EPS is prepared to assist you in your transition to your international ministry assignment. We understand there may be many adjustments for you to make in your new situation.
One adjustment may be to a new electrical system. You will need to know the local voltage, cycles, reliability, and stability. We have 110v/60hz here in North America. Most places in the rest of the world use 220v/50. Maybe you plan to generate your own power.
Another adjustment may the type of broadcast and recording system used in the country to which you are going. Here in North America we use a system called NTSC. Others systems in use are PAL and SECAM, with sub-systems of each of those. Fortunately there are multi-system products that can recognize more than one system if that is what you need.
Another adjustment may be the style of the electric plugs and receptacles used in your country. Sometimes you may be able to use adapters; other times you may have to cut off the furnished plug and rewire the cord with a local plug.
As you can see there are no universal, worldwide standards. So it is important for you to gather as much information as possible from your contacts in the country so you can be as prepared as possible. We can assist you by helping you know what questions to ask and guiding you based on our years of experience. However, the more information you gather, the better we can work with you.
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FOR YOUR SPECIAL PRICES CALL EPS (800) 445-6791 Monday-Friday 9am-5pm Eastern Time. We look forward to hearing from you.