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Voltage Converter 220V To 110V Company

Company Summary:

  • Since 2006
  • 101-150 Employees
  • Turnover 1000,00,000.00 USD per year
  • 100% turn over from existing products
  • 100 year(s) of Export Experience
  • Limited Company

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Export Department
Tim Kris
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Phone: xxx-xxxxxxxxxx
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Company Address:

8561 W. Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles
United States, 90001
Web Page Link: https://www.toboc.com/voltageconverter220vto110vcompany.aspx


Details of Product or Sell Offer

Travel Voltage Converter

"Travel Voltage Converter" is listed under  Other - Power Supplies & AccessoriesCategory

If your appliance is not dual-voltage, you’ll need a converter to step-down the 220-240 volt current in the country you are visiting to the 110-120 volt US current. If you fail to use a converter, and plug directly into a 220v/250v outlet, your appliance will spark like the 4th of July and may even black-out your hotel. As a result, you’ll most likely be introduced to the universal definition of "not good". If youre traveling with certain devices, such as hair dryers and kettle, you may also need a travel voltage converter.The world runs on two types of electricity: 110/125V or 220/240V. North American devices run on 110/125V electricity while the majority of the world runs on 220/240V. Converters and transformers change the voltage of electricity to match the voltage of your device.Travel voltage converters are not designed for continuous use as oppose to the larger transformer which can be used continuously. Travel voltage converters also have very small capacity and usually range from 30W to 200W max. The 1600W or 1875W travel voltage converter is not an actual voltage transformer, it is designed specifically for heat producing (purely resistive) items only such a hair dryer, irons, heating pads, etc.. Do NOT use 1600W or 1875W setting of a travel voltage converter with electronic items or any items with electronic circuitry or chipset.The amount of current for this type of device is normally high enough that you probably indeed need an "industrial" type step-up transformer (check the wattage of your device). Its possible that the current draw of such a transformer would overdo whats available in a cruise ship stateroom anyway. And if nothing else, the cost, size, and weight of such a transformer will make it an unattractive option. My advice would be simply to use a 110V appliance, which can probably be purchased on-board the ship, and understand that it will be inferior.

Product Detail

150     USD Per Sets
20     Sets
15   day(s)
500000   Sets Monthly
voltage converter, travel
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