Jul 13, 2014 ... But what if I connect an appliance rated for 240V into a 120V AC socket? ... Not
much happens at all :-) about half what you expect, at best.
a large number of modern electronics are capable of dual voltage use through
the use of wide ... If a 120V appliance is plugged into 220V the power drawn may
quadruple, blowing out the heaters, the lights and ... It may be accompanied by
smoke and flashes of light or maybe just the fuse will melt and protect the
Mar 13, 2012 ... So long as the electricity supply matches the voltage of the globe, you'll have no
... Of course, if you put a 120v globe, and you had 230v electricity, the magic
smoke will escape from the light globe, ... How can this happen?
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Oct 21, 2010 ... Free energy Running a 240v lightbulb of one AA battery. ... Free energy if you get
the camera and battery from used source. ... on the fuji disposable camera and it
says it has 2 transformers in it; are you using one or both of them to power the
light? ... What would happen if you left the capacitor hooked up?.
May 25, 2012 ... With a 60 watt light bulb, for example, you are forcing 0.5 amp of electrical current
(the .... By running the bulb at 120V the bulb uses less power (and shines dimmer
) because ... If so, then you have to buy dimmable LED bulbs.
May 6, 2008 ... The light bulb is rated in watts at a certain voltage, isn't it? ... If you power a 110V
bulb with a 220V source, it will draw draw four times ... However, if you put a 120v
bulb on a 240v line, it will burn out in less .... However, most wires used in North
American appliances are rated at either 125V, 300V, or 600V...
How can I power a lightbulb with a battery? ... If you use a bit too low a voltage,
the bulb will glow orangeish, because it can still put out some colors of light ...
Stringing together 120V of batteries (say 9 or 10 car batteries in series) leaves a
It is perfect for lighting lights during power outages or just for a desk lamp. ... I
entered this instructable into the Make it Glow contest, so if you like it, please vote
for me! ... neon bulb and nothing happens. i even touched the 2 leads and still
nothing. .... 4W / 1.5 V = 2.67 Amps yet at 120 Volts 4W / 120V = 0.033 Amps or
Jun 26, 2013 ... When there are very few electricity users around, you might not have to worry
about DC vs. ... At the time the most cost effective form of light bulb was a carbon
filament bulb that ... If it is only economic ; why the other countries use 220v ? ....
Besides, US widely uses 277VAC and 300V for industrial entities.
Dec 2, 2008 ... An LED was easy enough, but large power items such as light bulbs, ... A relay
can be used to control a DC motor, or an AC lamp. ... What happens if you violate
this limit? I have ... If you need 10A@120VAC, don't use a relay rated for ..... as
long as the voltage is limited to below 300v i.e.120v as in this case.