Universal socket accepts plugs from *all countries including USA (*does NOT accept the plug from S. Africa)
Safe and fully grounded connection from input to output
CE Certified & RoHS Compliant
Max. amps up to 13A
Max. voltage up to 250V
1-Years Limited Warranty included
Note: This adapter doesn't convert voltage. It's compatible for use with dual voltage or worldwide voltage devices with input voltage range from 100-240V. If your device doesn't support the destination country's voltage then you may need to use it with an appropriate size voltage converter. Cell phone chargers such as iPad, iPhone, laptop chargers are dual voltage and are compatible with this adapter.
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Standard: The GP-12A features one universal input socket to connect a plug from almost any country in the world including the 2-prong or 3-prong N. American plugs. It is sold in a pack of 3 adapters to share with your travel companions.
The GP-12A features one universal input socket to connect a plug from almost any country in the world including the 2-prong or 3-prong N. American plugs. It is sold in a pack of 3 adapters to share with your travel companions.
The Type L plug adapter set can be used in the following countries: ITALY, URUGUAY. The plug is also found in Chile, Ethiopia, Libya, Syria (and various countries in North Africa). The input is a universal receptacle that accepts all types of connectors (Including: 2-Prong US "polarized", 3-Prong US grounded, European, UK, AUS and India plug standards. But not the large South African plug). The travel adapter set does not change the Voltage. Please check the specifications on your equipment before charging with our Italian power adapter. (example, Europe use mainly 230 Volts). Many electrical devices such as AC/DC chargers for Laptops, cameras etc. allow a multi range Voltage (110-240 Volts) and eliminate the need of a Voltage converter. Sometimes electrical device have a switch for either 120 or 230 Volts (remember to set back!). Please check the specifications on your equipment. Powering a 120 Volts device with 230 Volts can destroy the equipment and cause fire.