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Instant 230 Volt Power
Almost Anywhere
Instant 230V in your own home - NO Wiring!
"Gotta Love that Amber Light"
EASY! Plugs into two different, out of
phaze, independent
120V Circuits
Easy to use!
Now Only:  $199
Instant 230 Volt Converter!
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What this is:
This device allows you to run a 230 Volt Vapor Rino off of two household 115V outlets. This Instant 230V Power Supply allows you to create 220/240V by combining two ordinary household (non GFI) outlets on independent circuits. This allows you to run the 230V Vapor Rino in your home without having to install a special outlet or buy a generator.  Instant Power when you need it. Access to 230V volt power is made easy, fast and safe without the heat and weight of an expensive step-up transformer. More information below. Read the FAQ tab for limitations.
Step 1
Check your 110/120 volt outlet with the tester supplied to make sure the outlet is wired correctly and does not have a ground fault interrupter (GFI) in the circuit.





Step 2
Plug one of the instant 220 power supply's cords into a 110/120 volt outlet' If you use extension cords use only 10/3 heavy gauge cords. You can find them on Amazon.com or at your local hardware store.





Step 3
Plug the other power cord into a different outlet. Use an extension cord of appropriate length, as necessary. The two outlets will be farther from each other than shown in the picture. This is just an example picture. You want two outlets that are on different circuits. Step 4 (Amber light) will confirm when you get it right.



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Step 4

The amber lamp on the front cover will light when connection is made to an outlet on an independent circuit. If the Amber lamp doesn't light, try different outlets until it does. Technically, an independent circuit is one that is 180 degrees out of phase with the first. In practice, Quick 220 systems automatically test for this. No special knowledge or action is required
by the user.


Step 5
Plug equipment into the
220/240 volt outlet.
Begin use.

"For The Love of Amber"
Operation Guide Overview
It's All about that Beautiful Amber Light
Makin' it O' so Easy!
Read the complete instruction and safety information supplied with this instant 220 power supply before use.
What this is:
This device allows you to run a 230 Volt Vapor Rino off of two
household 115V outlets. This Instant 230V Power Supply allows you to
create 220/240V by combining two ordinary household (non GFI) outlets
on independent circuit. This allows you to run the 230V Vapor Rino in
your home without having to install a special outlet or buy a generator. 
Instant Power when you need it. Access to 230V volt power is made
easy, fast and safe without the heat and weight of an expensive large
generator. More information below.

How it works:
This instant 220 Power Supply uses two outlets (120 V) from two
different circuits that are out of phase and not controlled by ground fault
interrupters (GFI's). The Quick 220 Power Supply has built in circuitry to
test for the out of phase circuits. When you are plugged in right, an
amber light will illuminate letting you know you are ready to go. A
separate, included tester is supplied to check the outlet for a GFI. Most
buildings have numerous outlets that meet these two requirements.


What can I use it for?
Works great with out 230 Volt Vapor Rino Steam Cleaners. Other
Applications include technical equipment, computer servers, power
tools, international appliances, air conditioners, air compressors, and
exercise equipment.


More:
These converters can deliver 220 and 240 volts at up to 15 amperes
or a total of 3600 watts (depending upon voltage 'in') from your existing
110-120 volt standard outlets. No longer do you need to search for an
accessible 230 volt outlet when traveling with your electric vehicle
charger or portable professional equipment, or pay an electrician
hundreds of dollars to have one professionally installed in your home.
Now, you can have 220 volt power when and where you want it and
without costly permanent installations.

Our instant 220 voltage converters make it simple and convenient
to power a Vapor Rino steam cleaner, air conditioners, computer
servers, technical equipment, air compressors, or any other 220-240 volt
device without the hassle of having to relocate it near an existing 220
volt line. If you’re using a portable device like professional cleaning
equipment, welders, or electric vehicle chargers, you know that not
every place you visit has a free 230 volt outlet. Using our voltage
converters, you can power all of the mobile equipment you need for your
business.

Best of all, there is no bulky box taking up space. These 220 voltage
converters are small, portable, and light weight. Each adapter unit
measures 6.5in x 5in x 3in and weighs less than 4 pounds so it can be
tucked out of the way near the device you are powering or packed up
and taken to the job site with your equipment or on the road with you as
part of a mobile charging setup for your electric vehicle.


What you Need to Know Before you Buy...
This system works great with a 230V Vapor Rino. That said, if you are
going to use this 230V converter to power one of our Vapor Rino Steam
Cleaning systems there are few things you should be aware of.

1) Extension Cords: When using extension cords use the
RIGHT SIZE. Use heavy duty, 10-3 AWG extension cords (or
heavier) with 3 prongs. This would be for the cords used to plug
into the two 120volt outlets to provide power to the instant 230V
converter. For the 230V output side, if an extension cord is used it
should also be 10/3 or heavier.

2) Maximum Power - Don't Share: The 230V Rino's run close to
maximum wattage with a Vapor Rino. When plugging in your
converter be sure ALL OTHER ITEMS on those same circuits are
turned off. You will need all the available power from both 15
amp, 115V outlets to run this machine.  Having other appliances
turned on will take power away from this system and may cause
you to trip a breaker. Turn off or unplug all items in that part of the
home that on the same circuit before using this system.

3) Non GFI Outlets Only: You cannot plug this converter into a
GFI outlet. Most of the time you can identify these outlets by the
'reset' and 'test' buttons on the outlet itself. You will most often
find these GFI outlets in a kitchen or bathroom. The converter will
not work off of a GFI outlet. Just plug it into standard 15 or 20
amp outlets. You can use the INCLUDED tester to see if an
outlet is GFI or not.

4) Cycle Time - Rest: When running full power it is
recommended to "rest" the converter from time to time. See
specifications for more information.  Full power at 80% on, 20%
off (time), 3 hr. max. It may be a good idea to turn off your
machine for 10 minutes after every 60 to 90 minutes or so to let
the converter rest. Also, keep your converter out of direct sun light 
and never cover or enclose the converter. This will avoid
overheating.

5) Low Voltage Location: If your location has low voltage
coming into the home it is possible that this system may be under
powered for use with a Vapor Rino. Voltages below 105V and
possibly 110V may have issues. This is not definite, but is
possible.  You can buy a cheap voltage tester to see what your
outlets are putting out. Anything over 115 Volts is great.
If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call.

Editors Notes: I love this instant 230V converter! It allows me to use my
230V Rino at home anytime I want. After about a year of using it both at
home and in the warehouse we have found this to be a powerful tool
and a must have. If mine ever does wear out, I will positively buy
another one! It is worth every penny. My Rino heats up fast and keeps
on chugging at full steam with this converter. This system really has
made my life easier in this area.

Diversity: This unit also has many uses. About 3 years ago I purchased
a welder. I did not have a 230V outlet so I settled for a 120V version. It
works okay, but its under powered. If I had known about this converter I
would have purchased the more powerful machine. If you need instant
access to 220/230/240 volts this could be the answer you are looking
for. This system is great for running a variety of 220V equipment.  You
can of course buy a generator or installing an outlet at your location but
this system is a great way to get the results you want, fast. Even if you
do get a generator or install an outlet, this unit gives you the freedom to
take your Rino almost anywhere. The bottom line, I give this amazing
little converter top rating. All the thumbs up and gold stars I can find, go
to this great little device.
220 Volt Converter
Specification's
Input Voltage and Amperage:

108 to 125 Volts AC, 60 HZ, non-GFI circuits, two circuits,
out of phase
Model A220-15D: Two 72 inch power cords, 15 amperes
maximum each line, NEMA 5-15 plugs



Output Voltage:

Single Phase Input: 216 to 250 Volts AC (2 times input
voltage)
Three Phase Input:187 to 216 Volts AC (1.732 times input
voltage)



Output Amperage:

Model A220-15D: 12A max. continuous; 15A max. at 80% on,
20% off (time), 3 hr. max. cycle



Output Power - Typical - Calculated from amperes
drawn by equipment:

Model A220-15: 3450 watts at 230 volts, 3600 watts at
240 volts, 16,500 watts peak, typical at 230 volts.
Model A220-20 (all): 4600 watts at 230 volts, 4800 watts at 240
volts; 22,000 watts peak, typical at 230 volts.



Output Receptacle:

Model A220-15D - straight blade, double outlet, NEMA 6-15R



Power Consumption:

8 watts, plus equipment connected



Size:

Approximately 6-3/4 inches x 5 inches x 3 inches

Weight:

A220-15D - 3.1 pounds; A220-20 (all) - 3.8 pounds



Environment:

35 to 95 degrees F, 85% relative humidity, max., non-
condensing.
No explosive gases, dust or other materials.
Use only 10/3 wire (10 Gauge) extension cords
Dry. Keep from water, oils or other liquids.
Avoid excessive dust.



Limited Warranty:

One year, see enclosed warranty for full text.
U.S. Patent Number 5,977,658
Assembled in USA
Specifications may change due to product and material
improvements.
I Want it! What do I NEED TO KNOW first?
This system works great with a 230V Vapor Rino. That said, if you are going to use this 230V converter to power one of our Vapor Rino Steam Cleaning systems there are few things you should be aware of.

1) When using extension cords use the RIGHT SIZE. Use heavy duty, 10-3 AWG extension cords with 3 prongs.

2) The 230V Rino's run close to maximum wattage. When plugging in your converter be sure ALL OTHER ITEMS in the home, on those same circuits are turned off. You will need all the available power from both 15 amp, 115V outlets to run this machine. Having other appliances turned on will take power away from this system and may cause you to trip a breaker. Turn off or unplug all items in that part of the home, on the same circuit before using this system.

3) You cannot plug this converter into a GFI outlet. Most of the time you can identify these outlets by the 'reset' and 'test' buttons on the outlet itself. You will most often find these GFI's in a kitchen or bathroom. The converter will not work off of a GFI outlet. Just plug it into a standard 15 or 20amp outlet. You can use the INCLUDED tester to see if an outlet is GFI or not.

4) When running full power it is recommended to "rest" the converter from time to time. See specifications for more information. Full power at 80% on, 20% off (time), 3 hr. max. It may be a good idea to turn off your machine for 10 minutes after every 60 to 120 minutes or so to let the converter rest. Also, keep your converter out of direct sun light and never cover or enclose the converter. This will avoid overheating.

5) If your location has low voltage coming into the home it is possible that this system may be under powered for use with a Vapor Rino. Voltages below 110V may have issues. This is not definite, but possible. You can buy a cheap voltage tester to see what your outlets are putting out. Anything over 115 Volts is great.
If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call.
How does the 220 Volt Power Supply work?
How does the Quick 220 Power Supply work?

The 220 Power Supply technically uses the fact that 220 / 240 volts AC is supplied to most facilities. The 220 / 240 volts is divided into 110/120 volt circuits for distribution within the building. Using standard 110 / 120 volt outlets and the Quick 220, the user can quickly identify and connect to the separated 110 / 120 volt halves of the original 220 / 240, restoring the 220/240 volt AC option without adding new electrical circuits or wiring to the building.
How do I use this 220V Power Supply?
SEE :HOW TO SETUP TAB FOR DETAILS. Overview: First, connect one of the 220 Power Supply cords to a standard 110 / 120 volt outlet.

Next, connect the second power cord from the Quick 220 Power Supply to an independent 110 / 120 volt outlet, using an extension cord if necessary. The "220-240 VOLTS" Amber lamp will illuminate when you have the right outlet; if it doesn't illuminate, try a different outlet. Use only 10/3 heavy extension cords.

220 / 240 volts is now available at the "220-240 VOLTS" outlet on the Quick 220 Power Supply. Plug in your 220 / 240 volt equipment and use it.
Waht do you mean by "independent 110/120 volt outlets?
Technically, the AC voltage of the two outlets are 180 degrees out of phase. Practically, you find the independent outlet by moving the second power cord to different outlets until the amber light on the front panel goes on. About half the outlets in a building will be "independent" of the other half.
What size extension cords should I use?
Use heavy duty, 10-3 AWG extension cords (or heavier) with 3 prong plugs for use with the Vapor Rino. These are available at most hardware and home centers or on Amazon.com
How much power can I draw from this converter?
This 220 Power Supply will furnish 15 amperes. If your equipment is rated in watts, 15 amperes at 230 volts is the same as 3450 watts.
For the 15 ampere (3450 watt) systems, momentary loads of 75 amperes or 16,500 watts can be supported. Momentary loads are often encountered when starting motors or when powering up electronic equipment.
One cannot draw more current (amperes) from the wall outlet than its circuit breaker or fuse rating. TURN OFF All other appliances, and electrical devices that are running on the same two circuits you are plugging into.
This includes the current required by your 220/240 volt load plus any 110/120 volt item which may share the same circuit: lamps, stereos, hair dryers, etc. It may be necessary to disconnect the lamps, stereos, hair dryers, etc., if you trip a circuit breaker you will need to reset it and check to make sure all other items are off on that set of lines.
Safety?
To protect people and equipment, the Quick 220 Power Supply's automatic safety interlock blocks all power to the 220/240 volt outlet until electrical connections are complete and correct. Should one of the cords become disconnected or loose power, all powered connections to the 220/240 volt outlet are immediately and simultaneously disconnected, including the exposed power cord.

Internal test circuits are employed to assure wiring, polarity, and output voltage are correct. Safety circuits can be checked by listening to the Quick 220 Power Supply at the time it is connected to 110/120 volt power; it will click if safety circuits are operating.

The Quick 220 power Supply conforms to the safety requirements of UL Standard 1012. It has been independently tested to this UL Standard by Intertek and has earned the right to bear the Intertek Listed Mark. Intertek is a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL), recognized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for this testing.
How big is it?
About 6.5 inches wide by 5 inches deep by 3 inches high. It weighs less than 4 pounds.
What is meant by 110/115/120 volts and 220/230/240 volts?
In North America, 110 volts, 115 volts and 120 volts are used interchangeably to describe the most common voltage range. This is the voltage level available through most outlets in the US, Canada, and Mexico. Similarly, 220 volts, 230 volts and 240 volts refer to one voltage range. The sources of these seemingly different numbers is as follows:
The 110 volt and 220 volt designations are older and are familiar terminology, but are not now commonly used in either product design or by electric utilities.
The 115 volt and 230 volt terminology comes from equipment design standards. Equipment is typically designed to operate at 115 or 230 volts plus or minus 10%.
Electric utilities typically deliver electricity at 120 volts or 240 volts plus or minus 5% at the transformer.
When one subtracts the several volts lost between the electric utility's transformer and your equipment, you get a good match between the voltage the electric utility delivers and the voltage your equipment was designed to use.
Does equipment designed for 50 Hz. operate on 60 Hz?
In North America, electricity is supplied at 60 Hertz (Hz.) In most of Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and South America, 50 Hz. is the standard. For most equipment, this difference is not a problem. In some cases, motors will run 20% faster on 60 Hz versus 50 Hz. (This is a problem with electric clocks!) Radios and televisions are a special problem: broadcast frequencies are country and region specific. If you have questions, please call us.
How does 3 phase power affect this system?
Should the 110/120 volts come from a 3 phase electrical system, sometimes found in commercial or industrial settings, the output will be 208 volts.
Do I need to use 3 prong grounded wall outlets? Yes!
Yes, 3 pronged grounded wall outlets are necessary for safe operation. Do not use adapters and do not remove grounding pin from plug.
Instant 230 Volt Power
Almost Anywhere
Instant 230V in your own home - NO Wiring!
"Gotta Love that Amber Light"
Plugs into two different, out of
phaze, independent
120V Circuits
Easy to use!
Produces 230V Power Out!
Instant 230 Volt Converter!
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What this is:
This device allows you to run a 230 Volt Vapor Rino off of two household 115V outlets. This Instant 230V Power Supply allows you to create 220/240V by combining two ordinary household (non GFI) outlets on independent circuits and that are out of phase from one another. This allows you to run the 230V Vapor Rino in your home without having to install a special outlet or buy a generator.  Instant Power when you need it. Access to 230V volt power is made easy, fast and safe without the heat and weight of an expensive step-up transformer. More information below. Read the FAQ tab for limitations.
Step 1

Check your 110/120 volt outlet with the tester supplied to make sure the outlet is wired correctly and does not have a ground fault interrupter (GFI) in the circuit.








Step 2

Plug one of the instant 220 power supply's cords into a 110/120 volt outlet'








Step 3

Plug the other power cord into a different outlet. Use10/3 gauge heavy extension cord of appropriate length, as necessary. The two outlets will be farther from each other than shown in the picture. This is just an example picture. Example: Often you will plug one leg into lets say a living room outlet and another leg might be plugged into a bedroom. You want two outlets that are on different circuits out of phase. Step 4 The (Amber light) will confirm when you get it right. This Amber ready light makes plugging it in very easy.








Step 4
Ahh that beautiful Amber light makes life so easy! The Amber lamp on the front cover will light when connection is made to two outlets that are on independent, different phase circuits. If the lamp doesn't light, try different outlets until it does. Technically, an independent circuit is one that is 180 degrees out of phase with the first.
In practice, Quick 220 systems automatically test for this. No special knowledge or action is required by the user.


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Step 5
Plug equipment into the
220/240 volt outlet. If you use extension or drop cords please only use heavy 10/3 (
10 gauge) wire cords.  If you can not find a cord locally you can easily find one on Amazon.com. Light duty cords will cause resistance and may hinder the machines operation. Begin use.


"For The Love of Amber"
Operation Guide Overview
It's All about that Beautiful Amber Light - Makin' it O' so easy!
Read the complete instruction and safety information supplied with this instant 220 power supply before use.
What this is:
This device allows you to run a 230 Volt Vapor Rino ® off of two household 115V outlets. This
Instant 230V Power Supply allows you to create 220/240V by combining two ordinary household (non
GFI) outlets on independent out of phase circuit. This allows you to run the 230V Vapor Rino in your
home without having to install a special outlet or buy a generator.  Instant Power when you need it.
Access to 230V volt power is made easy, fast and safe without the heat and weight of an expensive
large generator. More information below.

How it works:
This instant 220 Power Supply uses two outlets (120 V) from two different circuits that are out of phase
and not controlled by ground fault interrupters (GFI's). The Quick 220 Power Supply has built in circuitry
to test for the out of phase circuits. When you are plugged in right, an amber light will illuminate letting
you know you are ready to go. A separate, included tester is supplied to check the outlet for a GFI. Most
buildings have numerous outlets that meet these two requirements.


What can I use it for?
Works great with our 230 Volt Vapor Rino ® Steam Cleaners. Other Applications include technical
equipment, computer servers, power tools, international appliances, air conditioners, air compressors,
and exercise equipment.


More:
These converters can deliver 220 and 240 volts at up to 15 amperes or a total of 3600 watts
(depending upon voltage 'in') from your existing 110-120 volt standard outlets. No longer do you need to
search for an accessible 230 volt outlet when traveling with your electric vehicle charger or portable
professional equipment, or pay an electrician hundreds of dollars to have one professionally installed in
your home. Now, you can have 220 volt power when and where you want it and without costly
permanent installations.

Our instant 220 voltage converters make it simple and convenient to power a Vapor Rino ®
Commercial Vapor Steam Cleaner, air conditioners, computer servers, technical equipment, air
compressors, or any other 220-240 volt device without the hassle of having to relocate it near an existing
220 volt line. If you’re using a portable device like professional cleaning equipment, welders, or electric
vehicle chargers, you know that not every place you visit has a free 230 volt outlet. Using our voltage
converters, you can power all of the mobile equipment you need for your business.

Best of all, there is no bulky box taking up space. These 220 voltage converters are small, portable,
and light weight. Each adapter unit measures 6.5in x 5in x 3in and weighs less than 4 pounds so it
can be tucked out of the way near the device you are powering or packed up and taken to the job site
with your equipment or on the road with you as part of a mobile charging setup for your electric vehicle.


What you Need to Know Before you Buy...
This system works great with a 230V Vapor Rino. That said, if you are going to use this 230V converter
to power one of our Vapor Rino Steam Cleaning systems there are few things you should be aware of.

1) Extension Cords: When using extension cords use the RIGHT SIZE. Use heavy duty, 10-3
AWG extension cords with 3 prongs. These heavy duty cords are easy to find on Amazon.com
or your local hardware store. The 10 stands for 10 gauge (thickness of the wire) and the 3 stands
for 3 wire. You would use these extension cords to reach  two independent  120volt outlets around
your house or business to provide power to the instant 230V converter. For the 230V output side,
if an extension cord is used it should also be 10/3 or heavier with a NEMA 6/15 plug type.

2) Maximum Power - Don't Share: The 230V Rino's run close to maximum wattage with a Vapor
Rino ®. When plugging in your converter be sure ALL OTHER ITEMS on those same circuits are
turned off. You will need all the available power from both 15 amp, 115V outlets to run this
machine.  Having other appliances turned on will take power away from this system and may
cause you to trip a breaker. It is recommended to  turn off or unplug all items in that part of the
home that on the same circuit before using this system.

3) Non GFI Outlets Only: You cannot plug this converter into a GFI outlet. Most of the time you
can identify these outlets by the 'reset' and 'test' buttons on the outlet itself. You will most often
find these GFI outlets in a kitchen or bathroom. The converter will not work off of a GFI outlet. Just
plug it into standard 15 or 20 amp outlets. You can use the INCLUDED tester to see if an outlet
is GFI or not.

4) Cycle Time - Rest: When running full power it is recommended to "rest" the converter from
time to time. See specifications for more information.  Full power at 80% on, 20% off (time), 3 hr.
max. It may be a good idea to turn off your machine for 10 minutes after every 60 to 90 minutes or
so to let the converter rest. Also, keep your converter out of direct sun light  and never cover or
enclose the converter. This will avoid overheating.

5) Low Voltage Location: Though unlikely in very rare circumstances  a home may have low
voltage coming in, so it is possible that this system may be under powered for use with a Vapor
Rino, again in very rare circumstances. Voltages below 105V may have issues. This is not
definite, but is possible.  You can buy a cheap voltage tester to see what your outlets are putting
out. Anything over 115 Volts is great. Most homes in the US have at least 115V coming in.
Often they have a full 120V. If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call.


Editors Notes: There are thousands of users reaping the benefit of fast, cheap clean 230V energy
using this converter box. I personally love this instant 230V converter! It allows me to use my 230V Rino
at home anytime I want. After about a year of using it both at home and in the warehouse we have found
this to be a powerful tool and a must have. If mine ever does wear out, I will positively buy another one!
It is worth every penny. My Rino heats up fast and keeps on chugging at full steam with this converter.
This system really has made my life easier in this area.

Diversity: This unit also has many uses. About 3 years ago I purchased a welder. I did not have a 230V
outlet so I settled for a 120V version. It works okay, but its under powered. If I had known about this
converter I would have purchased the more powerful machine. If you need instant access to
220/230/240 volts this could be the answer you are looking for. This system is great for running a variety
of 220V equipment.  You can of course buy a generator or installing an outlet at your location but this
system is a great way to get the results you want, fast. Even if you do get a generator or install an outlet,
this unit gives you the freedom to take your Rino almost anywhere. The bottom line, I give this amazing
little converter top rating. All the thumbs up and gold stars I can find, go to this great little device.
220 Volt Converter
SPECIFICATONS
Input Voltage and Amperage:

108 to 125 Volts AC, 60 HZ, non-GFI circuits, two circuits, out of phase
Model A220-15D: Two 72 inch power cords, 15 amperes maximum each line, NEMA 5-15 plugs



Output Voltage:

Single Phase Input: 216 to 250 Volts AC (2 times input voltage)
Three Phase Input:187 to 216 Volts AC (1.732 times input voltage)



Output Amperage:

Model A220-15D: 12A max. continuous; 15A max. at 80% on, 20% off (time), 3 hr. max. cycle



Output Power - Typical - Calculated from amperes drawn by equipment:

Model A220-15: 3450 watts at 230 volts, 3600 watts at 240 volts, 16,500 watts peak, typical at 230 volts.
Model A220-20 (all): 4600 watts at 230 volts, 4800 watts at 240 volts; 22,000 watts peak, typical at 230 volts.



Output Receptacle:

Model A220-15D - straight blade, double outlet, NEMA 6-15R



Power Consumption:

8 watts, plus equipment connected



Size:

Approximately 6-3/4 inches x 5 inches x 3 inches

Weight:

A220-15D - 3.1 pounds; A220-20 (all) - 3.8 pounds



Environment:

35 to 95 degrees F, 85% relative humidity, max., non-condensing.
No explosive gases, dust or other materials.
If extension cords are used be sure they are 10 gauge, 10/3
Dry. Keep from water, oils or other liquids.
Avoid excessive dust.



Limited Warranty:

One year, see enclosed warranty for full text.
U.S. Patent Number 5,977,658
Assembled in USA
Specifications may change due to product and material improvements.
I Want it! What do I NEED TO KNOW first?
This system works great with a 230V Vapor Rino. That said, if you are going to use this 230V converter to power one of our Vapor Rino Steam Cleaning systems there are few things you should be aware of.

1) When using extension cords use the RIGHT SIZE. Use heavy duty, 10-3 AWG extension with 3 prongs. LENGTH: cords 50 foot max on each side, Ideally 25 foot long cords are best. DO NOT USE LIGHT HOSEHOLD EXTENSION CORDS. Use only heavy 10/3 cords. You can find them in your hardware store or easily on Amazon.com.

2) The 230V Rino's run close to maximum wattage. When plugging in your converter be sure ALL OTHER ITEMS in the home, on those same circuits are turned off. You will need all the available power from both 15 amp, 115V outlets to run this machine. Having other appliances turned on will take power away from this system and may cause you to trip a breaker. Turn off or unplug all items in that part of the home, on the same circuit before using this system.

3) You cannot plug this converter into a GFI outlet. Most of the time you can identify these outlets by the 'reset' and 'test' buttons on the outlet itself. You will most often find these GFI's in a kitchen or bathroom. The converter will not work off of a GFI outlet. Just plug it into a standard 15 or 20amp outlet. You can use the INCLUDED tester to see if an outlet is GFI or not.

4) When running full power, it is recommended to "rest" the converter from time to time. See specifications for more information. Full power at 80% on, 20% off (time), 3 hr. max. It may be a good idea to turn off your machine for 10 minutes after every 60 to 120 minutes or so to let the converter rest. Also, keep your converter out of direct sun light and never cover or enclose the converter. This will avoid overheating.

5) If your location has low voltage coming into the home it is possible that this system may be under powered for use with a Vapor Rino. Voltages below 105V may have issues. This is not definite, but possible. You can buy a cheap voltage tester to see what your outlets are putting out. Anything over 115 Volts is great.
If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call.
How does the 220 Volt Power Supply work?
How does the Quick 220 Power Supply work?

The 220 Power Supply technically uses the fact that 220 / 240 volts AC is supplied to most facilities and homes from the power company. The 220 / 240 volts comes into a home and is divided into TWO 110/120 volt circuits for distribution within the building. Each leg of this is called a phase. Using standard 110 / 120 volt outlets and the Quick 220, the user can quickly identify and connect to the separated 110 / 120 volt halves (Phases) of the original 220 / 240, restoring the 220/240 volt AC option without adding new electrical circuits or wiring to the building.
How do I use this 220V Power Supply?
SEE :HOW TO SETUP TAB FOR DETAILS. Overview: First, connect one of the 220 Power Supply cords to a standard 110 / 120 volt outlet. In your living room for example.

Next, connect the second power cord from the Quick 220 Power Supply to an independent 110 / 120 volt outlet, using a 10/3 heavy extension cord. The "220-240 VOLTS" lamp will illuminate when you have the right outlets connected; if it doesn't illuminate, try a different outlet.

220 / 240 volts is now available at the "220-240 VOLTS" outlet on the Quick 220 Power Supply. Plug in your 220 / 240 volt equipment and use it.
Waht do you mean by "independent 110/120 volt outlets?
Technically, the AC voltage of the two outlets are 180 degrees out of phase. Practically, you find the independent outlet by moving the second power cord to different outlets until the amber light on the front panel goes on. About half the outlets in a building will be "independent" or “out of phase” of the other half.
What size extension cords should I use?
Use heavy duty, 10-3 heavy extension cords with 3 prong plugs when powering up a Vapor Rino steam system. These drop cords/ extension cords are available at most hardware and home centers or you can easily pick one up on Amazon.com
How much power can I draw from this converter?
This 220 Power Supply will furnish 15 amperes. If your equipment is rated in watts, 15 amperes at 230 volts is the same as 3450 watts.
For the 15 ampere (3450 watt) systems, momentary loads of 75 amperes or 16,500 watts can be supported. Momentary loads are often encountered when starting motors or when powering up electronic equipment.
One cannot draw more current (amperes) from the wall outlet than its circuit breaker or fuse rating. TURN OFF All other appliances, and electrical devices that are running on the same two circuits you are plugging into.
This includes the current required by your 220/240 volt load plus any 110/120 volt item which may share the same circuit: lamps, stereos, hair dryers, etc. It may be necessary to disconnect the lamps, stereos, hair dryers, etc., if you trip a circuit breaker you will need to reset it and check to make sure all other items are off on that set of lines.
Safety?
To protect people and equipment, the Quick 220 Power Supply's automatic safety interlock blocks all power to the 220/240 volt outlet until electrical connections are complete and correct. Should one of the cords become disconnected or loose power, all powered connections to the 220/240 volt outlet are immediately and simultaneously disconnected, including the exposed power cord.

Internal test circuits are employed to assure wiring, polarity, and output voltage are correct. Safety circuits can be checked by listening to the Quick 220 Power Supply at the time it is connected to 110/120 volt power; it will click if safety circuits are operating.

The Quick 220 power Supply conforms to the safety requirements of UL Standard 1012. It has been independently tested to this UL Standard by Intertek and has earned the right to bear the Intertek Listed Mark. Intertek is a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL), recognized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for this testing.
How big is it?
About 6.5 inches wide by 5 inches deep by 3 inches high. It weighs less than 4 pounds.
What is meant by 110/115/120 volts and 220/230/240 volts?
In North America, 110 volts, 115 volts and 120 volts are used interchangeably to describe the most common voltage range. This is the voltage level available through most outlets in the US, Canada, and Mexico. Similarly, 220 volts, 230 volts and 240 volts refer to one voltage range. The sources of these seemingly different numbers is as follows:
The 110 volt and 220 volt designations are older and are familiar terminology, but are not now commonly used in either product design or by electric utilities.
The 115 volt and 230 volt terminology comes from equipment design standards. Equipment is typically designed to operate at 115 or 230 volts plus or minus 10%.
Electric utilities typically deliver electricity at 120 volts or 240 volts plus or minus 5% at the transformer.
When one subtracts the several volts lost between the electric utility's transformer and your equipment, you get a good match between the voltage the electric utility delivers and the voltage your equipment was designed to use.
Does equipment designed for 50 Hz. operate on 60 Hz?
In North America, electricity is supplied at 60 Hertz (Hz.) In most of Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and South America, 50 Hz. is the standard. For most equipment, this difference is not a problem. In some cases, motors will run 20% faster on 60 Hz versus 50 Hz. (This is a problem with electric clocks!) Radios and televisions are a special problem: broadcast frequencies are country and region specific. If you have questions, please call us.
How does 3 phase power affect this system?
Should the 110/120 volts come from a 3 phase electrical system, sometimes found in commercial or industrial settings, the output will be 208 volts.
Do I need to use 3 prong grounded wall outlets? Yes!
Yes, 3 pronged grounded wall outlets are necessary for safe operation. Do not use adapters and do not remove grounding pin from plug.
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