Hi, I bought my D200 and charger in Canada a couple of years ago. I am going to travel in China. Given the local voltage is 220-240V, can I still use this charger? My charger comes with a cable with a "US" sticker on it. I wonder if I need another cable?
I spent 3 weeks in China in October. If you look on the back of your charger, it's rated 100-240 volts (mine is). Ergo: you can use it with plug adaptors. The Chinese use UK style plugs, American style and one other. Technically you need a cord rated for international since it's 220-240. The US one might overheat. I have an international cord I got somewhere. Having said that, I've used my US cord in 220-240 countries all over Europe, S.America, and New Zealand without a problem. I wouldn't go off and leave it though. If you're worried, cords are cheap.
Used the charger for my D100 on European 220 last year with just an adapter plug on the regular cord. Never any sign of the cord getting too hot. I seem to remember U.K. and Chinese voltage and plugs are the same. Nowadays a lot of electrical stuff is designed to work on either 110 or 220.