Miller Electric Offers The Legend AEAD-200LE Welding Generator

The Legend AEAD-200LE engine- driven welding generator has a number of improvements and refinements at no added cost.

A new name mirrors its legendary performance for over 40 years. A product of Miller Electric Mfg. Co., the unit has Miller's alternator design generator same as the giants that produce commercial electricity.

It is powered by an Onan Performer 2-18XSL, a horizontally opposed, twin-cylinder gasoline engine with longer life features and smooth operation.

Highlights: Newly designed, streamlined framework protects the engine and makes servicing easier.

Designed for Shielded Metal Arc (SMAW) welding at 225 amps AC, 200 amps DC, constant current, 100- percent duty cycle. Also performs short arc Gas Metal Arc (GMAW) and Gas Tungsten Arc (GTAW) welding with optional equipment.

Automatic idle for weld mode. Automatic low oil pressure shutdown.

Seven position range switch with fine amperage control. As a generator, unit offers 1-KVA, 115-volt, 100-Hz AC while welding. 5-KVA, 120/240-volt AC with automatic voltage regulation when not welding.

Additional features include battery; solid state ignition; battery charging alternator, 20-amp, 12- volt, with solid-state voltage regulator that gives more than adequate power for frequent starts, especially in cold weather; 5-gallon fuel tank has easy fill service on side; battery is protected with easy access for servicing; chrome cover air cleaner has precleaner for added life; welding output terminal studs are standardized, rugged, low in maintenance.

Auxiliary power receptacles: two 120-volt, one 240-volt, duplex 60-Hz AC power at 1,800 rpm power speed.

Remote controls are available options.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 58,  Jan 1988 Mina Qaboos

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