10 kVA 110V/220V single phase 60Hz to 50Hz frequency converter, solid state, pure sine wave output, change 110V 60Hz to 220V 50Hz by a single step up converter, make different appliances work better between 60/50 Hz power systems.
Delivery date: 6 - 12 days
10 kVA single phase pure sine wave frequency converter, change single phase 110V 60Hz to 220V 50Hz (vice versa) easily by a single step up converter, output frequency up to 400Hz.
||1 Phase 2 Wire: 110V/120V, 220V/230V/240V ± 10% (option *)
||50 Hz, 60 Hz or 400 Hz ± 5%
||110V Setting (Low grade): 0-150V, 83.2A
|220V Setting 0-300V (High grade): 0-300V, 41.6A
|Load stabilization Rate
||50Hz, 60Hz up to 400Hz adjustable
||Pure Sine Wave ≤2%
||4 digit, digital frequency meter, resolution 0.1Hz/Step
||4 digit, digital voltage meter, resolution 0.1V
||4 digit, digital ammeter, resolution 0.1A
||4 digit, digital Watt meter, resolution 0.1W
||With overload, short circuit, over temperature
|Instantaneous power failure protection and alarm device
||0 - 40 deg.℃
||0 - 90% (Non condensation)
* The input voltage is factory selected.
Tips: Can a 60 Hertz motor run on 50 Hertz frequency?
Systems are different on 50 Hertz & 60 Hertz while designing the system we need to be careful, whether it needs to be operated on 60 Hz system or 50 Hz system. 60Hz systems usually use 120V or thereabouts for the domestic power supply, while 50Hz systems tend to use 220V etc.
When frequency is increased voltage has got reduced
v=Vp Sin (2*pi*f*t)
If f is increase than sin value will be less, voltage will be reduced. So due to this factor 60 Hz motor may not run on 50 Hz system because of its voltage parameter and sine angle. If we design the system with vary of voltage and frequency than it may work. But bying using this pure sine wave 10 kVA frequency converter, your motor can definitely run on 50Hz or 60Hz frequency.
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Is there a company that would make a device for my needs?
Wife and I purchased a new washing machine in Germany while we lived there and recently moved back to the US. We received our new washer in our crate shipped from Germany and I purchased a power converter. Problem is the Hz in incorrect and the washer does not operate correctly due to the onboard computer needing 50 Hz. Would it be cheaper to purchase a new washer rather than an Hz converter to run the machine? It is a washing machine and the panel on the back says 230v/50Hz 2200 watt max output. Any help you can give is greatly appreciated. I purchased a 5000 watt transformer and the rest of our shipped German devices work perfectly on it. I ran a microwave and a toaster at the same time so I know the voltage is good. But not the frequency.
on 06/07, 2017
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