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  • gracetandil

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    I have a Sony Cybershot. It has a battery charger which shows this sign: 100v - 240v.
    Could I use it in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand?
    The battery charger is not inside the camera, it´s separated. I hope I am clear with the explanation.
    Thank you.

    #1 Posted: 30/6/2009 - 19:50

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  • Rufus

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    Location Laos
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    Yes you can.

    #2 Posted: 1/7/2009 - 08:12

  • BruceMoon

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    gracetandil

    The charger merely works faster when plugged into 240v, while at 'normal' speed at 110v.

    Cheers

    #3 Posted: 3/7/2009 - 16:29

  • BruceMoon

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    And, the same principle applies to phone chargers. As long as they will accept 240v charging, they WILL charge at 110volts (but slower).

    Cheers

    #4 Posted: 5/7/2009 - 06:18

  • jess_25

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    10th August, 2012
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    Hello gracetandil and future travellers,

    I've checked the power voltage in these 4 countries, which ranges from 220-240V. Thus, you can use your charger.

    #5 Posted: 8/9/2012 - 11:38

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