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Can I get exact 110vac in anyway?

Discussion in 'General Electronics Discussion' started by Azee, Aug 22, 2012.

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  1. Azee


    Aug 20, 2012
    First of all THANKS A LOT to all those who helped me by replyig to my earlier posts.

    Hello Everyone,
    I have 220v supply in my area with a voltage fluctuations.
    I want to run 5 amp, 110vac 60hz weighing machine on it with a 220v to 110v inverter that doesn't survives voltage fluctuations.
    What inverter, converter, ups, backup power supply tool i need to use that never goes to 109vac or 111vac & stables at 110vac?
    Is there anything manufactured or available on market that can HOLD & GRIP 110vac for me from 220vac fluctuated power supply?
    Awaiting reply.
  2. Harald Kapp

    Harald Kapp Moderator Moderator

    Nov 17, 2011
    From my point of view this is an unreasonable request.
    While something like this can possibly be built, it is most probably not worth the effort. +-10% voltage toelarance/fluctuations is normal and any not entirely exotic equipment should be able to deal with this.
    Even a network UPS has a tolerance , e.g. this one has 5%.

    Why not use a "simple" transformer( o.k., at 550 VA it is going to be a big one)?
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