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Old June 21st, 2010, 02:08 AM
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We are going on a south pacific cruise in october.My wife has to take her nebuliser with her but the current onboard is 60 hertz compared to our 50 hertz.Has any one used their 50 hertz nebuliser onboard and did it cause any damage.
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Old June 21st, 2010, 02:43 AM
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Email P&O Australasia right now to ask this question as the pacific sun is the ex Carnival Jubilee, (USA) so the voltage may be different as well????
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thanks i will give them a call today
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Old June 22nd, 2010, 08:21 AM
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We are going on a south pacific cruise in october.My wife has to take her nebuliser with her but the current onboard is 60 hertz compared to our 50 hertz.Has any one used their 50 hertz nebuliser onboard and did it cause any damage.
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My recommendation is to contact the manufacturer of the nebulizer. They will be able to advise whether a converter will be required. Sorry I don't have more specific information.
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good advise from all, have your travel agent call the cruise line and you call the manufacuter
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Just as an addendum....

A lot of medical appliances are wired to accept the different types of current. My husbands C-PAP is wired in that manner. We needed an electrical adapter to plug it in, but did not need a converter.
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