GoHz - Go to 50Hz, 60Hz, 400Hz...

Hz, short for Hertz, is the frequency unit of AC power supplies. 1 Hz means one vibration cycle per second, 50 Hz means 50 vibration cycles per second while 60 Hz means 60 vibration cycles per second...

GoHz Inc is a manufacturers-based online shop in AC power supply industry to provide solutions for changing regular grid power frequency (50 Hz, 60 Hz), DC power source to adjustable frequency & voltage source. Solid state pure sine wave frequency converters, variable frequency drives, inverters etc. are for sale in affordable price on GoHz.com.

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Frequency Converter, also named as AC power source, is a electronic device to convert fixed frequency (50 hertz, 60 hertz), fixed voltage (110V, 120V, 208V, 220V, 230V, 240V, 380V, 400V, 440V, 480V etc) to variable frequency (50Hz/60Hz or 400 Hz adjustable) and variable voltage (adjustable) with pure sine wave output to compatible with international power system. GoHz supplies both single phase and three phase static (solid state) frequency converters, built-in step up transformer, power capacity from 500 VA to 600 kVA.

Variable Frequency Drive (VFD), also named as frequency inverter, AC drive, variable speed drive, adjustable frequency drive etc. is an energy saving device special for AC motor speed controls by changing fixed frequency (50 Hz / 60 Hz) to variable frequency to adjust the motor speed according to the loads demand. GoHz supplies low voltage single phase VFD (1/2 hp to 5 hp) and three phase VFD (1 hp to 500 hp) with low price.

What is a static (solid state) frequency converter?
Static (solid state) means no moving parts inside the frequency converter, the definition is relative to rotary frequency converter which using an induction motor to achieve variable frequency.

How to choose a Frequency Converter?
Frequency converter can help you change 60Hz to 50Hz, also can boost 110V to 220V by inner step up transformer, vice versa. Before you buying a frequency converter, it's better to understand what kinds of loads the frequency converter will be connected with.

GoHz Frequency Converter Operation Guide
GoHz frequency converter is a great solution for converting 50Hz to 60Hz among different countries, also can convert 60Hz to 50Hz power supplies. You can easy set up a converter by following this guide.

Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) Selection Guide
Variable frequency drive (VFD), also called frequency inverter, variable speed drive (VSD), adjustable frequency drive (AFD). This paper is about the basic guide of how to select a VFD.

Car Power Inverter Buying Guide
At present, there are two main types of car inverters are pure sine wave inverter and quasi-sine wave inverter on the market for sale, there are lots of things we need to pay attention when we use a car inverter.

News & FAQ

I am trying to run a European instrument in the United States. The instrument consists of a three phase turbine and a three phase pump, and two heating elements that are single phase. The turbine in the pump is designed to operate on 3-phase 380 V, 50 Hz electricity. The heating elements are wired in such a way that they utilize 220 V, 50 Hz electricity. The problem is that our power in the United States is three phase 480 V, 60 Hz. This machine was built in the 1980s and is not compatible with 60 Hz.

I have three appliances that were purchased in Africa 240V 50Hz and would like to use them in the USA 120V 60Hz power grid. They are a gas range with electric oven, freezer and two refrigerators, one double door with freezer and the other single door refrigerator. They are in storage so don't have exact wattage requirements. Can you suggest which of your frequency/voltage converters I should consider?

My wife and I purchased a new washing machine in Germany (230V 50 Hz) while we lived there and recently moved back to the US (110V 60 Hz). 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 50Hz. Would it be cheaper to purchase a new washer rather than a Hz converter to run the machine?