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Re: [Rollei] 6008 Battery Charging in Italy



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Also, there is an older version with a voltage switch on the bottom.  If you
have
that one use a ballpoint pen or other pointed object to slide to the desired
voltage.
I don't know if this version ever came with the 6008 cameras, but it did
come with
the 6006 I had.

Bob

on 1/8/02 9:13 AM, Kyburz, William at William.Kyburz   wrote:

There are two different models of chargers for 600x camera. I don't have the
in model designations available at my office I believe it type 'N' and
something else. In any case, the more recent version is a universal charger
that accepts multiple input voltages of 110 - 240 volts and 50/60 HZ
frequencies.  The earlier USA charger was just 110-120V.  It will specify on
the bottom of the charger what the allowable voltage input is.



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Also, there is an older version with a voltage switch on the bottom. &nbsp;=
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that one use a ballpoint pen or other pointed object to slide to the desire=
d voltage.<BR>
I don't know if this version ever came with the 6008 cameras, but it did co=
me with<BR>
the 6006 I had.<BR>
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Bob<BR>
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on 1/8/02 9:13 AM, Kyburz, William at William.Kyburz   wrote:<BR>
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