Question about Honda Air Tools & Compressors
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: converting from 220 to 110 volts
Most brands of air comperssors are built to work on either 220 or 110 v. I believe that 220 v compressors are more efficient and draw less current and run cooler.
The more expensive compressors have a switch allowing for voltage selection. Still others will have a wiring diagram printed on the motor allowing voltage change by changing jumpers. Most all of the sears compressors that I have repaired were of single voltage with no other way to change except change motor. Do not worry however, you have the better motor. It is easier to convert the outlet plug to 220 by isolating the circuit and installing a 220 v breaker. enjoy
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
I have a Kobalt 60 Gal 3.7 hp air compressor. Send me your email address and I'll make sure you get your schematic. Hope this helps! MichaelGG@health.ok.gov
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
The compressor starting problem is common to most of the small portable compressors. Poor design and undersized components are to blame. If you have one of these units i suggest looking into a product called the Smart Start by Conrader Valves. It is interchangeable with the standard air filters and allows the compressor to start without fail. check it out- www.conrader.com.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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