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electric fan from 220vac to 110vac

electric fan from 220vac to 110vac
« on: July 30, 2016, 12:01:18 AM »
mga master tAnung ko lang po,,, anu po ba dapat gawin sa pagconvert ng electric fan from 220vac to 110vac kc mas konti ang konsumo sa kuryente kapag 110vac lng supply... need ko po sana advise,,, thank you.

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Re: electric fan from 220vac to 110vac
« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2016, 08:13:44 AM »
Pareho lang ang konsumo (to maintain same speed).



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Re: electric fan from 220vac to 110vac
« Reply #2 on: July 30, 2016, 08:26:49 PM »
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Re: electric fan from 220vac to 110vac
« Reply #3 on: July 30, 2016, 09:14:34 PM »
Baka yan yung binabalutan ng sobre ng kape yung cord.  ;D

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Re: electric fan from 220vac to 110vac
« Reply #4 on: July 31, 2016, 04:07:34 PM »
wag mong gawin yan d kasi advisable! di magiging maganda ang performance at di makakatipid sa kuryente. palitan mo man yan ng 110volts na motor kailangan mo pa rin ng stepdown transformer. ;) ;D

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Re: electric fan from 220vac to 110vac
« Reply #5 on: November 07, 2016, 10:32:27 PM »
Divino dear, when yo plug a 220V fan to 110 V outlet, titipid ka nga pero half the speed lang ang ikot. Di lokohan lang. to get the same air flow, yhou will need two fans....so back to square one.

Power is the product of Voltage and Ampere. so, a 60 watts fan at 220V pulls in 60/220 ampere. So, if you half all the windings, magiging 110 V fan yan. To get 60 Watts ulet, kailang twice ang ampere. Remember, we pay in KWHour or based on watts. So Voltage is irrelevant.

To double the ampere, I will half the windings but will double the wires. Yung mismong inalis kong windings, ibalik ko pero parallel. So, thre yhou go dsoble ang ampere.


DON'T BOTHER DOING IT. IF YOU WANT TO SAVE BUY A SMALLER FAN PERO 220 v PA RINS....YUNG SAND FAN 50-60 WATTS. GET A DESK FAN AT 30 WATTS.

Re: electric fan from 220vac to 110vac
« Reply #6 on: December 01, 2016, 10:26:01 PM »
Nagtry ako ng electricfan ko sinaksak ko sa 110v humina ung ikot... Ginawa ko niloadan ko ng mas mataas na capacitors.. Instead of 1pc 1.5uf dinagdagan ko p ng dalawa at iyon lumakas ung ikot nya at naging kumportable nko sa pagtulog ko.. Accident ko nadiskubre ito kc nputulan kmi kuryente pagcheck ko ng outlet nmin may tag 55v na naiwan supply kaya gumawa ako ng 110 na saksakan... Umikot ng mabilis ang electric fan nun dinagdagan ko ng capacitors khit 110v supply.

Re: electric fan from 220vac to 110vac
« Reply #7 on: March 31, 2020, 03:39:42 PM »
The electric fan was one of the most important electric inventions of all time. The fan is a building block of other more advanced technologies. Fans are necessary in computers, lasers, large LED lights, petrol and electric automobiles, the space station and countless other things.

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Re: electric fan from 220vac to 110vac
« Reply #8 on: April 01, 2020, 07:53:39 PM »
Nagtry ako ng electricfan ko sinaksak ko sa 110v humina ung ikot... Ginawa ko niloadan ko ng mas mataas na capacitors.. Instead of 1pc 1.5uf dinagdagan ko p ng dalawa at iyon lumakas ung ikot nya at naging kumportable nko sa pagtulog ko.. Accident ko nadiskubre ito kc nputulan kmi kuryente pagcheck ko ng outlet nmin may tag 55v na naiwan supply kaya gumawa ako ng 110 na saksakan... Umikot ng mabilis ang electric fan nun dinagdagan ko ng capacitors khit 110v supply.

nung nagdagdag ka ng capacitor parang ginawa mo na ring running winding yung starting winding lang sana. pero kung nakuha nya yung dating lakas, ganun din sa dating 220v ang power consumption nyan.
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