Can you use your canon mx340 printer with 220v and 110v?
Yes, it will work on either voltage.
Not really if the 110v plug has a 110v rated appliance fitted, 220v will blow the fuse or damage the appliance, and there is a chance that the 220v will be to much for the 110v plug to handle
In 110v countries, it's got a 110v plug--the motor and heater in a dishwasher aren't very large, and the unit runs fine on 110v. In 220v countries, naturally the appliance runs on 220v.
The kind of motor that runs on either 110v or 220v has two coils in it. If you wire them in parallel you can run the motor on 110v. Wiring them in series lets you run it on 220v. The motor will come with instructions on how to do it.
Because it's more dangerous to use 220V than to use 110V.
The lower the voltage, the safer. Therefore 110V is much safer than 220V. While 110V can kill in certain circumstances, you are more likely to get only a nasty shock. Under the same circumstances, 220V will probably kill.
To wire a 110v outlet to 220v the 220v source must have a neutral conductor that is 110v away from the hot leg. If you don't have the neutral, you must provide a new circuit. Do not just connect ground to the neutral terminal, as ground is not intended to carry current.
Use a transformer to lower from 220 to 110V.
The fact that it's supposed to. Voltage is stated as the difference between the two wires carrying electricity to the load. When they bring power to the house from the utility, you get two wires carrying 110v but they're 180 degrees out of phase. Imagine one carries positive 110v and the other carries negative 110v. If you hook one of these wires plus a neutral (zero volts) to the load, you get 110v--110v over 0v… Read More
220v and 110v are almost the only voltages used around the world because they are the most efficient.
NO...you'll fry it and yourself without a step down converter. 220v is 30+amps, 110v is 15. Volts don't kill, Amps do.
Depends. Some smaller stuff can usually run on both, in which case it will be printed on them. If it isn't, you can't run a 220v item on 110v.
If you have a computer which start with 110v so by using converter can the computer starts with 220v?
Yes. If the computer power input is only rated for 110V input, you can power it from 220V by using a voltage converter from 220V to 110V with appropriate wattage. Some computer power supplies also have a switch for setting 110V/220V in which case computer can be powered from 220V after changing the setting. Most of the portable computers/laptops have power adapters which are rated for universal voltage (e.g. my Dell laptop AC adapter is… Read More
Do not do this.
All three, on 110V a split receptacle, on 220V a baseboard heater, on 440V a construction heater or similar resistive load.
Most of the printers offered in the USA have a voltage of 110V AC input and 8V AC output, whereas the printers offered in the Europe have input voltage of 220V AC and output voltage of 8V AC.
Not directly as the plugs are of a different size and shape. If the plug would allow this, damage would be the result as the 220v supply would be twice what the 110v device would require.
Only if it is rated for 110V-220V. If it is rated for 110V only and you plug it into a 220V outlet, your device will be destroyed.
If I connect 110v xbox one to a 220v outlet what will burn will the power supply burn or will the Xbox one burn?
If you connect 110V xbox one to a 220V outlet, only the power supply will burn and not the Xbox one.
yes, but you need a transformer to convert it,
It won't turn on.......
of course. go to the market and buy a transformer. It will convert a 110V supply to a 220V supply.
At 20 amps the 220V will supply twice (2x) the power that the 110V will supply. The answer depends upon your meaning of the term 'better'. If you have a specific size load that you are supplying such as a motor that will accept either 220V or 110V then by using 220V you will have less of an impact from voltage drop and the conductor size will be smaller due to the current being 1/2… Read More
Can a 110v outlet be converted into a 220v outlet Or is there something I can purchase that will be less of a hassle than rewiring this is for a conventional oven?
This is a two part question. Can a 110v outlet be converted into a 220v outlet, yes it can. The other part of the question needs to be discussed.
A 220v heater has two 110v lines coming into it--either two 110v lines with a neutral, like a range, or two 110v lines with no neutral, like a water heater. Unless there's a fan in the system, they only use two wires. It's cheaper that way. If you have a DEDICATED circuit for each 220v heater--one where there's only one thing on the breaker--and you have at least 10/2 wire (unless the amps call for… Read More
in circuits to reduce or to add voltage is used coil components
Do you need a neutral when running a BLK Red and ground from a panel directly to a 240V 4800W 20A heater outlet?
No. The black is 220, the red is 220, and the ground serves as the neutral. the last answer "no" is correct but the reason is not. the ground is still a ground. the red is 110v and the black is 110v. together they are 220v. the neutral or (common) is for a 110v return. for example a stove or a dryer will have 2 hots a common and a ground because they use 220v… Read More
If the 220V circuit is dedicated, is to derate the circuit to a dedicated 110V outlet. Replace the 220V breaker with a 110V breaker and install a 110V outlet in place of the 220V outlet. If the original circuit was 20A or greater go with a 20A breaker and a 20A outlet as Airconditioners are fairly large loads. Do not exceed the current rating of the old circuit as that is all the current the… Read More
for single phase 220v/110v control from three phase
220 is only preferable on large tablesaws and bandsaws, most other tools will operate perfectly on 110v
Best way is to use a step up transformer to step up the voltage from 110V to 220V
Yes, it's possible, but probably not safe and certainly not approved.
"Power" is not expressed in volts, but rather in watts (Volts times Amperes), for instance. So you cannot say whether 110v or 220v is more Power-ful unless you also know how much current (Amperes) is flowing in the electrical circuit.
You bought some electronics in China which requires 220v In that case can you use these devices in Canada which uses 110v without getting a voltage converter to convert from 220v to 110v.?
No.. you can't... You will actually be damaging your instrument.. It is highly recommended that you use voltage converter... I think it is not too costly
Assuming that this question is about adapters for traveling to another country (not USA) then 230V is the equivalent of 220V. Just purchase a suitable adapter.
NO. - You will burn out any 110 volt appliance or light you plug into it.
Read the instructions or the label on the back
Neither are safe voltages unless used in the correct and sensible manner.
Yes it will. The only thing that you have to keep in mind is that in Angola the power is 220V so U'll need a power brick with 220v. Or U can buy a power converter to convert 220v to 110v.
No. Attempting to run an appliance on insufficient voltage can cause damage to the appliance and can be dangerous. Call an electrician and get him to install a 220v plug
If you need a 220v circuit at only 15 or 20 amps: Get a new breaker to replace your 110v single pole breaker with a 220v double pole breaker. (You cannot exceed the original breaker's amperage rating unless you also replace the wire with a larger size). Shut off the panel's main breaker (the wires coming into the main breaker will remain hot, so don't touch them.) Remove the old 110v circuit's neutral (white) from… Read More
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it can be done at the electrical panel with out a transformer. always have an electrician do it.
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You have to buy a transformer or converter from 220v to 110v.
AC (Alternating Current) usually provided at either 110V or 220V.
It is not the voltage that kills you it is the amps, path of current, and the amount of time.
It would involve some electronics work but it could be done. Might add that it could be more expensive than just buying the proper power supply. Use Use 220V 60hz motor to run 110V 50hz Generator.
No. It'll overload and fail just about immediately. It's possible - but not recommended - to run two 110 v heaters in series from a 220v circuit.
If you have a domestic hot water heater on a three phase supply 380-220V can you wire a single phase heater to the old system?
You can connect a single phase 220V water heater to a 380/220V 3 phase supply. Simply connect it between one of the 3 hots and neutral. If the heater requres 110V this will not work, as this system doesn't have 110V. You will have to supply it off another panel in your shop.