Update - Been using this for over a year now and it has worked great. Wife has used her German Kitchen Aid that is 220volts 50/60Hz and with the Thermomix that is 220 volts 50/60Hz. She hasn't had any issues. The device it self can be plugged into a German outlet that has 220 volts 50Hz and can be used as a transformer to step down the power to 110 volts 50Hz or it can be plugged into a US outlet at 110 volts 60Hz and will step up to 220 volts 60Hz. It does not step up or step down the frequency though. If you are drawing power at 60Hz the output will be 60Hz. If you draw power at 50Hz the output will be 50Hz. I recommend you look at your device you plan on plugging in and see if it supports both 50 and 60Hz. If it does and the wattage of your device is below 500 you should have no problems. Just remember if you plug in multiple devices at the same time, you have to add up the wattage. So for example, if 2 devices are rated at 300 watts each, they will work fine as long as your input and output frequency matches but do not plug in both devices as the total will be 600 watts. Trying to pull more power or wattage from a device than what is recommended is the way a lot of electrical fires start.
Original- Works great as long as you don't have devices where you have to also adjust the frequency. In Europe, many devices with motors are 50 Hz and in the US they are 60 Hz. If your device only supports 50Hz and you use it in the US, it will most likely cause issues. We use it for my wife's thermomix which is 220 volts only but supports both 50 and 60Hz. We just moved back to the US so we didn't want to get a new thermomix so this was the best way for us. We have been using it for almost 3 months without any issues. Thermomix has been working great off of it. Just be careful on the frequency support of your device. So if you are going to Europe and you need to step down to 110 volts, it will do that but the frequency will be 50Hz. If you need to step up to 220 in the US, it will support that but the frequency will be 60Hz. Most electronics support both 50 and 60Hz, but many appliances and devices with motors in them do not. Just look at your device where the power cable is and you should see a label with what power and frequencies your device supports.
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