I live in the UK and have purchased an american FPGA (circuit board) that comes with a US plug. I have found a US-to-UK power adapter; one of the comments about it says
"...only use it with US items that are switch mode (things like laptop computers and phone chargers). You must not just plug in a US item that needs 110V - 120V for that you would need a Voltage Transformer as this adapter will not convert Voltage."
Now, on the plug for my FPGA is written
LTE Switching AC/DC power adapter
I/P: AC 100-240V 50/60H
O/P: DC 7.5V 0.2A
Will the adapter I linked to work safely with this FPGA plug?
PS I'm sorry if I have asked this in the wrong area, but I felt this area would be frequented by people who are most likely to be able to help.
PPS I know the plug says "switching" but I'm not sure if this is the same as "switch mode", and would rather hear the facts from someone on here.
PPS I have done lots of google research prior to asking this but cannot find anything that suggests "switch mode" means "switching", so please be gentle :)