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Versão atual de: Jill ,

Título:

Do coffee makers step down voltage internally?

Texto:

Please excuse my unfamiliarity with the subject I am about to ask about.  I really like the coffee from a Sensoe machine.  It is single use, like a Kreige but without  plastic waste, and the best coffee I have ever had.

These coffee machines are only sold in Europe.   I could get a transformer to step up the voltage from 110 to 220V, but I was wondering if the device internally lowered voltages like the power supply in my computer does.  If it did would I be able to replace with a part that was expecting 110V instead of 220V.  The Senseo 7825 is the one I like to use and rated at 1450W.

Has anyone does anything like this?

dispositivo:

Sensoe Model 7825

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

251923

Editado por: Jill ,

Título:

Do coffee makers step down voltage internally?

Texto:

Please excuse my unfamiliarity with the subject I am about to ask about.  I really like the coffee from a Sensoe machine.  It is single use, like a Kreige but without  plastic waste, and the best coffee I have ever had.

These coffee machines are only sold in Europe.   I could get a transformer to step up the voltage from 110 to 220V, but I was wondering if the device internally lowered voltages like the power supply in my computer does.  If it did would I be able to replace with a part that was expecting 110V instead of 220V.  The Senseo 7825 is the one I like to use and rated at 1450W.

Has anyone does anything like this?

dispositivo:

Sensoe Model 7825

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

251890

Editado por: Jill ,

Título:

Do coffee makers step down voltage internally?

Texto:

Please excuse my unfamiliarity with the subject I am about to ask about.  I really like the coffee from a Sensoe machine.  It is single use, like a Kreige but without  plastic waste, and the best coffee I have ever had.

These coffee machines are only sold in Europe.   I could get a transformer to step up the voltage from 110 to 220V, but I was wondering if the device internally lowered voltages like the power supply in my computer does.  If it did would I be able to replace with a part that was expecting 110V instead of 220V.  The Senseo 7825 is the one I like to use and rated at 1450W.

Has anyone does anything like this?

dispositivo:

Sensoe Model 7825

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

251890

Postagem original de: Jill ,

Título:

Do coffee makers step down voltage internally?

Texto:

Please excuse my unfamiliarity with the subject I am about to ask about.  I really like the coffee from a Sensoe machine.  It is single use, like a Kreige but without  plastic waste, and the best coffee I have ever had.

These coffee machines are only sold in Europe.   I could get a transformer to step up the voltage from 110 to 220V, but I was wondering if the device internally lowered voltages like the power supply in my computer does.  If it did would I be able to replace with a part that was expecting 110V instead of 220V.  The Senseo 7825 is the one I like to use and rated at 1450W.

Has anyone does anything like this?

dispositivo:

Sensoe Model 7825

Status:

open