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What type of electricity is used

In Argentina, the standard voltage is 220 V and the frequency of alternating current is 50 Hz. The plugs and sockets used in the country are of type C / I. If you plan to visit Argentina, it is essential to be prepared in terms of adapters and converters for your electronic devices.

It is strongly recommended to bring a universal plug adapter that is compatible with the C / I plugs. If not, most accommodations will provide you with an adapter.

In addition, it is important to check the electrical specifications of your devices before connecting them to the Argentine power grid. Make sure they are compatible with 220 V voltage to avoid damage. If your devices are not compatible with this voltage, consider bringing a voltage converter to ensure safe operation.

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