Are you from Argentina and visiting New Zealand? You might want to know if you need a power plug adapter or power converter when traveling from Argentina to New Zealand? Check below to see if you need any adapter or converter and which power plugs and power sockets are used in New Zealand compared to Argentina.
In Argentina they use the following plug and outlet types:
The voltage is 220V and the standard frequency is 50Hz.
In New Zealand they use the following plug and outlet types:
The voltage is 230V and the standard frequency is 50Hz.
The power plug types in Argentina (Type C, Type I) and New Zealand (Type I) could be the same in some areas. Unfortunately too many plug types are used. You cannot be sure your power plug from Argentina will fit the sockets in New Zealand. We advise you to buy a world universal travel power plug adapter. Find the perfect adapter with the link below.Click here for a universal world power plug adapter
|Power plug and socket types in Argentina||Power plug and socket types in New Zealand|
|Type C, Type I||Type I|
The voltage in Argentina (220V/50Hz) and New Zealand (230V/50Hz) is the same (or in acceptable range). You do not need an additional voltage converter when you are traveling.