Transformers

Transformer Box TypeAccording to the Business Dictionary, a transformer is a device that converts an alternating (A/C) current of a certain voltage to an alternating current of different voltage, without change of frequency, by electromagnetic induction. A ‘step up’ transformer receives a low voltage and converts into a higher voltage, and a ‘step down’ transformer does just the reverse.

Meiji transformers allow you to use your 110V of appliance bought or sent from abroad to our usual working voltage of 220V-240V.

Meiji Transformers have the portable type from 50w-750w with plastic handles. Also, it has a fuse as a protective device for over voltage. This will be the initial warning as it blows to inform you or the user that the ampere rating being used is more than the allowable. It also protects your appliance against short circuits and other dangerous faults to avoid accidents like fire. We also have a convenient switch for easier turn-on and shut-off without the need of pulling the plug from your wall outlet.

Also, we have a new feature dual output voltage (100V and 110V) to cater to countries using these voltages (i.e. Japan, etc). All our outlets are also uniquely round to flat (universal) with ground. These features together with our affordable prices make us a leading brand in the stores.

Transformers 50-100WWe have the box type for the higher rated transformers. We call it ST series. It has similar features except our outlets here are all universal (3: 110, 1:100) with sturdier handles. An added safety feature of a circuit breaker is included that would trip to protect your appliance in case of a short circuit and a fuse that will blow when over voltage occur.

You cannot go wrong with Meiji Transformers!

Available wattages:

50w

75w

100w

125w

150w

Transformers 250-500W250w

350w

500w

750w

1,000w

1,500w

2,000w

3,000w

4,000w

5,000w

10,000w

14 Responses to “Transformers”

  1. Ed says:

    What wattage of step down transformer will be sufficient for a 20W 110V guitar amplifier, and how much will it cost (Either your 100W or 75W model, probably) ? Also, at what stores are your products available? I live in the Las Piñas Area. Thanks!

    • John says:

      Hi Ed,

      Both wattage (75 and 100) will do, but to be safer, 100 watts would be a good choice!
      I’ll email the price and other details of your query.

      Thanks!

  2. haidee says:

    i just bought my 325 watt kitchen aid cake mixer from the u.s what kind of transformer best suitable for my mixer

    • John says:

      Hi Haidee,

      For your equipment, I assume it is motor-operated, I suggest to use a 1000 KVA step-down transformer. An allowance would be a great help for its safety.

      thanks!

  3. Juan says:

    i bought an amplifier with 24 W and 100 V. i just wanted to know what transformer i should buy and how much it will be. thanks!

  4. don marren says:

    we have a 500w speakers came from u.s which is 110 i guess what transformer do i need sir?

    • John says:

      Hi Don,

      We advise you to use Meiji 750W step-down transformer. An allowance will be a good help in preventing the transformer from overload.

      thanks!

  5. ROn says:

    Im looking for a 1500 watts transformer for my machine.

    • John says:

      Hi Ron,

      What machine are you planning to associate with Meiji 1500W Transformer? Our products are available on selected ACE Hardware nationwide.
      Where are you located anyway?

      thanks!

  6. Erwin says:

    Do you have step-up transformers? 3kva input: 230v-600v
    power rating: 3kva

  7. Dom says:

    I bought a blender of 1100 watts 110v system. What transformer do I need to use?

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