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Yo yo input voltage

Message #1 - Posted 2004/01/09 - Steven Fisher

Will the yo yo-type adapter work with 220 volts? I can't really read the writing on it...

"Any sufficiently advanced stupidity is indistinguishable from malice."

Message #2 - Posted 2004/01/09 - Tom Harrington

Previously, Steven Fisher wrote:

Will the yo yo-type adapter work with 220 volts? I can't really read the writing on it...

I've got one right here that says it handles 100-240V at 50-60Hz. That's been typical of Apple power supplies for years, so it's probably true of yours as well.

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Message #3 - Posted 2004/01/09 - Steven Fisher

Tom Harrington wrote:

Previously, Steven Fisher wrote:

Will the yo yo-type adapter work with 220 volts? I can't really read the writing on it...

I've got one right here that says it handles 100-240V at 50-60Hz. That's been typical of Apple power supplies for years, so it's probably true of yours as well.

After I read your reply I looked again and eventually found it. Reading the writing on it is all in lighting angles. Thanks. :)

"Any sufficiently advanced stupidity is indistinguishable from malice."

Message #4 - Posted 2004/01/11 - Ron Parsons

Previously, Steven Fisher wrote:

Tom Harrington wrote:

Previously, Steven Fisher wrote:

Will the yo yo-type adapter work with 220 volts? I can't really read the writing on it...

I've got one right here that says it handles 100-240V at 50-60Hz. That's been typical of Apple power supplies for years, so it's probably true of yours as well.

After I read your reply I looked again and eventually found it. Reading the writing on it is all in lighting angles. Thanks. :)

As a confirmation, I used mine in London with no problems.

Ron

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