Do I need a power adapter in Mexico?

Answer On One Hand: Most American Plugs Work FineThe United States, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and parts of South America use two-pronged, 110/120 volt electrical outlets. If you are traveling to Mexic... Read More »

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Do I need an electrical adapter in Mexico?

Electrical sockets in Mexico use 110 to 120 volts, the same as in the United States and Canada. However, even if the voltage range is appropriate an adapter may still be needed, as sockets/plugs in... Read More »

Do you need a power adapter in France?

If you are traveling from the United States, you will need a power adapter in France. French outlets require adapter plugs that are round with two round prongs, plus a hole that will accept the out... Read More »

What kind of power adapter do you need in amsterdam?

Located in the Netherlands, Amsterdam's electrical power runs on a 50 Hz cycle, with a voltage of 220 volts. Since power in the United States runs at 60 Hz and 110 volts, invest in an adapter with ... Read More »

If you use the wrong household AC electrical power adapter to give power to something what part of its circuit will be damaged?

This question could be understood in two different ways and both ways would make good sense! So two separate answers are given below. ANSWER 1 If the question is asking which part of a circuit woul... Read More »