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    Feb 10, 2011, 05:29 AM
    480 volt transformer step down to 120 volt or 230 volt
    AC Axial Fan: run on 120 or 230 input volts / Rated Currect .061 or .053 / Input Power 7 or 6 watts. Supply voltae 480. Need a step down transformer / 480 to 120 or 230 volts.
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    Feb 10, 2011, 06:38 AM
    I suggest you do a Google Search for the unit you need.

    This is a question and answer site, not a product locator site, such as:

    480 120 Volt Transformer | Products & Suppliers on GlobalSpec

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