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Old September 10th, 2007, 05:23 PM
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I know on Carnival's website it says there is one outlet with 110V & 220V. What I need to know is up to how many watts can I plug in? I have something with 175watts and something with 250 watts. Thanks for any help you can offer.

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Old September 10th, 2007, 05:34 PM
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Susie;
You should be good for about 2400 to 3600 Watts. They are either a 20 amp, or 30 amp circuit.
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What I need to know is up to how many watts can I plug in?

You could easily plug both 175 + 250 watt appliances in at the same time. A typical residential outlet is 15-20 amps, I'll assume Carnival's ship outlet to be 15 amps. Watts = volts X amps. 110v X 15amps = 1650 watts max. I taught Ohm everything he knows!
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Hi Susie: Yes, you shouldn't have any problems with the items you've listed, howver, be advised that there is only one 110V and one 220V 50 cycle outlet (European outlet) in most of the cabins, and one low amperage 110V outlet in the bathroom. (designed for an electric shaver) Be sure to take an extension cord with multiple outlets if you need to plug in more than one device at a time.
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