The various applications for Quick220 systems and voltage converters. They usually consist of charging, and or combining two 110v outlets into one 220v outlet.
It’s easy to get confused when we talk about the voltage range that a home electrical system supplies to our devices. For a long time, most people called the power from your home outlet “110 volts.” Similarly, “220 volts” was used for larger household appliances like electric ranges and clothes dryers. These designations for home [...]
One of our favorite applications for our Quick 220® systems is to make an inexpensive and portable EV charging system. If you’re a renter and can’t make modifications to your residence, or you just don’t want to pay the high prices of having a dedicated high-voltage charger installed, then keep reading. We’ll show you how [...]
Today we’ve got another great application of our voltage adapter saving someone a lot of money on electrician fees. Our customer Donnie B. lives in a New York housing co-op and when he moved in, he found a through-the-wall sleeve for an air-conditioner. For a few years, he didn’t use it, but when the time [...]
When we created a voltage converter to solve the problem of not having a free 220v or 240v outlet, we were thinking specifically of commercial contractors, among other kinds of users. If you’ve ever had a professional cleaner come to your home, or been a cleaner yourself, you know that often when the equipment is [...]