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I have a prodesk 600 G1 SFF and am moving to the Philippines. There is no "red switch" for the power

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Can I just plug this directly into a 220v outlet with the proper plug in adapter?

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@Nabashalam wrote:

It says on the back  Input: 110-240 v   A: 4   Hz: 50-60

Nothing about   Operating voltage range or  Rated voltage range.


As you reported, the operating voltage range is 110V to 240 Volts, requiring 4 Amperes, with A(lternating) C(urrent) between 50 Hertz (common in Europe/Asia) and 60 Hertz (standard in North America).

 

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@Nabashalam wrote:

Can I just plug this directly into a 220v outlet with the proper plug in adapter?


In what country did you purchase the computer? 

For example, Norway (about as far away from the Philippines as you can get) uses 220V, as does your model, if purchased in the Philippines.

 

From: HP ProDesk 600 G1 Small Form Factor PC Product Specifications (Philippines)

 

Operating voltage range 90 - 264 V ac
Rated voltage range 100 - 240 V ac
Rated line frequency 50/60 Hz
Operating line frequency range 47 – 63 Hz
Rated input current 4A

 

From: HP ProDesk 600 G1 Small Form Factor PC Product Specifications (USA)

it shows the  same information.

 

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I purchased it in the USA. It is refurbished by an authorized Microsoft refurbisher.

 

It says on the back  Input: 110-240 v   A: 4   Hz: 50-60

 

Nothing about   Operating voltage range or  Rated voltage range.

 

Could be just how the refurbisher put it. It is also in Mandarin.

 

  I assumed it was good to go but you no what assume means... 😉

 

  I would hate to burn this little bad boy up... 🙂

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@Nabashalam wrote:

It says on the back  Input: 110-240 v   A: 4   Hz: 50-60

Nothing about   Operating voltage range or  Rated voltage range.


As you reported, the operating voltage range is 110V to 240 Volts, requiring 4 Amperes, with A(lternating) C(urrent) between 50 Hertz (common in Europe/Asia) and 60 Hertz (standard in North America).

 

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