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Tension in Venezuela 220v and 110v.

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Good My Name I Wanted To Know If It Is Possible To Use A 220V 50 / 60hz Hair Dryer Purchased In Argentina In The Country Of Venezuela? This Could Be Possible Or Simply No. I Understand That The Air Conditioners There Are 220v As Here In Argentina. But they are biphasic systems I think. And not single-phase as in Argentina.
  • 1 month ago

    Avatar de Tecnico Juan pablo

    So, in short, if my equipment supports 60Hz, I only have to worry about putting together an outlet with both phases, so that when I connect my dryer I actually receive 220V. Sorry if I am redundant, it is because I am not really going to travel but a friend and wants to bring a dryer to the mother and here in Argentina they are 220V 50 / 60Hz. The 110V that are achieved in ML are very expensive in comparison.

  • 1 month ago

    Avatar de chester milton

    yes, if you just have to make sure to feed it with two different active or live phases, or that the voltages between them are 220 volts.

3 Proposed Solutions

Hi. Do you have bifasica in place that is in Venezuela? You can connect it even though they are two phases. The only thing is that the frequency that in Argentina is 50 Hz and beyond 60 Hz will not coincide. This will mean that the dryer will work a little faster but that's it. Regards
The fact that the service is biphasic or monophasic does not matter, as long as the voltage is 220v
Hi Juan, good morning. Dimension the following A Hair Dryer 220 V 50 / 60hz. If that is on the label, it indicates that the dryer works either 50 or 60 Hz. You can use it without problems. The resistance works identically with these frequencies and the dryer motor operates with direct current, it has a rectifier bridge that makes the frequency zero. They are the two important components, they will not be affected. Use it with confidence. I hope I have shed some light on your doubt. Regards. comment