Do I need a voltage converter with the Pumani?

Do I need a voltage converter with the Pumani?

The Pumani runs on 220 volt AC (wall) power. If your facility uses 220 V AC power, you do not need a voltage converter. If your facility uses 120 V AC power, you do not need a voltage converter either. You may still need an adapter on the end of the power cord to plug the cord into your outlet.

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