Voltage Converters are more appropriate for appliances with a simple resistive heating element and no electronic controls. However, some manufacturers of Flat Irons recommend against using ANY Voltage Converters with their products. If a Voltage Converter MUST be used, a better option is this model from Magellan. This will automatically select the proper conversion method, so the user doesn't have to worry about choosing the correct method, or forgetting to change a switch.
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Sometimes the names for converters and adapters can get mixed up. The employee that I talked to told me that I would only need certain pieces for my computer and digital camera needs. Make sure that you talk to someone who knows which piece you should get.
We have a large copier that is plugged into a 220V outlet. Our new copier is a 120V. Is there such a thing as a step down voltage converter 220V to 110V that can be made or bought that would allow the copier to be plugged in? I was told that some type of converter could be built or made.
If you do not need 220v printer anymore, then you can have electrician just rewire it for 120v. He just has to replace the breaker and the outlet. I know that, but it is in a Federal Bldg and getting an electrician is a long paperwork proposition and will take months. My question is a step down type converter or cord that could be made available in lieu of getting an electrician? Even if it is just temporary to get the copier working, while we wait on the long federal process?