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  • Too_Many_Tools
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    Second request...

    Does anybody have a lead as to the choke coil that Miller has (or had) to attenuate a welder's output? A Miller model/part number would be great.

    Thanks

    TMT

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  • hankj
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    I'm not sure of how it would apply to a welding machine's low end, but a choke coil is basicly an inductor. Inductors oppose changes in current flow and tend to smooth out AC ripple currents. How it applies, I don't have clue one!

    Hank

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  • paulrbrown
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    Today 05:33 PM
    Too_Many_Tools
    I have heard of a homedade coil, wrap the tig lead around a pipe [6/810] inch or so, the more wraps, the more the chook. Hopes this helps, I have done it and it does reduce amps...Paul

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  • Too_Many_Tools
    started a topic Miller Choke Coil

    Miller Choke Coil

    I have read where Miller had a "choke coil" that could be used to extend the lower range of a welder.

    Anyone have any information on this device and how it works?

    Thanks

    TMT
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