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Published: Sat, February 04, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning

I am moving my US iMac and macbook pro to Irela ... | Official Apple Support Communities

I am moving my US iMac and macbook pro to Irela ... | Official Apple Support Communities

Thank you, I have the adapters so glad that would work. I just heard adapters burn out often. So just thought for my main iMac computer, the plug would be best. I will get one once I move.

Any other suggestions or things I should know about apple products in Ireland. I know there are no Apple stores there.

An adapter does not burn out. It simply serves as a means to connect the power prongs on your power supply device.

I believe you are thinking of a transformer, which you do not need. A transformer converts one voltage to another.

You do not need to do that the power supply of modern electronics can take almost any worldwide voltage.

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Look at the label on the Device. It should indicate the acceptable power input of 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz.

Additionally, I found the adapters cheaper in the UK than I found them in the US. They were available in most supermarket chains. I was not in Ireland, so I can not say one way or the other.

If you have something that does not have that input power spec, it would require a transformer.

On other items like electric clocks or things with motors, you can connect them up to a transformer and the voltage will be correct, but the frequency may not. For clocks, that will cause them to not keep time well. For motors, they will burn out.

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