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Power Supply Voltage around the World

The following table lists the power supply voltage specifications in major countries/regions.
Country/region Frequency Voltage
Japan 50/60 Hz
Single phase: 100/200 V, Three phase: 200 V
United States
60 Hz Single phase: 115/230 V, Three phase: 230 V
Canada 60 Hz Single phase: 120/347 V, Three phase: 208/240/600 V
South Korea
60 Hz Single phase: 110/220 V, Three phase: 200/220/380 V
Taiwan 60 Hz Single phase: 110/220 V, Three phase: 220/380 V
Hong Kong 50 Hz Single phase: 200/220 V, Three phase: 346/380 V
China 50 Hz Single phase: 220 V, Three phase: 380 V
Singapore
50 Hz Single phase: 230 V, Three phase: 400 V
Malaysia 50 Hz Single phase: 240 V, Three phase: 415 V
Indonesia 50 Hz Single phase: 220 V, Three phase: 380 V
Philippines 60 Hz Single phase: 115/230 V, Three phase: 240/480 V
Thailand
50 Hz Single phase: 220 V, Three phase: 220/380 V
Vietnam 50 Hz Single phase: 220 V, Three phase: 380 V
Myanmar 50 Hz Single phase: 230 V, Three phase: 230/400 V
India 50 Hz Single phase: 230 V, Three phase: 240/415 V
Australia 50 Hz Single phase: 240 V, Three phase: 415 V
Austria 50 Hz Single phase: 230 V, Three phase: 400 V
Belgium 50 Hz Single phase: 230 V, Three phase: 400 V
Bulgaria 50 Hz
Single phase: 220 V, Three phase: 380 V
Denmark 50 Hz Single phase: 230 V, Three phase: 400 V
Finland 50 Hz Single phase: 230 V, Three phase: 400 V
France 50 Hz Single phase: 230 V, Three phase: 400 V
Germany 50 Hz Single phase: 230 V, Three phase: 400 V
Greek 50 Hz Single phase: 230 V, Three phase: 400 V
Hungary 50 Hz Single phase: 220 V, Three phase: 380 V
Italy 50 Hz Single phase: 220 V, Three phase: 380 V
Luxembourg 50 Hz Single phase: 230 V, Three phase: 400 V
Netherlands 50 Hz Single phase: 230 V, Three phase: 400 V
Norway 50 Hz Single phase: 220/230 V, Three phase: 380 V
Poland 50 Hz Single phase: 220 V, Three phase: 380 V
Portugal 50 Hz Single phase: 230 V, Three phase: 400/480 V
Romania
50 Hz Single phase: 220 V, Three phase: 380 V
Spain 50 Hz Single phase: 127/220 V, Three phase: 220/380 V
Sweden
50 Hz Single phase: 230/400 V, Three phase: 400/690 V
Switzerland 50 Hz Single phase: 230 V, Three phase: 400 V
England 50 Hz Single phase: 240 V, Three phase: 415 V
Note: Voltages other than listed above may be used in some countries or cities.

Quick Conversion to/from the Metric System

From "shaku" into m
Triple and then divide by 10.
From "ken" into m Deduct 10% and then double.
From "cho" into m Add 10% and then multiply by 100.
From "ri" into km Add 30% and then triple.
From "tsubo" into m2
Add 10% and then triple.
Pound into kilogram Subtract 10% and then divide by 2.
From g into "monme" Quadruple and then divide by 15.
From kg into "kin" Quintuple and then divide by 3.
Kilometer into mile Multiply by 5 and then divide by 8.
From "sho" into l Multiply by 9 and then divide by 5.
From m into "shaku" Add 10% and then triple.
From m into "ken" Add 10% and then divide by 2.
From m into "cho" Subtract 10% and then divide by 100.
From km into "ri" Add 2% and then divide by 4.
From m2 into "tsubo" Subtract 10% and then divide by 3.
Kilogram into pound Add 10% and then multiply by 2.
From "kan" into kg
Divide by 4 and then multiply by 15.
From "kin" into kg Divide by 5 and then multiply by 3.
From l into "sho" Quintuple and then divide by 9.
From "kujirajaku" into m Add 50% and then divide by 4.
Celsius into Fahrenheit (9/5 x Degree in Celsius) + 32
Fahrenheit into Celsius 5/9 x (Degree in Fahrenheit - 32)

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