Not exactly...I know there's a 220V version but is there a reason to run in on a 220v 30A circuit if a 220V 20A circuit is available? IOW, is 220V 20A enough to not trip the breaker. One of the plug options that a friend had to choose from when ordering was a NEMA 6-20 which is a 220V 20A plug but he cut it off and put the 30A plug on and paid an electrician to run a 30A circuit.If you're asking if there are 220v version of the amps, then yes. I have on a 30a 220v circuit.
Thanks. Why? More mature product?I'd say yes.