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60 hz 115v battery damages?

  1. _alex_bera
    Cupcake Jan 16, 2017

    _alex_bera , Jan 16, 2017 :
    hi my friends i'm new. i bought my first oneplus device and it is fantastic, i came from sgs4.
    now i want to do one question.
    i live in a military ship , and there is a current socket that has 115 volt and 60 hz. they will probably damage my oneplus 3t battery or reduce battery life while i'm using dash charge or normal adapter?
    thank you
     

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  2. iNtEnSePL
    KitKat Jan 16, 2017


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  3. iNtEnSePL
    KitKat Jan 16, 2017

    iNtEnSePL , Jan 16, 2017 :
    My european Dash charger is rated 100-240V 50/60Hz. If yours is too, then you can use it w/o any problem.

    Or you can use ANY regular USB 5V charger that works with power socket of the ship. you just need USB-A - USB-C cable...
     

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  4. ExtremeNuker
    Gingerbread Jan 16, 2017


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  5. Kirakichi
    Jelly Bean Jan 16, 2017

    Kirakichi , Jan 16, 2017 :
    It will work without a problem, it wont damage phone, and dont let adapter plugged in.

    I wonder how you get internet, through network amplifier placed in ship or whatever, lol nvm.
     

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  6. Petjitsu
    KitKat Jan 16, 2017

    Petjitsu , Jan 16, 2017 :
    If a ship is close to land or in port, it's likely connected to a terrestrial system. While mid-ocean, it will be connected to the satellite - 0,50 EUR per minute
    military ship - Secret! ;);)
     
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  7. _alex_bera
    Cupcake Jan 16, 2017

    _alex_bera , Jan 16, 2017 :
    eu plug 100 240v
    i noticed that when i charged s4 battery with 115v it was super fast than a normal 220v
     

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  8. _alex_bera
    Cupcake Jan 16, 2017

    _alex_bera , Jan 16, 2017 :
    we don't have any 3g 2g connection in the ship!!! only outside
     

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  9. _alex_bera
    Cupcake Jan 16, 2017

    _alex_bera , Jan 16, 2017 :
    we don't have any connection! only the captain and office...anything for the crew...[e]1f62d[/e][e]1f62d[/e][e]1f62d[/e]
     

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  10. marcopar
    Honeycomb Jan 16, 2017

    marcopar , Jan 16, 2017 :
    the charger should have the supported voltages/frequencies printed on it. check it out.
     

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