Situation: A 220 volt air conditioner in a New York co-op with no 220 volt outlet to power it.
Solution: Donnie used a Quick 220 Voltage Converter to create a 220 volt outlet for the air conditioner. We thank him for sharing his experience.
Situation: Charging a Tesla electric vehicle with 120 volts when away from home is very slow if a 240 volt outlet is not available.
Solution: Eric uses the 240 volt output of the Quick 220 Power Supply to get 3 fold faster charge when he is away from his home charging station.
Situation: Mobile services using Hypervac equipment need 220-240 volts. Many homes don't have 220-240V outlets available.
Solution: Hypervac, the leading maker of duct cleaning equipment, selected Quick 220 Systems to power the 220-240V Revolution Hybrid series where there is no 220-240V outlet.
Situation: Charging EV's with 110/120V is slow. Owners sometimes can't install a charge station or there is no 220/240V outlet available, but still need a faster charge.
Solution: Nissan Leaf owner Curran cuts his charge time 3-fold by using a Quick 220 system in conjunction with the EVSE Upgrade modification to the charging cable.
Please call us for assistance selecting the correct model.
Some of the newer models that use capacitors to store electricity may have current demands within the limits of the Quick 220 Power Supply. Most older welders require too many amperes, except for smallest jobs. Call for more information.
The Quick 220 works well with the high efficiency dryers. Examples of these are LG (DLEC855), Danby (DWD5505W), Asko, Maytag (MDE2400A), Bosch (Axxis), Eurotech (EDC158), Simplicity, Breeze, Supra, and similar models which require 9 to 15 amperes at 220/240 volts. The ampere ratings (A) are on the rating plate which is usually found inside the dryer door. For these dryers, use model A220-15D. You will also need a special appliance cord (CORD104.) Call us at 800-347-0394 and we will help you.
Traditional U.S. dryers, such as the standard GEs, Maytags, Kenmores, Whirlpools and Hotpoints require 20 to 30 amperes, which is above the capacity of the household circuits supplying the Quick 220 system. We cannot help with these models.
Require too many amperes, except for very small units.