I've been building a garage and have run in the lighting circuit and ring main. The garage has been designed with my car in mind which has an engine coolant heater from the states which is 110-125v and has a USA 3-pin plug on the end.
At the moment I have a table mounted transformer converting 240 to 110 volts. I plug the US cable into this which then powers the coolant heater and it works great apart from taking up space on the worktop.
What I want to do is get rid of the 110 transformer and run a new cable from the consumer unit, terminating in a 110v US plug socket.
Obviously at some point in the cable I have to change the voltage from 240v to 110v.
How can I do this? I need a minimum of 110-125v 2000w.
Can I use a yellow 110v transformer box along the way? I would prefer something more subtle that can be placed in the timber studwork either by the consumer unit or the US socket.
Can anyone help?