A Voltage Converter from Quick220 Systems’ line of voltage converters.
In most of North America, power comes from your outlets at a nominal voltage around 120 volts. That’s great for things like lamps, computers, televisions, and your cell phone charger. But what about for a charger that’s a little bigger? Say, one for your Tesla or Nissan Leaf? The 120 volts that you’re accustomed to [...]
Have you ever needed to hook up your industrial equipment at a customer’s house or needed to plug in a new welder? Have you been on the road with your electric vehicle and needed a better way to top up your batteries than with the slow charge you get from a typical outlet? If you've [...]
How often have you been at the job site or in the shop and had nowhere to plug in a newer welder or another specialty piece of equipment? Have you ever needed to hook up industrial equipment at a customer’s house but all they've had is the standard 120 volt outlets? If you've ever needed [...]
A voltage converter is a small device that switches from one voltage level to another. For example, you can find them to convert from 110 volts to 220 volts. There are some countries that run on 110 and some that run on 220 so if you need to use electronics or appliances that use 110 [...]
When it comes down to electrical terminologies, many people prefer to not indulge but rather leave it to the experts. However, nothing is as fulfilling as understanding the basics and especially being able to relate whenever a service provider is taking you through product descriptions. This way not only do you maximize your return on [...]
There are very few home owners who will be thinking of changing the wiring in their homes. This is due to the fact that reasons for tinkering with electrical wiring systems in the house are very rare, and when it does happen that some electrical wiring work is required, most home owners usually seek the [...]