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  • 200 Watt Maximum Capacity
  • Can Be Used In Most Countries
  • Step-Up Step-Down Transformer
  • The PD60 200 WATT step up/step down transformer is suited for allowing the portable sewing machines we carry to be used in countries with 220 volt power outlets. However, we do not sell 1000+ watt transformers needed for irons and similar products.
  • Do not use on any appliance that uses more 200 Watts of power. Check before you plug in or damage could occur to the transformer or your appliance.

    110V AC to 220V AC or 220V AC to 110V AC
    Heavy Duty Transformer for safety and reliability
    ON/OFF switch with indicator light
    Universal output receptacles (will accept European 2 round pin plug, North American 2 flat pin and 3 prong plug)
    Built-in (non-detachable) power cord with strain relief
    Fused Protection
    Safety polarized input switch (100V AC, 200V AC, 220V AC and 240V AC)
    Non slip rubber feet
  • Extended US Warranty: Extended Warranty Available
  • Model: ST-200 (200 Watt)
  • 200 Watt Maximum Capacity
  • One grounded outlet in front of unit.
  • Converts 220/240 Volts down to 110/120 Volts.
  • Converts 110/120 Volts up to 220/240 Volts.
  • Does not change cycles from power supply.
  • Built-In Fuse Protection in rear side of unit.
  • Durable design with a heavy-Duty Cord
  • Can be used with European outlets.
  • Dimensions and Weight:
  • 4" X 3.5" X 5.5" (HXWXD)
  • 8 lbs
  • Specifications subject to change.
  • UL Listed
How To Find Voltage And Wattage Ratings On Your Appliance
To determine the correct model voltage converter or heavy duty transformer you need, you must know the voltage and wattage requirements of your appliance. You can find this information listed on the appliance manufacturer's label located on the back or bottom of the appliance or in the specifications section of the appliance owner's manual. The label or manual will show the input voltage (100, 120, 220, 240 written as: 120 volts, 120V, 120 volts AC, or 120VAC), the wattage (100 watts or 100W), or the amperage (0.5 Amps or 0.5A or 500mA).

If only the amperage rating is shown, multiply the input voltage by the amperage rating to find the wattage rating.
Volts x Amps = Watts
or 110V x 1.5 A = 165W
This is also written as 165VA

Cycles - 50 Hz vs. 60 Hz
North American 110-120 volt electricity is generated at 60 Hz. (Cycles) Alternating Current. Most foreign 220-240 volt electricity is generated at 50 Hz. (Cycles) Alternating Current. This difference in cycles may cause the motor in your 60 Hz. North American appliance to operate slightly slower when used on 50 Hz. foreign electricity. This cycle difference will also cause analog clocks and timing circuits that use Alternating Current as a timing base to keep incorrect time. Most modern electronic equipment including battery chargers, computers, printers, stereos, tape and CD players, VCR/DVD players, etc. will not be affected by the difference in cycles.
IMPORTANT: Voltage converters and transformers do not convert cycles.