Before you visit or move to Germany, check if your devices work with German power outlets.
German power socket type
German houses have Type F power outlets. They’re also called Schuko or CEE 7/3 sockets. This is the same socket as in most European countries, and many Asian countries.
CEE 7/4 and 7/17 “Shuko” plug work in German power outlets:
CEE 7/16 Europlugs also work in German power outlets:
CEE 7/7 plugs also work in German wall sockets:
German power socket voltage
Germany has 230 Volt, 50 Hz power sockets. If your country uses the same voltage and frequency, you just need a travel adapter.
Plugs, sockets and voltage by country – worldstandards.eu
If your country uses a different voltage or frequency, check if your devices support 230V, 50Hz input. This information is always written on the charger.
If your charger does not support 230V, 50Hz, you need a travel adapter with a voltage converter. They are bigger and more expensive.