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    griff01
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  • griff01
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    Originally posted by seanpk View Post
    I'm in the uk, so if Ed is right then the only way to run it on single phase is some sort of phase converter like these - http://stores.ebay.co.uk/drivesdirec...i.html?_fsub=4 ?
    I"m not familiar with European electrical symbols, but, the name plate seems to indicate single phase. No convertor would be needed.

    HTH
    Griff

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  • seanpk
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  • seanpk
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    I'm in the uk, so if Ed is right then the only way to run it on single phase is some sort of phase converter like these - http://stores.ebay.co.uk/drivesdirec...i.html?_fsub=4 ?

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  • cruizer
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    Are you in Italy and have 50HZ power, cause without changing the primary transformers., its basically a boat anchor.

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  • Broccoli1
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  • Broccoli1
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    That machine appears to be a single voltage unit - 380v.

    No other voltages listed on the name plate.

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  • aametalmaster
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    Wow is that fur inside?...Bob

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  • seanpk
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    Sync 275

    Hi chaps, got his Syncrowave 275, Miller tells me it was made in Italy but did provide me with a limited manual, want to connect the unit to a single phase supply (yes I do have my reasons and know the issues), I'm having trouble locating the voltage switching/jumpers mentioned for other welders in this unit, I can't see anything that looks like the jumpers in images of similiar plants on the web. I have some photos of the internals here - https://www.flickr.com/photos/266963...57672725141922 - can anyone give any pointers? is this like any other standard miller unit? Cheers, Sean
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