Will infrared electromagnetic 220v 60Hz therapy lamp work on 110v 60Hz without problem

will 220v 50Hz heat therapy lamp work on 110v 60Hz

  • Yes with explanation

    Votes: 1 33.3%
  • No with explanation

    Votes: 2 66.7%

  • Total voters
    3

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hwhuyler

Joined Aug 19, 2018
1
I purchased a Infrared heat therapy lamp from a company in China. When i received it The outter box showed that it was 220v 50Hz and the metallic label affixed on the lamp also showed same. The electrical cord did not have a 110v plug. The plug is similar to this picture of plugs used in China. The lamp was shipped from HWALENG Medical Instruments, Chongqing Hualun www.cqhualun.com. Emails from the AMAZON posted BAYPKWY shipping company
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stated that the lamp should be used with a plug adapter that fits USA 110v 60Hz electrical outlet. Is this a valid work around?
 

MaxHeadRoom

Joined Jul 18, 2013
24,218
I would assume that if it is stamped 220v then this is what it is made for and should be used on.
You could set up a N.A. 240v outlet to run it on.
Max.
 

wayneh

Joined Sep 9, 2010
17,160
I’m assuming it’s just a fancy lightbulb. It may light up a bit, and not be damaged, but it won’t be anywhere near the output that was intended.
 
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