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 220V outlet to 110V in the Philippines?

Answer This is a lousy idea....buy an adapter for 110 volt..they are not expensive. A copper rod is going to cost more than an adapter, and you are gauging your ideas on American use of power, not Philipp... Read More »
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Can you plug a 220V lamp into a 110V outlet?

A higher voltage incandescent (not transformer powered) lamp will work on a lower voltage system but, as has been mentioned in the answer below, it won't be as bright. Often 130 Volt lamps are use... Read More »
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Differences Between 220V and 110V?

Electrical current is delivered to homes as 120 volts. Each home has two lines delivering current from the local transformer, and one returning it to the transformer. The two 120-volt lines that de... Read More »
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Are gas dryers 110v or 220v?

While most electric dryers are 240 volts, gas dryers are 120 volts. Instead of strictly using electricity to heat up the coils to dry the clothes like electric dryers, a gas dryer uses the gas to ... Read More »
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How do you convert 220V 50 Hz to 110V 60 Hz?

Converting the voltage isn't a problem, but converting the frequency could require some additional support electronics. To convert 220 volts to 110 volts, all you need is a transformer with a 220 ... Read More »
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