The charger itself is auto switching 110-240 volts. However you must change the power cord to match the voltage . The cords are generic and available in any electronics store. The voltage is written on the cord, so if you purchased it in the US it will be a 110 volt cord so you must get a 220 volt cord for Europe.
someone answered back and said it's 'solid' when charged; have you experienced this exact charger, the mh-66 being solid green when fully charged? my old mh-63 is sold green when fully charged; but this seems to be NO COLOR when charged. but does YOURS turn to fully green? thanks. I'm just trying to determine if mine is defective.
asked 10 months ago
10 months ago
on MH-66 Battery Charger
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When the MH-66 is charging the light flashes. When charging is completed the light stops flashing and stays lit until the battery is removed or the charger is unplugged. If the light on the MH-66 is not lit when a battery is inserted then there could be a problem with the charger or battery. For more info contact Nikon Support: http://support.NikonUSA.com.