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What voltage converter should I have to use this DVD in Canada?


Hello, Jarosaw -

Clarification: You are asking about a DVD player?

I have no idea where you reside now. If you reside in the USA and want to use your DVD player in Canada, you do not need any kind of voltage converter. Both Canada and the USA use 120 volt electrical service.

If you live in the United Kingdom and wish to use your U.K. DVD (220 volts) player in Canada (120 volts), I refer you to the information here:
https://whatplug.info/from/uk/to/canada

If you are not in the U.K., I suggest you use your favorite search engine to find the proper kind of voltage converters for electronics purchased in the country where you are located, so you may use them in Canada. I used Google with the following search strategy, using quotation marks as shown:
"voltage converter" "220 v to 120 v"
Or, you can use this kind of search strategy, with quotation marks as shown:
"voltage converter" "Your Country to Canada"
Example:
"voltage converter" "New Zealand to Canada"

Best wishes.

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What do i have to do to plug my 110 air conditioner into where my 220 window unit


You need a step down transformer, to convert 220V to 110V. You can't just plug the 110V A/C unit in directly unless it is clearly marked as being suitable for multi-voltage supply (110V - 220V input).

Such a transformer has to be of sufficient capacity to handle the current, or wattage, that will be required. The Frigidaire unit in your question is a 3.5 kW cooling capacity, so the transformer would need to be about the same, ie for a 10A supply at least. They are quite big boxes, about $120.

http://welectronics.com/TRANSFORMERS/step-up-down.JPG

You would put this in the roof or in a cupboard.

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It's 110v model and I want to run it on 230v. If I use a transformer what rating would you reccomend. If I try to convert to 230v what would I need to do. Also can you point me to an operations manual....


You need the total amperes of the refrigerator and multiply by the refrigerator volts to get voltamps, then choose a transformer that is rated at least 120% of the voltamps of the refrigerator. e.g. refrigerator runs at 120 volts and 7.5 amperes, 120 x 7.5 is 900, then 120% of 900 is 1080. A transformer of at least 1080 VA (volt amps) that is 220-240 volts primary and 120 volts secondary. 1080 volt amps is same as 1.08kva (kilo volt amps).

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How to change the voltage for Yamaja YSP4000 from 120 V to 220 v


The US and Canadian models are fixed voltage - 120V 60Hz. There isn't a model sold anywhere in the world that is multi voltage. The European model is 220~240V 50/60Hz

If you want to take this product abroad with you, then you will need to buy a Step Down Transformer. This will take 220~240V and convert it to 120.

The power consumption of the YSP4000 is 55W. You should over specify the Step Down Transformer by at least 20% to ensure there's enough current when the speaker needs it. 70W minimum should cover it.

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How can I change input voltage of charger from 120 volts to 220 volts?


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There are a number of converters that convert 220v to 120 v and visa versa. If you do a web search " 220 to 120 converter, you'll get many sites.

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My nexxtech multination travel adapter specifically says on the label that it will convert 240/220 V to 120/110 V, but when i plug it into a 220 V wall outlet its output is still 220 V. (I know this since...


It seems your adapter is not a converter for Voltage, but just a plug-converter so it will fit all type of sockets. There's a varistor for safety-protection, but that's all there is. At least, that's what I make up, based upon your description and the manual. See http://downloads.thesource.ca/273/2731445/manuals/manual.pdf

If the converter also should have converted 220/240 V AC into 110 V AC, than the electronics inside is damaged. Actually I think it's just a plug-converter, because there are many devices operating with an internal switched powersupply. The advantage of such technique is it can operate at various AC-voltages, whil only an adapter for the correct plug is needed.

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I bought a Line6 M13 stompbox in the US and brought it across to South Africa. When i plugged it in using a Line6 PX-2 power adapter and an international converter....the pedal worked fine but started to...


The PX-2 should work fine as long as you are on 120 or 110 volt service. If you have 220 volt power, you have done damage... likely to the PX-2 and probably to the power input circuits of the M13.
If you are on 220, then you need to use a TRANSFORMER type voltage reducer before going to the PX-2. If you are on 220, then replace the PX-2 and take the M13 in for service replacement of parts where the power comes in and is regulated.

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I want to convert my compressor from 115 V to 220volt? There is nothing in the owners manual on how to do this. Can you help me?


Your garage mate unit was made to operate on 120 volts. That one reason there is nothing in the owners manual. To convert it my be costly.First your electric motor must be able to handle 220 volts. you will need to look on the motor tag and see if it has 120v/230v. if not you will have to purchase a new motor that will handle 220/230 volts.If your motor will handle 220/230/volts you need to look at the the wiring diagram attached to the motor. you then will need to purchase a 220 v plug and outlet and correct wire size to install.

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Converter needed


If your unit is from the USA, 120 volt/ 300 watts.
EU is 220-240V / 300 Watts. Best choice is to go to Bose service center in EU and have your transformer inside your box replaced with 220-240V for EU operation. That way you don't have to worry about a converter. If not, 2nd choice is buy a step-down transformer 220-240V input and 120 Volt output that can handle 300Watts.

Good Luck.

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