Mondo compatibility to 220V/60Hz

General discussion and tech talk about the industry standard Pedal Power line of power supplies.
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tgha
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Mondo compatibility to 220V/60Hz

Post by tgha » Sun Apr 05, 2020 5:10 am

I want to know about the input specification of Voodoo Lab Mondo (Power Supply).

In Korea, the standard power in home is 220V, 60Hz. However in the manual of Mondo, only 100V 60Hz, 110V 50-60Hz, 240V 50Hz are permitted.

But I found that not only JNR Music and other instrument markets are selling the Mondo. I want to know whether the MONDO is modified to be fit for 220V 60Hz for Korea, or take risk for some mismatches since it is not heavy mismatching(220.>240, 60->50). I know that Voodoo Lab get the safety license of electricity in Korea also.

To sum up, following are the questions

1. Is the MONDO currently being sold in Korea is modified to fit for Korea?(220V, 60Hz) or should it be safe to use another transformer?

2. (I think this question may not be responded) There are many other sellers of Mondo, except the JNR Music in Korea. Then, are they all can be used in Korea without any risk if the seller shows safety license and faithful?

Rez
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Re: Mondo compatibility to 220V/60Hz

Post by Rez » Mon Apr 06, 2020 3:31 pm

You should be able to get the appropriate voltage specific (220-240VAC) model Pedal Power supply from JNR or any Voodoo Lab dealer in your region. As such, it should not be necessary to also use a step up/down transformer.

But/FYI... if you needed to power a 120VAC model in a 220-240VAC region, a step up/down transformer would be necessary.

Hope this helps.

Cheers!
Cheers,
Ben Resnick
Voodoo Lab - Tech Support

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