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  1. #1
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    Default pulse control Syncro 180

    some guy told me about this aftermarket "pulse chip" for the syncrowave 180! i think the guy who told me that is wrong so i did some looking... and this what i found, if you scroll down to pulse control what is "yes,(pc 300)" i thaught the syncro 180 cant pulse? well anyways here it is

    http://www.millerwelds.com/products/...ve_180_sd.html

    can you get external pulse control for any tig welder that doesnt have intenal pulse? or how bout just for the syncro 180?

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    Default TIG Pulse control

    According to the 2003 Miller Catalog (page 79), the PC-300 can be used with AC or DC welding power sources with, or without, built in high-frequency or with external high-frequency units (for example,HF-251D-1). This wording is copied directly from the Miller Catalog.

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    HI JWD..............THE PC-300 WORKS BEST ON DYNASTY'S, XMT'S, MAXSTAR'S, ETC.......... It will work on the syncrowaves.... and it will work on the 180sd.......... cost is in the $700.00 range....... For the cost it might be better to purchase one already in a unit.... Just my thoughts..............Rock..................
    SSCOTT@MILLERWELDS.COM
    ROCK

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