Product Description

SSC Controls


Foot Switch

Wireless TIG welding foot control


The RFT1 wireless welding pedal incorporates all of the benefits of the industry choice SSC TIG Foot Control, and cuts the cord to make your life easier. The RFT1 is the first wireless pedal with steel construction and a removable aluminum handle for added mobility. The plug adapter is sold as an add-on to fit your welder. Because the RFT1 is designed to work for any welder for which we make a standard corded pedal, you can buy multiple plugs if you want to use the wireless pedal with multiple machines, including multiple brands. And it incorporates SSC's patented design which improves low-current welding while providing precision arc control.

Note: Does not work on ESAB welders with the 14-pin plug.

  • Combines the latest in wireless technology with the proven SSC TIG foot pedal.

  • Range of up to 200 feet with no line of sight restrictions.

  • Aluminum handle provides easy portability without having to bend down (handle is removable if needed).

  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a life of about 6 months in a one-shift production environment before it needs recharging (will depend on usage).

  • Charge by plugging the USB cable into a phone charger or your computer overnight.

  • Indicator light on the receiver will change from green to yellow and then to red to remind you to charge.

  • Receiver attaches to your welder using a magnet, and plugs into a standard north-american wall socket.

  • Buy multiple adapters to use the same pedal on different welders in your shop.

  • Designed and manufactured in the USA under a quality system certified to ISO 9001 requirements.

  • NEMA Enclosure Type 1 (for indoor use in dry environments)

  • Patent pending.



10 lbs (4.5 kg)


12.0 x 6.9 x 4.2 in (30.5 x 17.5 x 10.7 cm)

Enclosure Rating

NEMA Type 1 (for indoor use)


Over 100 can be used in same area


2.4 GHz radio frequency (ISM band)

Operating Range

Up to 200 ft

Range may vary depending on workshop layout, obstructions, frequency interference, weather, and other workplace factors.


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