Thank you Mike, Charley, and Jim for giving all the good advices. Sorry, I didn't response soon enough. I just got back from cruising the Hawaiian Island
Jim, thank you for sharing the manual!. I just checked the template of my router too. It actually didn't specify the phase at all.
It's writen out like this:
Model 7518 Variable Speed Production Router (75182 Motor)
120V AC 15A 10,000 - 21,000 RPM
While getting worried, I googled if anyone had tried PC7518 in 220V environment. I found a few a few person in Europe used Step down transformer with this router: www.diynot.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=16108
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This one vaguely talked about PC 7519 being capable to run single speed on 220V environment which is similar to what Jim suggested to workaround by removing the electoric controller out. http://www.talkshopbot.com/forum/arc...hp/t-5359.html
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When worse case comes, I still have a chance to remove the variable speed controller.
Thank you so much. I learn a lot just to read the comments you all made. I will definately report back when I try the PC7518 in Thailand.