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2009-10-28 16:51:50
2009-10-28 16:51:50

Yes, it just draws twice the current as a 220 volt bed.


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A 110 volt tanning bed will work well. However, a 220 volt tanning bed will operate much more efficiently because of the higher level of current.

No likely. The wiring size will be designed for the current generated by 220 volt source. Besides other factors 110 volts would require twice the current.

use a 220 to 110 volt step down transformer

I am in Manila and would like to make 1 220 volt receptacle into a 110 volt receptacle thanks

You need a step down voltage transformer that converts 220 volt to 110 volt to use a 110 volt printer with 220 volt. You can get good quality transformers at East West International in Houston, TX. If you order online or over the phone, they can ship it to you in 2-3 business days.

Typically they are either 220V or 110 volts not both. Plugging a 11o volt blanket to a 220 volt line has a huge risk of fire.

I think you need a step-up transformer to make 110 volt line into 220 volts.

14 for 110 volt and 12 for 220 volt

You can not plug a 110 volt plug into a 220 volt receptacle because the blade configuration will not allow it.

Mine was 220 and I suppose they all are.

France uses 220-240 volts for their electrical system.

Yes, but the brightness of the bulb will be half of what it is a 220 volts.

If you combine two 110 volt power lines it does not give you 220 volts, the voltage will be the same. The only way to turn 110 volts into 220 volts is with a step-up transformer.

No, unless it is dual rated for 110 - 220 volt use. Check the manual or look at the rating sticker that should be somewhere on the printer.

If it is a straight 220 volt circuit with no neutral, then a step down transformer will have to be utilized.

What is the amount of power consumed by a 60 watt 220 volt lamp when it is connected across 110 volt supply?

You would use a stepdown transformer.

The 110 appliance will run faster than normal and burn out.

While you can physically do this it violates the Electrical Code. 110 Volt and 220 Volt receptacles are required by the Electrical Code to be on separate breakers for safety reasons, this would put them on the same 220 Volt breaker.

Get someone who is qualified before you set your house on fire

True, 220 volt appliances consume less energy than 110 volt ones, but in order to use them in the US, you would need to convert them to 110 voltage. This is a less efficient use of energy. Plus, 220 volt appliances are a more risky because people can get seriously injured if they get shocked from them.

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