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ELC T-2000 2000 Watt Voltage Converter Transformer - Step Up/Down - 110V/220V - Circuit Breaker Protection



ELC T-2000 2000 Watt Voltage Converter Transformer - Step Up/Down - 110V/220V - Circuit Breaker Protection


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ELC T-2000 2000-Watt Voltage Converter Transformer

New ELC series of step up/down voltage transformers allows you to convert
voltages from 110-120 volt up to 220-240 volt or from 220-240 volt down to
110-120 volt for both home use & industrial applications. The T-2000 is rated at
2000 watts maximum.

This ELC transformer features a heavy-duty cord with a standard US 3-prong plug.
There are a total of two outputs on the front panel. One is grounded 110V
outputs designated for 120 volts with a US standard outlet and the second one
220 volt universal outlet which accepts plugs from most countries.


For safety, it's recommended by the manufacturer that the voltage
transformer's maximum power should be equal or greater than the power rating of
your appliance multiplied by 1.5. For example, if you have an appliance rated at
100 watts, you will need to pick a transformer with a maximum power of 150 watts
or greater.

The ELC T series also features circuit breakers which protect the equipment and
the transformer against overload. With circuit breaker protection you'll never
need to replace fuses.



  • Up to 2000 Watt Maximum Capacity, Heavy Duty
    Step Up/Down Voltage Converter Transformer (110/120V 220/240V)

  • NOTE: This converter is designed only for
    European/Asian 220V (Single Phase) , it will not Work with American 220
    (Dual Phase)

  • Dual Circuit Breakers Protection for Each
    Voltage (120V & 220V) 1 x 110V Socket, 1 x Universal 220V Socket Weight: 10
    lbs., Dimensions: 12.5" x 8.0" x 4.5", CE Certified.

  • MAX - 2000 Watt for 30 Mins Use. For
    continuous use: 1000W. Make sure you multiply x2 the wattage of your item.
  • Up to 2000 Watt Maximum Capacity, Heavy Duty Step Up/Down Voltage Converter Transformer (110/120V 220/240V)
  • NOTE: This converter is designed only for European/Asian 220V (Single Phase) , it will not Work with American 220 (Dual Phase)
  • Dual Circuit Breakers Protection for Each Voltage (120V & 220V) 1 x 110V Socket, 1 x Universal 220V Socket Weight: 12.5 lbs., Dimensions: 12.5" x 8" x 4.5", CE Certified.
  • MAX - 2000 Watt for 30 Mins Use. For continuous use: 1000W. Make sure you multiply x2 the wattage of your item and get a transformer bigger than that. WARNING: We do not recommend for high wattage heat producing items such as Coffee Maker, Expresso Machine, Toaster & Welding Equipment ETC.

FAQ'S
 

Electrical differences in the World are not so shocking! Electricity in the world differs for each countries 110/120 volts or 220/240 volts. Plug shapes, Plug holes and Plug sizes are also different in each country. Some countries like USA and Canada run on 120 Volts 60 Cycles (60HZ) and most of the world run on 220/240 Volts 50 Cycles (50HZ). This differences in the electricity can be solved by using an appropriate voltage converters.

Q: What does voltage converter or transformer mean ?

A: In speaking general Voltage Converters and Voltage Transformers are used to convert electricity. North America and some other countries operate on 110/120 Volt AC 60 HZ. While most of the world operates on 220/240 volts AC 50 HZ. Voltage Converters change the electricity to make work electrical appliances in different countries.

Q: What does "Step-up/Down Transformer" mean ?

A: Step-up/Down Transformers are used to convert electricity from 220/240 VAC to 110/120 VAC (Step Down) or 110/120 Volt AC to 220/240 Volts AC (Step-up). These type of transformers are grounded and with built-in fuse protection system which provides safety against electrical shock and damage to the appliances.

Q: How can I figure how many watts voltage transformer do I need ?

A: First of all, find out how many watts do appliance take. You can find this information usually on the label located on the back or bottom of the appliance or in the specification page of instruction book of an appliance. If only amerage (AMPS) is shown multiply the input voltage (i.e. 110 or 220v) by AMPS to find the watts.
VOLTS x AMPS = WATTS for example, 110 V x 0.5 AMPS = 55 W Please make sure not to operate any appliance with higher wattage than chais the waltage rating of voltage transformer. Heavy duty transformers can be used continuously at 75% to 80% of their wattage capacity.

Q: I have brought some electrical appliances from overseas will they work in USA ?

A: Yes, You can buy one of our step up-down transformers according to the wattage rating of your appliance (s). Please consider to buy higher wattage transformer than the wattage rating of your appliance. All our heavy duty transformers (step up-down) are grounded and built-in fase protection system for your and your appliances’ safety. Please remember transformers do not convert cycles (60 HZ. VS 50 HZ. Foreign) and some cycle sensitive appliances like microwave ovens, stereo turn tables and analog clocks may not operate properly. However, most modern electronic equipments like computers, printers and stereo music systems are not affected by difference in cycles. Our heavy duty voltage transformers can also be used for U.S. appliances (120 VOLT AC) to operate in Europe (220/240 VOLT AC). We also recommend to buy our voltage converters built-in voltage stabilizer-regulator to save your appliances from damage caused by power fluctuations.

Q: What is the difference between AC and DC current ?

A: Most counties in the World use electrical currents as alternating currents (AC). DC stand for Direct Currents. All appliances and voltage transformers run only on AC electricity.

Q: What is the use of Universal AC/DC adapter ?

A: Also known as battery eliminator, universal AC adapters are used to convert AC electricity (i.e. 120V or 240V) to a desirable DC current (i.e. 1.5,3,4.5,6,7.5,9 or 12 Volt DC). Some battery operated items with DC input includes walkmans, baby monitors, telephones which can be used with AC adapters universally.

Q: Can I use my several appliances at once with voltage transformer ?

A: Yes, As long as total wattage of all your appliances do not exceed than the wattage capacity of a voltage transformer. Also consider only 80% wattage capacity of voltage converter than wattage rating of your appliance (s) to avoid damage caused by power fluctuation.

Q: Do the plug shape makes the difference when using my appliance overseas with a voltage transformer?

A: Yes, since there is no worldwide standard for the plug configuration, plug shapes and plug holes (electrical outlets) differ from country to country. In addition to voltage converter a necessary plug adapter is required to simply fit your appliance plug in to foreign wall outlet. Please note that adapter plug only changes the plug shape not the electricity.

 


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