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  • Miller 280048 Departed Digital Infinity ClearLight Lens Welding Helmet
  • Miller 280048 Departed Digital Infinity ClearLight Lens Welding Helmet

Miller 280048 Departed Digital Infinity ClearLight Lens Welding Helmet

$ 363.17 $ 387.00


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Miller 280048 Departed Digital Infinity ClearLight Lens Welding Helmet



The Miller 280048 Departed Digital Infinity features the largest viewing area in the out of any auto darkening welding helmet in the industry.  It also features InfoTrack which allows the welding helmet operator to track arc time, time, and timer functions.  Digital Infinity Welding Helmets also have a 3 year lens warranty.


The Miller 280048 Departed Digital Infinity Welding Helmet has weld, cut, grind, and x-mode. (That's right 4 operating modes!)



  • 5 outside cover lenses
  • 2 inside cover lenses
  • Helmet bag 



Largest Viewing Area in the Industry 

  • 13.4-square-inch viewing area with wide screen format provides unsurpassed view and eliminates tunnel vision 


ClearLight™ Lens Technology 

  • Optimizes contrast and clarity in welding and light states
  • 1/1/1/2 optical clarity rating allows for a lighter light state while not welding - keeping the helmet down - maximizing safety and productivity 


Four Arc Sensors 

  • Four independent arc sensors provide superior lens response for obstructed or low amp welding 


Four Operating Modes

  • Weld, cut, grind and X-Mode provide ultimate versatility 
  • X-Mode prevents sunlight from darkening the lens before welding starts and low-amperage lens opening from obstructed sensors


Headgear with Oversized Comfort Cushion 

  • Provides extensive adjustability, settings, and improved support for better fit and comfort


Features InfoTrack™ Advanced Lens Technology 

  • Track and displays arc time
  • Allows operator to set time, alarm and timer
  • Provides multi-language help menu


Digital Controls

  • Easily allow welders to adjust shade, delay, and sensitivity 



  • Lens automatically turns on at the strike of an arc


Meets ANSI Z87.1+, CSA and CE Standards



VIEWING AREA  13.4 sq. in (86.45 sq. cm.)
  • Cut: 5-8
  • Weld: 8-13
  • Weld
  • Cut
  • Grind
  • X-Mode
TIG RATING 5 amps and below
SWITCHING SPEEDS 1/20,000 sec.
  • Delay Control
  • Digital
  • Grind Mode
  • Low AMP TIG Rated
  • Low Battery Indicator
  • Sensitivity Control
NET WEIGHT 23 oz. (652 g)


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The Right Welding Helmet Is Essential

Welding can involve exposure to ultraviolet and infrared radiation, intense heat and the potential for sparks and splatter, making it crucially important to buy the right protective equipment. The first line of defense for a welder's eyes and face is the welding helmet, a piece of equipment that has advanced over the years to take advantage of sophisticated digital technology. The best welding helmet is one that blends reliable, traditional functionality with the effective use of innovation to keep the wearer as secure as possible.

What to Look For in a Welding Helmet

There are a number of critical things to look for when choosing a welding helmet. First of all, any helmet you select should meet ANSI Z87+ standards, which certify that the helmet has been independently tested for 100 percent ultraviolet and infrared filtering regardless of the shade setting and is resistance to high-velocity impacts.
You need to decide between passive and auto-darkening lenses. Passive lenses have a constant, built-in shade value; using them is a simple matter of preparing the job and tipping the helmet into place. Auto-darkening lenses, on the other hand, have several advantages:
  • They make it easier to position an electrode once the helmet is on.
  • They easily handle tack welding — clusters of numerous short welding jobs — by automatically adjusting the light levels of short welds without the need to move the whole helmet up and down.
  • They reduce the possibility of repetitive strain from constantly lifting and lowering the welding helmet.
  • Sometimes, failure to place the helmet fast enough or lock it into position can produce accidental exposure to arc flash.
If you do decide on a welding helmet with an auto-darkening window, be sure to get one with a full suite of controls that allow you to change settings and track times with ease. The Miller 280048 Departed Digital Infinity ClearLight Lens welding helmet comes with these advantages built in.

About The Miller Brand

Miller is dedicated to building what matters and to meeting the most crucial health and safety needs of welders and other industrial workers who share that dedication. The company grew from a solo operation in 1929 into the largest global manufacturer of arc welding equipment. As an industry leader, Miller maintains its position by working to set the standard for quality, dependability and responsiveness to customer needs and ideas. The community spirit of the Miller team is shown in its customer-centered approach to business and in the thousands of volunteer hours its employees donate to the community every year.

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Being ready with the equipment you need for your next job is easy. Just place your order with us, and we'll ensure your goods reach anywhere in the continental United States at the fastest possible speed and in perfect condition through the experienced shipping companies we work with. We show our customer appreciation by providing free shipping on orders in excess of $100.

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