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Desktop B50-30 compatible with 220 Voltage?

Is desktop (not a laptop) type B50-30 compatible w 220 voltage?

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Re: Desktop B50-30 compatible with 220 Voltage?

Welcome to the Lenovo Community !

 

According to the specifications listed on page #9 of the B50-30's Hardware Maintenance Manual it is.  The input voltage can range from 90V to 264V (AC).  Here is a link to that manual for your reference....

 

https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/desktop_pub/lenovo_b50-30_hmm_20141202.pdf

 

 



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Re: Desktop B50-30 compatible with 220 Voltage?

The B50-30 that i have is desktop type and rating is written "100-127/200-240V".Is there a switch/button to be able to use it on 220V?

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Re: Desktop B50-30 compatible with 220 Voltage?

Yes, I am aware that you have the B50-30 AIO desktop.

 

No, there is no switch to flip.  What you have is  a dual voltage power source that will automatically conform to the supplied house current of either 110 or 220 volts. 



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