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2000 Watt Step Down transformer

Quick Overview

For USA devices 2000 watts or less.

Part No: SD110-2000A

Weight: 12.00 KG

Availability: In stock

This Transformer will allow your USA device to run on Australian Power. 

It changes 240 volts down to 110 volts.

This Step Down is for appliances 2000 watts or less


Protect your US appliance - buy a Step Down that is guaranteed safe:
tick.gif All stepdowns come with a 1 Year Money Back Warranty
tick.gif Designed to protect your USA device
tick.gif Unlike others, our step downs are designed to run continuously 24/7read why important

tick.gif The Tortech difference - the power saving, high efficiency toroidal transformer inside

tick.gif Quality casing & included Safety Fuse protection

tick.gif This new range is lighter & more compact

tick.gif Strong Carry handle, Enclosed and strong metal construction rubber feet

tick.gif Thermal overload in the winding of the transformer

tick.gif Suitable for USA devices from 110v-120v

tick.gif Thermally tested to Australian Standard AS/NZS61558



Unit Details:
  •  Converts Voltage down from 240 volt to 110/120 volt US
  •  Fully enclosed unit with a white powder coated finish
  •  Fuse protected
  •  Auto transformer contruction
  •  2000VA Rating
  •  2 power outlets
  •  Part Number sd110-2000A

  • If you are unsure about what stepdown you will need please check these questions:

  • What is the total watts used by the appliances that is to be connected to the Transformer?Total watts are less than or equal to the VA rating of the below transformer needed
  • Does your appliance have a motor*?
  • If a motor is included then this increases power usage from the stepdown - so a 25% extra buffer must be added to the watt requirement
  • Does your appliance have a mechanical timing device? If so, how critical is this timing device? If a timing device is included the speed of the device may change due to the frequency change, 60Hz to 50Hz.
  • If you know Amps of your device then watts required= Amps x 110v (eg 5Amps x 115 = 575 watts)
  • Do you wish to use multiple appliances from one stepdown?
  • check total watts of all devices, this must be less than the VA rating of the stepdown & you will need a USA Power board to run multiple devices. (see our ebay store)
  • If still unsure please contact us to work out which Step Down you will need

Will your stepdowns run 24 hours Continuously?  Why is this an important  difference between yours and others?

Tortech stepdown transformers are rated at a continuous rating.This means the transformers are  designed to run at full rating as designated for a 24 hour continuously. Unlike others we do not deceive customers by  offering a short time rated rating, where  the transformer can not operate for periods longer then an hour  at maximum rating. 

For Example: A 2000w stepdown that runs for 1 hour at 2000w and then drops to 1400w rating continuous after.  This is a very important difference between Tortech units and we believe it is  false advertising to offer otherwise.  All Tortech stepdowns are guaranteed to  run at maximum rate continuously.

Qn: What makes your stepdowns much safer then others?

We use 2 methods of safety protection with our transformers:

1) Our Transformers use a fuse for short circuit protection and overload current conditions. This is to handle a very large increase in overload current.

2) Inbuilt thermal over load protection is the second method of protection with every enclosed transformer. This prevents the transformer from over heating.The transformer has incorporated into the primary circuit, a thermal overload switch which monitors the internal temperature of the toroidal transformer. 

Qn: Why do your transformers have much more energy efficient idle power (power when not in use) then others?

 The reason the Tortech range(>100va ratings) has such low idle current and idle watts loss is due to the core construction of the toroidal transformer magnetic core. The toroidal transformer uses better quality core steel (grain orientated silicon steel) that has lower losses than conventional EI transformers . 

 Click here see the energy efficiency ratings calculations of our transformer Idle/no load currents.

As Featured on - read the Independent review of our Stepdowns

Note: Please note that this unit is not designed for Japanese Devices. Please see this page


Quality standards

CTick Approved


Plugging in your USA device with ease:



Inside is the quality Toroidal  transformer  thermal overload & 24/7 operation


 Strong riveted carry handles


 Side Safety Fuse protection 240v side

+ handy on/off switch with LED


2 spare slow blow fuses included


1.8m Aussie power lead on the back

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Question: Hi wondering whether this product would be suitable for our blender that, according to manufacturer specs, generates 1200 watts & 11.5amps 26 Jun, 2014
Answer: Hello Matt, If the blender consumes about 1200 watts and 11.5 amps, on start up it will consume about 25% more (1500w). We would suggest the 2000w step down transformer for the blender.
Question: Would a 2000W transformer be OK for a Cuisinart CSO-300 Combo Steam and Convection Oven: 120 Volt 1680Watts (doesn't show Amps). 21 Oct, 2014
Answer: Yes you are correct the 2000w stepdown transformer would be required here
  1. I HAVE THE POWER! Review by Wyld Wolf

    I am slowly amassing a very basic hobby laboratory setup to make an appreciative use of my workjing knowledge of chemistry for edu-tainment of my nieces and nephews. one such piece of equipment that is necessary is a magnetic hot plate stirring device. i have one, but it is american. when i first bought it, i figured a simple plug adaptor would work. no it wouldnt. thinking i had overloaded and killed the device i let it sit in silence gathering dust. until a week ago. i ordered this magnificent piece of equipment a week ago. and a week later it arrived. plugged it in, switched it on. both the lab device and the transformer are fully operational.

    worth, EVERY cent! (Posted on 18/03/16)

  2. top quality product Review by scott

    I purchased a stud gun welder from U*S & this transformer powers it no worries thanks saved aheap of doe (Posted on 22/11/14)

  3. thank-you tortech Review by Glen

    Lets face it, electrical goods are so much cheaper in the United States but finding a reliable step down transformer to allow those products to work in Australia is challenging. After many burn outs and failed units I finally
    found Tortech. Their reliable, well built transformers deliver output that is constant and uninterrupted, even in with most demanding environments.
    I run heavy power tools, ice cream machines and large kitchen mixers with no issues at all. A good quality Australian product"
    Glen (Posted on 6/06/14)

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Please use our handy Step-down calculator to determine the correct rating of Stepdown Transformer (please wait for it to load.)

If you know the Watts of your device simply add in the Input Watts W of your device and press enter on keyboard.

If you know the Amps of your device , please put in the Input Amps A and Volts V and press the Update button below.

Note if you device has a motor tick the motor Box

Note: 120v , 115v , 110v for USA devices, 100v for Japan, 220v for Europe

You can also see our handy guide table at the bottom of the page with many USA devices makes and models and the common stepdowns recommended.


Watch Video - choosing the right stepdown transformer: 


Please Check these important 5 questions before purchasing your step down transformer:

1. What is the total watts used by appliances to be connected to the Transformer?

Select from our Step downs transformers based on how many watts your device uses. 

Choose the transformer rated above your devices watts usage.

E.g: Playstation 3 uses 380 Watts so you need the 500 watt rated stepdown transformer.

2. Does your appliance have a motor ?

If a motor is included then you should select a stepdown rating approx 25% higher than your motor as a buffer.  

Motors have a higher power use on the stepdowns and startup currents which need to be allowed for.

Most motors have a rating plate on them with their Power and Amperage rating.

3. Does your appliance have a mechanical timing device? 

If so, how critical is this timing device?The Transformer cannot change the Frequency. It is 50Hz

If a timing device is included the speed of the device may change due to the frequency change, 60Hz to 50Hz (eg old clocks, motors / fans/microwaves ) Most modern electronic devices should not be affected. Read more about frequency


Running a 5200 Vitamix on our stepdown:

4. Do you know the Amps of your device? - is so you can calculate the watts required:

Calculated as Watts = Amps x 110Volts  (eg 5 A x 110 V = 550 watts)


5. Do you wish to use multiple appliances from one stepdown?

Check total watts of all devices this must be less than the VA (Watt) rating of the stepdown & get a US Powerboard. 

Still Not sure which Stepdown you will need?  see our detailed guide table at the bottom of this page

You may also  contact us with your reply to above questions & we will advise the unit that is required.


Note: Always look at the INPUT POWER rating - often underneath the bottom of your product on a spec label.

USA Equipment is identified as 110v, 115v , 120v  (requires a USA stepdown)    

Japan 100V (requires a Japan stepdown ) or 110V  

European 220v (requires a Euro stepdown)

Wattage - you need to check the Input Power Rating label on their Product  for the Watts (W) or the Amps (A) figures.If you see the HP (horse power) for a motor multiply it be 746 for watts then add 25% for motor.

See here for answers to other common questions.


Running a US amplifier from our 100w stepdown transformer

If you can't find the power details in the manual the most accurate way is to look at the spec label under your USA appliance to identify the Input Watts or Amps:


Some examples:


Label under the Kitchen aid (or in the manual)


Specs at the back of a US Playstation 3 (not slim):



On Your Cordless / Fast Charger

look at the power specs on the charger base:

Vitamix - Look at the Amps A behind the machine:


Dyson (Look under the Vacuum cleaner):


Appliances with power supply units

look at the power supply label Eg: XBOX

The Following is a General Guide to Products and their Power requirements and which Stepdown is needed.

Note: this is A General Guide Only and you should always check your particular device input amps or watts.

Products  Stepdown Transformer commonly needed

NES: 9 watts
Super NES: 10 watts
Nintendo 64: 19 watts
GameCube: 39 watts
Nintendo Wii: 45 watts
PlayStation 3 Slim: 96 watts

Clock radio 4 watts

100w stepdown

Desktop PC 380-600watts
PlayStation 3: 200-380 watts

Playstation 4 2.1A, or 252W maximum.

Xbox 360 Elite (2007): 185 watts
Xbox 360: 187 watts
XBOX 360 - 160 watts
Average PC: 118 watts
DirecTV HR20 DVR: 33 watts
Average plasma: 301 watts
Average LCD (standard): 111 watts
Average LCD (LED): 101 watts
50-56" Plasma television 191-474 watts
50-56" LCD television 210-322 watts
50-56" DLP television 150-206 watts
42" Plasma television 188-464 watts
42" LCD television 91-236 watts
32" LCD television 98-156 watts
19" CRT television 55-90 watts

300- 500w stepdown
Brother Sewing Machines 100w Stepdown
Small electronics  ipods/mobiles etc 50-250watts 100w stepdown
Amplifiers  / Home theatre systems 500-1000w stepdown
Hair Straightners 1000 - 1500w
Hair Dryers 1500- 2000W
Drills - Makita , Dewalt  300 w stepdown (because faster charger draws alot of current)

Nutribullet Pro 900 Series 900W motor

Nutri Bullet NBR-12 600-Watt motor

Nutri Ninja BL480 1000w

1500w stepdown

 1000w stepdown

 1500w stepdowm

Laptops and PCs 200-500W 500 w stepdown

Cuisinart PowerEdge 1000 Watt Blender. CBT-100


 1500w stepdown


KitchenAid Mixers:

All Artisans series use the 500w stepdown transformer






 Most of the professional series need 1000w stepdown transformer


New Kitchen aid 7 Quart Stand Mixer  series
KSM7990WH   1.3 hp motor (Max 1212) watts

7 Series Quart Mixers need the 1500w stepdown

KitchenAid Food Processors:

KFPM770 KFPM750 KFP0711 KFP1333ER KFPW760OB  KFP0922CU

KSM7990WH  has a 1.3 hp DC motor = 969w + 25% for motor = 1212 watt max - needs 1500w stepdown
 1000w stepdown transformer

1500w stepdown
4-slot Toaster 1440 watts 1500w stepdown

Jiffy Steam mops 2000J Steamers 1500W+(1300w)

1500- 2000W stepdown
Vacuums ~1500 -2000 watts


The Dyson DC39 Allergy uses 11amps - can use 1500w stepdown.

Most other Dyson models consume about 12amps

12 x 110 = 1320 + 25% (motor startup) = max  1650 watts best use the 2000w stepdown

2000w stepdown needed for models :

DC 41 Animal Complete   DC 41 Animal  DC 40 Multi floor  DC 33 Multi floor
DC 28 Animal  DC 25 Multi Floor  DC 24 Animal 12 Amps   DC 24 Multi Floor
2000 W stepdown
Expresso Maker 900- 1400 watts 1000- 1500w stepdown
VitaMix Blenders

All have powerful motors need to add 25% to watts to account for startup surge

Vitamix 5200  11.5 ampsx 110 + 25%  = max 1581 watts

Vitamix 500 Blender Specs: 120Volts, 60HZ, 11.5 Amps = max 1581 watts

VitaMix Pro 750 Specs: 120Volts, 60HZ, 12 Amps = max 1718 watts

Pro 300 120Volts, 60HZ, 12 Amps   = max 1718 watts

Vita-Mix® Professional CIA Series & Pro 200 Blenders 120Volts, 60HZ, 11.5 Amps (~1400 Watts)

Vita Prep 3 new models

(although it says 12.5 amp Not true max power! 3HP motor   3 x 746w = 2238w 

2000W Stepdown








2400W stepdown

Artograph Super Prism Projectors ( 2 bulbs)

Artograph Prism

1000W stepdown
Most treadmills  (up to 15 amps) over 15 amps 2000w stepdown 2400w stepdown

Power tools

Drop saw /circular saws


1500- 2000W stepdown

Warranty policy:

Products sold by Tortech come with a standard warranty period of 1 Year.
To confirm the warranty period see the category page description.
Note: We offer local servicing from our Sydney based office.
If you transformer is not working please check fuse & if needed replace the fuse before returning unit.
Exchanges and non-faulty returns have a restocking fee. See our returns policy for further information.