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    Aside from the front panel and flash memory for presets, what are the differences between the new 250EXT and the 250EX.
    Please give as much detail as possible on the 250EXT design and function.

    PP 256 (SOLD) : 2013 250EX : I-MIG 250P/w 20' Profax gun : Power Plasma 60/w p80 torch : Hobart Handler 135/w 12' .023" Profax gun : 3M Speedglas 9100XX
    I'm not an expert or an Everlast employee, I'm just a hobby welder sharing my experience and helping where I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoama585 View Post
    Aside from the front panel and flash memory for presets, what are the differences between the new 250EXT and the 250EX.
    Please give as much detail as possible on the 250EXT design and function.
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    zoama,
    We have covered this several times on the forum, but for convenience I'll answer again.
    1) EXT has digital control. EX does not.
    2) EXT has AC amplitude (bias) control EX does not.
    3) Some settings on the panel are have a slightly broader range.
    4) The units are completely different internally.
    5) Minimum amp start is 3 vs 5-7 amps on EX.

    Stick welding function is better as well. The unit is much larger and the case has casters.Click image for larger version. 

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    Last edited by performance; 09-08-2011 at 01:09 AM.

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    Thanks, I searched first and didn't find much. I like the technical stuff also, I'm no stranger to electronics. (I'm a geek)

    Feel free to post a bunch of pics. I'm looking forward to winning one.

    PP 256 (SOLD) : 2013 250EX : I-MIG 250P/w 20' Profax gun : Power Plasma 60/w p80 torch : Hobart Handler 135/w 12' .023" Profax gun : 3M Speedglas 9100XX
    I'm not an expert or an Everlast employee, I'm just a hobby welder sharing my experience and helping where I can.

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