Electricity, Bangkok

2 Reviews

  • FlatBladeAttachmentPlug
    FlatBladeAttachmentPlug
    by xuessium
  • RoundPinAttachmentPlug
    RoundPinAttachmentPlug
    by xuessium
  • Type A
    Type A
    by explore_discover

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    by explore_discover Written Feb 15, 2010

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    Favorite thing: 220V 50 Hz
    There are 2 types of sockets,

    Type A NEMA 1-15 (North American 15 A/125 V ungrounded), this simple plug has two flat parallel pins, or blades.

    Type C technically known as the CEE 7/16 (Europlug 2.5 A/250 V unearthed).

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    Type A
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  • It's all about current and currency!

    by xuessium Written Nov 17, 2007

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    Favorite thing: CURRENT
    Thailand uses mainly 2 types of plug:
    - Flat blade attachment plug
    - Round pin attachment plug

    Voltage is 220 Volts and current frequency is 50 Hz.

    CURRENCY
    Thailand uses the Thai Baht and it is a free-exchange currency, unlike most of the Indochina countries.

    RoundPinAttachmentPlug FlatBladeAttachmentPlug
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    • Budget Travel
    • Business Travel
    • Backpacking

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