Miller Syncrowave 250 DX TIG Welder 907194
By Chris from Covington La on August 29, 2012
What is the Sequencer Module?
By Customer Service on August 30, 2012
Answer:The 300547 sequencer modules is a field installed option that inhances the Syncrowave 250's capabilties.It can be programed to provide a starting current higher or lower
than the welding current orit can be programed to adjust the initial and final slope
and final current for trailing the weld.It also provides
a spot timer for TIG spot application
By John from Tampa,fl on December 31, 2013
I'm curious how this would ship? Would I be able to ship to my house or would it be freight and I would have to find a place?
By Customer Service on January 2, 2014
Answer:Miller Syncrowave 250 DX TIG Welder 907194 would ship via common carries directly to you.
By Travis from Mexico, Missouri on November 1, 2013
does this price include a foot control?
By Customer Service on November 1, 2013
Answer:The Miller Syncrowave 250 DX TIG Welder 907194 does not include the foot control .. If you need to order a foot control for this machine you can use the
Miller RFCS-14 Foot Control 043554 or the Miller RFCS-14 HD Foot Control 194744
By todd from windom mn. on January 16, 2014
what is a power factor correction option do?
By Customer Service on January 17, 2014
Answer:When used on the Miller Syncrowave 250 DX TIG Welder 907194 the Power Factor Correction reduces primary amperage draw by
approximately 25 percent allowing the
use of smaller breakers/fuses and smaller
primary cord. Power Factor does not reduce
the power consumption/electrical bill.
By Henry S from Phoenix, AZ on August 15, 2012
What is the power source requirements for this unit.
By Customer Service on August 16, 2012
Answer:The Syncrowave 250DX running on 208 volt, single phase input power, will have a max amperage draw of 101 amps. If you've got 230 volt, single phase input power, the max amperage draw will be 88 amps. Running on 460 volt, single phase input power drops the max amperage draw down to 44 amps.