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Question: Does a European Mac Pro Trashcan work in the USA?

Hi Guys,


I am moving to the States and was wondering if my Mac Pro 2013 will work in the USA? I know I need a different plug but will the voltage be ok?


Thanks!

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The power supplies in today's Macs are all "universal": 110 to 240 Volts, 50 or 60 Hz.


This means no transformer is needed and no switches to set. Just adapt to the local plug (or buy a new AC lead-in cord) and you should be good to go.


In the US (and most of Canada too, I believe), most ordinary 110-120 Volt devices all use the same plug, which comes pre-attached to a fully molded cord.

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Nov 14, 2017 7:16 AM in response to tim jans In response to tim jans

The power supplies in today's Macs are all "universal": 110 to 240 Volts, 50 or 60 Hz.


This means no transformer is needed and no switches to set. Just adapt to the local plug (or buy a new AC lead-in cord) and you should be good to go.


In the US (and most of Canada too, I believe), most ordinary 110-120 Volt devices all use the same plug, which comes pre-attached to a fully molded cord.

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