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    Default NEW 2013 Everlast PowerTIG 200DX AC/DC TIG DUAL VOLTAGE welder

    We've been holding onto this pleasant surprise for a while and now are proud to introduce it.

    This PowerTIG 200DX has been updated late this year with the addition of preflow , panel control over max amps while using the foot pedal and offers increased pulse frequency up to 150 Hz. But most significant is the fact that the PowerTIG 200 DX is now available as DUAL-VOLTAGE! This will allow the unit to be used in almost any environment and increases portability . The output on 120V of course is reduced, but still gives adequate output to weld lighter gauge materials. And now, it has arc force control for serious stick welding with E 7018/6011.

    One thing about it, is that the new pulse frequency, and addition of preflow really targets the customer comments we have received. They have asked for it, and they have gotten it. This is one of the best packaged 200 amp welders you'll find for this price anywhere.

    PowerTig 200DX 220v - 1200.00
    PowerTig 200DX 220v/110v - 1350.00
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    So Dual Voltage was just added? All the other features look the same as the one I got in June...
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    Yep. Trip, the "new" features of the 200DX were only available in limited qtys as sort of a special pre edition release. The dual voltage is new, and is in limited supply until the first of the year. First come, first served. Expect a slight price increase for the dual voltage

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    Was hoping something magical happened and I just didn't know mine was dual voltage...

    Neat feature, and worth a bit of a price bump.

    Speaking of features, just to toss this out there and not something worthy of it's own thread... Am I the only one who finds the power switch on the back of the machine a PITA? I'm sure it makes sense internally, routing and all, but man it'd be nice if it was on the front panel too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trip59 View Post
    Speaking of features, just to toss this out there and not something worthy of it's own thread... Am I the only one who finds the power switch on the back of the machine a PITA? I'm sure it makes sense internally, routing and all, but man it'd be nice if it was on the front panel too.
    Virtually all compact equipment that uses a circuit breaker for a power switch, have them on the back. It's a space issue, that unit is large and there would be no room for it up front. So to put a front mounted switch, you would have to add a contactor to do the heavy switching, and even if you had room (which there probably isn't) it would add at least $100-$200 to the price. I see these rear mounted breakers on all kinds of machines, it just makes sense. If you want to have a front switch, add it to your welding cart. I would rather they keep the prices lower. After all you still have to reach back and open your argon bottle. Even the Miller Dynasty 200 has the switch on the back.
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    Bingo, I'm suddenly glad I've waited. In fact, this might even allow me to sell off my 160STH. Good news. S/F....Ken M
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    Quote Originally Posted by EchoSixMike View Post
    Bingo, I'm suddenly glad I've waited. In fact, this might even allow me to sell off my 160STH. Good news. S/F....Ken M
    There is also going to be a slightly different look to the 200DX that will be produced in January, ( start of production is the 2nd jan )I will likely post up some pictures showing testing of these at that time.
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    So would I be able to order a new 2013 model for delivery before Christmas that is not DV or are those limited quantities as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zedron View Post
    So would I be able to order a new 2013 model for delivery before Christmas that is not DV or are those limited quantities as well?
    You might want to get your order in quick .... judging by the interest in this model, there might be a waiting list ....
    Is it OK to want to break something just so that you can weld it back together?

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    How much does 110v change the duty cycle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanMurphy265 View Post
    How much does 110v change the duty cycle?
    Since that's based on power and heat, I would guess that with the reduced output, it would be 100% on 120V. It would hope it has the same output as the 185 of around 95A on 120V.
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    No, it's not 100% on dual voltage due to the higher amp draw. It is about the same as the 185 on 120V, but duty cycle I am not 100% sure at this point, but it won't be 100%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by performance View Post
    No, it's not 100% on dual voltage due to the higher amp draw. It is about the same as the 185 on 120V, but duty cycle I am not 100% sure at this point, but it won't be 100%.
    Wishful thinking, I guess. There must be some limitations in the input rectifiers. Does Everlast have any basic block diagrams of any of it's welders? I am curious about a few things.
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    NEw DX !


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    I like the new look of the 2013 it has a look of a more modern machines and user friendly also, some thought was put in to them, keep it up the good work Everlast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kempy View Post
    I like the new look of the 2013 it has a look of a more modern machines and user friendly also, some thought was put in to them, keep it up the good work Everlast.
    Thank you Kempty

    Mark did all the work , he did GREAT job !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kempy View Post
    I like the new look of the 2013 it has a look of a more modern machines and user friendly also, some thought was put in to them, keep it up the good work Everlast.
    I second that comment. Nice looking machines. These things have come a long way in the last five years.
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    I guess Mark is due for a raise in pay for all the hard work his thinking cap is working well.

    Mark good work from Canada.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oleg View Post
    Thank you Kempty

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    Are all the old connections the same for the torches and such? If I am looking at getting a new unit, should I wait to order a new torch?
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    The connections are the same, which are the same as Miller and Lincoln use. There's no reason to change. Even the gas quick connect is a standard fitting, but usually used on MIG water cooled torch.

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