New MIG Welding Power Sources Use Single Phase, AC Power

Regency 200 and 350 are the new family of single phase, constant voltage, DC power sources for gas metal arc welding (MIG) from Miller Electric Mfg. Co. Both models operate with a wide variety of constant speed and voltage sensing wire feeders, and are described in new literature.

Units have 14 pin Amphenol receptacle, consistent with other Miller constant voltage machines, for easy direct connection to Miller constant speed wire feeders: Spoolmatic 3 feeder/gun, Miller 50 series, and XR-15 and XR-30 push-pull systems.

For MIG spot welding, both models can be used with spoolmatic 1C/S gun and control with spot timer, or with spot controls installed with Miller wire feeders.

Both units have Cam-Lok output receptacles with mating plugs for secondary connections. Regency 200, rated 200 amps at 60 percent duty cycle, has six position voltage adjustment, high/low range for 12 different voltage selections. Regency 350, rated 350 amps at 60 percent duty cycle, provides 25 voltage selections with a five position coarse, five-position fine voltage switch.

Volt meter and ammeter are standard.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 5,  Apr 1989 Texas

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