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Outlet Plugs

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Outlet Plugs

Does anyone know what kind of outlet plugs Chile, especially Easter Island, uses?

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1. Re: Outlet Plugs

Chile uses 2 and 3 round pin plugs. They are similar to those used in Europe. The voltage is 220. It is very easy to find a converter for North American plugs.

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2. Re: Outlet Plugs

What kind of stuff do you need to run? As the above said, 210-230Vish here depending on attempts to control the cost of electricity.

Different hertz from US, so any motorized, timed, heating element device might eventually get fried even with correct step-down transforming.

Edited: 30 October 2011, 15:12
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