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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-07-2016, 02:06 PM Thread Starter
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I noticed in the manual it lists 220v for countries outside of USA, but 110v only for USA. Does triton sell a different motor outside of the USA, or would the motor just need a different cord? I purchased it from Amazon last week, and am awaiting delivery today.

I'm trying to plan out my table saw router table extension project. My sawstop runs on 220v, and it would be nice if I could mount a junction box under the router table that both the sawstop and router (via switch) could hook up to, then run that junction box to the wall. I would never have the saw and router running simultaneously in a one-man shop.

Does anyone know of a good/cheap 110v/220v magnetic switch for router tables? All the paddle switches I'm finding are non-magnetic.

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Welcome to the forum John. Those countries use a 230 volt single line circuit. North American 220-240 volt is a dual line voltage so they are not compatible without the use of a converter.

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Thanks Chuck, I'll get to work adding a 120v outlet on that circuit then.
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MLCS woodworking has magnetic paddle power switch. look under "router tables" tab and then "Router Table Accessories".

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Be careful. Rest of the world 220-230 volt tools dont work in the USA.
If you bought it from a USA dealer for use in the USA, thats fine. Dont try to use a european model, the resuilt will be spectacular.
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