Time Capsule voltage

Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by squaremon, Mar 4, 2008.

  1. squaremon macrumors regular

    squaremon

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    Hi,
    I notice that TC voltage supports from 100v-240v
    The thing is my TC power cord said 125v which is US stardard
    Im leaving the country for awhile and the voltage there is 220v.
    does that mean I have to get a new power cord for TC? :confused:
    Thanks
     
  2. clayj macrumors 604

    clayj

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    You won't need a new power cord, but you will probably need an adapter to allow your TC's US power cord to plug into a foreign socket.
     
  3. squaremon thread starter macrumors regular

    squaremon

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    im not worry about the socket. but the power cord said 125v, not sure is its suitable for 220v input
     
  4. thalmaha macrumors newbie

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    Did it work?

    Hi,
    I bought a time capsule in Canada (110V) and now need to use it in Sri Lanka (240V).....as a previous user noted, the cable i got was 110V so i am nervous about plugging it in in Sri Lanka. Do you know if simply using hte adaptor to enable the plug to fit in here in Sri Lanka was the solution to this problem?
    Thanks!
     

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