List of Countries Voltages and Power Plugs

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Different countries have different power plugs and voltages. One good news is that practically all (if not all) portable computers (laptops, tablets, etc.) accept all voltage inputs. So the only adapter that we need to consider when contributing a dootronic is the power plug needed in the destination school. Unlike voltage adapters, power plugs are just mechanical, and so they are very inexpensive (between $1 and $3 typically). Because it is difficult to tell where each dootronic will be destined, the general rule is that the responsibility to acquire the power plugs falls under the recipient school and the NGO or organization which is supporting it.

In the following list you will encounter the specifications of the power plugs and voltages for each country.

in English https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mains_electricity_by_country
in German https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C3%A4nder%C3%BCbersicht_Steckertypen,_Ne...
in Spanish https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anexo:Enchufes,_voltajes_y_frecuencias_por...


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