How can I  use 110Volts 50Watts Equipment in 220V Ac with  simple Good Idea method modifications?

Update:

It should not be Bulky 

Update 2:

I got 110V/220V 100Watts Transformer alredy  but it is bulky 

Update 3:

220/110 V Ac  Vice versa 

Update 4:

Equipment Kitchen Cooking  Gas leakage Detector 

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  • qrk
    Lv 7
    1 month ago
    Favourite answer

    A transformer is the safest and most foolproof method.

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    You provide NO description of your needs.

  • 1 month ago

    auto transformer, which is actually a resistance

    in series with the load.

    by the way don't post riddles if you need help / guidance

    but post clearly your doubt.

    what type of equipment you are planning to use?

    50w requires less than 0.5 amp.

    transformer can't be bigger than biscuit packet.

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  • 1 month ago

    A step down switching power supply.

    220v to 110v 70W converter.

    https://www.wish.com/product/5cd297c983aa592f1ed23...

  • Zirp
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    by hooking up two in series. They have to have the same resistance though.

    Here in Europe, 220 (or rather 230, as compromise between 240 and 220) is not comprised of four lines.  Three lines of 230 [V] AC comprise 400 [V] three-phase electrics

  • y
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    One leg, actually common in today's appliance, one of the reason we went from three to four wires.

  • GA41
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Perhaps a 110 Volt adapter that transforms 220V into 110V, (similiar to how your phone adapter changes 110AC to 12V DC.).

    220 is comprised of four lines 110,110, neutral and ground.  The two 110 lines create the 220 Voltage.  If you come off one 110 line and combine it with a neutral and a ground, you have a 110 circuit.  However, most 110 circuits use a 30 amp breaker.  So you have to make sure you have large enough wiring and a large enough breaker to handle 50 watts.

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