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Sockets and plugs in countries

Розетки и вилки в странах


Розетки и вилки в странах

Plug connectors (from it. Stopsel - a stopper) are devices for detachable connection of electrical appliances to an electric network. The plug connection consists of two parts: sockets and plugs.

A power outlet is a part of a connector to which electrical energy is supplied from a source. The Russian name comes from a common decoration. To prevent contact with foreign objects, the socket is designed as a female connector.

A plug is part of a connector for connecting an electrical consumer to an outlet. The electrical contacts of the plug are usually in the form of pins, which give it some resemblance to a table plug, which is why the Russian name came about. It can be connected to the appliance with a flexible cable (cord), or it can be fixedly mounted on it.

Propagation of Standards

The widespread use of electricity in everyday life is impossible without the development of appropriate standards. The standardization of wiring products made it possible to make the use of electricity safer, appliances more reliable, inexpensive and massive. However, often the standards in different countries were developed independently of each other, which led to their great diversity and incompatibility with each other. Some standards were not widely adopted and disappeared. As a result of economic and political factors, some countries have changed their standards. Hotels and airports for the convenience of travelers may have sockets of foreign standards. In some countries, several connection, voltage and frequency standards may be used simultaneously, which often leads to problems.

Standardization

In recent years, many countries have agreed among themselves a few de facto standards that have become formally official national standards, although legacy connectors are still used in many countries. Some buildings have wiring that has been used for about a century, which was carried out before the introduction of modern standards.

Steps have been taken to unify the standards of different countries. For example, the CEE 7/7 plug is accepted in some European countries and is compatible with the types of sockets E and F, while the unpolarized CEE 7/16 plug (Euro plug) is compatible with sockets in most of continental Europe, the former USSR and many others countries. The IEC 60906-1 standard is proposed as a common standard for all 230-volt plugs and sockets around the world, but so far it has been adopted only in Brazil.

Many manufacturers of electrical appliances, such as personal computers, have adopted the practice of using an interchangeable cord plugged into the IEC connector. For each country, the device is equipped with a different cord, while the remaining parts remain unchanged. To select the voltage and frequency standards, a switch is installed, and sometimes the device is calculated for operation in a wide range of mains voltages, which became possible with the use of switching power supplies. The practical benefit of this approach is to simplify certification, as well as to release one device, instead of several for each standard.

Standards of different countries

The two most common voltage and frequency standards are the most common in the world. One of them is the American standard 110–127 Volts 60 Hertz, together with plugs A and B. The other standard is European, 220–240 Volts 50 Hertz, plugs of types C – M. Most countries have adopted one of these two standards, although sometimes there are transitional, or unique standards. The maps show which countries use these or those standards.

Стандарты разных стран
Voltage and frequency. Blue - 220/50, green - 220/60, yellow - 110/50, red - 110/60
Стандарты разных стран
Types of forks.


A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

Denominations of electrical networks. A guide to determining the types of plugs and sockets that you have.

Type of A photo Explanations
A

Type A. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency by country.

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Type A

  • NEMA 1-15 (North American 15 A / 125 V, Ungrounded) North America
  • GOST 7396.1-89 - type A 1-15 Russia
  • JIS C 8303 Class II (15 A / 100 V, Ungrounded) Japan

Type A plugs are compatible with Type B sockets. There are polarized and non-polarized Type A plugs. Polarized Type A plugs are not included in Type A unpolarized sockets because both slots in the outlet are equally narrow. However, unpolarized and polarized type A plugs are included in a polarized type A outlet and type B outlet.

The Japanese plug and socket are identical to the NEMA 1-15 type. Many Japanese sockets and multi-plug adapters are unpolarized — the slots in the sockets are the same size — and only accept unpolarized plugs. Japanese plugs generally fit most North American outlets without problems, but polarized North American plugs may require an adapter or replacement to connect to older Japanese outlets.

B

Type B. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency by country.

Type B. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency by country.

Type B. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency by country.

Type B

  • NEMA 5-15 (15 A / 125 V, earthed) North America
  • GOST 7396.1-89 - type A 5-15, Russia
  • JIS C 8303 Class I (15 A / 100 V, Ground) Japan
  • CSA 22.2, _ 42, Canada

  • NEMA 5-20 (20 A / 125 V, earthed) North America
  • GOST 7396.1-89 - type A 5-20, Russia
  • PBG (Parallel Blade with Ground), North America
  • Hubbell, North America
  • Edisson, North America

In addition to parallel flat knives, the Type B plug has a round, or U- shaped, grounding contact. Sometimes both supply contacts in type B plugs are narrow, because the plug cannot be connected incorrectly due to the grounding contact, however, the gaps in the outlet have different sizes for the correct connection of type A plugs. Not always 20 and 15 amp plugs and sockets match (but often it is).

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Type C. CEE 7/16. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

Type C. CEE 7/17. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

Type C. CEE 7/17. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

  • Type C

  • CEE 7/16 (Europlug) 2.5 A / 250 V
  • GOST 7396.1-89 - type C5 option II
  • CEI 23-5 Italy

This PLANE plug is designed for a current of 2.5 A. Since it is unpolarized, it can be inserted into the socket in any position, so the phase and neutral are connected randomly. The spacing and length of the pins allows you to safely plug it into most CEE 7/17 sockets Type C, Type E, Type H, CEE 7/4 (Schuko) Type F, CEE 7/7 Type E / F, Type J, Type K, and Type L (L10 ampere).

  • CEE 7/17 plug (16 A / 250 V, ungrounded)
  • GOST 7396.1-89 - type C6

This plug also has two round pins, but they have a diameter of 4.8 mm, like types E and F. The plug has a round plastic or rubber base that prevents it from being plugged into the small sockets provided for Europlug. The plug is intended only for large round sockets for types E and F, but can be inserted into a socket of type H, although this is undesirable, as they are designed for pins of a smaller diameter. The plug has both an opening for the grounding pin and (sometimes) contact strips for the side contacts.

C1 / C USSR
Type C1 (C USSR). USSR. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.
  • GOST 7396.1-89 - type C1 a (socket) and b (plug).

In the USSR, according to GOST 7396.1-89, there was a standard C1 plug, the same as type C, but with pins, 4 mm in diameter. This plug is designed for a current of 6A. It is difficult to plug the plug into the Soviet socket because of the difference in the thickness of the pins. It is difficult to turn on the Soviet plug in the euro socket because the C1 plug has a round base.

D and M

Type D. USSR. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

type D

Type M. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

type M

Type D

  • BS 546 BS 546 (5 A / 250 V, grounded)
  • GOST 7396.1-89 - type B1

She has three large round pins located at the tops of the triangle.

Type M

The 15-amp version of the D. plug. In most cases, the plugs and sockets of D and M are compatible. The pins on the D plug are already the pins on the M and this plug can always be pushed into the M socket (whether there will be contact - how lucky), but the M plug can not always be pushed into the D socket.

E

Type E. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

Type E. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

Type E. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

Type E

  • CEE 7/5
  • French type E
  • GOST 7396.1-89 - type C3

The socket is not compatible with the plug type F CEE 7/4. The grounding in the socket type E is made by a round pin, which is permanently integrated into the socket. The plug is round, with two round pins 4.8 × 19 mm in size, with a distance between them of 19 mm and an opening for the grounding pin of the socket. The socket fits into flat plugs type C Europlug 7/16 and CEE 7/17. The plug often fits other types of outlets; using force can damage the outlet.

F
Type F. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

Type F

  • CEE 7/4
  • German Schuko 16 A / 250 V, with grounding
  • GOST 7396.1-89 - type C2

Designed for currents up to 16 Amps, unpolarized and accepts plugs Type C and Europlug CEE 7/16 and 7/17.

E / f
Type E / F. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

Type E / F

  • CEE 7/7 plug
  • French-German 16 A / 250 V, with ground
  • GOST 7396.1-89 - type C4

The CEE 7/7 plug is compatible with types E and F. It is polarized when used with a type E socket, but in type F sockets the phase and neutral conductors are not adhered to. The plug is designed for 16 A. Earthing brackets on both sides for connecting to an outlet type F CEE 7/4 and socket contact for the grounding pin of an outlet type E CEE 7/5.

G
Type G. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

Type g

  • BS 1363
  • British 13 A / 230-240 V 50 Hz, grounded, with fuse
  • GOST 7396.1-89 - type B2 BS 1363.

Any fuse can be inserted into the plug, but for safety reasons it must be designed for the maximum current of the protected device. The fuse is 1 inch (25.4 mm) long according to British Standard BS 1362.

H
Type H. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency by country.

Type h

  • SI 32
  • Israeli 16 A / 250 V, with ground
  • IS16A-R

Two plugs and one socket are not found anywhere except Israel. Plugs are not compatible with other types of outlets. Most type H outlets must be plugged in type C.

I

Type I. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

Type I. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

Type I

  • AS / NZS 3112
  • Australasian type 10 A / 240 V
  • Chinese 10 A / 250 V
  • GOST 7396.1-89 - type A10-20
  • IRAM 2073 Argentinean 10A / 250V

J

Type J. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency by country.

Type J. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency by country.

Type j

SEV 1011 (Swiss type 10 A / 250 V).

For sockets, Swiss plugs or flat Europlug CEE 7/16 type C are suitable.

K
Type K. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency by country.

Type K

Danish 107-2-D1,

The socket is suitable for Danish plugs; plugs of type C CEE 7/16 or CEE 7/17, type E / F CEE7 / 7 and type F CEE 7/4 (Schuko) can be inserted into it. Forks almost never fit.

L

Type L. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

Type L. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

Type L. A summary table of the types of household plugs, sockets, the rating of the supplying electric single-phase voltage and network frequency for the countries of the world.

Type L - center pin - ground

  • CEI 23-16 / VII (Italian 10 A / 250 V)

A 10 amp socket (smaller) includes a Type C flat plug (CEE 7/16)

  • CEI 23-16 / VII (Italian 16 A / 250 V)

Doesn't fit anymore.

M
See Type D

Supply voltage and applicable types of sockets and plugs around the world.

Countries and Territories Socket Type Single phase voltage Network frequency Note (we will be pleased to add your comments)
Australia I 230 V 50 Hz
Austria C, f 230 V 50 Hz
Azerbaijan C 220 V 50 Hz
Azores C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Albania C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Algeria C, f 230 V 50 Hz
American Samoa A, B, F, I 120 v 60 Hz
Anguilla A, b 110 V 60 Hz
Angola C 220 V 50 Hz
Andorra C, f 230 V 50 Hz
Antigua A, b 230 V 60 Hz at the airport 110 V
Macau (Macau) D, M, G, rarely F 220 V 50 Hz
Argentina C, i 220 V 50 Hz
Armenia C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Aruba A, B, F 127 V 60 Hz in Lago 115 V
Afghanistan C, D, F 240 V 50 Hz anything happens
Bahamas A, b 120 v 60 Hz in some remote regions 50 Hz
Balearic islands C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Bangladesh A, C, D, G, K 220 V 50 Hz
Barbados A, b 115 V 50 Hz
Bahrain G 230 V 50 Hz in Avali 110 V, 60 Hz
Belarus C 220 V 50 Hz
Belize A, B, G 110 V, 220 V 60 Hz
Belgium C, e 230 V 50 Hz
Benin C, e 220 V 50 Hz
Bermuda A, b 120 v 60 Hz
Bulgaria C, f 230 V 50 Hz
Bolivia A, c 220 V 50 Hz in La Paz 115 V
Bosnia C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Botswana D, G, M 231 V 50 Hz
Brazil A, B, C, I 127 V, 220 V 60 Hz
Brunei G 240 V 50 Hz
Burkina Faso C, e 220 V 50 Hz
Burundi C, e 220 V 50 Hz
Butane D, F, G, M 230 V 50 Hz
Vanuatu I 230 V 50 Hz
Great Britain (England, Britain, United Kingdom) G, much less often D and M 230 V 50 Hz previously 240 V; sometimes additional low-voltage (110-115 V) socket in the bathroom, similar to type C
Venezuela A, b 120 v 60 Hz it is also possible 220 V with type G for powering air conditioners, etc.
Hungary C, f 230 V 50 Hz earlier 220 V
East Timor C, E, F, I 220 V 50 Hz
Vietnam A, c 220 V 50 Hz type A - in South Vietnam, type C - in North. Luxury hotels also use type G
Gabon C 220 V 50 Hz
Haiti A, b 110 V 60 Hz
Guyana A, B, D, G 240 V 60 Hz
Gambia G 230 V 50 Hz
Ghana D, G 230 V 50 Hz
Germany C, f 230 V 50 Hz earlier 220 V
Guadeloupe C, D, E 230 V 50 Hz
Guatemala A, b 120 v 60 Hz
Guinea C, F, K 220 V 50 Hz
Guinea bissau C 220 V 50 Hz
Gibraltar G, k 240 V 50 Hz type K only in Europort
Honduras A, b 110 V 60 Hz
Hong Kong G, M, D 220 V 50 Hz
Grenada G 230 V 50 Hz
Greenland C, K 220 V 50 Hz
Greece C, f 230 V 50 Hz earlier 220 V
Guam A, b 110 V 60 Hz
Denmark C, K, E 230 V 50 Hz
Djibouti C, e 220 V 50 Hz
Dominica D, G 230 V 50 Hz
Dominican Republic A, b 110 V 60 Hz
Egypt C 220 V 50 Hz
Zambia C, D, G 230 V 50 Hz
Western samoa I 230 V 50 Hz
Zimbabwe D, G 220 V 50 Hz
Israel C, H, M 230 V 50 Hz
India C, D, M 230 V 50 Hz
Indonesia C, F, less often G 127 V, 230 V 50 Hz
Jordan B, C, D, F, G, J 230 V 50 Hz
Iraq C, D, G 230 V 50 Hz
Iran F, less often C 220 V 50 Hz
Ireland D, F, G, M 230 V 50 Hz earlier 220 V; sometimes additional 110 V
Iceland C, f 230 V 50 Hz
Spain C, f 230 V 50 Hz earlier 220 V
Italy C, F, L 230 V 50 Hz earlier 220 V
Yemen A, D, G 230 V 50 Hz
Cape Verde (Cape Verde) C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Kazakhstan C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Cayman Islands A, b 120 v 60 Hz
Cambodia A, C, G 230 V 50 Hz
Cameroon C, e 220 V 50 Hz
Canada A, b 120 v 60 Hz sometimes an additional 240 V
Canary Islands C, E, F, L 220 V 50 Hz
Qatar D, G 240 V 50 Hz
Kenya G 240 V 50 Hz
Cyprus G 240 V 50 Hz
Kyrgyzstan C 220 V 50 Hz
Kiribati I 240 V 50 Hz
China (Mainland) A, C, I 220 V 50 Hz
DPRK C 220 V 50 Hz
Colombia A, b 120 v 60 Hz sometimes an additional 240 V
Comoros C, e 220 V 50 Hz 50 Hz
Democratic Republic of the Congo (Kinshasa) C, D 220 V 50 Hz
Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville) C, e 230 V 50 Hz
Korea (South) A, B, C, F 220 V, rarely 110 V 60 Hz types A and B are used at 110 V in older buildings
Costa Rica A, b 120 v 60 Hz
Cote D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) C, e 230 V 50 Hz
Cuba A, b 110 V 60 Hz
Kuwait C, g 240 V 50 Hz
Laos A, B, C, E, F 230 V 50 Hz
Latvia C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Lesotho M 220 V 50 Hz
Liberia A, B, C, E, F 120V, 240V 50 Hz earlier than 60 Hz; in private electric networks, it is possible to maintain a frequency of 60 Hz; types A and B are used at a voltage of 110-120 V
Lebanon A, B, C, D, G 110 V, 200 V 50 Hz
Libya D, L 127 V, in selected cities 230 V 50 Hz
Lithuania C, f 230 V 50 Hz earlier 220 V
Liechtenstein C j 230 V 50 Hz
Luxembourg C, f 230 V 50 Hz earlier 220 V
Mauritius C, g 230 V 50 Hz
Mauritania C 220 V 50 Hz
Madagascar C, D, E, J, K 127 V, 220 V 50 Hz
Madeira C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Macedonia C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Malawi G 230 V 50 Hz
Malaysia G, rarely M, C 240 V 50 Hz Type M is used to connect air conditioners, dryers, etc. C - for audio-video equipment
Mali C, e 220 V 50 Hz
Maldives A, D, G, J, K, L 230 V 50 Hz
Malta G 230 V 50 Hz
Morocco C, e 127 V, 220 V 50 Hz transition to 220 V continues
Martinique C, D, E 220 V 50 Hz
Mexico A, b 120 v 60 Hz
Micronesia (Federated States of Micronesia, Yap, Chuuk, Pohnpei and Kosrae) A, b 120 v 60 Hz
Mozambique C, F, M 220 V 50 Hz type M is used near the border with South Africa, including in the capital, Maputo
Monaco C, D, E, F 127 V, 220 V 50 Hz
Moldova C, f 220-230 V 50 Hz
Mongolia C, e 230 V 50 Hz
Montserrat A, b 230 V 60 Hz
Myanmar (Burma) C, D, F, G 230 V 50 Hz type G is used only in expensive hotels
Namibia D, M 220 V 50 Hz
Nauru I 240 V 50 Hz
Nepal C, D, M 230 V 50 Hz
Niger A, B, C, D, E, F 220 V 50 Hz
Nigeria D, G 240 V 50 Hz
Netherlands Antilles A, B, F 127 V, 220 V 50 Hz
Netherlands (Holland) C, f 230 V 50 Hz earlier 220 V
Nicaragua A, b 120 v 60 Hz
New Zealand I 230 V 50 Hz
New caledonia E 220 V 50 Hz
Norway C, f 230 V 50 Hz
Channel Islands C, g 230 V 50 Hz
UAE C, D, G 220 V 50 Hz
Okinawa A, b 100 V 60 Hz at military facilities 120 V
Oman C, g 240 V 50 Hz
O. Maine C, g 240 V 50 Hz
Cook Islands I 240 V 50 Hz
Pakistan C, D, M, less often G 230 V 50 Hz Type M is used for connecting air conditioners, etc.
Panama A, b 110 V 60 Hz
Papua New Guinea I 240 V 50 Hz
Paraguay C 220 V 50 Hz
Peru A, B, C 220 V 60 Hz in Talar also 110 V, in Arequipa 50 Hz
Poland C, e 230 V 50 Hz
Portugal C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Puerto rico A, b 120 v 60 Hz
Reunion E 220 V 50 Hz
Russia C, f 220 V 50 Hz quite a lot of Soviet outlets and plugs according to GOST - type C 1 (C ussr) in the table
Rwanda C j 230 V 50 Hz
Romania C, f 230 V 50 Hz earlier 220 V; in places preserved sockets of the Soviet standard according to GOST - type C 1 (C USSR) in the table
Salvador A, b 115 V 60 Hz
Sao Tome and Principe C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Santa lucia G 240 V 50 Hz
Seychelles G 240 V 50 Hz
Saudi Arabia A, B, F, G 127 V, 220 V 60 Hz
Gaza Strip C, H, M 230 V 50 Hz
Senegal C, D, E, K 230 V 50 Hz
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines A, C, E, G, I, K 230 V 50 Hz
Serbia C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Singapore G, M, A, C 230 V 50 Hz types A and C are used to connect audio-video equipment, type M - for air conditioners, dryers, etc.
Syria C, E, L 220 V 50 Hz
Slovakia C, e 230 V 50 Hz
Slovenia C, f 230 V 50 Hz
Somalia C 220 V 50 Hz
Sudan C, D 230 V 50 Hz
Suriname C, f 127 V 60 Hz
USA A, b 120 v 60 Hz
Sierra leone D, G 230 V 50 Hz
Tajikistan C, i 220 V 50 Hz
Thailand A, B, C 220 V 50 Hz
Taiwan A, b 110V, 220V 60 Hz 220 V is used to power air conditioners, etc.
Tanzania D, G 230 V 50 Hz
Togo C 220 V 50 Hz in Lome 127 V
Tonga I 240 V 50 Hz
Trinidad and Tobago A, b 115 V 60 Hz
Tunisia C, e 230 V 50 Hz
Turkmenistan (Turkmenistan) B, f 220 V 50 Hz
Turkey C, f 230 V 50 Hz
Uganda G 240 V 50 Hz
Uzbekistan C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Ukraine C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Uruguay C, F, I, L 230 V 50 Hz earlier 220 V
Faroe Islands C, K 220 V 50 Hz
Fiji I 240 V 50 Hz
Philippines A, less often B 220 V 60 Hz in certain regions, such as Baguio 110 V
Finland C, f 230 V 50 Hz
Falkland Islands G 240 V 50 Hz
France C, e 230 V 50 Hz earlier 220 V; type C is not allowed to be installed for more than 10 years
French guiana C, D, E 220 V 50 Hz
French Polynesia (Tahiti) A, B, E 110 V, 220 V 60 Hz, 50 Hz
Croatia C, f 230 V 50 Hz
Central African Republic C, e 220 V 50 Hz
Chad D, E, F 220 V 50 Hz
Montenegro C, f 220 V 50 Hz
Czech Republic C, e 230 V 50 Hz
Chile C, L 220 V 50 Hz
Switzerland C j 230 V 50 Hz
Sweden C, f 230 V 50 Hz
Sri Lanka (Ceylon) D, M, G 230 V 50 Hz in new homes and expensive hotels more often type G
Ecuador A, b 120 v 60 Hz
Equatorial Guinea C, e 220 V 50 Hz
Eritrea C 230 V 50 Hz
Estonia C, f 230 V 50 Hz very little - according to GOST - type C 1 (C USSR) in the table
Ethiopia C, E, F, L 220 V 50 Hz
South Africa M 220 V 50 Hz in some cities 250 V
Jamaica A, b 110 V 50 Hz
Japan A, b 100 V 50 Hz, 60 Hz 50 Hz in Eastern Japan (Tokyo, Sapporo, Yokohama, Sendai), 60 Hz in Western (Okinawa, Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe, Nagoya, Hiroshima)