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I use mine with a Nuwave Pro Induction cooktop, and it works fine.
By JC on 08 September 2014
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It depends on what you mean by "continuous". If you mean 7 days a week and 24 hours a day then no AC Voltage Transformer is really designed to perform like that. If you just plan to use something for hours at a time the solution is to get a transformer with a maximum significantly larger than the load. the ratings on t… see more It depends on what you mean by "continuous". If you mean 7 days a week and 24 hours a day then no AC Voltage Transformer is really designed to perform like that. If you just plan to use something for hours at a time the solution is to get a transformer with a maximum significantly larger than the load. the ratings on these transformers are absolute maximums. If you get one two or three times larger than the load it will run for long periods of time and be under no strain. see less
By BestStuff UK on 30 July 2015 SELLER
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you plug the transformer to your 240v socket then plug what ever it is you want to step down in the 110v output
By Nicholas D Laudat on 03 July 2015
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I'm not sure of the "(60-50HZ) but I've used this with a US skill saw, belt sander, shop vac, and new flush cut saw and they've all worked fine.
By M. Goold on 05 September 2014
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We really need more information to answer this question. Please contact us directly. If the "appliance transformer" is a AC/DC transformer then that is something entirely different and it depends upon the input requirement.
By BestStuff UK on 09 June 2015 SELLER
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Yes, but buy in the USA, they are way cheaper there! Good luck!
By Judith A Duhn on 24 January 2016
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I have only used for transferring USA to Uk. But it should work as it is a step and step down transformer
By Patricia Wright on 24 January 2016
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No - there is a setting on the back for the input either 240V, 220V, 200V or 110V you can select the desired input by using the peg provided. The front output socket is either 220V or 110V. So in my case i have selected 240V on the back and use the 110V output on the front. I did tape off the 220V port so that i cou… see more No - there is a setting on the back for the input either 240V, 220V, 200V or 110V you can select the desired input by using the peg provided. The front output socket is either 220V or 110V. So in my case i have selected 240V on the back and use the 110V output on the front. I did tape off the 220V port so that i could not use it accidentally. Works great - well worth the money. see less
By Victoria Shelley on 08 December 2014
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Yes, the round pin is the earth on a US three pin plug. With a US two pin plug the larger of the two holes is the polarized pin hole.
By BestStuff UK on 28 July 2015 SELLER
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Hi Jill,
With reference to your question regarding the step down transformer, its good news. ..As the transformer has a 3000 watt rating and the load you wish to apply is 1150 watts, you're well inside the operating limits of the transformer.
Feel free to email me directly should you wish to discuss further....Best r… see more
Hi Jill,
With reference to your question regarding the step down transformer, its good news. ..As the transformer has a 3000 watt rating and the load you wish to apply is 1150 watts, you're well inside the operating limits of the transformer.
Feel free to email me directly should you wish to discuss further....Best regards Graham. see less

By Graham C. on 11 August 2014