Do I need a power converter from America to Trinidad?

Answer According to Adaptelec, the international electrical specialists, Trinidad electrical outlets are similar to those in the United States. An adapter usually isn't necessary. If the electrical plug n... Read More »

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Do I need a power converter in Trinidad?

The island of Trinidad's power operates at 115 volts and 60 hertz with most outlets accepting a standard North American plug. If you are coming from the U.S. or Canada, your electrical equipment sh... Read More »

Can I use a voltage converter in North America to power 220/240 volts?

You can use a converter to power a device to 220/240 volts in North America. Electronics with low amps, such as lamps and toasters, can use a small converter, as can computers and other electronics... Read More »

What does the power converter on my rv do?

A power converter changes AC electricity to DC electricity. It is attached to the circuit breakers or fuse box, depending on the RV model. Most RVs come with power converters installed, but if a un... Read More »

Do I need a power converter in Jamaica?

Electricity in Jamaica is either 110 volts or 220 volts. Electricity in the United States is 110 volts. Therefore, unless your electrical appliance is rated to work between 110 and 220 volts, it is... Read More »