Quick Answer: Is A Nintendo Switch Dual Voltage?

The Switch is multi-voltage like most modern computing devices so the voltage shouldn’t worry you.

European sockets are different to US sockets but a simple adapter will allow you to plug a US connector into a European socket.

What voltage does the Nintendo switch use?

5 volts

Does Nintendo switch support 220v?

Quora User, Nintendo Switch owner. Yes it can handle anything between 100 – 240V. Most modern electronic adapters is built this way.

Does the Nintendo switch need a converter?

1 Answer. You will not need anything more than a physical adapter. The Switch charger has printed on it, “Input: 100-240 V~ 50/60 Hz 1 A”, indicating that it can work with any input voltage between 100 and 240 volts AC, at either 50 or 60 Hz.

Can I use an American Nintendo switch in Europe?

@xaiamasters Theoretically it’s possible to use your Nintendo Switch in another country if you have the correct charger, it’s not recommended though. Nintendo’s warranty is only valid for the country that the Switch was purchased in. So if something goes wrong, you’re on your own.

Will any USB C work with Nintendo switch?

The Switch can connect to a USB-A power source by using a USB-C to USB-A cable. Such cables come with the Pro Controller and Joy-Con Charging Grip. It offers a slower charge, but Nintendo has suggested using USB-A power banks with the Switch. All USB PD is USB-C, but not all USB-C is USB PD.

Can you charge a Nintendo switch with a phone charger?

It is not recommended, but technically doable. However, the Switch is designed to charge on a higher amperage than some phone chargers output, so depending on the charger, your Switch might charge slowly, or if you’re using it, continue to deplete, but at a slower rate.