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110V ACDC PCB - change to 220V

zemana

New Member
hi, I have the PCB for an air purifier (ie basically it's a DC fan) which does the AC/DC conversion.
I've attached a picture.
There are 2 versions of this PCB, a 110V and a 220V.
My version is the 110V, but I'm in Europe, so I'd like to change that to 220V.
Seeing as there are only a few elements in the PCB I figure it's simply a matter of replacing one or two components.

Can anyone help me? Ie which part(s) do you think need to be replaced?

thanks
Ze
 

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zemana

New Member
Thanks for your suggestion.

I don't have a Walmart near me - I'm not in the US. The ones I found here cost around 20€ and from the user reviews I've seen on Amazon they usually don't last long and can be a fire hazard.

Also, it's more inneficient.
 

cowboybob

Well-Known Member
Most Helpful Member
Can you provide us with a another JPEG (same dimension) of the reverse side of the board?

It would allow an examination of the circuit and an estimate of any possible changes that might meet your goal.
 

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