Can anyone tell me what is the actual supply voltage in Irish republic? I know officially its 230 volts but I'm sure that's not the true voltage i know it will vary place to place but just on average will do.
230 volts in theory, and also 230 volts in practice most of the time in most places.
The Irish Republic was 230 volts nominal BEFORE the EU voltage harmonisation.
The UK was 240 volts and still tends to be 240 volts even if we now call it 230. Mainland Europe was 220 volts and still tends to be 220 volts in many places though now called 230.
But the Irish republic was 230 volts in theory and in practice, and still is.
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