Anyone see the documentation listed here on the 230V Phill?

http://www.myphill.com/downloads.htm

v1.0:

GAS

Maximum Discharge Pressure: 24.8 MPa @ 21°C (3600 psig @ 70°F)

Nominal Flow Rate (60 Hz): 1.37 m3/hr @ 21°C and 1.7 kPa inlet

(0.80 scfm @ 70°F and 7” w.c. inlet)

ELECTRICAL

Electrical Supply: 120 VAC 60Hz / 230 VAC 50 Hz, Single Phase

Circuit Ampacity: 15 Amps

Full Load Amperage: 10 / 4 Amps

Average Power Consumption: 800 Watts

v1.5:

GAS

Maximum Discharge Pressure:3600 psig @ 70°F and >

Minimum Flow Rate: 0.47 scfm @ 70°F and 0.25 psig (7” w.c.) inlet

Maximum Flow Rate: 1.24 scfm @ 70°F and 0.50 psig (7’ w. c.) inlet

ELECTRICAL

Electrical Supply:240 VAC / 60Hz / Single Phase

Circuit Ampacity: 15 Amps

Full Load Amperage: 5.5 Amps

Average Power Consumption: 830 Watts

So it looks like the 230V version is a little faster than the 120V. Does anyone have a real world comparison between these two versions?

http://www.myphill.com/downloads.htm

v1.0:

GAS

Maximum Discharge Pressure: 24.8 MPa @ 21°C (3600 psig @ 70°F)

Nominal Flow Rate (60 Hz): 1.37 m3/hr @ 21°C and 1.7 kPa inlet

(0.80 scfm @ 70°F and 7” w.c. inlet)

ELECTRICAL

Electrical Supply: 120 VAC 60Hz / 230 VAC 50 Hz, Single Phase

Circuit Ampacity: 15 Amps

Full Load Amperage: 10 / 4 Amps

Average Power Consumption: 800 Watts

v1.5:

GAS

Maximum Discharge Pressure:3600 psig @ 70°F and >

Minimum Flow Rate: 0.47 scfm @ 70°F and 0.25 psig (7” w.c.) inlet

Maximum Flow Rate: 1.24 scfm @ 70°F and 0.50 psig (7’ w. c.) inlet

ELECTRICAL

Electrical Supply:240 VAC / 60Hz / Single Phase

Circuit Ampacity: 15 Amps

Full Load Amperage: 5.5 Amps

Average Power Consumption: 830 Watts

So it looks like the 230V version is a little faster than the 120V. Does anyone have a real world comparison between these two versions?

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