You know, some times you just need to follow your instinct… On a fairly regular basis we get an order for a remote amperage control for a Miller TIG welding machine. And the customer has requested a 5 pin plug. You see, Miller used to offer a 5 pin plug, but has now moved to a 14 pin plug. The problem is that the 14 pin plug only has 5 “live” pins but sometimes has 14 pins installed and sometimes only 5 pins are installed. Confused yet? Makes my head spin!
The 14 pin plug, regardless of how many pins are installed, is approximately 1 1/2″ in diameter. (see photo above)
It’s only the older machines that have the actual 5 pin plug. That plug is shown above.
And of course whenever we get an order for a Remote Amperage Control with a 5 pin plug, we usually call and double check. And when we don’t– well we get a call from a customer who’s got the wrong one for their machine.
So, if you order one from Arc-Zone.com don’t be surprised if you get a call from Jim. We like to make sure our customers get exactly what they need.