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Miller 280049 Stars & Stripes Digital Infinity ClearLight Lens Welding Helmet

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Miller 280049 Stars & Stripes Digital Infinity ClearLight Lens Welding Helmet

 

The Miller 280049 Stars & Stripes 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 280049 Stars & Stripes 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 

 

Auto-On/Off

  • 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.)
SHADES
  • Cut: 5-8
  • Weld: 8-13
OPERATING MODES
  • Weld
  • Cut
  • Grind
  • X-Mode
SENSORS 4
TIG RATING 5 amps and below
SWITCHING SPEEDS 1/20,000 sec.
FEATURES
  • Delay Control
  • Digital
  • Grind Mode
  • Low AMP TIG Rated
  • Low Battery Indicator
  • Sensitivity Control
NET WIDTH 10.5"
NET HEIGHT 8.5"
NET LENGTH 12.5"
NET WEIGHT 23 oz. (652 g)

 

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The Importance of Choosing the Best Welding Helmet

Welding helmets are a vital ingredient in workplace safety. They provide protection against the infrared and ultraviolet rays emitted by welding arcs, and they guard against eye inflammation, retinal burns and other physical hazards. All helmets have to provide a viewing window, and the best helmets provide viewing windows with lenses that adjust automatically to light levels and use sensors to determine responses to different welding arcs.
Welding helmets can have other advanced features, such as a digital suite that allows the user to track arc times and set timer functions. They may have multiple operating modes and the ability to switch seamlessly between them. The Miller Stars & Stripes Digital Infinity ClearLight Lens welding helmet is designed with all these functions in mind.
Keep in mind that while a good welding helmet is the starting-point of eye safety, it isn't the end. Always be aware of the full spectrum of safety gear any job requires.

Major Features of Miller's Stars & Stripes Digital Infinity Helmet

Miller commits to providing enhanced safety and versatility for the wearer at an affordable price. A closer look at some features of the Stars & Stripes welding helmet shows clearly what this means:
  • Its spacious 13.4-square-inch auto-darkening viewing lens allows for a wider field of vision and better precision work than any other auto-darkening lens.
  • It has an automatic on-off feature that starts the helmet at the strike of any arc, ensuring that the wearer can't be caught off-guard.
  • Its headgear has a custom cushion that offers added comfort and support, reducing fatigue and helping you deliver your best productivity without compromising safety.
  • It's easy to use, with digital controls that allow wearers to adjust modes and settings with ease while keeping their concentration on the job at hand.
Each feature focuses on making your welding jobs as easy as possible so your welding helmet work for you while you work to get your projects done.

About the Miller Brand

Miller began in 1929 when one person saw a need to innovate to meet customer needs. Today, it leads the welding industry as a manufacturer of arc welding products and provides advanced, solution-focused products that meet the critical requirements of welders' health and safety. The success of Miller is ultimately the success that comes with focusing on people as its top priority. The team's dedication and community involvement make the difference in allowing Miller to deliver unmatched product quality, after-sales support and responsiveness to customer needs.

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Getting the equipment you need on time and in premium working order is as easy as placing your order on our site. We partner with the most experienced and reliable shipping companies to ensure fast, dependable delivery to any address in the continental United States. To show our appreciation for your business, we cover shipping costs on all orders of $100 or more.

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