I noticed this contradictory statement on the 8760 page:
"It operates on either 110 or 220 VAC power (switchable)."
I believe this is an error, it is probably from an older version of the document that covered an older power supply, but it may be a misunderstanding about modern power supplies that are "switching power supplies", which does not mean they are switchable. "It's complicated". See:
Bottom line, pay attention to what is printed on your power supply.
--- In SherlineCNC@yahoogroups.com, "jowhowho" <jowhowho@...> wrote:
> The power supply for the driver box should have its specs printed on it. It should say what the input and output voltages and currents are. If it does not, you must be careful, and should probably find a power supply that is clearly marked.
> According to this page:
> "Technical Specifications, P/N 8760 Stepper Motor Driver
> "Power Supply:
> "Input: 100-240 VAC, 47-63 Hz, 3A (automatically adapts to incoming voltage)
> "Output: 24 VDC, 4A"