What plugs are used in madeira

On Madeira the power plugs and socketspower plugs and socketsA plug is the movable connector attached to an electrically operated device, and the socket is fixed on equipment or a building structure and connected to an energised electrical circuit. The plug is a male connector, often with protruding pins that match the openings and female contacts in a socket.

Do you need a plug adapter for Madeira?

Re: Power adapter/plug question. Yes, you are quite right, the power sockets you will find in Madeira, and in the rest of Portugal are types F and C. Two pin plugs (type C) can also be used in a type F outlet.

What adapter do you need for Madeira?

The electrical sockets used in Madeira are type F. You will therefore need a UK 3 pin to type C/F plug adaptor in order to connect your devices.

What adapter do I need for Portugal?

This means that you will not need a converter or transformer but just a travel adaptor, because Portugal operates on a 230V supply voltage, which is within the 110-240V range that the dual voltage appliance operates on.

Does Portugal use European plugs?

In Portugal, types C and F are the official standards. Like almost all Continental European countries, Portugal has standardized on the German plug and socket system.

What does a Type F plug look like?

Plug type C is the plug which has two round pins and plug type F is the plug which has two round pins with two earth clips on the side.

What is plug type C?

Type C (electrical socket/electrical plug)
The Type C plug (also called the Europlug) has two round pins. The pins are 4 to 4.8 mm wide with centers that are spaced 19 mm apart; the plug fits any socket that conforms to these dimensions.