"Boyle, Martin" <martin.boyle at sap-ag.de> writes:
Just to make sure:
V DEFINETELY means volts - the monitor can run on ~100V (American/European?
volts) or ~240 (Irish/British voltage).
100-110v is N. American (US and Canada)
220-240v is European, including britain and Ireland, except for some
now rather small parts of France and Belgium which still have
Hz is the frequency of the ac current ~50 everywhere (I think).
50Hz is European. N. American AC is 60Hz.
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