Are you planning to visit Curaçao? Check if you need a power plug adapter or voltage converter for the power sockets (outlets) used on Curaçao.
- You need a power plug adapter on Curaçao, when living in Canada.
- You also may need a voltage converter.
- Be extra careful with certain appliances because of the difference in frequency.
Below you find pictures of the applied power sockets and corresponding plugs. And we provide more information about the voltage and frequency.
Electricity on Curaçao
On Curaçao the power plugs and sockets are of type A, B and F. The standard voltage is 127 / 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
Power plug adapter needed on Curaçao?
On Curaçao the power plugs and sockets are of type A, B and F. Check out the following pictures. When living in Canada you need a power plug adapter for sockets type F. We recommend you to pack a 3 to 2 prong adapter in case type B sockets are not available.
Buy a power plug (travel) adapter
We don't sell power plug adapters. We refer you to Amazon, where you will find a great selection of travel adapters. Because you may also need a voltage converter, you should consider a combined power plug adapter/voltage converter (see below).
You can also check the map to see the use of different plugs and sockets in the world.
Voltage converter needed on Curaçao?
On Curaçao the standard voltage is 127 / 220 V and the frequency is 50 Hz.
- Watch out! On Curaçao more than one voltage is being used (127 / 220 V).
It can depend on the region, the city or even the hotel which voltage you will come across. Your appliances work on 120 V. So please check locally if you can use your appliances! You can't use your appliances if the local voltage exceeds the maximum voltage of your appliances. You need a voltage converter on Curaçao, when living in Canada! You can find voltage converters at Amazon. Because you also need a power plug adapter, you should consider a combined plug adapter/voltage converter.
Also the frequency on Curaçao (50 Hz) differs from the frequency in Canada (60 Hz). You should use a voltage converter which also changes the frequency, but these are hard to find. If your converter cannot change the frequency, be warned! Be especially careful with moving, rotating and time related appliances like clocks, shavers and electric fan heaters.
To be sure, check the label on the appliance. Some appliances never need a converter. If the label states 'INPUT: 100-240V, 50/60 Hz' the appliance can be used in all countries in the world. This is common for chargers of tablets/laptops, photo cameras, cell phones, toothbrushes, etc.
Need anything else?
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