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Electricity

СНПЧ А7 Ульяновск, обзоры принтеров и МФУ

The electrical sockets (outlets) in Bhutan usually supply electricity between 220 and 240 volts AC. If you're plugging in an appliance that was built for 220-240 volt electrical input, or an appliance that is compatible with multiple voltages, then an adapter is all you need.

If not, you are advised to bring a voltage converter adapter for your appliances.
Below are the 3 different types of electrical sockets found in Bhutan. The sockets might be different from place to place. It is still advisable to bring an adapter with you.

Electrical Appliances Voltage Compatibility

Laptop computer

Usually 100-240V, 50/60 HZ, auto-switching.

Mobile Phone

Usually comes with a charger that is 100-240V compatible.

PDA / Blackberry etc

Usually comes with a charger that is 100-240V compatible.

Digital Camera

Usually comes with a charger that is 100-240V compatible.

Electric Shaver

Usually comes with a charger that is 100-240V compatible, expect US or Canadian

corded electric shavers.

IPod

Comes with different charger. Ensure the charger is 100-240V compatible. If not, a

voltage converter is required.

Hair Dryer

Higher-end models might have a switch between voltages. If not, a voltage

converter is required.