Laptops That Use 220V?

Answer Virtually all modern laptop computers (including those with internal power supplies) will handle a range of 100 to 240 volts; however, the prongs on the power supply may not fit into the outlet. Th... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Laptops That Use 220V

Can a 220V 50Hz halogen lamp be used in 220V 60Hz circuit?

I think they cant because I made aDC t AC inverter with a frequency of 60Hz but whenever I powered up my appliances all other gadgets worked fine apart from the halogen bulbs which blew all the time.

What are the consequences of running 220V-60Hz-Korean home appliances such as vacuum cleaner-toaster-coffee maker-lamps and fans on a 220V-50Hz supply in India?

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