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Re: Is the PS3 dual voltage?

Jul 17, 2012

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Ok, I realize it has been said a few times that all PS3 models are universal...but I need to ask someone to get specific. I'm American, stationed in Germany, and I have a 20gig PS3, model CECHB01. The label says 120v. I do have a transformer, but I'd rather not use it if I don't have to (it really racks up the power bill.) AperireMens....I tried using the link that you offered but I can't get it to work. Yes, my PS3 still has the american style power cord, but we have the adapters for that. Is the CECHB01 model dual voltage or not?


Below is a chart for the power supplies for all current PS3 models. As you can see in the chart your model has a universal power supply, the one at the top. The lable says 120V because that is what the rated american voltage is. Only the CECHC & certain CECHG PS3s don't have universal power supplies...

 

ModelSony Part NumberPower Input (AC)Power Output (DC)PinsWeightFound InCompatibility
ZSSR539IA1-474-036-11100V-240V 6.0A12V 32A5V 3A5815gCECHA, CECHBA B
APS-2261-474-037-11100V-240V 4.8-2.0A12V 32A5V 3A5770gCECHAA B
APS-2271-474-046-11220V-240V 2.2A12V 32A5V 3A5900gCECHCC
APS-2311-474-073-11100V-240V 3.5-1.5A12V 23.5A5V 0.6A5700gCECHGA B E G
LSEB1226B11-474-074-11220V-240V 1.7-1.6A12V 23.5A5V 0.6A5 CECHGG
LSEB1254A11-474-081-11220V-240V 1.7-1.6A12V 23.5A5V 0.6A5 CECHGG
EADP-300AB1-474-084-11100V-240V 3.6-1.5A12V 23.5A5V 0.6A3 CECHHH
APS-2391-474-087-11100V-240V 3.5-1.5A12V 23.5A5V 0.6A3 CECHH,CECHK,H K
EADP-260AB1-474-104-11100V-240V 3.3-1.4A12V 21.5A5V 0.6A3 CECHKH K (Some L)
APS-2401-474-126-11100V-240V 3.3-1.4A12V 21A5.5V 0.9A4 CECHLL P
EADP-260BB1-474-129-11100V-240V 3.3-1.4A12V 21A5.5V 0.9A4  L P
EADP-220BB1-474-175-11100V-240V 3.2-1.2A12V 18A5.5V 0.9A4442gCECH-20xx20xx
APS-250? 1-474-177-11 1-474-177-12100V-240V 2.7-1.2A12V 18A5.5V 0.9A4 CECH-20xx20xx
APS-2701-474-216-11100V-240V 2.5-1.1A12V 16A5.5V 0.9A4384gCECH-25xx25xx, ?
EADP-200DB? 1-474-217-11100V-240V 2.6-1.0A12V 16A5.5V 0.9A4412gCECH-21xx21xx, 25xx, ?
EADP-185AB 100V-240V 2.1-0.8A12V 13A5.5V 0.9A?382gCECH-30xx30xx, ?
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Re: Is the PS3 dual voltage?

Jul 17, 2012

Thanks for posting that. I really appreciate the quick response. Looks like i'm good to go.

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Re: Is the PS3 dual voltage?

Jul 17, 2012

nice information there. thankyou for sharing with us.

 

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May 18, 2013

hi guys, thanks for the chart but i could not find my model.

 

mine is CECH-4001B and it has a 120v sticker on it.  do u think it can work on 220v?

 

ps: i found this text. does it mean external powersupply models has dual voltage?

 

"All the PS3 models (except early FAT, see table below) have a built in universal power supply, and supports multivoltage. What this means is that even though a specific voltage is written on the outside of the PS3, the PS3 can actually be plugged into any voltage anywhere in the world and work (as long as you have the correct cable). Therefore, if you opened up the PS3, the supported voltages should be stated (on the power supply) as 100V-240V, which is the range for all power outlets in the world.

Note: Starting since CECH-4000 series an external powersupply is used. "

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May 18, 2013

explorer2001turk wrote:

hi guys, thanks for the chart but i could not find my model.

 

mine is CECH-4001B and it has a 120v sticker on it.  do u think it can work on 220v?

 

ps: i found this text. does it mean external powersupply models has dual voltage?

 

"All the PS3 models (except early FAT, see table below) have a built in universal power supply, and supports multivoltage. What this means is that even though a specific voltage is written on the outside of the PS3, the PS3 can actually be plugged into any voltage anywhere in the world and work (as long as you have the correct cable). Therefore, if you opened up the PS3, the supported voltages should be stated (on the power supply) as 100V-240V, which is the range for all power outlets in the world.

Note: Starting since CECH-4000 series an external powersupply is used. "


No, the 4000 series DOES NOT have an external power supply.


Not sure if it has a univeral power supply tho as I have yet to see anyone that has torn down a super slim show details of the power supply.

 

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Re: Is the PS3 dual voltage?

Aug 10, 2013

I have the following North American PlayStation model CECHE01 (120V AC, 60 Hz), and I just plugged it into a 230 V +10% /- 6%, AC, 50 Hz (UK voltage) and everything seems to be working fine. Nothing blewup or caught fire. 

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Re: Is the PS3 dual voltage?

Feb 11, 2014

Hi man,

I have PS3 model CECH 4001B, Could you confirm if it is universal or not?
I bought it from US but I had to move to UAE (In UAE the power is 50Hz and 220Volt)
On the box and in manual it is stated that the power ratings are 120 V 60 Hz 

Thank you in advance =)

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Apr 28, 2014
Guys I have cech 4201c. I am using it on 220v. But on it says 110v. All ps3 are multivolt so dont worry! I was worried about it and wondered all over internet on almost all ps3 forums. And noone was saying that ps3 have limits in volt. Its works 110-240v almost all models exept some European models thats works on 220-240. So dont worry it will not blow up
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Re: Is the PS3 dual voltage?

Jun 26, 2014

Guys I know this topic has been going for a while now but I need to ask I bought my play3 in Japan 4 years ago, the model no. is cech-2000A, outside it just says "100V~2.5A" currently I live in Chile and the energy is 220V, so my question, Is it save to plug in my play 3? I'm asking because I cannot find my model in the chart that was presented in one of the replies

I really appreciate the help, I don't want to fry my system

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