Only Handheld. But it can cut underwater! (apparently, according to the manual ... why??? I have no clue.)
It has dual auto-sensing voltage. If it's hooked up to 110, you can't crank more than 20 amps. If it's hooked up to 220, it can crank 40 and cut thicker metal. It also likes to consume copious amounts of compressed air: 4.0 scfm @ 80 psi
. I have a compressor that is on its last legs that I use right now. I'm looking to upgrade this at some point. Right now if I have the compressor and the cutter on the same 15 am circuit, and they are both running, they will blow the circuit in less than 5 seconds.
It's a Hypertherm model "Powermax 30". http://www.hypermax.org/powermax_30_specifications.htm