Shore Power Electric Power Conversion

by Chris
(St Petersburg Florida USA)

Hello. I have a 2005 Bayliner 305 with 2 gas Mercruiser 5.0 liters mpi and generator

I will cruise pretty far away and will have to dock where power is 220V 18A. My problem is that the boat is equipped for 110V and 30A
I guess I need to get installed an international electrical converter. Any idea on how much does it cost ? And where I can find that and have it installed? Thanks

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Jun 20, 2009
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220V to 110V
by: Anonymous

If the 220 Volt power is 60Hz you do not need a converter, you need a step down transformer. You can also configure a connector that taps off one leg of the 220V giving you 110volts. It depends a lot on what you need the power for.

Nov 06, 2008
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power converter
by: Anonymous

Go to there web site and you will find a converter suitable for your application like the AC08.
http://www.aseapower.com/en/index.php

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