50 HZ and 60 HZ Frequency Power for Home Appliances
50 HZ And 60 HZ Frequency Guidelines: I would not advise plugging a 50 HZ microwave into a 60 HZ outlet because of the electronic circuitry, however as long as the coffee pot has a heating element only and no electronic components, then it should be fine.
50 HZ And 60 HZ Frequency Guidelines
Electrical Question: Is it safe to plug a microwave and coffee maker both which are in 50 HZ frequency to a 60 HZ frequency power outlet?
Background: Ariel, a Homeowner from Australia.
Thanks for your electrical wiring question Ariel.
50 HZ And 60 HZ Frequency Guidelines for Microwave and Coffee Pots
- I would not advise plugging a 50 HZ microwave into a 60 HZ outlet because of the electronic circuitry, however as long as the coffee pot has a heating element only and no electronic components, then it should be fine.
- Make sure that the voltage is the same.
- It is always best to check the manufacturers specification label for electrical power requirements and compatibility.
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