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    Question SN25P - Bought in US.. Can I use in EU?

    I purchased my Shuttle in the US. However I travel to the EU for work months at a time. I bought the SFF because I bring my computer with me, however I noticed that the power supply doesn't have the red switch at the back switching to 240 volts. Anyone know what my options are? Do I have to order a EU power supply?

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    it probably auto selects for the voltage but you should check that out in the manual etc.

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    To confirm that Shuttle PSUs are auto-switching - you'll be just fine.

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    Thanks a lot guys. You both saved me valuable time. Much appreciated.

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    Yes

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