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US power adaptor "real" input voltage: 100 - 120V or 100 -240V?

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Post time 2023-11-12 00:10:40 | Show all posts |Read mode
Edited by max333 at 2023-11-13 07:38

Hi

Could someone from Beelink clarify an important detail about the input voltage of the US power adaptor of the SER6 Max?

On the adaptor, the label states "100 - 120V".

However, the following GTR7 thread on the Beelink forum seems to suggest that it is in fact "100 - 240V", notwithstanding the "100 - 120V" label.
https://forum.bee-link.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=87212&extra=page%3D1

Excerpt:
"However the US plug I am told is 110-240v, just cannot print on the power supply because the mode made well before as 100-120v but infact is 110-240v for all power supply."

In other words, can a "100 - 120V" power adaptor be safely used on a "100 - 240V" power circuit?

Thanks!

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Post time 2023-11-13 09:30:19 | Show all posts
hello, yes, 100-120v power adapter could be used on a 100-240V  power circuit. Hope it helps, Have a nice day!
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