The Multimatic 200 operates on 120V too, so 230V is not essential, but think getting the power supply figured out might be your biggest issue. Talking with Yawan at Kodiak (he does all the tech support for Premier Power Welder) about this, he warned me that most regular inverters can't be used to power welders. Something about the way the welders work shorts-out the inverter. Sorry, but don't know too much about that. Just wanted to point it out as something you'll want to look into. Pretty sure you can do MIG and TIG welding with Premier Power Welders too, for what it's worth. Decided to go this way because I wanted to create a well-equipped mobile workshop, and couldn't find anything better than the Multimatic 200 out there. Pretty versatile little machine.
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