• 4000 watts max capacity
  • Grounded Transformer for Two Way Voltage Conversion - 110 volt to 220 volt and 220 volts to 110 volt
  • Built-in fuse protection system
  • Can be used continuously.
  • Operates on 110/120 60hz or 220/240 volt 50hz single phase and converts to and from 110/120/220/230/240 volt)
  • Input voltage selector switch (120 or 220 volt)
  • Ideal for both electric and electronic products like Computers, Consumer Electronics, Appliances and Testing Equipment
  • Outlet accepts both US or Asian/European style plug into it
  • Built-in power cord with Euro/Asian style plug on it
  • Can be used with power strip to plug in multiple appliances
  • CAUTION: Make sure the wattage and voltage of your appliance or equipment and the wattage of the transformer is suitable for each other, and the proper input voltage is selected on the back of the transformer according to the country of use before you connect the transformer and turn it ON. Failure to follow the instructions may result in damage to the transformer and the appliance.
  • Price: $119.99

      Quantity:

      Heavy-Duty 4000 Watt Maximum Capacity Voltage Transformer with Dual Step Up/Down functionality. Switch transforms from 110V and outputs 220V for use in the USA, or switch from 240V and outputs 120V for use with USA tools overseas.


    • Dimensions: L - 10.5" x W - 6.10" x H - 6" approx.
    • Weight: 48 lbs approx.
    • Model: Simran THG-4000 Two-Way
    • For safety reasons, it is recommended to use a Voltage Converter / Transformer that's max watts is at least 50% higher than your appliance. For example, if your appliance is rated at 1000 watts, you need to buy a Transformer with a max power of at least 1500 watts or greater. Some appliances, such as heating appliances, power tools, motors, laser printers and TVs need a bigger "buffer zone" because they tend to spike in power, For safe operation it is advisable to choose a voltage converter that is twice the actual wattage rating of these appliances.

      How to find correct Voltage Converter

      To determine the right voltage converter for your appliance, first find out the voltage (110 or 220 Volt AC) and wattage rating (watts or amps) information on the back or bottom of the appliance or from instruction book of an appliance. If no watts are shown and only amps are shown, multiply the volts (input AC) by the amps to find the watts.

      For example,
      Volts (AC input) x Amps(amperage) = Watts (Wattage)
      110V x 0.5A = 55W

      Caution:

      Please note transformers are to be used with caution in any case. Keep away from moisture areas and children. We assume no responsibility for misused transformers. We can always recommend a certain size and model for any appliance or electronic that you have. Please contact us if you have any questions.

      • Simran 4000 W watt step up & down voltage converter transformer
      • Free 2-spare fuses
      • American Style Plug Adapter (Euro to U.S)

      Heavy-Duty 4000 Watt Maximum Capacity Voltage Transformer with Dual Step Up/Down functionality. Switch transforms from 110V and outputs 220V for use in the USA, or switch from 240V and outputs 120V for use with USA tools overseas.


    • Dimensions: L - 10.5" x W - 6.10" x H - 6" approx.
    • Weight: 48 lbs approx.
    • Model: Simran THG-4000 Two-Way
    • For safety reasons, it is recommended to use a Voltage Converter / Transformer that's max watts is at least 50% higher than your appliance. For example, if your appliance is rated at 1000 watts, you need to buy a Transformer with a max power of at least 1500 watts or greater. Some appliances, such as heating appliances, power tools, motors, laser printers and TVs need a bigger "buffer zone" because they tend to spike in power, For safe operation it is advisable to choose a voltage converter that is twice the actual wattage rating of these appliances.

      How to find correct Voltage Converter

      To determine the right voltage converter for your appliance, first find out the voltage (110 or 220 Volt AC) and wattage rating (watts or amps) information on the back or bottom of the appliance or from instruction book of an appliance. If no watts are shown and only amps are shown, multiply the volts (input AC) by the amps to find the watts.

      For example,
      Volts (AC input) x Amps(amperage) = Watts (Wattage)
      110V x 0.5A = 55W

      Caution:

      Please note transformers are to be used with caution in any case. Keep away from moisture areas and children. We assume no responsibility for misused transformers. We can always recommend a certain size and model for any appliance or electronic that you have. Please contact us if you have any questions.

      • Simran 4000 W watt step up & down voltage converter transformer
      • Free 2-spare fuses
      • American Style Plug Adapter (Euro to U.S)