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Re: Challenge of Voltage/Digital standards differences between USA and Singapore

Post by x9200 » Mon, 01 Oct 2018 7:22 pm

Thanks PNGMK!

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Re: Challenge of Voltage/Digital standards differences between USA and Singapore

Post by Strong Eagle » Mon, 01 Oct 2018 9:15 pm

x9200 wrote:Thanks SE.
~120W self-freezing ice cream making machine. It's TEC (Peltier) based so no compressor/electric motor except perhaps a cooling fan to remove the heat.

Nb. I don't understand why this one:
https://sg.rs-online.com/web/p/safety-s ... s/1226711/

is so cheap. It's rated 2k2W and it is cheaper than the 750W one:
https://sg.rs-online.com/web/p/safety-s ... s/1237376/
I went over to the UK website and couldn't figure it out, either... too many models.

In any event, if you are planning to use this for a low wattage application, 120 watt, and you're not planning on standing in a puddle of water while making ice cream, then these animals are overkill and expensive.

The trick, of course, is getting a proper isolating transformer delivered in Singapore, so maybe you are on the right track.

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