ülkelere göre priz tipleri

priz tipleri

yine uzun süredir yazamıyorum, farkındayım lakin ülke değiştirme ve yerleşme faaliyetleri içindeydim. ülke ve şehir bilgilerini sonraki yazıya saklayayım
benim gibi çok seyahat eden biriyseniz gideceğiniz ülkenin kullandığı voltaj ve priz tipi konusunun önemin bilirsiniz ve bir seyahat öncesi mutlaka gidilecek ülkenin kullandığı priz tipi öğrenilir ve ona göre elektronik aletler alınır veya adaptör bulunulur.
bu yazıda da hem kendime bilgi notu olsun hem de ziyaretçi yararlansın diye tamamen kopyala yapıştır olarak ülkelere göre priz tipleri listesini yayınlamak düştü zatıâlime.
buradan kopyala yapıştır yaptığım sayfaya
buradan da başka bir alternatife ulaşabilirsiniz.


ülkelere göre priz tipleri listesi

Worldwide Electrical Outlet List

CountryVoltageFrequencyElectrical OutletComments
Afghanistan220 V50 Hz* A variety of plugs is used around the country. In Kabul, Types C and F are common. Type D may also be found in parts of Afghanistan. There are voltage variances from 160V to 280V.
Albania220 V50 Hz* Voltage may vary in Albania.
Algeria230 V50 Hz* A Type C variant may be found. It has a ground post offset about ½-inch from center.
American Samoa120 V60 Hz
Andorra230 V50 Hz
Angola220 V50 Hz
Anguilla110 V60 Hz
Antarctica220 V50 Hz
Antigua and Barbuda230 V60 Hz* In the airport area, the voltage is 110V.
Argentina220 V50 Hz* The neutral and active wires are reversed from what is used in Australia and other countries. This reversal is also found in Uruguay.
Armenia220 V50 Hz
Aruba127 V60 Hz* Around Lago Colony, the voltage is 115V.
Australia240 V50 Hz* Australian outlets are typically controlled by an adjacent switch.
Austria230 V50 Hz* Type C plugs or outlets may also be found, but they are rare.
Azerbaijan220 V50 Hz
Bahamas120 V60 Hz
Bahrain230 V50 Hz* In Awali, the voltage is 110V, frequency 60 Hz.
Bangladesh220 V50 Hz
Barbados115 VV50 Hz
Belarus220 V50 Hz
Belgium230 V50 Hz* Type C receptacles are prohibited in Belgium, but a C-style plug can be used with E and F receptacles. All double-insulated appliances are fitted with a C plug and may be used in compatible receptacles C, E, F, and narrow L.
Belize110 V / 220 V60 Hz
Benin220 V50 Hz
Bermuda120 V60 Hz
Bhutan230 V50 Hz* Type M plugs may also be found.
Bolivia220 V / 230 V50 Hz* In La Paz and Viacha, voltage is 115V.
Bosnia and Herzegovina220 V50 Hz
Botswana231 V50 Hz* Type G is also rarely found.
Brazil110 V / 220 V60 Hz* Outlets are often a combination of Type A and C, and can accept either plug. In the states of Bahia, Parana (including Curitiba), Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais, voltage found may be 127V, though 220V is probably found in hotels. Fortaleza has 240V.
British Indian Ocean Territory230 V50 Hz
British Virgin Islands220 V50 Hz
Brunei240 V50 Hz
Bulgaria230 V50 Hz* Outlets are generally Type F, but both Type C and F plugs may be found.
Burkina Faso220 V50 Hz
Burma (Myanmar)230 V50 Hz* Type G is primarily found in the better hotels. Some major hotel chains offer multipurpose outlets, which accept Australian 3-pin plugs and other types.
Burundi220 V50 Hz
Cambodia230 V50 Hz* Some outlets in Cambodia are a combination of Type A and C, and can accept either type of plug. In some hotels, Type G may be found.
Cameroon220 V50 Hz
Canada120 V60 Hz
Cape Verde220 V50 Hz
Cayman Islands120 V60 Hz
Central African Republic220 V50 Hz
Chad220 V50 Hz
Chile220 V50 Hz
China220 V50 Hz* The official plug of China is similar to Type A, but is slightly shorter and without holes in the blades. Type A and I outlets are common, and Type G may also be found.
Christmas Island240 V40 Hz
Cocos (Keeling) Islands240 V50 Hz
Colombia110 V60 Hz
Comoros220 V50 Hz
Cook Islands240 V50 Hz
Costa Rica120 V60 Hz
Croatia230 V50 Hz
Cuba110 V / 220 V60 Hz* Some outlets are a combination of Type A and C and can accept either type of plug. Most older hotels have a voltage of 110, but newer ones have 220V.
Cyprus240 V50 Hz
Czech Republic230 V50 Hz
Democratic Republic of the Congo220 V50 Hz
Denmark230 V50 Hz* Type C plugs fit into Type K receptacles, but the opposite is not true. Denmark’s connectors have standard pin diameter and spacing, but its outlets may have different housing depths which may interfere with standard adaptors.
Djibouti220 V50 Hz
Dominica230 V50 Hz
Dominican Republic110 V60 Hz* In some hotels, Type J may be found.
Ecuador120 V / 127 V60 Hz
Egypt220 V50 Hz
El Salvador115 V60 Hz
Equatorial Guinea220 V50 Hz* Voltage may vary anywhere between 150V and 175V. Outages are frequent.
Eritrea230 V50 Hz
Estonia230 V50 Hz* In older buildings, Type C may be found. Type E plugs work in both Type C and Type F outlets.
Ethiopia220 V50 Hz
Falkland Islands240 V50 Hz
Faroe Islands220 V50 Hz
Fiji240 V50 Hz
Finland230 V50 Hz
France230 V50 Hz* Type C outlets may be found in older buildings, as well as Type A (though Type A is illegal). Type C plugs are found on some appliances, and will fit Type E outlets.
French Polynesia110 V / 220 v60 Hz* All electrical outlets in French Polynesia are protected by ground fail circuit interruptors (GFCI).
Gabon220 V50 Hz
Gambia230 V50 Hz
Gaza Strip230 V50 Hz
Georgia220 V50 Hz
Germany230 V50 Hz
Ghana230 V50 Hz
Gibraltar240 V50 Hz
Greece220 V50 Hz
Greenland220 V50 Hz
Grenada230 V50 Hz
Guam110 V / 220 V60 Hz
Guatemala120 V60 Hz
Guinea220 V50 Hz
Guinea-Bissau220 V50 Hz
Guyana240 V60 Hz* Actual voltage may vary from area to area. In the capital of Georgetown, both 120V and 240V at either 50 or 60 Hz may be found, depending on the area of the city. 50 Hz is the more common.
Haiti110 V60 Hz
Holy See (Vatican City)127 V50 Hz
Honduras110 V60 Hz
Hong Kong220 V50 Hz* Type M has been replaced by Type G, but may sometimes still be found.
Hungary230 V50 Hz
Iceland230 V50 Hz
India230 V50 Hz* A variety of electrical plugs are found throughout India, so an all-around adaptor plug set is recommended. Type D is most common. Some hotels have desks and workstations which accept a variety of plug types. But no matter what type of plug, voltage in India is 230V 50 Hz.
Indonesia220 V / 230 V50 Hz* Indonesia recently converted to 220V/230V. Type G is still seen, but is not commen. Converters from Type G to Type E are available in most local hardwarde stores.
Iran230 V50 Hz
Iraq230 V50 Hz
Ireland230 V50 Hz* Type D was once common in Ireland, and may still be occasionally found.
Isle of Man240 V50 Hz
Israel230 V50 Hz
Italy230 V50 Hz* Type L plugs and outlets may have different pin size and spacing than standard. The smaller, closer pins are for a 10 A current; the bigger, wider are for 16 A. Both kinds are in use in Italy and comply to the relevant Italian regulations. Some outlets have overlapping holes in order to accept older and newer types of Type L plug.
Ivory Coast220 V50 Hz
Jamaica110 V50 Hz
Japan100 V50 Hz / 60 Hz* Voltage varies based on area of the country. In the east (Tokyo, Kawasaki, Sapporo, Yokohama, Sendai), 50 Hz is found. In the west (Osaka, Kyoto, Nagoya, Hiroshima), 60 Hz is found.
Jersey230 V50 Hz
Jordan230 V50 Hz* In some hotels, Type C may be found.
Kazakhstan220 V50 Hz
Kenya240 V50 Hz
Kiribati240 V50 Hz
Kosovo230 V50 Hz
Kuwait240 V50 Hz* Type D is used primarily for 15 A service. Type G is used primarily for 13 A service.
Kyrgyzstan220 V50 Hz
Laos230 V50 Hz
Latvia220 V50 Hz
Lebanon110 V / 220 V50 Hz
Lesotho220 V50 Hz
Liberia120 V60 Hz
Libya127 V50 Hz* In Barce, Benghazi, Derna, Sebha, and Tobruk, 230V is found.
Liechtenstein230 V50 Hz
Lithuania220 V50 Hz
Luxembourg220 V50 Hz
Macau220 V50 Hz
Macedonia220 V50 Hz
Madagascar220 V50 Hz
Malawi230 V50 Hz
Malaysia240 V50 Hz
Maldives230 V50 Hz
Mali220 V50 Hz
Malta240 V50 Hz
Marshall Islands110 V / 220 V60 Hz
Mauritania220 V50 Hz
Mauritius230 V50 Hz
Mayotte220 V / 240 V50 Hz
Mexico127 V60 Hz
Micronesia120 V60 Hz
Moldova220 V50 Hz
Monaco127 V / 220 V50 Hz
Mongolia220 V50 Hz
Montenegro220 V50 Hz
Montserrat230 V60 Hz
Morocco127 V / 220 V50 Hz* Conversion to 220V is underway.
Mozambique220 V50 Hz* Type M is especially found near the border with South Africa, including the capital city Maputo.
Namibia220 V50 Hz
Nauru240 V50 Hz
Nepal230 V50 Hz
Netherlands230 V50 Hz
Netherlands Antilles127 V / 220 V50 Hz* In St. Martin, 120V 60 Hz is found. In Saba and St. Eustatius, 110V 60 Hz is found, with Type A and possibly B found.
New Caledonia220 V50 Hz
New Zealand230 V50 Hz
Nicaragua120 V60 Hz
Niger220 V50 Hz
Nigeria240 V50 Hz
Niue230 V50 Hz
Norfolk Island240 V50 Hz
North Korea220 V50 Hz
Northern Mariana Islands115 V60 Hz
Norway230 V50 Hz
Oman240 V50 Hz* Voltage variations are common throughout Oman.
Pakistan220 V50 Hz
Palau110 V / 220 V60 Hz
Panama110 V60 Hz* In Panama City, the voltage is 120V.
Papua New Guinea240 V50 Hz
Paraguay220 V50 Hz
Peru220 V60 Hz* In Talara, voltage is either 110 or 220V. In Arequipa, the frequency is 50 Hz.
Philippines220 V60 Hz* Type A is the most commonly found. A variation of Type B with horizontal prongs is also used (usually used for AC units), as well as a special outlet that allows use of most plugs
Pitcairn Islands240 V50 Hz
Poland230 V50 Hz
Portugal230 V50 Hz
Puerto Rico120 V60 Hz
Qatar240 V50 Hz
Republic of the Congo230 V50 Hz
Romania230 V50 Hz
Russia220 V50 Hz* In new constructions, Type F is commonly found. Older structures have Type C.
Rwanda230 V50 Hz
Saint Barthelemy220 V50 Hz
Saint Helena230 V50 Hz
Saint Kitts and Nevis230 V60 Hz
Saint Lucia240 V50 Hz
Saint Martin110 V / 220 V60 Hz
Saint Pierre and Miquelon220 V50 Hz
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines230 V50 Hz
Samoa230 V50 Hz
San Marino220 V50 Hz
Sao Tome and Principe220 V50 Hz
Saudi Arabia127 V / 220 V60 Hz
Senegal230 V50 Hz
Serbia220 V50 Hz
Seychelles240 V50 Hz
Sierra Leone230 V50 Hz
Singapore230 V50 Hz* Type A adaptors are widely available, usually as an extension set of 2 to 5 sets of sockets most commonly used for audio/video equipment.
Slovakia230 V50 Hz
Slovenia220 V50 Hz
Solomon Islands240 V50 Hz
Somalia220 V50 Hz* In Berbera, voltage is 230V. In Merca, it is 110/220V.
South Africa220 V / 230 V50 Hz* Types C and G may still be found in some areas. In Grahamstad, Port Elizabeth, and King Williams, voltage is 250V.
South Korea220 V60 Hz* In offices and hotels, Type F is most likely found. 110V power with Type A and B plugs was previously used, but is being phased out and likely only found in older buildings. Some hotels offer both 110V and 220V service.
Spain230 V50 Hz* In Barcelona’s Barrio Gothic, voltage is 120V 60 Hz using Types C and F plugs. Step-up transformers are required to use typical European devices.
Sri Lanka230 V50 Hz
Sudan230 V50 Hz
Suriname127 V60 Hz
Svalbard220 V50 Hz
Swaziland230 V50 Hz
Sweden230 V50 Hz
Switzerland230 V50 Hz* Type C plugs are often found on appliances, and will fit Type J outlets.
Syria220 V50 Hz
Taiwan110 V60 Hz
Tajikistan220 V50 Hz
Tanzania230 V50 Hz
Thailand220 V50 Hz* Some outlets are a combination of Types A and C, and will accept either plug.
Timor-Leste127 V / 230 V50 Hz
Togo220 V50 Hz* In Lome, the voltage is 127V.
Tokelau230 V50 Hz
Tonga240 V50 Hz
Trinidad and Tobago115 V60 Hz
Tunisia230 V50 Hz
Turkey230 V50 Hz
Turkmenistan220 V50 Hz
Turks and Caicos Islands110 V60 Hz
Tuvalu220 V50 Hz
Uganda240 V50 Hz
Ukraine220 V50 Hz
United Arab Emirates220 V50 Hz
United Kingdom230 V50 Hz* Outlets are typically controlled by an adjacent switch. Though nominal voltage has been officially changed to 230V, 240V is within tolerances and still commonly found.
United States120 V60 Hz* Type A and Type B plugs are used for 120 volts. Type A has been phased out, but rarely seen. Type B plugs are in all new buildings and houses since the 1970’s.
Uruguay220 V50 Hz* Because of increased computer use, Type F is becoming more common. Like in Argentina, Type I neutral and active wires are reversed from that used in Australia and elsewhere.
US Virgin Islands115 V60 Hz
Uzbekistan220 V50 Hz
Vanuatu230 V50 Hz* Some Type G installations may linger from the British Colonial period, but are rare.
Venezuela120 V60 Hz
Vietnam127 V / 220 V50 Hz* Standardization to 220V is underway. In newer hotels, Type G is found, especially those built by Singaporean and Hong Kong developers.
Wallis and Futuna220 V50 Hz
West Bank220 V50 Hz
Western Sahara127 V / 220 V50 Hz
Yemen220 V / 230 V50 Hz
Zambia230 V50 Hz
Zimbabwe220 V50 Hz



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