Current Voltage||80 VDC|
|Material Thickness||Steel: 0.012 in. (0.3 mm) - 1/2 in. (12.7 mm)
Aluminum: 0.015 in. (0.4 mm) - 3/8 in. (9.5 mm)
TIG AC (GTAW-AC)
TIG DC (GTAW-DC)
Pulsed TIG (GTAW-P, optional)
Air Carbon Arc (CAC-A)
|Light Industrial Applications||Precision Metal Fabrication
Maintenance and Repair
Tube and Pipe
Racing / Customizing / Restoring
DIY / Home Hobbyist
Farm and Ranch
Metal Art / Sculptures
Boat / Yacht
High Purity Processing
|Net Width||28.5 in. (724 mm)|
|Net Height||46 in. (1168 mm)|
|Net Length||40.5 in. (1029 mm)|
|Net Weight||478 lb. (217 kg)|
|Portability||Lift Eye (Standard)
Running Gear / Cart (Standard)
|Warranty||3 years - Miller's True Blue Warranty|
|Weight:||583 Lb(s) 0 Oz|
Product Questions and Answers
How to make TIG connections:
- Connect gas hose.
Connect gas hose from gas supply to gas in fitting.
- Output selector switch.
Switch is shown in DCEN for TIG HF Impulse welding. For TIG AC, place switch in AC position.
- Weld Output Terminal.
Connect work lead to work weld output terminal.
- Remote 14 receptacle.
Connect desired remote control to Remote 14 receptacle.
- Connect TIG torch.
Connect TIG torch to electrode weld output terminal.
- Connect gas hose.
Connect torch gas hose to gas out fitting.