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Digital Elite ClearLight 2.0 Welding Helmet


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Miller's Digital Elite Series ClearLight 2.0 Welding Helmet

  • ClearLight™ 2.0 Lens Technology provides advanced highdefinition optics for the most realistic view that’s clearer and brighter— before, during and after every weld.
  • 3.0 Light State that allows operators to keep thier hood down, improving safety and productivity.
  • InfoTrack™ 2.0 tracks and displays arc time and arc count.
  • AutoSense™ reduces issues related to setting helmet sensitivity by allowing the welder to push and hold the AutoSense button to automatically set the helmet sensitivity for their environment.
  • Four arc sensors and four modes: weld, cut, grind and X-Mode which provide ultimate versatility.
  • X-Mode electromagnetically senses the weld to reduce sunlight interference and continuously detects the arc even if sensors are blocked.
  • Digital controls easily allow welder to make precise lens adjustments to shade, delay and sensitivity.
  • Memory function for easy switching between two preset customized memory settings
  • Half-shade settings for precise lens adjustment.
  • Gen. 3.5 headgear with comfort cushion has an ergonomic design that provides extensive adjustability, settings, and enhanced support.
  • Auto-On/Off lens automatically turns on at the strike of an arc.


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


Part # MIL-289755 (Replaces 281000)





Weld Shade (8-13)

Cut Shade (5-8)

Grind (3)

X-Mode™ (8-13)

Viewing Area 9.22 sq. in. (59.48 sq. cm)
Switching Speed 1/25,000 sec
Sensors 4

Optical Clarity

TIG Rating <5 Amps
Weight 18 oz. (510g)
Certifications ANSI Z87.1+, CSA, CE
Warranty 4 years

How's your close up vision?

To be the best welder you can be you may need to use a "Cheater Lens" -- or "Magnifying Lens"

Not sure which Magnifying lens to choose?

Check out this Technical Focus Paper written by Arc-Zone founder Jim Watson:

Choosing Welding Helmets and Goggles: .pdf

We think you will find it interesting and informative!

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