require more of your equipment
require more from your equipment
in the sense of asking more of it, i.e. demand equipment that performs better/is able to fulfill a greater amount of functions and in a more satisfactory manner?
What about 'demand more of/demand more from'?
I am following British English usage.
For a bit of context: 'If your job requires more of you, you should require more of your equipment.'
It's possible that if 'from' is used in the second part of the construction, it ought also be used in the first part.
At the moment, everything is starting to look in turns equally preposterous and equally acceptable to me.
The 'of' construction contains, perhaps, a greater level of ambiguity even if acceptable.