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Lincoln Electric expands wireless remote feature

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Lincoln Electric has extended its wireless remote capability to an additional engine-driven welder model, the SAE-300® MP with a Kubota® engine and standard gray paint.

Lincoln Electric expands wireless remote feature

The factory-installed wireless remote control allows the operator to activate the glow plug from between 1 and 30 secs. Users also can remotely start or stop the engine, activate high or low idle or adjust the fine current control output.

The small, weather-resistant control unit fit right into operators’ hands and has a 400 ft (122 m) range, depending on site obstructions. It also stows easily in trucks or job boxes.

Earlier this year, Lincoln Electric introduced the first of its factory-installed wireless remote controls for two versions of the Cross Country® 300 engine-driven welder.

The wireless remote controls are not currently offered as a standalone accessory nor can they be retrofitted into older, non-wireless Cross Country and SAE-MP 300 models.

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