Question about Hobart N50 Stand Mixer
I'm interested in buying a used Hobart N-50 in the US since I didn't find one here so far. To use it here, I would have to change it to 230 V / 50 Hz or to use it with a transformator that changes this to 110 V / 50 Hz,
Does anyone know if it is possible to modify the US model to a European model or would I need a new motor for that?
Thanks in advance!
You would need to provide the correct power to match the maching, or replace the rotor, stator, controls to match the higher voltage, and worm gears to correct the speed, from 60 to 50 Hz. Unless you don't mind it running slower. Cheaper to find one that matches your local spec..
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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