Question about Dryers
The voltage of the dryer you are having is 120 volt as compaired to the voltage in India 220~230 volt AC at 50 hz
You can use a simple thyristor voltage controller which will work out cheaper.
If not a step down transformer is needed to bring the voltage from 230~120 V.
As a transformer is expensive then it is possible to get the conversion done with a voltage reducer- solid state.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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