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Using battery charger overseas

Can I use this battery charger with my Embark voltage converter and adapters. the specs on the voltage converter are as follows:Model MW165OR-25A
input"220/240V, 7.5A 50/60Hz
output 11/120, 15A 50/60Hz
selectable power Output 50W/1875W for use with class II electronic devices
the canon charger -input-100V-240VAC 50/60 Hz 0.085A (100V) -0.05A(240V)
output4.2V-----0.70A

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May be I have used a wrong charger and hence this problem. My battery is tested for full charge. But the camera does not operate on battery. I feel there is problem in the area of switching circuit between battery and external school power input. Clarify please.

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It's alway suggested that you simply use plug adaptors to change shape of plugs for overseas-do not reduce voltage since most all chargers including yours support 220 or 110

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