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I have imported an Xbox One to Maldives and I am trying to buy a voltage transformer. Can anyone say approximately how many watts an Xbox One produces ?. Later i will buy a power supply when they release it for asia.
Your Xbox One console has an external fan-assisted power supply unit (PSU). It measures 6.69 x 1.88 x 2.96 inches (approximately 17 x 4.8 x 7.5 cm). Note that the PSU has the same basic design in all countries. There are no dimensional changes between the
100-110V, 220-240V and 100-240V versions.
Important Microsoft does not license any non-Microsoft accessories that plug into the Xbox One console's power socket. The use of any accessory other than the standard Xbox One PSU may damage your console and void your console warranty.
*PSUs are designed to be used only in the regions where they are sold.
*Don't try to use an Xbox One PSU that was built for a region that has different power requirements.
*Don't use an unlicensed accessory, such as a non-Microsoft replacement PSU, or any accessory that plugs in *between the console and the PSU.
*Don't use the Xbox One external PSU outside the country where it was sold. If you use the PSU in a different country, it or your console may be damaged, and the warranty may be invalidated.
*The Xbox One PSU contains an internal fuse that helps protect your console from voltages that are too high and power surges. However, the PSU is a sealed unit. Therefore, you can’t replace the internal fuse.