Ideal to securely repair or work on electronic equipment and prevent electric shock, the Bronson MII-D series is best used as a safety isolating transformer.
Step down voltage conversion
Get 110V output from either 110V or 230V power supply.
Multiple 110V output sockets
American sockets (type A and B)
The power on each output socket is limited by a 15A circuit breaker (corresponds to 1650W).
Adaptable input plugs
Through an IEC input the smaller MII-D model allows connecting a power cable with any type of input plug.
The bigger MII-D model must connect the power supply to the screw terminal.
To run that MII-D model on its full capacity, the output must be connected to the screw terminal as well.
Connecting the output directly to the terminals avoids a connection to the ground of the transformer, which will prevent electric shock. That’s why all models have a terminal connection for the output.
All models from the MII-D series come with an ON/OFF switch.
The power LED will light up green once the switch is turned into the ON position.
Allows to vertically wall mount or horizontally fix the transformer to the ground.
All the models are equipped with a circuit breaker in case the transformer gets overloaded from the connected appliance(s).
To cool the transformer’s core when overheating due to heavy load (only for MII-D 4500 model).
To avoid the circuit breakers from tripping due to possible high inrush current when starting the appliance(s) (only for MII-D 1000 model).
The Bronson MII-D series is designed to convert AC voltage. These converters do not convert DC voltage.
The Bronson MII-D series does not convert frequency (in Hertz) between 50Hz and 60HZ. For most electrical appliances this doesn’t pose a problem. Nevertheless, we recommend checking with the manufacturer of your devices to ensure compatibility with both 50Hz and 60Hz power supply.