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GSM1 power requirements | 14 July, 1999

i have worked with the universal gsm in the past and am now helping out a contracting company who is setting up one in their facility. My question is: the power requirments for the machine calls for 3-phase 230V, does it really need 230V or is the standard 208V ok, i have looked into transformers to bump the voltage a few volts but all the suppliers tell me that it is within normal voltage tolerances.

any feedback would be appreciated

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#10636

Re: GSM1 power requirements | 14 July, 1999

| i have worked with the universal gsm in the past and am now helping out a contracting company who is setting up one in their facility. My question is: the power requirments for the machine calls for 3-phase 230V, does it really need 230V or is the standard 208V ok, i have looked into transformers to bump the voltage a few volts but all the suppliers tell me that it is within normal voltage tolerances. | | any feedback would be appreciated | | Yup You will need a step up transformer to 230v.

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David

#10637

Re: GSM1 power requirements | 15 July, 1999

| i have worked with the universal gsm in the past and am now helping out a contracting company who is setting up one in their facility. My question is: the power requirments for the machine calls for 3-phase 230V, does it really need 230V or is the standard 208V ok, i have looked into transformers to bump the voltage a few volts but all the suppliers tell me that it is within normal voltage tolerances. | | any feedback would be appreciated

Greetings,

The GSM1 does require 230v input. 208 or 220 will not meet the needs of the positioning system drive motors.

Rgs, David | |

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