Questions about converting 220 to 110?
Here is the electronics problem. Right now I have a
15 amp 110v refrigerant compressor
15 amp 110v heaters on the machine.
45 amps 110v. That means I have to plug this machine into three different 110v plugs on different circuits. There are cords going everywhere and the whole thing looks messy. I am sure there is a way to plug this machine into 220 volts with one cord.
The machine all together uses 45 amps 110v which is 4950 watts. I found a transformer which should do what I want it to do.
This transformer can supply up to 8000 watts from 220v. This begs the question...How many amps can I draw from 220? I believe it is 30 amps which is 6600 watts. I think this would work because the machine draws 4950 watts all together. But I need advice from the online electronics community. Will this really work?