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Re: Question from UK about US voltage

 
 
DaveJ
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      07-10-2003

"Rudolf Schwarzkopf-Zskai" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Sorry if this has been asked here recently - does anybody know if I can
> charge my Fujifilm MX1700 when I'm on holiday in US? Do I need something
> that will transform the voltage, something more than a straightforward
> travel adaptor I'd use in Europe?
> Many thanks.
> --
> Rudolf - Nottingham UK - www.voguehouse.co.uk
>
>

Won't work if it's the original Fuji charger - this is 220v only - worth
looking for a newer 5v charger, most modern ones cover 100-250v. I've
successfully used a Compaq PDA charger - anything with a regulated 5v
centre-positive output 1.5Amp or better should be ok (and as others have
said, you'll need a travel adapter for the US).

regards,
DaveJ.


 
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