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    China laser power and frequency?

    Just had my new 130 watt Chinese laser delivered and I'm wondering how others have dealt with power connections. There is virtually no documentation with this thing nor any electrical schematics that I can see. I'm assuming this system operates on 220v 50Hz. Getting 220v to the machine isn't a problem but how did you deal with the frequency issue? Being in Canada we operate on 60Hz. The plugs on this unit are unlike any 220v plug I've previously seen but I know there are travel type plug adapters; I'm just wondering if there's a better or more robust way to go in a more industrial application.

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    I just wired mine to 220 volt and it works fine. make sure what voltage your chiller is mine is 110 volts and everything else is 20 volts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerome Stanek View Post
    I just wired mine to 220 volt and it works fine. make sure what voltage your chiller is mine is 110 volts and everything else is 20 volts.
    Thanks Jerome!

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    My 220/50hz Triumph has worked just fine for the past 4 years on my 60hz connection...


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