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Old 16th March 2015, 12:59 AM
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Since about 1995, the UK and most of continental Europe have harmonised mains voltage at a nominal 230V. Across mainland Europe, most countries run at 230V +6% -10% whilst in the UK the acceptable variation is 230V +10% -6%.

Any single phase equipment designed to operate within the E.U. should therefore be able to run on anything from 207V to 253V - If you are using equipment that is sensitive to voltage fluctuations, then you may want to consider a power stabilising unit.

You don't say what type of head is fitted to the M601 - If it is a colour head using 12V halogen lamps, then it would certainly be worth investing in a stabilised power supply. As for the timer, if it 'tics', but there is no output, then it is possible that the internal relay needs replacing.
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