Answered American product voltage

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    I wish to buy an "Aircom T9, AV component cooling fan system" and wondered if anyone can help with the electrical connection. It says under technical specifications that it uses "Wall Adapter Input 100 to 240V AC" if I understand it correctly this will be OK to use here in the UK with an UK 3 pin adapter. I would like to know if I am right. Help would be appreciated.
     
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    Most modern devices have a "universal" input voltage adapter which will work within the voltage range stated, so it will be OK for use on UK supply with a suitable plug adapter.
     
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    John is correct, this is quite common.
     
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