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2000 WATT VOLTAGE CONVERTER STEP UP / STEP DOWN TRANSFORMER

Item# VC-2000
Regular price: $152.95
Sale price: $88.95
Temporarily Out Of Stock.

Product Description

2000 WATT VOLTAGE CONVERTER  STEP UP / STEP DOWN TRANSFORMER
This is a voltage converter or transformer that can be used as a step up transformer in 110/120 volt countries or as a step down transformer in 220/230/240 volt countries. This heavy duty voltage transformer can be used for continuous duty. It will convert voltages of 220-240 volts to 110-120 and will also convert voltages from 110-120 to 220-240 volts.

The 2000 Watt Step Up / Step Down Transformer Features are:

  • On/off switch
  • Fuse protected
  • Transformer has CE certification
  • 220 volt output receptacle is universal – will accept most foreign plugs
  • Two free spare fuses
  • Dimensions: 7.2"W X 9.9"L X 6.0"H
  • Weight: 35 pounds
  • Warranty: manufacturers 1 year parts and labor

Accessories

Power transformer fuses for these international voltage converters. Using the wrong type or size fuse in a voltage converter transformer can cause serious damage. Please be sure to use the proper fuses in every voltage transformer regardless of brand. These power transformers all use quick-blow fuses to help protect your appliances and the international voltage converter from possible damage. Fuses are sold in a pack of 5 for $5.00 regardless of type or size
Regular price: $10.00
Sale price: $5.00
VC2000-F
Surge protectors are the primary defense you have to protect your sensitive electronic, computer, and stereo equipment from electrical surges or electrical spikes caused primarily by your power company, storms, and by internal electrical fluctuations within your home or office building. Internal causes can occur whenever equipment in a building is suddenly energized, like an elevator or air conditioning compressor; at home it can be when the refrigerator starts or washing machine changes cycles. These electrical surges or spikes usually only last for a short time, often less than a full electrical cycle which is 1/60 of a second, but over time repeated electrical spikes or power surges have a cumulative effect and will work to deteriorate electronic components which can eventually fail.

You can use the multi-outlet 250 volt surge protector to protect your multi-voltage (100-240 volt, 50/60 Hz) appliances or use one of the 110 volt models to provide additional outlets from the transformer 110 volt output.
Transformers used abroad will need the appropriate plug adapter. See our World Electric Guide




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