5 kVA Frequency Converter, 120V 60Hz to 220V 50Hz

5 kVA static frequency converter, single phase 120V 60Hz (e.g. USA) to 220V 50Hz (e.g. UAE), built-in step up transformer, adjustable frequency and voltage, changing 120V 60Hz to 220V 50Hz in one step.
Delivery date: 6 - 12 Days

5 kVA AC power static frequency converter, converting 120V 60Hz to 220V 50Hz in one step by built-in step up transformer, also can change 220V to 120V, output frequency up to 400Hz, voltage up to 300V. This converter can be connected to computer.


Model HZ-60-1105
Capacity 5 kVA
Dimension 510*430*560mm
Weight 90 kg
Input Voltage 1 Phase 2 Wire: 110V/120V, 220V/230V/240V ± 10% (option *)
Frequency 50 Hz, 60 Hz or 400 Hz ± 5%
Output Voltage, current 110V Setting (Low grade): 0-150V, 41.6A
220V Setting 0-300V (High grade): 0-300V, 20.8A
Load stabilization Rate ≤±1%
Frequency 50Hz, 60Hz up to 400Hz adjustable
-When the output is 400Hz, the load capacity can only reach 50% of the rated capacity.
-When the output is ≤120Hz, the load capacity can reach 100% of the rated value.
-You can just adjust converter output frequency in the range (40-400Hz) for 400Hz option.
Frequency Stability ≤±0.01%
Harmonic Distortion Pure Sine Wave ≤2%
Frequency meter 4 digit, digital frequency meter, resolution 0.1Hz/Step
Voltmeter 4 digit, digital voltage meter, resolution 0.1V
Ammeter 4 digit, digital ammeter, resolution 0.1A
Watt meter 4 digit, digital Watt meter, resolution 0.1W
Protection With overload, short circuit, over temperature
Instantaneous power failure protection and alarm device
Working Environment Temperature 0 - 40 deg.℃
Humidity 0 - 90% (Non condensation)
Warranty 18 months

* The input voltage is factory selected.

Little things about 50Hz and 60Hz
Nikola Tesla built the first 3 phase, alternating current (AC), generator system to power the lighting for the 1893 Columbian Exposition in the US to commemorate the discovery of the New World by Columbus in 1492. It was a 60 cycle system. It was so successful that 60 Hertz became the standard in the US and now North America. European competition investigated alternatives and found that below 50 cycles, one could perceive the fluctuations in an incandescent light bulb. That prompted Europe to standardize on 50 Hertz. India has 50 Hz because the UK adopted 50 Hz as their standard.

60Hz systems usually use 120V or thereabouts for the domestic power supply, while 50Hz systems tend to use 220V etc. This has the impact that house wiring needs to be twice the cross section for the 120V system for the same power. However the optimum system is accepted as around 220V (wire size and power required versus safety). In most of the US the 120V system is in tandem with the 240V US system that provides for the higher powered appliances like stoves and clothes dryers, while 120V does wall outlets and lights.

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Hello, we should know the detailed specs of the refrigerator before choosing the right frequency converter for you, it's better to contact us by email/phone.
By GoHz.com on 11/08, 2020
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is ok for aaa-3.
hy we have yacht us power presently to antibes Frances we need change 2 frigerator
presently in 110 v 60 hz

for 2 frigerator. 220 v 50hz

what is best  model for me

By Martin on 10/08, 2020
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Cell phone and laptop computer
Hello, generally cell phone and laptop computer are compatible with both 50Hz and 60Hz, you just need a transformer to convert the voltage.
By GoHz.com on 10/07, 2018
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Convert 220/240v 50Hz to 110/120v 60Hz
I'll be traveling from the US to Amsterdam and Ireland. I understand that I'll need a transformer/converter to convert the 220/240v voltage supply in those countries to 110/120 volts for my electrical equipment. I assume a transformer converts 240 volts at 50 Hz to 120 volts at 50 Hz (vs. 120 volts at 60 Hz).  Since the output frequency of the transformer is 50 Hz will that harm the electrical equipment being used? (Primarily I'll be using the transformer to recharge a cell phone or laptop computer.)
By Tracey on 10/07, 2018
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Converter from 110V 60 Hz to 220V 50Hz
Yes, you can just get a GoHz converter to do the conversion, from 120v 60Hz (US) to 220v 50Hz (Italy) to make all of your appliances work at the best condition. Please contact GoHz sales engineer for more details.
By GoHz.com on 18/08, 2017
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Converter from 110V 60 Hz to 220V 50Hz
Hi, I moved from Italy with my family and all my wonderful stuff we had at home. Many of them are very expensive like hifi component and kitchen appliance as from Gaggenau. I am wondering if your converter will me the chance to use part of them in good way especially the hifi components ( Classe Audio a/v processor , Jeff Roland amplifiers , Stewart screen and others) . I hope so...I don't want to buy new one for all of them. Thanks a lot
By Gaudenzio on 14/08, 2017
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60Hz to 50Hz
You can take GoHz frequency converter to do the 60Hz to 50Hz power conversion, but we think it's too expensive to your appliances, maybe better to buy new appliances instead of changing the frequency.
By GoHz.com on 28/06, 2017
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60Hz to 50Hz
We moved to Saudi Arabia a year ago for employment. While there we bought the following appliances brand new from Samsung: Dishwasher, Washing Machine and fridge. We then moved back to UK few months ago and brought all these appliances back with us thinking that since the voltage is the same they should work. We then realized that the power frequency in Saudi Arabia is 60Hz and all these appliances are rated for 60 Hz only while the power frequency in the UK is 50 Hz. We realized it's unsafe to run these appliances on 50Hz. So now we don't know what to do with these appliances (chuck them? destroy them? sell them for parts? ...etc.) Then I came across your site while researching online and realized that we may be able to use a frequency converter to power them up.
So I wonder would you have anything suitable for us?
I believe what we need is a 50 Hz to 60 Hz frequency converter where input and output voltages are the same at around 220volts.
I appreciate your help.
By Colin on 28/06, 2017
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