ACUPWR AUC750 Step-Up Cooling Device (750W)

BH #ACAUC750 • MFR #AUC-750
Key Features
  • Converts 220-240V/50Hz to 110-120/60Hz
  • Maximum Load: 750W
  • Operates Safely at 120% Stated Wattage
  • Designed for Use with Heavy Duty Motors
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This 750W AUC750 Step-Up Cooling Device from ACUPWR allows you to use your 220-240V/50 Hz motor in the United States and Canada on native 110-120V/60 Hz electrical power. The AUC750 is designed for heavy-duty motors like those found in refrigerators or other kitchen appliances, and it can temporarily operate at 120% of its stated wattage to help protect your equipment in the event of a power surge.
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ACUPWR AUC-750 Overview

This 750W AUC750 Step-Up Cooling Device from ACUPWR allows you to use your 220-240V/50 Hz motor in the United States and Canada on native 110-120V/60 Hz electrical power. The AUC750 is designed for heavy-duty motors like those found in refrigerators or other kitchen appliances, and it can temporarily operate at 120% of its stated wattage to help protect your equipment in the event of a power surge.

Manufactured in the USA and assembled by hand with premium components that include copper wiring and silicon steel cores
Thermal protection circuit detects excessive heat caused by an overload and automatically turns off the transformer and restarts the unit when it has returned to normal operating temperature
Can be used in any interior setting and environment, and can handle dust, heat, and moisture
Quiet operation
UPC: 700253460384

ACUPWR AUC-750 Specs

Electrical
AC Input Power110 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Maximum Wattage750 W
Wall PlugIEC to NEMA 5-15P
General
OutputCEE 7/4R
CertificationsCE, as per Manufacturer
Physical
Dimensions6.4 x 4.7 x 3.9" / 16.26 x 11.94 x 9.91 cm
Weight13 lb / 5.9 kg
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