Originally Posted by rr14
anyone know if there is a difference between the Europe versions and the us versions? In other words do they still do two versions, a 120 and a 230? Or is it just a plug difference?
If you read earlier posts in this thread, someone from the US purchased an NX4-6000 from a UK dealer for a great price and got a 240V version. So, apparently there are two versions. It's not an auto-sensing power supply, and there's no switch to change between 120V and 240V. But, apparently it can be modified by cutting/attaching one wire and moving a soldered jumper, to convert them between 120V and 240V. There are YouTube videos showing the process in the NX3000.
If you buy from the UK dealer to get the good price you will get a UK version setup for 240V and with a UK plug. You'll either have to change the plug and use a 240V circuit, or do the conversion to 120V by modifying the internals.
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