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Posted · Ultimaker Voltage

Hello everyone I'm new here and new to the ultimaker machines,

I'm just wondering if regardless of where i am or where i'm from the ultimaker machines will run on 200-240V 50/60hz or at least can i order one that will. I'm an engineer and i have some unusual needs. Thanks.

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Posted · Ultimaker Voltage

The Ultimaker machines actually operate at 24V DC (the UMO ran 19V DC), so you just have to find another way of feeding that to the machine (assuming the separate PSU that comes with the printer won't work under your conditions special)

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Posted · Ultimaker Voltage

The power brick that comes with all Ultimaker printers can handle 120V or 240V. Just like most modern laptop power supplies.

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Posted · Ultimaker Voltage

Well, the Ultimakers are DC driven machines. You can always improvise your way around getting that DC depending on your specific constraints.

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