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- Input Voltage: AC 110~240V 50/60Hz
- Output Voltage: 1~20V(Adjustment) DC 15V 1.5A
- Rating Current: 0~1.5A
- Storage Temperature: -20 ~ +85 ℃
- Operating Temperature: -20 ~ +45 ℃
- Relative Humidity: 5%~95%
- Shell: Top steel
- Output Power: 28W
- Overload Voltage Protection: 120%Min
- Overload Current Protection: 120%Min
- Output Voltage Accuracy: 5%
- Bidding on a top of the line dual Professional Tattoo Kit
- Digital display of this Professional Tattoo Kit allows you to fine any gun
- Fully digital design of this Professional Tattoo Kit allows you to set the perfect voltage
- It shows 3 crucial settings voltage, speed of machine
- It has the precision breadboard and high-tech electronic components
- You can use tow machines at the same time with this Complete Tattoo Kit
- All the time you can save having both machines powered up
- Digital Tattoo Machine Power Supply. Now you can connect both your liner and shader to the power supply with a simple flip of a switch
- Power supply cable. With this Tattoo Machine Kit, you can connect both your liner and shader to the power supply and with a simple flip of a switch
- Digital display allows you to fine any gun. You determine which one powers on. The fully digital design allows you to set the perfect voltage
- Fully digital design allows you to set the perfect voltage. The complete tattoo kits are very easy to remove and carry for its compact size and light weight
About Tattoo Power Supplies:
- Tattoo machines were originally an invention of Thomas Edison, and they were patented in 1876 in the United States. The first machine was designed for engraving, but once it was discovered that it could be used to inject ink into the skin that became a more common usage. At that point there were no power supplies for tattoos and they had to be created manually, usually with sharpened sticks or needles dipped in ink. The more modern tattoo power supplies use electromagnets to control the depth of the needle, the speed at which it moves and the strength of the overall application
- A tattoo power supply is designed to drive a needle that will inject ink into the dermis (the second layer) of a person's skin. If the ink does not go deep enough the tattoo will fade easily and the end result will be poor. If the ink is injected too deeply it will be inflict pain on the client. Knowing how to set the power supply so that it drives the needle just deep enough is a vital skill for the tattooist, as is being able to adjust the power supply so that the needle moves quickly enough to avoid dragging across the skin as the tattoo artist is working
- There are several different tattoo power supplies on the market today. They can cost as little as $40 or as much as several hundred, depending on the brand of power supply and the options available. If a tattooist wants to have more control over the movement of the needle, he will need to get a power supply that allows for controlling the voltage, generally with a knob. Voltage, speed, follow-through and duty are all options that can be controlled on the more expensive tattoo power supplies, and they are designed to be used in any country without worry over the voltage changes that can plague other appliances. Some power supplies also come with foot pedals and clip cords, but these often have to be purchased separately
- It is commonly believed by those who are just getting into tattooing as a business that most power supplies are the same and that the cheaper ones will do just fine. This is not necessarily the case, however, as the less expensive machines generally offer fewer options for control of the depth and speed of the needle. This can result in too much pain for the client and ink that is not deep enough and therefore fades quickly. The skin can also be torn by tattooists who overwork the tattoo, and that usually comes from going back over the tattoo too many times, which can be a product of a power supply that does not adjust well and drags across the skin
- If a person plans to be a respected tattoo artist, buying the least expensive power supply and trying to make it work is generally a poor choice. The less expensive power supplies can wear out quickly and cause the needle they power to sink too deeply or not sink deeply enough. Tattoo artists should take the time to research power supplies, make sure what they need and want in the way of controls and only purchase from a reputable dealer
- 1 x Voltage Regulator
- 1 x Power Cord
- 1 x Foot Switch
- 1 x Clip Cord
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