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Miller Releases New Wireless Interface Control for Engine Drives

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Operators get complete control in the palm of their hands to make remote changes
Hand holding wireless interface control with a work truck in the background

APPLETON, Wis. (Aug. 11, 2020) — Miller Electric Mfg. LLC, a leading worldwide manufacturer of Miller® brand arc welding equipment, has announced the release of Wireless Interface Control as an option on Trailblazer® and Big Blue® engine-driven welders. Wireless Interface Control provides full control of the machine in the palm of the operator’s hand, so they can work hassle-free.

“When operators have total control over their machine from where they work, they can improve productivity and reduce downtime. It also extends time between fill ups and maintenance intervals and eliminates the need to climb into the truck to make adjustments,” says Jake Zwayer, product manager, engine drives, Miller. “Wireless Interface Control helps operators redefine where they work and elevate their performance.”  

With Wireless Interface Control, operators can remotely adjust amperage and voltage, customize welding programs, turn the engine-driven welder on and off, select processes and fine-tune the welding arc to tailor arc responsiveness to better handle changing joint conditions. Benefits and capabilities of the technology include:

  • Remote process and parameter changes: Wireless Interface Control provides full front panel access from wherever operators are working on the jobsite, so they don’t have to go back to the engine-driven welder to turn it on or off, change welding processes or adjust parameters.
  • Programmable weld settings: Multiprocess joints and parameter changes between weld passes require setup time for optimal welding conditions. With Wireless Interface Control, operators can save up to four different weld programs and easily select any program with the push of a button — saving time and effort and adding consistency to setup between welds.
  • Fuel savings: It’s time-consuming for operators to walk back to their welder/generator to turn it off when they are working far from the machine. Often, the machine ends up running all day and fuel is wasted in the process. With Wireless Interface Control, users can instantly turn their machines off when needed, saving fuel, time and money.
  • Lower maintenance costs: The longer a machine runs, the more maintenance it needs. The ability to easily turn the engine-driven welder off reduces unnecessary engine hours and maintenance costs.
  • Jobsite safety: Remote access to the front panel eliminates the need to walk back to or climb into the truck to access the machine’s front panel, reducing the risk of encountering jobsite hazards.  

To learn more about how Wireless Interface Control helps save time and money on the jobsite, visit