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Tips Charger Support doubt

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by gunzzer, Dec 26, 2012.

  1. gunzzer

    gunzzer Lurker
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    Hi all....

    i got a new Nexus 7 HSPA+ from US... can i use the charger in the box in India....

    the following are the details of input and output given on the charger.

    Input:- 100-240v`50/60Hz 0.3A

    Output 5.0v-_-_-_2.0A

    Do you think if i directly plug in to the socket will cause a problem to the tab??

    Thanks in Advance.... Please help me...:):):)
     

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  2. gbynum

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    The web suggests that India uses 230V 50Hz which is in the specified input range for the charger in the box. If it has the US plug, you will need an inexpensive adapter, about $2 in the US via eBay or Amazon, likely at many electronics shops in India. A transformer is not needed.
     

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