Miller RCCS-RJ Remote Fingertip Control 770669
Miller® RCCS-RJ Remote Fingertip Control 770669
Genuine Miller® RCCS-RJ remote contactor and current control for your Miller Diversion™ and Hobart E-Z TIG™ TIG welders, or Miller Multimatic™ 215 multiprocess welder. North/south rotary-motion fingertip control fastens to TIG torch using two Velcro® straps. Great for applications that require finer amperage control.
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- RRichardVerified BuyerI do not recommend this productRated 1 out of 5 stars3 years agoHard to use
With gloves on it is very hard to rotate the wheel. This forces me to weld without glove on. Any pressure on wheel it slips around the handle . Does not hold in place very well. Was not a very good choice for the Miller diversion 165. Back to the foot pedal . I would be better off with a on/ off switch than this. Wish there were some reviews on this before I purchased it.
- JJohnVerified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars5 years agoI wish I had bought this years ago.
This finger control is awesome. I've never used anything other than the foot control, but I needed to weld some stuff that was on the floor and in areas that were difficult. After one hour of use I became a pro with this device. Seriously folks, this item needs to be added to your tig welder as a necessity! It actually adds more control than my foot peddle.
- TTagI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars5 years agoMobile welding services
It works perfectly on time delivery thx
- JJasonI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars7 years agoQuick and easy
First time using it. Works well easy to install and use. Tried with finger and thumb. Found thumb to be more comfortable. Just remember which way is which, that got me twice. After about 20 mins got it all figured out. Dial requires a few too many spins to get up but it does allow for very fine adjustments.
- CChrisVerified BuyerI do not recommend this productRated 2 out of 5 stars7 years agoKind of useless
Made well, easy to attach to torch but why a wheel?
You can only turn the wheel less than a 1/4 turn at a time, to go from off to full power takes 4 turns. So you start the weld and then have to adjust it 4 times in order to get full power, ridiculous. I've used sliding switches in the past and they work just fine, one motion to adjust.
So again, why would they choose a wheel?