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Buck Boosters

Tanning bed buck boosters are transformers that adjust the electrical voltage in two ways ensuring that your equipment stays in good condition much longer. It derives its name from the two actions it performs - bucking and boosting. When tanning bed buck boosters buck, they decrease the flow of electricity into the equipment while increasing the flow of energy when it boosts.

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This electronic equipment enables tanning beds to perform optimally. Because tanning beds and other tanning salon equipment are sensitive, tanning bed buck boosters normaliz the flow of energy to ensure that each piece of equipment receives the required voltage. The average voltage requirement should be below 230 VAC and tanning bed buck boosters are required for the proper performance of tanning beds.

You can find the voltage requirements in the tanning bed manuals or on the tanning bed plug. Tanning bed buck boosters are categorized using kilovolt amperes or KVA. 2nd Sun Tan offers buck boosters ranging between .50 and 3.0 KVA. To determine the KVA rating of your tanning equipment, you can use the formula KVA = amperes X volt/1000.

You can find the ampere and voltage on the tanning bed plug or its manual. After that, subtract the KVA from the line voltage and divide the difference by the high voltage.For example, the tanning bed has 220 volts and 20 amperes, the product of which is 4400. When you divide that by 1000, you get 4.4 KVA. Given that the line voltage is 242 and you divide it by 220, you get 22. Then, divide the answer by the high voltage resulting in .0909. Lastly, multiply .0909 and 4.4KVA and you will get .39. Round it off up to .50 since this is the lowest available KVA for buck boosters.

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