I recently puchased several electrical items (Widescreen TV ETC ) and they are from abroad ( U.K.) they are capable of running on 50/60 Hz supply but require 230-240VAC. Ok thats not the problem i have several transforms capable of suppling correct voltage but i would like to have them all running of a single one but i require about 200-300W allowing for future devices. the largest transormer i have is an EN60-742 0.1kVA 50/60Hz 862 im doubt that this will suffice any suggestions? Size is an important issue as transformer (in its Housing ) is visible....
Any help appreciated..
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