I have a plasma Samsung 40 inches, and i need the conversion to 220 volts 50 Cycles.
and I need too, the conversion from NTCSC to Pal N
please, can someone to help me.
thank you very much
I am from Argentina, i hope this was write correctly and you can understand me.
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1. To convert 110 to 220 - use a step down transformer between your mains and your unit with the watt rating equal to or greater than required by your unit;
2. If I got your brand/model right, I believe it is capable of either 50 or 60 Hz. However, if for some reason you still would want to convert convert 60 Hz to 50 Hz, it will be difficult and technically complicated. At best that I can offer is for you to get hold of an AC-DC-AC converter with the following specs input 220VAC/50Hz output 110/60Hz.
3. NTSC to Pal N would require complicated circuitry and if ever available would be expensive. Past experiences have shown me that any color conversion is not that satisfactory.
It may be to your advantage to return the unit and have it replaced with a region correct model.
Good luck and kind regards.
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<p>The battery of an iPod Touch prepared for use in the United
States is designed to be reloaded from the current supplied by a 110-volt
electrical system. Power is transmitted to the battery charger with an iPod
battery, which are connected via a USB cable and then connected to a 110 volt
outlet. To use the power of a 220 volt outlet with an iPod Touch, set the
current 220 volts to 110 volts. A conversion adapter voltage, also known as
"Step Down Transformer," it is necessary and can be obtained from an
electronics store, a hardware store and even some drug stores. <br />
<p>1. Place the 220-110 voltage converter card (aka, "Step
Down Transformer") next to a 220 volt outlet. Plug the adapter into the
outlet. <br />
<p>2. Connect the end of a USB cable to the USB connector USB
iPod charger iPod. Connect the other end of USB cable into your iPod's own
socket on the bottom of the iPod Touch. <br />
<p>3. Plug the iPod into the 110 volt outlet in the battery
adapter for the iPod Touch. <br />
<p>4. Unplug the charger from the iPod adapter and the adapter
from the outlet when the battery is charged. Unplug the USB cable from the iPod
charger and iPod Touch. <br />
www.dvdoverseas.com/voltage_converters.htm 110-220 volt voltage converter power transformer 220 volt voltage converters 240 ...run on 120 volt 60 cycles (60hz) and most of the worlds run on 220/240 volt ...
engagetek, This would be a very easy thing to do if and only if the label on the rear of the unit has printing similar to my GATEWAY LCD. It states as follows: "100 - 240VAC input 50/60hz." If your Amstrad unit's label reads "220-240VAC 50/60hz only, then you will need to reverse engineer the "ac to dc" power supply, be it an old "linear" or a modern "switch-mode-power-supply" type. You did not state what type of monitor technology your Amstrad is. CRT, LCD, Plasma,???? I would guess that it is a CRT type. Well anyway, I hope the info was of some use. Bye for now, I'm louie12fix on fixya