What kind of plug is used in Cambodia?

Will US plugs work in Cambodia?

In Cambodia the standard voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. You cannot use your electric appliances in Cambodia without a voltage converter, because the standard voltage in Cambodia (230 V) is higher than in the United States of America (120 V).

What countries use plug type F?

The Type F plug is used for currents up to 16 A.

Used in countries:

Afghanistan 220V 50Hz Power socket: Type C, Type F
Andorra 230V 50Hz Power socket: Type C,Type F
Armenia 230V 50Hz Power socket: Type C, Type F
Aruba 127V 60Hz Power socket: Type A, Type B, Type F
Austria 230V 50Hz Power socket: Type C, Type F

What plugs are used in Southeast Asia?

Plugs and Electrical Information for Common Destinations

Country Plug(s) Voltage
Asia and Southeast Asia
China A,C,I 220 V
India and Nepal C,D,M 230 V
Indonesia C,F 110 V, 220 V

Do us plugs work in Vietnam?

If you’re travelling to Vietnam from the US then we recommend bringing a plug adapter for Vietnam as American Type A or B power outlets might not typically be found. As the voltage is different in Vietnam use a power converter if your device isn’t dual voltage, also check that it is compatible with a 50hz power outlet.

What does a Type D plug look like?

The Type D electrical plug is also known as the Old British Plug. It has three large round pins in a triangular configuration, and may be found in countries that were originally electrified by the British.

Are Type E and F plugs the same?

The Type F plug and outlet is much like the Type E, except it has two earth clips on the side rather than a female earth contact. It is commonly known as a “Schuko” plug, from the invented German word “Schukostecker” which means “protective contact plug.

Is Singapore plug same as UK?

Yes it’s exactly the same. Voltage, pins and everything. Anything bought for the UK works as is in Singapore for electrical supply.

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