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spletko No, this model is designed for 220V use only. You should look for another 110V model. If you connect it to 110V, there will be no harm to device, but welding current and voltage will be to small to ignite welding.

2020-07-13 02:06:04 Helpful (1)
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Q: Does it support hot spot WIFI transfer?

Asked by spletko on 2020-07-07 11:19:08

Suzy It support hot spot.

2020-07-08 03:18:29 Helpful (0)
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spletko Separate earth should be done for security purposes only. Not for welding machine functionality. There could be breakthrough voltage to the metal housing of welding machine. Life treating situation. If housings are earthed, house fuse take care of your security in such cases. If you ask for mains cable then mains cables that supply 1000W - 2000W devices will suffice. Welding cables should be in first line out of copper (not cheap Alu cable) and reasonable thick.. Earth cable wire should be connected somewhere to metal housing (to some housing screw).

2020-07-02 12:17:53 Helpful (0)
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Q: Is this duty free shipping to EU?

Asked by spletko on 2020-06-08 11:23:54

Aliay Hi,it isn't duty free.

2020-06-15 04:26:44 Helpful (0)
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spletko Buy till 2mm thick rutile electrode. Such one electrode can work seemingly even without intermittence.

2020-06-15 02:20:15 Helpful (1)
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