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Compatability with US 240v 60HZ 1phase wiring?

I'm about to return to the US after a 3 year job contract here in OZ. I assume that if I set my Saeco Royal Professional up with it's own 240V receptacle, It will operate just as it does in Australia? In the US system, each of two hot wires carries 120V to ground and 240V between the two. Does anyone have a schematic of the Saeco unit?

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  • Doug Brimmer Jun 14, 2008

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    Thanks a load! That was very prompt and JUST what I wanted to hear. By the way, will the motor run 20% faster because of 60HZ vs 50HZ power?


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It should work OK The US system is 240V single phase (split) into two 120v branches. Aussi system is hot on both sides, with a center ground (a virtual ground system) Connect the 2 main wires (usually brown and blue) to the 240 (black and red), and connect the grounds (Green/yellow to green), and leave the neutral wire off.

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  • Paul Moffat Jun 14, 2008

    Yes, the motor will probably run faster - you may want to limit its use. Heaters on the other hand don't care.

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