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I need to rewire my Powermatic 63a from 220v to 115v.

There is no help in the manual that I have found. Their website doesn't even acknowledge this model anymore, and I can't find any help in any previous forums. Does anyone know where I can find this information?

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SOURCE: how to assemble a powermatic powerfeeder model number pf-31 to a tablesaw sawstop model number ics53230?

As far as mounting, you may have to drill some holes in your table. Or get the quick mount from Grizzly Ind. There should be a gap between a couple of the rollers. This is where the blade sits. Dont let the blade cut into the rollers though. Set it at a very slight angle to keep the wood against the fence. Try it without cutting wood first. Hope this helps, and good luck!

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Here in the US, and with more than 20 years experience as a computer tech I would venture to answer that almost any computer should work almost anywhere in the world.
You only need to look at the input voltage and make certain the power supply is set to match the line voltage supplied where you are. Standard electricity in Europe is 115v or 220v @ 50hz and in the US it is 115v (almost universally) or 220v (rarely) @ 60hz. The biggest difference is the ac frequency used but for computer power supplies that is immaterial.
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I'm going to take a guess and say you are dropping a 230v motor down to a 115v motor.
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On the other hand, if the equipment had a 230v single phase and you are switching the motor wires so you can plug the equipment into an available 115v outlet, then I would suggest reconsidering. I would recommend running a 220v service line to your equipment instead. It will save on your electric bill and the motor will last longer. A 115v motor pulls twice as much amperage as the same motor running on 230v. (it may even be too much for the 115v outlet you are planing on using) Your variable rate electric meter will tell your power company to up the rate you pay per kilowatt-hour when you use power at a lower voltage but higher amperage rate.

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