For 110V/120V Devices, Newest Upgraded Converter When Americans travel to nations that use 220-240V voltage, they can use 2-prong AC converter sockets to reduce the foreign voltage from 220-240V to 110V or 120V. These devices include steam irons, electric kettles, Conair/BabylissPro hair styling tools (hair straighteners, flat irons, and curling irons, except for Dyson), and hair dryers.
All Dual Voltage Travel Devices 10A Adapter In every country, the 3-prong adapter socket can be used with dual voltage (100-240V) devices, including cell phones, cameras, iPads, laptops, hair tools (hair dryers, straighteners, flat irons, curling irons, hair clippers, and electric shavers), CPAP machines, and electric toothbrushes.
International Compatibility & Smart Dual USB Almost all USB charging devices, including digital cameras, Sony, Nokia, HTC, LG, Huawei, ZTE, and Samsung Galaxy models, are compatible with dual USB ports (DC 5V/ 2.4a). global plugs that handle 10A maximum each: US, EU, UK, and AU include more than 190 nations, including Mexico, Thailand, Vietnam, Bali, Cambodia, Germany, Japan, China, Korea, India, Italy, Brazil, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, among others.
✵ Alternating current (AC) used by appliances in the United States normally ranges from 110 to 130 volts. However, 220 - 240 volts are used in the majority of nations around the world. Use a converter if your appliance can only operate between 110 and 130 volts.
✵ A power converter is one of the most crucial items to pack while visiting Europe because the wall plugs differ significantly from those in the United States. Due to the high cost of power in Europe, hotel rooms don't have as many outlets as they do in the United States.