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Posted on Grizzly G0656P Jointer and G0703P Cyclone DC on the way

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#1 posted 03-23-2013 04:27 AM

Hey darth! Congrats on your new purchase! Glad to see you were actually able to receive your shipment. Hopefully unscathed?

Sorry to hear about your 220V upgrade. Hopefully this was a one time fluke.

Do also be advised, while running the G0703 with the 5” restrictor will allow you to run on a 20A 110V circuit, it will also cut your CFM from 775 to 695.

From the Spec Sheet: http://cdn0.grizzly.com/specsheets/g0703p_ds.pdf

Amps (w/6” Inlet)
18.8A at 110V, 9.4A at 220V

Amps (w/5” Inlet Installed)
15.8A at 110V, 7.9A at 220V

Air Suction Capacity (30A, w/o 5” Port) – 775 CFM
Static Pressure at Maximum Air Suction Capacity (30A, 110V Circuit w/o 5” Port) – 1.80”
Maximum Static Pressure (30A, 110V Circuit w/o 5” Port) – 10”

Air Suction Capacity (20A, 110V Circuit w/5” Port) – 695 CFM
Static Pressure at Maximum Air Suction Capacity (20A, 110V Circuit w/5” Port) – 2.90”
Maximum Static Pressure (20A, 110V Circuit w/5” Port) – 9.8”

I’m hoping they send the right board. I’d much prefer to have the full power without having to run a 30A 110V circuit.

Let me know what you think of it after you get it running.

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