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Not sure ask airline
diane wolfrum
· March 27, 2019
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Yes, that's basically what that means. Doesn't hurt to leave it plugged in though.
Victor P.
· November 7, 2018
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best thing to do is contact the manufacturer Potek however theres an AC adapter that is available from Amazon called Proform AC Adapter by Proform. I cost about $10.99 + 5.99 shipping. Not sure if it works with Potek P.P source.
Tony
· November 20, 2019
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I don't know buy an oscilloscope
Stephen Geldard
· June 4, 2019
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Never used the DC charger
Stephen Geldard
· April 19, 2019
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Yes, most definitely. Just as long as the vehicle's battery isn't completely dead.
Mark
· December 11, 2019
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the ac adapter is located in the side compartment. Mine was in a plastic bag. It connects to the front of the device to charge it.
ahmad j.
· December 18, 2017
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I don't recall but more than likely China or Korea
Amazon Customer
· May 11, 2019
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The Ac adapter size is 2.5mm. Input :100-240V ~50/60 Hz Output :12V-15V , If you still have any questions please feel free to contact us .Thanks
POTEK INCORPORATION
Seller · June 5, 2019
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I'm sorry, but I'm not a qualified electrician therefore I can't speak to the dual voltage capacity of anything. I can tell you that the unit operates very well on 110 here in the good ol' red white and blue. I can't imagine using 240 for anything, really. Same goes for power converters/inverters. It's been decades… see more I'm sorry, but I'm not a qualified electrician therefore I can't speak to the dual voltage capacity of anything. I can tell you that the unit operates very well on 110 here in the good ol' red white and blue. I can't imagine using 240 for anything, really. Same goes for power converters/inverters. It's been decades since I've lived in a country using 220/110 let alone a scary 240 so I'm afraid I can't be much help. I know this unit has proven an unqualified success in the applications for which my husband has used it. It lives in his truck's back seat-I suspect he might've even named the thing. I've seen a dead 12v car battery brought to life; this little thing is a work horse. It has easily revived a snow plow truck's battery, in -3 cold, snow mobile, same. a household GeneRac system's battery, and countless other toys, it seems to be most useful during extreme cold weather. Keep in mind, I don't use this item since outdoor toys isn't my department, so there is surely more practical info out there than I can provide. My *guess* is that yes, you'll need a converter since it's made to run on 110.
I'm sorry I can't be more help. Best of luck!
Btw, a special thanks to NZ for gifting the world things like Braeburn apples, Eric Bana, monstrous great white (pointer, I think?) sharks and of course, those blessed kiwis! But you can keep the whole 240v thing for yourselves. Ka Kite Ano! see less
I'm sorry, but I'm not a qualified electrician therefore I can't speak to the dual voltage capacity of anything. I can tell you that the unit operates very well on 110 here in the good ol' red white and blue. I can't imagine using 240 for anything, really. Same goes for power converters/inverters. It's been decades since I've lived in a country using 220/110 let alone a scary 240 so I'm afraid I can't be much help. I know this unit has proven an unqualified success in the applications for which my husband has used it. It lives in his truck's back seat-I suspect he might've even named the thing. I've seen a dead 12v car battery brought to life; this little thing is a work horse. It has easily revived a snow plow truck's battery, in -3 cold, snow mobile, same. a household GeneRac system's battery, and countless other toys, it seems to be most useful during extreme cold weather. Keep in mind, I don't use this item since outdoor toys isn't my department, so there is surely more practical info out there than I can provide. My *guess* is that yes, you'll need a converter since it's made to run on 110.
I'm sorry I can't be more help. Best of luck!
Btw, a special thanks to NZ for gifting the world things like Braeburn apples, Eric Bana, monstrous great white (pointer, I think?) sharks and of course, those blessed kiwis! But you can keep the whole 240v thing for yourselves. Ka Kite Ano!

Bunny T.
· August 28, 2018