Step Down Voltage Converter -Transformer 220 Volts to 110 Volt in Kenya to enable you to use US Equipement.
220v to 110v Step-Down converter or transformer reduces the incoming 220v or 240 Volt electricity found in most parts of the world to 110 Volt USA power. These voltage transformers enable the use of 110v USA electrical products in foreign countries where the voltage ranges from 220 Volt.
Our CE Certified 220v to 110v converters are 50Hz 60Hz compatible, fuse protected, and grounded that can be safely used continuously for 110-volt American products in foreign countries.
At Tdk Solutions We stock domestic and commercial Step down transformers a wide range of high-quality 220v to 110v Step-down transformers and Voltage converters.
Step down transformer- 220v to 110v Available at our store;- ; 50w, 150w,200w,300w,500w,750w,1000w,2000w,3000w and 5000W
A step-down transformer is a device that Converts single phase 220/240 volts down to 110/120 volts. Compatible with 50 Hz/60 Hz
- Maximum capacity:
- Converts 220/240V down to 110/120V.
- Compatible with both 50Hz and 60Hz
- On/Off Switch
- Fuse Protected
How do I choose a step-down transformer for your Equipment
The size of a voltage transformer is defined by wattage. Therefore, the wattage of the device/appliance that you will be powering needs to be established to determine the size of the transformer required.
The wattage of the item can normally be found on a label on the item describing the power rating or in the user manual.
Note: The wattage of the time may be abbreviated to ‘Watts’ or ‘W’.
If the power rating is not specified it can be calculated from the following equation: Watts (W or VA) = Amps (A) x Volts (V).
If only the amperage (amps) are displayed, multiple it by the volts to find the wattage, for example, 2A x 110V = 220W
Once calculated, choose a voltage transformer that can handle a higher amount of wattage than your device is rated. Please note that if the appliance is motor-based, it may require additional power to start up than is indicated (this is known as surge), as a guide add 20% to the power requirements of the device or contact the manufacturer of the appliance for further information. It is good to remember, that a transformer with a higher rating will not harm your device.
Example of problem a voltage transformer solves:
A product from the USA which runs on 110V is to be used in the UK at 240V. The product has a wattage of 454watts.
- If an appliance was designed for use in the USA, it will run on 110V.
- The power from the sockets in the UK is 240V.
- The item is plugged into a 500VA step-down transformer, which changes the voltage down from 240v to 110V.
What happens when a product is a dual voltage?
A dual voltage device means that it accepts both 110-120V and 220-240V rated input power. Luckily many travel gadgets are dual voltage, so you will only need to use a travel adapter, also known as a plug adaptor.
A foreign plug adapter does nothing to the power, it literally changes the physical plug type. The type of travel adapter required will depend upon where you are traveling to or where the product is from