Miller updates Arc Armor Helmets with New Digital Controls and Headgear
All-new digital controls in Miller’s line of Arc Armor helmets make it easier for the welder to adjust shade, delay, and sensitivity—even when wearing gloves—compared to previous digital and analog designs. The Digital Performance and Digital Pro-Hobby product lines replace previous product designs that only featured analog controls. The new headgear is also designed to increase comfort and is substantially easier to adjust. The headgear conforms to the user’s head and offers more flexibility with six points of adjustment. The integrated comfort cushion mounted on the back of the headgear further ensures a secure and sturdy fit. The full line of Arc Armor digital helmets comes with a new three-year warranty that matches the longest warranty in the industry for a welding helmet.
Digital Elite Series: These helmets feature four operating modes: weld, cut, grind and x-mode. X-mode eliminates sunlight interference and low-amperage lens opening caused by obstructed views. The helmet features a nine-square-inch viewing area and four independent arc sensors for maximum viewing and dependable lens response. An auto-on/auto-off feature triggers the lens immediately upon arc strikes, ensuring protection and saving batteries when not in use. Digital Elite Series helmets offer variable shades #8-13 for welding (including in x-mode), #5-8 for cutting, and light state #3.5 for grinding. TIG rating: 5 amps.
Digital Performance Series: Featuring three arc sensors and three modes (weld, cut and grind), the Digital Performance Series offers a viewing area of 7.22 square inches. Digital Performance Series helmets also feature auto-on/auto-off power control, and provide variable shades #8-13 and light state #3.5. TIG rating: 5 amps.
Digital Pro-Hobby: Featuring two arc sensors and two modes (weld and grind), the Pro-Hobby Series offers a viewing area of 6.06 square inches with variable shades #8-12 and light state #3.5. TIG rating: 20 amps.