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Voltage Conversion 110 to 240

I recentley moved from Houston, TX (US) (110V60HZ) to Munich Germany (240V50HZ). Rather than eBay my machine I would like to consider upgrading it to the new voltage.

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  • jonathanmbra Jan 04, 2009


    The idea of a voltage converter is one that I have considered but at 1kw a transformer is about the size of a shoe box and not what I would describe as the sort of thing I like to leave buzzing around on the kitchen counter..



    Thanks for the suggestion but I was hoping for a solution I could fit inside the 'package' - jmb

  • jonathanmbra Jan 05, 2009


    I see that the 800ESXL is available on the EU market, is it likely that the changes needed for 240v are just on the PCB? In that case it may be worth replacing the existing 110v(?) circuit with a new one from a German supplier.

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You can buy a power converter, as we also call it transformers, yu can buy that in any electrical shops.

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    earl norman llanera Jan 04, 2009

    lol





    there is one thiing that you may want to consider if you dont want to use converters or transformers, you can always bring your expresso machine to a electronics shop and explain to them that you need them to change the capacitors for your machine to become effective when plugged into a 220v. but this may be risky because the machine isnt entirely made for changing from diffenet volts,,,,



    thanks for the rating . much appreciated...

  • earl norman llanera
    earl norman llanera Jan 05, 2009

    on that particular field, i really havent tried replacing the pcb. a bit of caution though, when trying to replace the whole pcb, certain transistors may also be changed to cooincide with the new voltage required. 1 advise i can give you is that bring your machine to a service center near you to be perfectly sure if this will would work, as technician say, its better to see what your working on rather than telling someone else to do it ^_^.



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