Question about KitchenAid KSM90 Ultra Power Series Stand Mixer
Will a Kitchenaid Pro 500 (KSM500) work in a foreign country with an appropriately sized 240V/110V transformer? The power frequency of the AC system will be 50Hz instead of 60Hz. Thanks.
Hi, This is not normally a difficult question. Normally the answer would be - Yes no problem. I have taken every kind of appliance overseas. But this particular model has an electronic speed control and finding out the exact details of the electronic clocking is a problem. My best guess is that it will work just fine but at a slightly slower speed like any other 60Hz appliance. Oh and by the way you're gonna need a pretty big transformer this thing pulls 325 watts so you should go to at least a 400 watt transformer for doughs and heavy batter. The thing you could do to find other folks experience is to go to the kitchenaid forum or military wifes forum online and ask if anybody has taken one of these overseas. Good Luck!
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