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Miller Electric Adds Remote Solutions for Engine Drives


Welding Power Units

A Miller welding generator and remote hardware
Miller has added two remote solutions for job site welding.

Miller Electric is bringing two remote solutions to market for its engine drives.

Remote Start/Stop on Bobcat welder/generators and a Remote Output Panel Kit for Miller engine drives are meant to provide greater access and control to operators on the job site.

Remote Start/Stop on Bobcat 260 and 225 welder/generators lets operators turn the machine on and off remotely, so the machine only runs when needed.

Turning the machine off also helps eliminate unnecessary noise, the company says.

Designed for field fabrication and MRO, the fob uses two-way communication between the remote and the welder/generator, so operators know when the stop and start commands have been received.

The Remote Start/Stop fob is not backwards compatible with previous Bobcat welder/generator models.

The Remote Output Panel Kit, compatible with Bobcat, Trailblazer, and Big Blue welder/generators, provides access to the auxiliary power and weld output panels at the point of use.

Operators in service truck, field and light fabrication, and MRO applications can install the weld output and auxiliary power panels for their welder/generators at the point of use, reducing the need to climb in and out of their trucks.

The Remote Output Panel Kit is backwards compatible with all models of Miller Big Blue, Trailblazer, and Bobcat welder/generators.

Source: Miller Electric