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Here's why you need an adapter

The outlet and plug type used in Northern-Ireland is G. Take a look at the picture below to see what this plug type looks like.

Fiji

In Fiji, outlets of type I are in use.

Fiji type I plug

Northern-Ireland

In Northern-Ireland, outlets of type G are in use.

Northern-Ireland type G plug
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What devices can I charge?

Dual voltage is the magical word in charging devices abroad.

Most small devices such as phones, tablets, laptops and cameras are capable of operating in a range between 100 and 240 volts and use frequencies (Hz) between 50-60 Hz. To find out if your device is dual voltage, look for the fine print on your device stating '100-240V, 50-60Hz'

With dual voltage devices you'll only need a power plug adapter to use the local outlets and you're good to go.

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What devices do I need a converter for?

Most small appliances work on all voltages. Hair dryers and straigteners form an exception and are often made for a single voltage.

Also, when moving abroad and you're bringing your washing machine, dryer, fridge or oven, chances are you will need a voltage converter.

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Voltage and frequency Fiji vs Northern-Ireland

Fiji

All outlets in Fiji provide a standard voltage of 240V with a frequency of 50Hz.

Voltage: 240V Frequency: 50Hz

Northern-Ireland

All outlets in Northern-Ireland provide a standard voltage of 230V with a frequency of 50Hz.

Voltage: 230V Frequency: 50Hz

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