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The unit of power is not amps. you should use Watt. as far as I understand you question, you want a 100 watt supply with volts vary from 1 to 220 volts. The output power we can calculate by using formula P=VI so you can vary current and volt to get desire output power. To vary current and Voltage you can use transformer.

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On 1/26/2022 at 10:57 AM, M Salman Sarwar Khan said:

The unit of power is not amps. you should use Watt. as far as I understand you question, you want a 100 watt supply with volts vary from 1 to 220 volts. The output power we can calculate by using formula P=VI so you can vary current and volt to get desire output power. To vary current and Voltage you can use transformer. cuphead

Are there any reputable transformer brands you can recommend to me?  

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