Miller Dynasty® 210 Complete With Foot Control 951666
Miller Dynasty® 210 Complete With Foot Control is a water-cooled, 210 amp, AC/DC TIG welding package that comes with everything you need to start welding (except welding wire and shielding gas cylinder). The system features the Dynasty 210 CPS (Cooler Power Supply) with dedicated power receptacle for the included Miller Coolmate™ 1.3 water cooler. The Dynasty 210 complete package also includes 250 amp water-cooled TIG torch, gas flowmeter, gas hose, remote foot control, four gallons of torch coolant and a running gear with cylinder rack.
The Dynasty 210 can weld up to 1/4 inch thick aluminum and 1/4 inch thick steel. The Dynasty 210's inverter design makes this welder compact and lightweight (only 50 pounds). The 210 CPS features user-friendly weld control interface and comes complete with memory card expansion slot for maximum flexibility and expand-ability.
Miller's Autoline™ automatic input voltage sensing allows the Dynasty 210 CPS to be hooked up to 120 volt to 480 volt, single phase or three phase, input power without manual linking. The Miller Dynasty® 210 CPS TIG welder provides the basic features that are required for most AC/DC TIG or STICK welding applications, including pulsed DC TIG welding and provides operator-friendly, menu-driven features.
TIG (GTAW) DC
TIG (GTAW) AC
Pulsed TIG (GTAW-P) DC
Stick (SMAW) DC
Stick (SMAW) AC
Update and expand. Front panel
memory card data port provides
the ability to easily update software
and expand product features.
Pro-Set™ eliminates the guesswork
when setting weld parameters.
Use Pro-Set when you want the
speed, convenience and confidence
of preset controls. Simply select
the feature and adjust until
Pro-Set appears on the display.
Sleep timer conserves electricity.
This programmable feature will power
down the machine if it sits idle for a
Meter calibration allows digital meters to be calibrated
Cooler Power Supply (CPS)
integrated 120-volt dedicated-use
receptacle for the Coolmate™
1.3 water cooler.
Cooler-On-Demand™ feature operates the
auxiliary cooling system only when needed,
reducing noise, energy use, and airborne
contaminants pulled through the cooler.
Fan-On-Demand™ cooling system only operates when needed.
Auto-Line™ provides state-of-the-art flexibility by automatically connecting to 120-460 VAC, single- or three- phase power without removing the covers to relink the power source. No longer is there a concern if you have the correct machine for the shop or the job site.
Lift-Arc™ start provides TIG arc starting without the use of high frequency.
Wind Tunnel Technology™ is an internal air flow that protects electrical components and PC boards from dirt, dust, and debris, greatly improving reliability.
LVC™ Line Voltage Compensation
Keeps output of the power source constant regardless of fluctuation in input power +/- 10%.
Squarewave technology is the AC output of a power source that has the ability to rapidly switch between the positive and negative half cycles of alternating current.
Thermal Overload Protection -
Internal components are protected from damage by thermal overload protection which automatically shuts down the unit if duty cycle is exceeded or air flow and cooling are restricted.
AC TIG Features
Blue Lightning™ - High Frequency Arc Starter for non-contact arc initiation. More consistent arc starts compared to traditional HF arc starters. Greater reliability and no maintenance on solid state components. Preset parameters for tungsten sizes from .020 - 1/8 inch provide optimized starting for applications from thick to micro thin material. For unique applications, custom settings are programmable.
Extended AC Balance (60-80%) controls the amount of oxide cleaning (amperage time in EN) which is essential for high quality welds on aluminum.
AC frequency (70-150 hz) controls the width of the arc cone and the force of the arc.
Soft squarewave waveform for a soft
buttery arc with maximum
puddle control and good wetting action
DC TIG Features
Exceptionally smooth and precise arc for welding exotic materials.
Stick Features (AC/DC)
DIG control allows the arc characteristics to be changed for specific
applications and electrodes. Lower
the DIG setting for smooth running
electrodes like E7018 and increase
the DIG setting for stiffer, more
penetrating electrodes like E6010.
Hot Start™ adaptive control provides
positive arc starts without sticking.
AC frequency control adds stability for
smoother welds when AC Stick welding.
Stick-Stuck detects if the electrode is
stuck to the part and turns the welding
output off to safely and easily remove
the electrode. Menu selectable.
Comes complete with
Dynasty® 210 CPS TIG Welder
Cooler Power Supply dedicated use receptacle for Coolmate™ 1.3
Coolmate™ 1.3 water cooler
Four gallons of coolant
Remote foot control #194744
250 amp water-cooled TIG torch w/25 ft leads & TIG accessory kit
15 ft work cable & clamp
Flowmeter & gas hose
Quick Reference Guide (English)
Adjustable shoulder strap
8 ft (2.4 m) primary cord
(2) Dinse 50-mm male connectors
Get a $200 online, cash back Build With Blue™ Spring Savings rebate from Miller with the purchase of a Dynasty® 210 TIG welder. Earn up to $200 MORE in rebates when you purchase additional Miller or Hobart branded products. Rebate application instructions included with order. Additional products must be purchased on the same order as welder. Expires 6/30/17.
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from Titusville, Florida asked:
June 30, 2016
What is the difference between dynasty 210 dx and dynasty 280 dx other than amperage?
In basic terms the Dynasty 280 is a heavy duty version of the Dynasty 210. The 280 has a max welding amperage of 280 amps . The 210 has a max welding amperage of 210 amps. Most operating features are the same except that the 280DX has 2 additional features,Insight Core and Insight Centerpoint.These features monitor and report basic weld productively ,quality measures, and provides real time operator feedback and machine control. These features are basically used in production welding for quality control monitoring and supervision. The 280 can run on multiple voltages from 208-575 volt single or 3 phase. The 210 has the same multi voltage capability except it is limited on the high end to 480 volts .The 280 has a material thickness range in AC tig of .012-3/8" and in DC tig the range is .004-3/8". The 210 material thickness range in AC tig is .012-1/4" and in DC tig it is .002 -1/4".. Both machines can stick weld with common electrodes like 6010,7018,.. The 280 can be used for light carbon arc gouging .While the 210 cannot.
on July 1, 2016
from Maxwell, CA asked:
June 23, 2016
Can the Trailblazer 325 EFI welder/generator run the Dynasty 210?
Miller indicates that the Miller Dynasty 210 Complete With Foot Control 951666 can run off of a Trailblazer 325 EFI
on June 24, 2016
from Louisa County, VA. asked:
October 24, 2015
What's the difference between the 951666 and 951668(except for the price:).
The Miller Dynasty 210 Complete With Foot Control 951666 package comes with the base model Dynasty 210 power source. The Miller Dynasty 210 DX Complete With Foot Control 951668 package comes with the deluxe model Dynasty 210 DX power source. The 210DX has more features than the base model 210
on October 26, 2015