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support both 110v and 240v power supply?

asked on February 25, 2013

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The AC Adapter reads Input: 100-240V~50/60Hz 1.0A. Ditto James Hall. Works fine on American circuitry, 110V. No mentions of anything else.
Michael B. Karpilow answered on February 26, 2013
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My adapter says 110-240V
Jason Chiu answered on November 4, 2014
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The power supply that comes with the router is localized for the country where it is sold. The USA version power supply supports 110-240v.
Eric Hagerstrom answered on March 2, 2013
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Like most routers, it has an external transformer and actually runs on 12VDC. The transformer that came with mine will only adapt 110VAC down to 12VDC. If you buy this in a country that runs 220VAC, it is possible they will include a suitable transformer. Otherwise, you could probably find a transformer that will take … see more Like most routers, it has an external transformer and actually runs on 12VDC. The transformer that came with mine will only adapt 110VAC down to 12VDC. If you buy this in a country that runs 220VAC, it is possible they will include a suitable transformer. Otherwise, you could probably find a transformer that will take 220VAC down to 12VDC, or hack something together from an old transformer and the supplied transformer's plug and cable. see less Like most routers, it has an external transformer and actually runs on 12VDC. The transformer that came with mine will only adapt 110VAC down to 12VDC. If you buy this in a country that runs 220VAC, it is possible they will include a suitable transformer. Otherwise, you could probably find a transformer that will take 220VAC down to 12VDC, or hack something together from an old transformer and the supplied transformer's plug and cable.
Andrew G. Hammond answered on February 28, 2013
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No, just 110 volt. I see nothing that supports 220 volt.
CVFD F/P answered on February 25, 2013
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The plugin that comes with the router is 110v, and nothing in the manual says anything about adapting to 240v. You might want to talk to an electrician about making sure you have a proper 110v outlet to plug this router into. If you have that, you'll be very happy with the router.
JamesHall answered on February 25, 2013
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110 volt only
Ed answered on February 25, 2013
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