2000 WATT HEAVY-DUTY VOLTAGE CONVERTER
This converter is perfect for most motorized appliances and electronics. There is no way to write every item that can or cannot work with this converter here on this page. The only sure way to know if your appliance is compatible with this converter is to check how powerful your appliance is. Every appliance and electronic item has a small Label on it filled with information about that item. Please look for this label on the back or underneath your item and read how many Watts or Amps it says that item uses. Please note that some items need a bigger "buffer zone" because they tend to spike in power. If your item needs 2000 Watts, then this converter is NOT good for that item because the required wattage of your item is too close to the Maximum wattage of this converter. This converter is ok to use with many items that require LESS than approximately 1500 Watts.
We do not recommend using this converter past approximately 80% of its maximum capacity of 2000. For example, most LCD/LED Televisions state that they require 300 watts to operate. But when the TV is turned on and before the picture comes up on the screen, there is always a brief power spike. Therefore, for Televisions, we recommend choosing a converter that is at least 2 times higher than what the stated operating wattage is. So for a 300 Watt TV, we would recommend a 750 Watt converter. It is always safer to have MORE than what you require, than to not have enough. If you use this converter at its maximum capacity for a prolonged period, it will eventually burnout.
Please note transformers are to be used with caution in any case. Keep away from moisture areas and children. We assume no responsibility for misused transformers. We can always recommend a certain size and model for any appliance or electronic that you have. Please contact us if you have any questions.
CAUTION: Make sure the wattage and voltage of your appliance or equipment and the wattage of the transformer is suitable for each other, and the proper input voltage is selected on the back of the transformer according to the country of use before you connect the transformer and turn it ON. Failure to follow the instructions may result in damage to the transformer and the appliance.