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Roku 3000 Series Switching Adapter

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Hi. I am a Brazilian user and would like to know if the power adapter is bivolt (110/240), because in my country it is 220v and the adapter shows only 110/120v. Can I use it normally in my country? Thank you so much.

*Switching Adapter Model: ads-6ra-06

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Re: Roku 3000 Series Switching Adapter

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The Roku Express uses a 5V 1A USB adapter.  There's nothing really special about it, so any USB power adapter you have lying around will probably work if it's capable of 1A.  Look for something on the adapter that states something like "Output:  5V 1A".  If it's more than "1A", all the better.  That being said, it's probably compatible with 220V, but if you plug it in and it blows up, don't blame me.  :-)

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Re: Roku 3000 Series Switching Adapter

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The Roku Express uses a 5V 1A USB adapter.  There's nothing really special about it, so any USB power adapter you have lying around will probably work if it's capable of 1A.  Look for something on the adapter that states something like "Output:  5V 1A".  If it's more than "1A", all the better.  That being said, it's probably compatible with 220V, but if you plug it in and it blows up, don't blame me.  :-)

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Re: Roku 3000 Series Switching Adapter

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@renojim wrote:

The Roku Express uses a 5V 1A USB adapter.  There's nothing really special about it, so any USB power adapter you have lying around will probably work if it's capable of 1A.  Look for something on the adapter that states something like "Output:  5V 1A".  If it's more than "1A", all the better.  That being said, it's probably compatible with 220V, but if you plug it in and it blows up, don't blame me.  :-)


Thank you very much for your attention. Greetings from Brazil. 😁

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