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  • #16
    Your the man, Thank you.

    A new item for my wish list.

    Thanks again,

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    • #17
      2005 catalog

      it is in the miller 2005 catalog, but no $$$$ on it. from the looks of the link scott V gave us its a bit higher than i would have expected.

      they have it in 14 and the 6 pin options.
      thanks for the help
      ......or..........
      hope i helped
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      • #18
        Originally posted by fun4now
        it is in the miller 2005 catalog, but no $$$$ on it. from the looks of the link scott V gave us its a bit higher than i would have expected.

        they have it in 14 and the 6 pin options.
        It had two buttons setups on the total. The CK ones are about 170.00 with the built in button in the handle. If you build your own and can find the amphenol plug cheap, it really is the way to go.

        Here is some info on them. Binzel sells the buttons for $15.00 and the rest is up to you.


        http://www.electronicind.com/
        http://www.mouser.com/
        http://www.digikey.com/





        From: Ernie Leimkuhler

        Lots of online dealers

        http://www.connectworld.net/space/

        For more dealers, do a google search for "Amphenol connectors"

        Here is some info I posted before:

        Most welding machine connectros are Series -97 Amphenol.

        The actual catalog for 97-Series connectors used for Welding machine
        remote
        connectors is this one.

        http://www.amphenol-aerospace.com/ca...zip/12-022.zip

        Once you have the number of the part you want you call one of these
        suppliers

        Powel Electronics 800-235-7880
        TTI Electronics 800-225-5884
        Arrow Electronics 800-388-2277
        AVNet Electronics 800-332-8638

        The connector used by Miller for all 14-pin connections is a
        #97-4106A-20-27-P,
        with strain relief #97-3507-12

        I just ordered 4 of each from Powel, at $18.20 each for the connector
        and $7.05
        each for the strain relief.

        Quite painless once you know who to talk to.

        Miller charges about $50 for that connector and theirs are plastic.
        The ones I ordered are real Mil spec metal connectors.

        The way Amphenol lists their parts is kind of simple.
        They are all Series 97 connectors.
        Next is what shell it uses, then the insert number
        The core of a connector is the insert, which is specified by the
        diameter in
        Millimeters and the type#, so the 14-pin connector used by Miller is
        actually a 20-27.
        After that goes an S for Socket or a P for Pin.

        Some other connector numbers.

        Lincoln 6 pin 18-12
        Miller 5 pin 16S-8
        Lincoln 5 pin 16-11
        Hobart 5 pin 18-20
        Hobart 10 pin 18-19

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