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Sudan Sudan electrical outlets : do I need a travel adapter?

You're going to travel to Sudan and you don't know if your electric devices (your computer, mobile phone, battery charger...) will be able to work there?

To know if you need a travel plug adapter to go to Sudan, you have to consider 3 things : the shape of the plugs, the voltage and the frequency of the current delivered by electrical outlets in Sudan.

Electrical outlets (sockets) and plugs used in Sudan

Here are the shape of the sockets in Sudan, and the the types of plugs used in Sudan :

electrical outlet socket type C in Sudan
type C
electrical outlet socket type D in Sudan
type D

plug type c  plug type d  

Plug adapter for Sudan

If none of your usual plug is compatible, you should buy a travel adapter to be able to plug your electric devices in Sudan (please visit our selection on Amazon for more details).

best travel adapters for sudan

Prepare your travel to enjoy your stay in Sudan

What is the type of electrical outlets and current in Sudan?

The type of electrical outlets commonly used in Sudan is Type C (European 2-pin) and Type D (Indian 3-pin).

The current in Sudan is usually 230 volts, with a frequency of 50 hertz.

How can I charge the battery of my phone or computer in Sudan?

In Sudan, you can charge the battery of your phone or computer using various methods:

1. Electrical outlets: Most modern phones and computers come with a charger that can be plugged into an electrical outlet. Sudan uses Type C and Type D electrical outlets, so make sure you have the appropriate plug adapter if your charger doesn't fit directly into these socket types.

2. USB charging: Many phones and computers can also be charged through a USB port. You can either connect your device directly to a USB port on a computer or laptop, or use a USB wall adapter with the appropriate plug adapter for Sudan's electrical outlets.

3. Power banks: Power banks are portable chargers that can be used to charge your devices on the go. You can charge the power bank in advance when you have access to electricity, and then use it to charge your phone or computer later, even when you don't have access to a power source.

4. Solar chargers: If you're in an area with ample sunlight, you can also consider using a solar charger to charge your phone or computer. These chargers harness solar energy and convert it into usable power. They usually come with a built-in battery that stores the energy for later use.

Remember to always use reliable and certified charging equipment to avoid any potential damage to your device. It's also important to be mindful of the voltage and electrical standards in Sudan to ensure compatibility and safety.

Which power adapter should I buy for Sudan?

When buying a power adapter for Sudan, it is important to consider the country's specific electrical standards. Sudan uses a power supply voltage of 230V and a frequency of 50Hz. The plug type most commonly used in Sudan is the Type C plug which has two round pins.

To ensure compatibility, it is recommended to purchase a power adapter that supports the Type C plug and can handle the voltage and frequency of Sudan. Additionally, it is advisable to check for a power adapter that has surge protection to safeguard your devices from power fluctuations.

You can easily find suitable power adapters for Sudan online or at electronics stores. Make sure to double-check the product specifications and look for customer reviews before making a purchase. It is always better to choose a reputable brand to ensure the safety and compatibility of your devices.

What are the 20 largest cities in Sudan?

The 20 largest cities in Sudan are:

  1. Khartoum
  2. Omdurman
  3. Port Sudan
  4. Kassala
  5. El Obeid
  6. Wad Medani
  7. Medani
  8. El Gedaref
  9. En Nuhud
  10. El Fasher
  11. Atbara
  12. Kadugli
  13. Ad-Damazin
  14. Geneina
  15. El Daein
  16. Kosti
  17. Khartoum North
  18. Er Roseires
  19. Ed Damer
  20. Al Qadarif