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I have an 85w magsafe charger for my mid 2009 15" macbook pro. Will my european adapter work?
The adapter may or may not be from the apple world travel kit I had purchased a while back but it does not say apple on it anywhere so I'm apprehesive in using it as I do not want to fry my mac.
On my magsafe charger it says:
Input: 100-240V~1.5A 50-60Hz
Output: 18.5V_-_4.6A, 16.5V_-_3.6A
On the european adapter piece it says:
Will it work without frying my laptop? Please let me know!!
- Asked by Courtney R from Saugerties
- Jul 16, 2014
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Will it work on an airplane ac outlet that claims to provide only 60 watts? With my basic HS physics, (P=IV) 110V*1.6A=176watts seems to too high.
176watts exceed the 60 watts output of the outlet. Or does the airline mean the max DC power output of the charger? (When I mean airline I actually mean Northwest/Delta Airbus A330-200)
Environmental Report for the 45W MagSafe and 60W MagSafe?
I specifically need the average outputs of the two chargers, under the condition of providing an input between 100-240V. I need this for a school project. Thanks!
- Asked by Anant K from Calabasas
- Nov 22, 2015
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