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Am 29.08.2014 15:00, schrieb Florian Effenberger:
Switzerland has the most "European" solution in that the two-pin
Europlug fits perfectly into the three-pin Swiss sockets. So, you won't
need an adaptor for these.

are you sure? Last time I tried in the hotel to put in my regular German
power plugs, it didn't work out. Either the socket was a bit too small,
or the distance between both pins was different.

Sorry to dwell on this. The German two pin-plugs with female earth don't fit because the pins are thicker than the holes in the plastic shields, but the unearthed *Europlugs* and similar ones do fit.


Swiss pins are 4 mm diameter and 18.4 mm apart. You can thus also use insulated 4 mm banana plugs.

Cheers, Theo

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