Power plugs and sockets needed when traveling from Aruba to Solomon Islands


Are you from Aruba and visiting Solomon Islands? You might want to know if you need a power plug adapter or power converter when traveling from Aruba to Solomon Islands? Check below to see if you need any adapter or converter and which power plugs and power sockets are used in Solomon Islands compared to Aruba.


Power plugs could be the same in some areas of Solomon Islands
Check pictures below.

We advise you to buy a world universal travel power plug adapter.

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You need a voltage converter!
Always check the specifications on your power plugs or devices, if it says 100V-240V and 50Hz-60Hz (usually the case with small electronic devices like phones and tablets) you do not need a voltage converter, just a power plug adapter if stated above.

Electricity in Aruba and Solomon Islands

Aruba

In Aruba they use the following plug and outlet types:

  • Type A
  • Type B

The voltage is 127V and the standard frequency is 60Hz.

Solomon Islands

In Solomon Islands they use the following plug and outlet types:

  • Type I
  • Type G

The voltage is 220V and the standard frequency is 50Hz.


Power plugs and sockets in Aruba and Solomon Islands

The power plug types in Aruba (Type A, Type B) and Solomon Islands (Type I, Type G) could be the same in some areas. Unfortunately too many plug types are used. You cannot be sure your power plug from Aruba will fit the sockets in Solomon Islands. We advise you to buy a world universal travel power plug adapter. Find the perfect adapter with the link below.

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Power plug and socket types in Aruba Power plug and socket types in Solomon Islands
Type A, Type B Type I, Type G
Aruba power plug outlet type A
Aruba power plug outlet type B
Solomon Islands power plug outlet type I
Solomon Islands power plug outlet type G

Voltage and frequency used in Aruba and Solomon Islands

The voltage in Aruba (127V/60Hz) and Solomon Islands (220V/50Hz) is NOT the same You do need an additional converter when you are traveling. We advise you to buy a world universal travel power plug adapter. Find the perfect converter with the link below.

Always check the specifications on your power plugs or devices, if it says 100V-240V and 50Hz-60Hz (usually the case with small electronic devices like phones and tablets) you do not need a voltage converter, just a power plug adapter if stated above.
Voltage converter / Power plug adapter combo

Aruba Solomon Islands
Voltage 127V 220V
Frequency 60Hz 50Hz