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Power tools 110v from a 115v out let from geni
I'm a little confused about what 'geni' is.
The outlets in your home are rated at 120v AC and any equipment that you plug into them that state 110v or 115v will work fine.
If you are referring to some type of adapter that you plug into a wall and then into some electronic unit, be careful. It isn't just the voltage that you should be concerned with but the amperage!
Adapters generally take the AC current from a wall outlet and then convert it into DC voltage. This voltage is more or less specific to each device that requires DC input. As a basic rule, you must match the exact VDC and mA from your device with the same values on an adapter.
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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