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Re: 220v/50hz power rig
From: Lincoln Dale <ltd () interlink com au>
Date: Wed, 05 Sep 2001 20:42:23 -0700
At 12:12 PM 5/09/2001 -0700, Randy Bush wrote:
you're gonna love this one.
i have a piece of equipment i will be shipping to china that i want to test
before i ship it over. it has a <gasp!> electric motor! so i need some
kind of transformer/inverter setup that plugs into red blooded american
115v/60hz and can handle
Power requirement: 1.5 kW
Voltage requirement: 220 V
Frequency: 50/60 Hz
Current requirement: 10 A
there's at least 4 ways to do it:
 its easy enough in Australia to get '240V/50Hz -> 110V/60Hz'
i would imagine you could probably find the same thing in USA without
 on this side of the planet, its pretty easy to get hold of small
generators that can output 1500W @ 240V.
 there's certainly inverters that'll convert -48DC to 240V/50Hz. a
car batteries or your favourite telco DC rail would do nicely.
 besides USA and Japan, just about everywhere else in the world uses
240V AC. sounds like an excuse for a European or Australian holiday
to me ...
Re: 220v/50hz power rig Lincoln Dale (Sep 06)
Re: 220v/50hz power rig David Lesher (Sep 06)
Re: 220v/50hz power rig Sean Donelan (Sep 05)
Re: 220v/50hz power rig Steven M. Bellovin (Sep 06)
Re: 220v/50hz power rig Sean Donelan (Sep 06)