M a i n t a i n i n g & T r a n s p o r t i n g
AC power supply
Check the power rating labels on the rear of the computer's system
unit and its monitor to ensure that they are compatible with the AC
It is imperative that the computer is set to the correct voltage range before use.
If not, the machine may be irreparably damaged.
The computer can function within two alternative AC power supply
ranges, according to the position of the voltage selection switch on
the rear of the system unit:
The voltage setting of the monitor must always be the same as the
voltage setting of the system unit. See the User's Guide that
accompanies the monitor or consult your supplier to find out how to
change the voltage setting.
Make sure that the system unit and the monitor are returned to their
original voltage settings when you return home.
AC power cord
The AC power cord and plug supplied with the computer comply
with the safety standards applicable in the country in which it is first
sold. If you plan to use the computer in another country, you must
get a power cord that complies with the safety standards of the
destination country. For further details, see the Power Connection
APRICOT 340 OWNER'S HANDBOOK
AC power supply (voltage and frequency)
100 - 120 volt AC, 50 - 60 Hz
220 - 240 volt AC, 50 - 60 Hz