• This CE Certified 3000 Watt Heavy-Duty Continuous Use Voltage Converter Transformer Can Be Used In Both 110V/120V Countries and 220V/240V Countries With 50Hz / 60Hz
  • Step Up 110V/120V To 220V/240V Or Step Down 220V/240V To 110V/120V (Switch Is On The Back Of The Unit)
  • Four Outlets On Front Of The Unit. Two Outlets For 110V and Two Outlets For 220V. On/Off Power Switch With Indicator Lamp; Wired With A 3-pin USA Plug
  • The 220V Outlet Has A USA Patented Universal Output Socket That Will Accept All Types Of Plugs except The Big South African Plug
  • Fuse Protected - 2 Spare Fuses And A Grounded European Shucko Plug Adapter Included For Use In Europe and Asia. " CE" Certified
Price: $119.99

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    Perfect for nearly any medium-sized appliance or electronics! This converter is generally used with Vacuums, Light Power Tools, TVs, Small Refrigerators, Blenders, Mixers, Food Processors, and other similar appliances that use less than approximately 2500 Watts. This converter should never be used at or near approximately 80% of its total capacity of 3000 Watts. Please consider upgrading to a 4000 Watt Converter if your appliance or electronics use around 3000 Watts. This converter is a Heavy-Duty Converter, which means it can be used non-stop for hours at a time. This converter is not small and it is also not light in weight, so please consider these factors if you plan on bringing this with you on a regular passenger airplane. We have other, smaller, lighter Travel-Sized Voltage Converters available as well, but they are not "Heavy-Duty" so they can only be used for 10-15 Minutes at a time or else they will burn out.

    Connectors:
    The Power Cord is fitted with a Standard USA Style Grounded 3-Pin Plug.

    Output Sockets:
    2 Standard USA 2-Pin or 3-Pin Output Socket.
    1 Universal Style Foreign Output Socket which accepts any shape of plug into it.
    1 "Schuko" Style 2-Round Pin Output Socket

    Heavy Duty?
    Yes, made for continuous use

    Circuit Breaker?
    Yes, Circuit Breaker built-in and will cut off the current if the transformer is overloaded to protect your appliance

    Weight?
    Approximately 34 lbs

    CAUTION: Make sure the wattage and voltage of your appliance or equipment and the wattage of the transformer is suitable for each other, and the proper input voltage is selected on the back of the transformer according to the country of use before you connect the transformer and turn it ON. Failure to follow the instructions may result in damage to the transformer and the appliance.

    Perfect for nearly any medium-sized appliance or electronics! This converter is generally used with Vacuums, Light Power Tools, TVs, Small Refrigerators, Blenders, Mixers, Food Processors, and other similar appliances that use less than approximately 2500 Watts. This converter should never be used at or near approximately 80% of its total capacity of 3000 Watts. Please consider upgrading to a 4000 Watt Converter if your appliance or electronics use around 3000 Watts. This converter is a Heavy-Duty Converter, which means it can be used non-stop for hours at a time. This converter is not small and it is also not light in weight, so please consider these factors if you plan on bringing this with you on a regular passenger airplane. We have other, smaller, lighter Travel-Sized Voltage Converters available as well, but they are not "Heavy-Duty" so they can only be used for 10-15 Minutes at a time or else they will burn out.

    Connectors:
    The Power Cord is fitted with a Standard USA Style Grounded 3-Pin Plug.

    Output Sockets:
    2 Standard USA 2-Pin or 3-Pin Output Socket.
    1 Universal Style Foreign Output Socket which accepts any shape of plug into it.
    1 "Schuko" Style 2-Round Pin Output Socket

    Heavy Duty?
    Yes, made for continuous use

    Circuit Breaker?
    Yes, Circuit Breaker built-in and will cut off the current if the transformer is overloaded to protect your appliance

    Weight?
    Approximately 34 lbs

    CAUTION: Make sure the wattage and voltage of your appliance or equipment and the wattage of the transformer is suitable for each other, and the proper input voltage is selected on the back of the transformer according to the country of use before you connect the transformer and turn it ON. Failure to follow the instructions may result in damage to the transformer and the appliance.