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I'm from Canada and we are definetly 110 here.

I brought my Sony Hi-8 VDO camer 2 years in a row and had no problems using their 220 to charge it. However on my last trip out I luged

my heavy heavy 74 Fender Deluxe Reverb guitar amplifier all the way to Ko Samui to give it to a

Thai friend. And the minute we pluged it in "POOF"

a loud noise and lots of smoke.

I honestly think you would be ok with a charging device as its nature is to adjust curent flows

and hopefully someone more experienced with telephones will give you a more direct answer.

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cg,

220 volts, 50 cycle.

Regards, JEff

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Originally posted by CGHOLLAND:

I want to take my telephone adapter to thai...do they have 110 or 220 volts....all info received in grattitude

cgholland from holland

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Wrong Wrong Wrong

It is 240 Volts 50 Hz (British Ziggies not Yank), but with any power supply / charging device it dosn't matter, they are all self regulating.

For the record 3-Phase is 415V not 380V

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..but with any power supply / charging device it dosn't matter, they are all self regulating.

I hate to stir the turd here, but if you're coming from the US, the power supply might not be self-regulating.

The self-regulating ones have a notation akin to Input: 110~220 Volts, 50~60 Cycles, or something like that. A lot of the US-made supplies will only support an input of 110 Volts, so it pays to check, otherwise you might have another Fender Amp magma thingy.

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