How to use plugs from Philippines in Cook Islands
Plugs, sockets, adapters and other information needed for travelling from Philippines to Cook Islands in this page. If you want a report for other countries, re-start the wizard to find to electric adapters for your trip here.
Quick Chart at-a-glance
|Plugs Type:||A, B, C.||I.|
If you are an electrical savvy, perhaps the previous chart is all you need. If this is not the case, you can continue reading and discover what the chart is saying!
Plugs and Sockets at each country
In Philippines the following plugs are used: (and Manila, Cebu, El Nido, Puerto Galera, Puerto Princesa, Iloilo, Coron.)
|Plug Type A||Plug Type B||Plug Type C|
|Outlet Type A||Outlet Type B||Outlet Type C|
... and in Cook Islands you will use: (and Avarua.)
|Plug Type I|
|Outlet Type I|
Rainforest in Cook Islands
The voltage is not exact, but the difference is usually tolerable by electrical devices. Its mostly safe to plug your electrical apparatus from Philippines in Cook Islands without a voltage adapter. If you have any concerns with a special device i.e. a medical device, you probably want to seek further professional help.
Different plug systems
Sorry, none of the plugs used in both countries are common. You will definitelly need plug adapters, please continue reading for more information.
Lists of adapters you can use in your travel:
This adapter allows you to use plugs type: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, M into outlets type: I.
This is a very cheap adapter without loose terminal and finger protection; it does have earth pass-though (good); but no good grip because of so many different supported plugs. We recommend to use a more expensive option if available.
No equal Hertz
This is not a big issue. Unless you are using an electric alarm clock or some motors when speed is an issue. Explanation: Some alarm clocks uses the frequency of electricity network to measure time. So, time shifts could be experimented. Almost every home electronic device works perfectly with different Hertz.