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    500VA Single Phase 120v 60Hz to 220v 50Hz Converter

    5 out of 5 based on 11 reviews | Write a review
    500 VA solid state frequency converter, AC power supply, convert single phase 110V, 120V 60Hz to 220V, 230V, 240V 50Hz (vice versa), stable and pure sine wave output for household equipment, testing, etc.
    SKU: HZ-60-500W
    30-day Returns
    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    500VA 110V 60Hz to 220V 50Hz frequency converter with built-in step up transformer, also can change 220V 50Hz to 110V 60Hz power, output variable-frequency and variable-voltage for global appliance.


    Model HZ-60-500W
    Capacity 500 VA
    Dimension 420 (D)*330 (W)*180 (H) mm
    Weight 40 kg
    Input Voltage 1 Phase 2 Wire: 110V, 120V, 220V, 230V, 240V ± 10% (Option *)
    Frequency 50 Hz, 60 Hz or 400 Hz ± 5%
    Output Voltage, current 120V Setting (Low grade): 0-150V, 4.2A
    240V Setting 0-300V (High grade): 0-300V, 2.1A
    Load stabilization Rate ≤±1%
    Frequency 50Hz, 60Hz up to 400Hz adjustable
    -When the output is 400Hz, the load capacity can only reach 50% of the rated capacity.
    -When the output is ≤120Hz, the load capacity can reach 100% of the rated value.
    -You can just adjust converter output frequency in the range (40-400Hz) for 400Hz option.
    Frequency Stability ≤±0.01%
    Harmonic Distortion Pure Sine Wave ≤2%
    Frequency meter 4 digit, digital frequency meter, resolution 0.1Hz/Step
    Voltmeter 4 digit, digital voltage meter, resolution 0.1V
    Ammeter 4 digit, digital ammeter, resolution 0.1A
    Watt meter 4 digit, digital Watt meter, resolution 0.1W
    Protection With overload, short circuit, over temperature
    Instantaneous power failure protection and alarm device
    Working Environment Temperature 0 - 40 deg.℃
    Humidity 0 - 90% (Non condensation)
    Warranty 18 months

    Tips: Why is the power supply 50Hz/60Hz, neither higher nor lower?

    The frequency is related to the structure and material of the generator, motor and transformer. The synchronous speed of the bipolar generator in 50Hz is 3000rpm. However, if the frequency reaches 100Hz, the revolving speed will be 6000rpm. Such a high speed will cause many problems of generator manufacturing. In addition, in terms of application, too high frequency increases reactance and electromagnetic loss, intensifies idle work quantity. Moreover, if a relatively low frequency, such as 30Hz is used, the transformation efficiency is low, which will not be beneficial to the transformation and communication of the AC current.

    The discrepancy of the power grid frequency depends on different calculation habits. The America starts early in large-scale electricity generation. The calculation tool used at that time is mainly the British (duodecimal number system) sliding scale. For better calculation, 60Hz is used. All relatively late power grids adopt decimal data, so 50Hz is more convenient.

    Existing reviews of 500VA Single Phase 120v 60Hz to 220v 50Hz Converter
    What is the most expeditious converter solution?
    We have spent time attempting to perform the soldering as instructed. We even ordered special soldering flux, but after several attempts we have concluded that we do not possess the equipment or trained personnel to perform this task with the limited amount of space inside this machine.
    To avoid the risk of damage, we have decided to stop further attempts before making the situation worse. As of right now, there is no change to the functionality of the unit, the circuits are intact as they were prior to our soldering attempts.
    We need to return this unit to you for professional diagnosis and warranty repair, or get a replacement unit shipped to us that is capable of performing as advertised.
    This model should be capable of running the lamp we have, which is why we selected it. It does not work as received, so we need to get a replacement.
    Please let us know what is the most expeditious solution, as we need to use this tool very soon.
    From: dylan | Date: 16/06/2023
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    ATO Responded
    Soldering 2 capacitors on the circuit board is very simple, it may be that you have not disassembled the circuit board of the converter, so it feels that the installation space is limited and it is difficult to operate.
    Please refer to the attached picture, you can remove the 4 corner screws of the circuit board and the 2 fixing screws on the red box to take the circuit board out. Compared with the capacitor welding position we sent before, solder 2 capacitors, and then assemble the circuit board after completion. You can hire a local electrician to do this.
    Before soldering, you can take a picture, which will help when you reassemble the board. Please report the results to us in time.
    Thank you for your understanding.
    Converter troubleshooting
    I have tried the recommendation of turning on the Honle lamp power ON first, then Output ON, and the result is the same (trips unit, not working).
    We will order the capacitors to install. Can you provide instructions for where they should be soldered onto the circuit board?
    Do any of this troubleshooting steps void our units warranty?
    From: vance | Date: 13/06/2023
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    ATO Responded
    1. Please rest assured that the troubleshooting steps will not void your units warranty. Thank you for your understanding.
    2. As shown in Figure 1 attached, please find the box area of the circuit board, and then weld the two 103 capacitors to the corresponding position according to the instruction for the capacitor welding pins. After that, you can test again.
    Do you have suggestions for how to get the converter working?
    I tried the change you suggested by adjusting the potentiometer 8 turns counterclockwise, and the unit still trips (not working) as soon as the bulb is turned on. Do you have any other suggestions for how to get the unit working?
    Just to confirm my process. With voltage set to 230v and frequency set to 50Hz (per the lamp), I follow the steps in this order. I have tried plugging the lamp into both output receptacles also.
    1.       GoHz Input ON
    2.       GoHz Power ON
    3.       GoHz Output ON
    4.       Honle lamp power ON
    From: faye | Date: 12/06/2023
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    ATO Responded
    1. You can change operating sequence by fulfilling step 4 before step 3.
    When you finish the wiring, please turn on the Honle lamp power ON first, then GoHz Output ON.
    2. If there is still a problem, you need to solder two 103 capacitors on the circuit board.
    Please refer to the 103 capacitor in the attachment, and you can buy it in the local market.
    Some problem of converter operation
    We have just purchased the following unit from you, and are having issues with its operation. We selected this model based on the item we are using it with, which is a German UV lamp with specifications as follows:
    I have set the frequency converter for 230V 50Hz. Once I start the load (turn the lamp on), the output current rises to 0.7~0.8A and then it trips and begins beeping until it is reset. Neither of the two fuses on the back are blown. I have tried increasing the voltage to 240V, as well as trying both output plugs on the front, with the same results.
    It starts outputting power for a moment, then trips, followed by continuous beeping until reset. I know it is not the lamp itself, because we have another frequency converter that it works perfectly with. The only difference is the input voltage, our old model is 220V and our new one is 120V.
    Do you have any suggestions of things to try, or could this unit be defective?
    From: everet | Date: 06/06/2023
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    ATO Responded
    For the new converter, you can refer to the attached documentation to turn the potentiometer 8 turns counterclockwise (note that clockwise reduces the current and counterclockwise increases the current), so that the current protection threshold of the machine can be enlarged, and test gain.
    Please feedback the results to us, thank you for your understanding.
    Hope my explanation is able to assist you. Please feel free to let us know if you have any further questions.
    I am looking for a frequency converter that suits me.
    We are looking for 3 phase 400V 50 hz to 110 v 3 phase 60hz converter, 12kVA 1 PC. What do you recommend?
    From: Kspence | Date: 20/12/2021
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    ATO Responded
    Ok, based on your specs, recommended frequency converter model: HZ-50-3315, 15kVA power capacity, input: 3ph, Wye (L1, L2, L3 + N, G), 400V (+/- 10%), 50/ 60Hz and output: 3ph, Wye/Delta (L1, L2, L3 + N, G), adjustable (0-260V), adjustable (40-120Hz), 41.6A.
    Do you have any recommendations for frequency converter?
    We plan to move appliances from Germany to the USA. So all of our appliances work with 220VAC/50Hz. They are: washing machine, dryer, dishwasher, refrigerator, water boiler, coffee machines and microwave. What do you recommend? Using one frequency converter or multiple, so can you handle it all?
    From: Raff | Date: 16/11/2021
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    ATO Responded
    Using one frequency converter to handle all appliances will be a more cost effective, and rational technical solution.
    I want to know how to buy this frequency converter in Chile
    I need a converter from 220v 50Hz to 110v 60Hz. Optimal 300watts or more. I would like to know how to buy it in Chile.
    From: Dan | Date: 20/10/2021
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    ATO Responded
    Ok, if your 300W equipment is not a motor/transformer, and its just an electronics or heater or any other, then recommend frequency converter model: HZ-60-1101, 1kVA power capacity, input: 1ph, 220V (+/- 10 %), 50/60Hz and output: 1ph (L, N, G), adjustable (0-150V), adjustable (40-120Hz), 8.4A.
    You just order the unit from us directly online by credit card, and we ship it to Chile by air via DHL/UPS/FedEx.
    Please let me know your suggestion
    I need to drive a vibratory feeder at 50 Hz and 380 (400) VAC. This would normally be done in Europe with a 3 phase 400 VAC supply. We would not use neutral in this case. I have available 60 Hz) 120 VAC (L + N), 230 VAC (L1, L2, no N), and 480 VAC (L1, L2, L3, no N).
    If possible, I would like to drive control panels we make for Europe which would need 400 VAC 3 phase with Neutral.
    Depending on what is driven, I would need 5 kW to 30 kW.
    It looks like you have some products that will do at least some of these apps. Please let me know your suggestions.
    From: Diana | Date: 11/10/2021
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    ATO Responded
    Ok, you can use your available power supply of 3-phase, 480 VAC (L1, L2, L3, no N).
    We need a frequency converter
    We need a frequency converter
    INPUT: 115VAC or 220VAC 60Hz
    OUTPUT: 3 phase, each leg 115V, 5A, 400Hz
    Do you have an option to configure the input to accept either 115VAC or 220VAC?
    From: Kensmith | Date: 02/09/2021
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    ATO Responded
    The converter input can be 1-phase, 115V or split phase, 220V. It can not be both at the same time, and we shall provide based on 220V as follows;
    Recommended frequency converter model: HZ-50-1303, 3kVA power capacity, input: 1ph, 220V (+/- 10%), 50/60Hz and output: 3ph, Wye/Delta (L1,L2,L3 + N,G), adjustable (0-260V), adjusted (40-499.9Hz), 8.4A.
    What kind of frequency can you recommend based on my needs?
    The input would be 440 volts, 3 phase at 60Hz. Our required output would be 200 volts, 3 phase 400 Hz. Also, our load starting current is 15A. What frequency converter do you recommend?
    From: Murdoch | Date: 05/08/2021
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    ATO Responded
    Ok, based on your specs, recommended frequency converter model: HZ-50-3310, 10kVA power capacity, input: 3ph, Wye (L1,L2,L3 + N,G), 440V (+/- 10%), 50/ 60Hz and output: 3ph, Wye/Delta (L1,L2,L3 + N,G), adjustable (0-260V), adjustable (40-499.9Hz), 27.6A.
    What sags will appear on the voltage?
    What sag appears on the voltage if 500VA load is applied at the peak of the cycle at 220V and 50Hz on frequency converter output?
    From: Michael | Date: 03/03/2021
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    ATO Responded
    As long as the frequency converter is not overload, the voltage drops will be less than 3v for less than 50ms.
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