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Step Up & Down Voltage Converter - Transformer

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  • Seven Star 300 Watts Light Weight Compact Voltage Converter

    Seven Star 300 Watts Light Weight Compact Voltage Converter

    • Power Converter
    • Changes 220/240 Volt (Foreign Electricity) to 110/120 Volt (U.S. Electricity)
    • Also can change 110/120 Volt (U.S. Electricity) to 220/240 Volt (Foreign Electricity)
    • Operates on 110/220V AC 50/60Hz
    • All models operate in dual voltage mode
    • Fuse protectionLED" red lamp indicating power source
    • Universal Input socket outlet jack (eg. USA Learn More
    SS-30

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    SEVEN STAR TC-300, 300 Watts Step Up and Down Voltage Converter Transformer 110-220 Volts

    SEVEN STAR TC-300, 300 Watts Step Up and Down Voltage Converter Transformer 110-220 Volts

    • Step Up and Down Transformers
    • Power Converter
    • Changes 220/240 Volt (Foreign Electricity) to 110/120 Volt (U.S. Electricity)
    • Also can change 110/120 Volt (U.S. Electricity) to 220/240 Volt (Foreign Electricity)
    • Fuse Protection with replaceable fuse (Comes with two extra fuses!!!)
    • Front easy access on/off switch
    • All models operate in dual voltage mode
    • Input jack for American Plug
    • Input jack for European Plug also
    • Ac
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    TC-300
    $29.99 $28.99 As low as: $26.22

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    Seven Star SF-500W 500 Watts Fully Automatic Step Up and Down Light Weight Compact Voltage Converter

    Seven Star SF-500W 500 Watts Fully Automatic Step Up and Down Light Weight Compact Voltage Converter

    • Model # SF-500, 500 Watt Step Up/Down AC TO AC voltage converter, Operates on110/220V AC Automatically. No worries to set input voltage manually. Red lightindicates power source. Red light indicator for 110V output and Green lightindicator for 220V output. Has a universal socket outlet which means any type ofplug fits into the converter and power cord with two pin Asian/European typeSchuko plug with earth. Has built in thermal fuse protection (Reset button).
    • Excellent Transformer with CE
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    SF500
    $74.99 $33.00

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    20,000 Watts Step Up and Down Voltage Converter Transformer, THG-20000 220 to 110 Volts, (CE Approved)

    20,000 Watts Step Up and Down Voltage Converter Transformer, THG-20000 220 to 110 Volts, (CE Approved)

    • 20,000 Watts Step Up and Down Voltage Converter Transformer, THG-20000 220 to 110 Volts, (CE Approved)
    • Hard wired All of the Step-down transformers that are over 7500 watts require the unit to be hard wired by an electrician into a circuit breaker. In doing so, every outlet can be supplied with the desired 110 volts. And in cases of power failure, the unit will be reset with the circuit breaker. This unit allows you to power many different devices throughout your home or office at once
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    TC-20000A
    $599.99 $410.00

  • Seven Star SF-200W 200 Watts Automatic Step Up and Down Light Weight Compact Voltage Converter

    Seven Star SF-200W 200 Watts Automatic Step Up and Down Light Weight Compact Voltage Converter

    • Model # SF-200, 200 Watt Step Up/Down AC TO AC voltage converter, Operates on 110/220V AC Automatically. No worries to set input voltage manually. Red light indicates power source. Red light indicator for 110V output and Green light indicator for 220V output. Has a universal socket outlet which means any type of plug fits into the converter and power cord with two pin Asian/European type Schuko plug with earth. Has built in thermal fuse protection (Reset button).
    • Excellent Transformer with CE
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    SF200
    $39.99

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Step Up & Down Voltage Converter – Transformer

Voltage converters modify the voltages of power sources. The volt is a measure of electromagnetic force. A transformer is used for AC voltage conversion and works by transferring energy from one circuit to another, and electronic circuitry is used to transform DC voltage.

We offer a wide variety of high-quality step up and step down voltage converters to suit your situation, and we look forward to fulfilling your voltage converter needs!

The term "step up voltage converter" (or in most cases a "step up transformer") refers specifically to converters that increase voltage; a step down voltage converter does the opposite. Likewise, a step up and down voltage converter does both. Voltage transformers most commonly convert voltages between 110 and 220 volts, but higher voltages can vary between 220 and 240 volts, and lower voltages can vary between 110 and 120 volts.

A common use for a step up down voltage converter is for the use of electronic devices or appliances in foreign countries. Mains converters are most often used for this, and most convert one range of high or low voltages to another, so exact voltages do not matter as long as the conversion is in the right direction. Almost all of Asia, Africa, Europe and Australia use 220-240 volt outlets. North America, most of the northern half of South America, Madagascar, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, and Japan all use 110-127 volt outlets.

Mains converters are also used for devices which require lower voltages. The power supply you use for your laptop is probably a mains converter. Laptops and computers require a converter because the voltage generated from the outlet would destroy their hardware. Converters that protect computer hardware and other types of electronic devices are generally known as power supplies. Converters, of course, are also used for any type of machinery that requires a voltage different from the power source.

To choose the correct voltage converter for your needs, it's essential to determine the required wattage. The wattage of a device indicates how much power is needed. You can usually find the wattage on a label provided by the manufacturer of your electronic equipment. If this label does not show the required wattage for the device, you can also use other information to determine the wattage you need.

To get the required number of watts, you can multiply the number of volts and the number of amps (or amperes) for the device together. Amperes measure amounts of electric current. The needed power is a product of the amount of current and the electromagnetic force the device requires.

It's recommended that you choose a converter with more wattage than you need, and many people say that the wattage of your converter should be two to three times higher than what your devices require. It is safe to use a converter with more wattage than you need, but you could blow the converter's fuse if your devices consume more power than the converter can supply.

Power sources also vary in their output frequencies. Countries differ by what frequencies they use, which is usually either 50 or 60 hertz. For most electronic devices, the frequency will not matter. However, certain devices like clocks or turntables will require the frequency for which the device was built. Frequency changers can be used to modify the frequency of a power source.

Our ample supply of step up and down voltage converters is sure to have the right converter for you, so don't hesitate: shop 110220Volts today!