|Membership:||On ECPlaza since 2016|
|Business Type:||Manufacturer, Distributor|
|Location:||California, United States|
|Product Category:||Inverters & Converters|
|Main Item / Product:||step up voltage converter, step down voltage converter, travel voltage converter|
|Keywords:||Step Up Voltage Converter, Step Down Voltage Converter, Travel Voltage Converter|
|Main Target Region:||World Wide|
|Representative / CEO's Name:||Michael Xu|
|Employees Total:||100 to 249|
|Annual Revenue:||More than US$1,000,000|
|Annual Export Rate:||50%|
Voltage Converter Company is a leader among voltage converter manufacturer. Our main focus is creating the highest quality products. Voltage Converter Company is an United States voltage converter maker located in Los Angeles. Our company concentrates on voltage converter design and voltage converter manufacture. The main products are 110v to 220v voltage converter, 220v to 110v voltage converter, step up voltage converter, step down voltage converter(220V/230V/24V to 100V/110V/120V) and so on.
Some electrical devices such as hairdryers (as opposed to "electronic" devices such as iPods) won't come with the internal voltage converter. So if that's what you're looking to use, you might still need to bring a voltage converter. Just be sure to get one that can handle the amount of voltage your device requires, otherwise you'll burn out your converter (and possibly blow a fuse in the process). You should check the back of all your devices to see if the voltage rating is printed or embossed as "100V-240V". If so, then don't worry, simply connect the power plug to a socket (with your plug adapter, of course).
A voltage converter is an electric power conversion device which is used to change the electrical output of a power source. The most common use for these converters is to change the voltage from 220 volts down to 110 volts, or from 110 volts up to 220 volts. When an electronic device, appliance or power tool was built for a specific voltage which is not available, the only way the device can be used is by converting the power up or down to the correct level. The need for a voltage converter often arises for people who travel abroad or take overseas vacations and bring electronics along with them.
I have read many points through the internet and reviewed information on the website for the company from which we purchase plug converter for all our overseas travels, but I would like to be absolutely sure that I purchase the correct plug converter for our first trip to Ireland later this month. I have been told that all of the electrical outlets in Ireland use the "England-type," 3-rectangular-prong (one vertical on top, two smaller horizontal on bottom) plugs. Is this the correct universal converter? If so, I think this second converter would also work specifically for US travelers in Ireland. If I were to need to plug something in that doesn't have a grounded plug, would this converter work.