Bronson WTI Series

Bronson WTI Series

The Bronson WTI series is a voltage converter to step up (110V to 230V) or step down (230V to 110V) electrical grid voltage.

General Info

With robust and secure design the Bronson WTI is the perfect converter for imported major appliances whose voltage differs from the electrical grid.

Mounting rails allow to vertically wall mount or horizontally fix the converter to the ground.

Multiple types of output sockets
  • European socket (type C and F) for 230V appliances

  • British general socket (type G) for 230V appliances

  • American socket (type A and B) for 110V appliances

Bronson WTI Series

The power on each output socket is limited by a 15A circuit breaker (corresponds to 1650W at 110V and 3450W at 230V).

Screw terminal

The power supply must be directly connected to the screw terminal.

Bronson WTI Series

To run the Bronson WTI on its full capacity, the output must be connected directly to the screw terminal.

Power switch

All models from the WTI series come with two ON/OFF switches, one for 110V and another for 230V input.

By pushing the switch up, the input voltage will be defined: 

  • the 230V switch will have the converter operate in step-down mode;

  • the 110V switch will have the converter operate in step-up mode.

Bronson WTI Series

The power LED will light up green once one of the switches is turned into the ON position. 

Overload protection

All the models are equipped with circuit breakers in case the converter gets overloaded from the connected appliance(s).

Bronson WTI Series

Overheating protection

All models have a cooling fan to cool the converter’s core when overheating due to heavy load. They will automatically shut down at core temperatures above 130 °C.

Safety notes

The Bronson WTI series is designed to convert AC voltage. These converters do not convert DC voltage.

The Bronson WTI 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.