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attique
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attique
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November

Excellent. Thanks a lot for your help

attique
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November

@HandyAndy , called them but they dont provide phone support. Asked me to email them which is fine. I am also looking at the other option of pure sine ...

attique
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November

Hi @HandyAndy , Thanks a lot for looking into it. Yes i agree a pure sine wave is the best fit as the machine has some kind of speed controls as well. ...

attique
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November

Hi @Jason , where do you play mate? I am sure you will do fine without practice as well

attique
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November

Thanks @Prawns . The calcs are spot on, i guess beer is not having any impact these days

attique
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Hi, I have recently purchased a cricket bowling machine which has a 500W, 220V motor. There is no mains power connection where i want to operate this ...

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HandyAndy
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November

@attique i think that is a good idea, also will be handy for other things as it will be easy to cart arounddefinitely not a bad option when comparing ...

Community Manager Jason
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November

I'm jealous @attique. It would be cool to have your own bowling machine. I have my first game of the season on Sunday so certainly need the practice! ...

HandyAndy
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November

I just did some more looking around and i found the following sitehttps://www.networldsports.com.au/paceman-bowling-machine-pro-x2.htmlthey offer a mo ...

HandyAndy
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November

Hi @attique ,i am not familiar with your machine (and i can't find any additional information on the supplier website). it looks like there is a speed ...

Prawns
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November

Forgive my basic knowledge - im definatly no electrician! but hopefully somebody will correct me if Im wrongAmps=watts/voltsso 500watts divided by 220 ...

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attique
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November

Excellent. Thanks a lot for your help

attique
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November

@HandyAndy , called them but they dont provide phone support. Asked me to email them which is fine. I am also looking at the other option of pure sine ...

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