Teri Reindel 8.6.22
Here is a simple summary process of how to select the converter you need for a device you are trying to power.
1. Choose the Converter you need by how many WATTS of power your device needs. You’ll want a converter that can output slightly more.
2. Locate the information from the power tag on the device. See examples below.
3. Can’t find a tag? Do an internet search for the model number of the electronic device to find a product manual or specifications.
4. All KCC Scientific Converters are Universal. You select the voltage and frequency needed from the front panel.
5. Still not sure? Contact us here and we will help. www.kccscienttific.com/contact/
Examples of Power Tags:
This device needs 700 watts or more of power. Mercury is recommended since it powers devices up to 1000 watts.
This device needs 54 Watts of power. While it is a universal voltage/frequency device, the customer needed clean power. It requires the 100 Watt Thor converter, which powers devices up to 100 watts.
This turntable requires 13.5 watts of power. Also note that power is supplied by a wall adapter (DC 9V). Not all wall adapters are universal voltage/frequency and can be damaged from operating at the wrong voltage/frequency. It needs a 40 Watt Athena, which powers devices up to 40 watts.
This ceiling fan requires 60 watts of power. Our 100 Watt Thor will do the job, since it powers devices up to 100 watts.
Still not sure? Or is your device powered by a large (fractional horsepower) induction motor? Please contact us here and we will help. www.kccscienttific.com/contact/