Can you make one of these 110v toasters into a 220v? Wonder if the heating elements would work or not. I'd like to build a better tempering oven but 220v is more efficient
super clean job Dale.So I wrapped it in some ceramic refractory wool and buttoned it up ... still need to tune the PID unit but I think it’s gonna do fineView attachment 76065
I've tried cooking in one, for a number of things, and a toaster oven is pretty convenient. It helps keep the heat down during hot weather. If I can use it instead of the main oven, I'm all for it. I haven't done a whole lot of baking in mine, but my daughter uses hers for cupcakes, muffins, and small batches of cookies. Have your cake and eat it too... (baking without the extra heat from the main oven).Hi diverdale. Not sure if this is OK (Mods, feel free to delete if cross-posting is frowned upon), but here's a link to a good thread that might help answer any questions you might have.
a toaster oven
Wiring a PID for Your Tempering Toaster - Full Walk ThroughThis guide is a direct result of the help I received in this thread: https://www.bladeforums.com/threads/pid-toaster-preliminary-questions.1647527/ As with most of my DIY knife projects, I like to post a summery / tutorial when I'm finished so someone else looking to do the same thing can find...www.bladeforums.com
Yes, you can. Not sure how straight foward it'd be, though. American 240V is "split phase". It's two separate 120V legs with a common neutral wire. You could run all of the 120V electronics off of one leg or the other (best practice would be to spread the load between both legs).Can you make one of these 110v toasters into a 220v? Wonder if the heating elements would work or not. I'd like to build a better tempering oven but 220v is more efficient