110V or 220V

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Whiternoise, Jan 1, 2007.

  1. Whiternoise
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    I'm going to order an enamel blue DSL from PlayAsia.com, just wondering which model i'd be better off getting - 110 or 220V. I'm guessing 220 would be better for the UK - i want to get a uk charger, so getting the right voltage is fairly important (i think)??

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    -Josh-
     
  2. Harsky

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    I bought a Japanese GBA SP once from Hong Kong and I mentioned to the owner what I should use to charge it since the charger that came with it is just the 2 pin. He said that Any charger you buy in the UK will work. And he was right. Should still be the same with the DS.
     
  3. Whiternoise
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    Ah k, that was what i suspected [​IMG]

    Plus it comes with a free USB charger so that's another option.

    Cheers
     
  4. Dirtie

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    It doesn't matter what the input voltage is, the output voltage will always be DC and will always be the same - the only difference is the AC adapter you get.
     
  5. Whiternoise
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    yes it should work, cause you can choose between voltages 9, 6.3, 5 or 3 and the ds charges at ~5.2v so it'll be fine [​IMG]
     
  7. Whiternoise
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    Yay! That'll solve the problem of what to do on long coach journeys when the battery runs out!