Voltage Conversion

How can I use a 110 V appliance on 220 V without the use of a step down transformer?

 


asked 6/22/2014
riz214
riz21
  • It cannot be done. Step down transformer is necessary. - ram31 7/22/2014

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You could look at a solid state converter. Need to be careful which loads you are connecting it to; a solid state converter is not suitable for certain types of equipment.
answered 11/26/2014 Steven McFadyen 246
Steven McFadyen

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