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Which electrical socket is used in Aruba? - WhichPlug.com

Which electrical socket is used in Aruba?

Electrical Outlets in Aruba

In Aruba there's more than one socket type in use.

Socket Type A

Socket Type B

Socket Type F

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Other Considerations

Voltages

Aruba uses these voltages: 127V

Frequency of Electrical Current

Aruba uses these frequencies: 60Hz

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