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Computer Power Supply ? 2009/1/1 14:05
I just bought a power supply in Akihabara and when I opened it I noticed a sticker on it saying "Adjusted to 100V."

My question is does that mean the power supply has been adjusted to work for only ~100V?

Or is it still a standard power supply and will work in a place like South Korea where the voltage is ~220V?
by Ross  

100v 2009/1/1 20:08
It most probably means it's only 100V. You can check by looking at the back. If it's both, then there will be a switch that allows you to change from 100V(usually says 110V) and 240V.
by Sandy rate this post as useful

Reply 2009/1/4 10:59
Most likely is ONLY 100V. I've been around Aki & Namba (Osaka), if it's meant for 110 & 220 V, then usually it's stated the range. If not, then it's only for 100V.
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