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Old 12-14-2012, 03:07 PM   #11
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Also, there surely must be a company in the US building something of that kettles equivalent. Anyone seen one? I'm really interested because that thing has an internal thermostat which could make building an auto system loads cheaper than the whole REMS setup.


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Also, there surely must be a company in the US building something of that kettles equivalent. Anyone seen one? I'm really interested because that thing has an internal thermostat which could make building an auto system loads cheaper than the whole REMS setup.
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I know about the plugs. You can buy and international adapter kit from Radio Shack for like $5 to remedy that. The voltage is where I get lost. Considering they make these and there's a market for them I'm assuming you can use electronics rated 110V on a 220V system?
No sir you most certainly cannot. I am sure that an international adapter kit would work fine though, as it must convert voltage and plug style in order to work. Just make sure the adapter is rated for that high of wattage....
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I know about the plugs. You can buy and international adapter kit from Radio Shack for like $5 to remedy that. The voltage is where I get lost. Considering they make these and there's a market for them I'm assuming you can use electronics rated 110V on a 220V system?
You need a step down transformer. It will convert plug type and voltage. Gotta watch for frequency though. Pretty sure the UK is 60hz over here its 50hz. That might overheat/burn the pot out.

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It's 60hz in the US and he'd actually need a step-UP converter to up the voltage. Just sayin'


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