Apple iPad 10W USB Power Adapter
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What type of power adapter and supplies do we need for use of charging in Great Britain (from the U.S.) for the stronger voltage in their outlets ?
- Asked by Steve R from Palatine
2 Answers from the Community
Generally, every Apple branded power adapter is designed to work on single-phase AC power between 100 and 240 volts, 50 to 60 cycles per second, coming from regular wall outlets in just about every country around the world. That includes Apple power adapters for laptops, iPads, iPods and iPhones. The adapter will have a printed label to confirm this. Mac desktops and Airport and Time Capsule wireless equipment also have capability built in to handle the same range of voltages and AC frequencies. To find the right country adapter to plug in your U.S. power cord, do an Internet search of "voltages around the world." Most U.S. electronics stores sell adapter kits. Adapters are also readily available in similar stores abroad.
- Answered by Wayne L from Darien
Hi, just bring your what you normally use to charge your ipad the charger that came in the box will work fine here (it can use between 100 and 140 volts), you can buy adaptors here to make them fit our sockets.
- Answered by Shane B