LG Studioworks 700S 17" CRT Monitor Logo

Related Topics:

Question about LG Studioworks 700S 17" CRT Monitor

1 Answer

POWER SOURCE 110 VERS 230 VT

I HAVE JUST MOVED FROM NORTH AMERICA TO GERMANY. WILL MY MONIOTR WORK WITH EUROPEN POWER SOURCE? IS THERE A SWITCH OR SOMETHING SIMILAR TO THE SWITCH ON PC?

Posted by mortemo on

Ad

1 Answer

Anonymous

  • Level 2:

    An expert who has achieved level 2 by getting 100 points

    All-Star:

    An expert that got 10 achievements.

    MVP:

    An expert that got 5 achievements.

    Prodigy:

    An expert who has answered 500 questions.

  • Expert
  • 556 Answers

Some times they provide switch for 110/230 at the back side of monitor. but if you do not have that you can purchase converter which converts 110 to 230 volts ac.

Posted on Sep 26, 2007

Ad

Add Your Answer

×

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

0helpful
1answer

I have to go out in 10min but will return 4:30. I need a HANNSPREE TV HELP PHONE NUMBER. can you give me a working number?

Hello, Mike -

Hannspree North America:
888-808-6789 (
Mon - Fri: 8:00am to 5:00pm (Eastern Time)
Source:
http://www.hannspree.com/US/EN/ContactUs.aspx

Hannspree Europe
See:
http://www.hannspree.eu/en/about-hannspree/contact-us
Germany, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Spain & Portugal

Best wishes.
1helpful
1answer

I plugged the ac adapter of my n America grundig satellite 800 radio into a power outlet in london. Since then iam not getting any power ln it. What has happened

In North America, the voltage is nominally 110v. In London, 230. You may only have blown a fuse or the AC adapter, but you could have fried the whole unit.
1helpful
1answer

Can I use my Element FLX 2611 B in Germany?

If the set is USA or north America format that is NTSC and in Europe a lot of places are PAL or Secam---means if USA NTSC set you will need a PAL/SECAM to NTSC converter--converts one signal type to another.

Only other possible issue is voltage---must be 110-120 volts AC and not 220 volts.
0helpful
1answer

My hobart n50 mixer,when pluged in does nothing at all. why? and what to do?

The N50 is a heavy duty / commercial counter top mixer. It is available in several different versions for different power sources. Make sure yours is the model for use with the power available at your location. The power versions are:

100-120/60/1, 100/50/1, 230/50/1, 220/60/1 and 230/60/1


This lists the information in the following format: voltage/frequency/phase. If used in the US or Canada (and many other parts of the world) you would most likely want the 100-120/60/1 or the 230/60/1 version. All are single phase, so this shouldn't be an issue to worry about. Use of any of the other versions could result in shortened life expectancy of the mixer or immediate, catastrophic failure of the mixer and possibility of burns, shock or electrocution if connection is attempted.

If the mixer matches the power available, check for proper wiring at the source point of connection and in the mixer. You may need an electrician to change the power at the connection point from 100-120/60/1 to 230/60/1 (or vice-versa since BOTH are available in North America). Also check to be sure that fuses or circuit breakers in the electrical panel are intact and on. Do not overlook GFI outlets if using the 100 to 120/60/1 version. Reset any tripped GFI outlet. If still unable to operate, verify that power is present at the connection point. If unable to operate, contact an electrician to check the power and wiring of the mixer.

The mixer data sheet is available here.
1helpful
2answers

Ok i neeed help!!!!!!!! on my power supply there is a switch which you can move to 115 volts to 230 volts. everytime i switch it to 230 volts the computer wont turn on? why is this happening? when i put it...

This is the power supply for your PC, depend on your local country power supply, some country like North US may use 110 V in their daily use electrical stuff and some country like Euro, UK use 240 V.

Your PC power supply is design to suit this 2 type of power input so can be sold everywhere. What u need to do is to make sure your local country power supply voltage and then just switch the input correctly, i think u have done it.

YBC (/\)

4helpful
3answers

POWER SUPPLY PROBLOMS!!!!!!!!

Unless your household electrical service is running at 230 volts, there's absolutely no reason to set your supply for 230. When you choose the 230v setting the supply REQUIRES 230 volts to become operational...Which is not going to happen on a 115 volt service.
8helpful
5answers

Need a Map Source CD for a Garmin iQ 3600 GPS

Please visit http://www.ebay.com

Search for the needed item and there you are.

rate this solution afterward.
0helpful
1answer

Will my Logitech X-230 speakers work in a country with 220-240 V power outlets or would i need an adapter to use them there? If i connect them directly to the 240 V outlet, will they run properly or would...

Check the back of your sub to check your voltage range. You will see something like this: 110V-120V or 110V-220V. If you see the later, you are ready to go. If you see 110-120V only, you will need a power converter to power your speakers as well as any other 110-120V equipment. But no matter what, if it is 110-120V DO NOT PLUG DIRECT TO 220V!! It will blow your speakers. (I lived in Germany for 11 years.)
7helpful
1answer

I misplaced the power supply for my visioneer 4400usb scanner. Can anyone tell me the voltage output to the scanner?

Power supply
Input voltage/frequency 100 Vac, 50/60 Hz (Japan)
120 Vac, 60 Hz (North America)
230 Vac, 50 Hz (Europe)
Output voltage/watt 12 V DC, 15 watt maximum

Not finding what you are looking for?

61 views

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top LG Computers & Internet Experts

Ekse

Level 3 Expert

13435 Answers

Cindy Wells

Level 3 Expert

6470 Answers

Marvin
Marvin

Level 3 Expert

85240 Answers

Are you a LG Computer and Internet Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...