You are thinking about a holiday to the Netherlands, and wondering if your electrics will work or not. It is useful to know in advance if you will be able to use your appliances when you get there. The different plugs and standards can be confusing when planning to travel to another country especially to the first time traveler. In this article we will cover all the types of plugs, some information about the standard voltage, the standard frequency , and travel adapter.
Electrical Power in the
- the Standard voltage
is :230 V
- the standard frequency
is :50 HZ
- Power Plug Types is : C and F
The power plugs and sockets in Netherlands
The power sockets and plugs in the
- Type C: Is the plug which has two round
pins known as the standard Euro ,also plug .And this sockets workswith plug E and plug F .
- Type F: This plug type has two round pins with two earth clips on the side. Also known as Schuko. And this socket works with plug C and E
Voltage and frequency in
Standard voltage in
But, if the standard voltage in your country is between 100 V and 127 V as is in Canada and most South American countries, you really need a voltage converter in the Netherlands.
If the frequency in the Netherlands differs from the one in your country, it is not advised to use your appliances. But you could try to use the appliance for a short time if there is no voltage difference .
The travel adapter in Netherlands
It can often be helpful to know if you can power all your appliances that you will be bringing along. But, withoutawareness which wall socket to expect you may end up either bringing unnecessary adaptors or pack the wrong adaptor.
The best power adapter for
For information about your trip :
Netherland is one of the safest country on earth. Do not worry take your bags, get on the plane and enjoy the beautiful cities of a beautiful country. It has many Beautiful cities such as Maastricht, Deventer, Goes, Nijmegen, Groningen, Delft, Leiden, Middelburg and Den Bosch .