Replacement Treadmill Control Board 220v But Treadmill Says 110v...is it okay to replace with that control board?

MaxHeadRoom

Joined Jul 18, 2013
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Not if the board was intended to be used in a 220v treadmill, it is safe to assume the board would be configured to run at that voltage.
 

Alec_t

Joined Sep 17, 2013
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Can I use a control board that says 220v for my treadmill that says 110v?
It depends on the board design. You have to consider power (Volts x Amps) as well as voltage. A board designed for 220V might be able to handle only half the current than one designed for 110V.
 

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mannytreadmill

Joined Jun 6, 2021
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It depends on the board design. You have to consider power (Volts x Amps) as well as voltage. A board designed for 220V might be able to handle only half the current than one designed for 110V.
Thanks I might have to take a chance/try. I am waiting to hear back from the sellers of this model
 
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