Converters and transformers can seem confusing—but you must understand what they are and what they do if you travel frequently and/or want to be able to run all kinds of appliances and electronic devices in your home. Both transformers and converters are primarily used to step up or step down the voltage to make it compatible with your device or appliance. However, there are differences in terms of how they should be used. Continue reading Uses of Various Types of Converters & Transformers
Buying 220v appliances may help you save money, especially if you buy them before you move to another country where 220v is the standard. There are US-based appliance stores that carry a wide range of branded and highly-rated 220v appliances online. It can be convenient to buy the necessary appliances sooner because they might not be available where you are going, or they could cost higher elsewhere. Here are some of the latest and branded 220v appliances that you should consider:
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‘Generators’ and ‘inverters’ are often confused with each other because these terms are often used interchangeably. Because of this, many consumers fail to differentiate and thus often get confused. Here is a comprehensive guide to help clear up the misconceptions.
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* Electric starting type * Pilot Lamp * Remote Control * ON/ OFF Engine Switch * ON/ OFF Circuit Breaker (37A) * ON/ OFF Choke * DC -12 Volt/ 8.3 A * Two Outlet splash proof socket.
* 10.5 KW Rate power * Single Phase * LCD Volt Meter * 3000 RPM * ON/ OFF Engine Switch * ON/ OFF Circuit Breaker (45A) * ON/ OFF Circuit Breaker (16A) * ON/ OFF Choke * DC -12 Volt * DC current 8.3 A.