|Is it safe to use a laptop AC adapter with 220V power if the AC cable is not rated for 220V?|
The AC adapter supplied with my laptop is designed to accept voltage in the range of 100-240VAC at 50-60Hz, but the AC cable that plugs into the adapter unit itself is only rated to 125VAC 7.5A 2.5A. I know the adapter can accept 220V power, but is it safe to use this cable with the AC adapter to plug into a 220V socket?
Edit: The part in question is a 90W HP Smart AC Adapter. The laptop does not cause the AC adapter to draw more than about 80 watts from the socket (as measured with a Kill A Watt meter).
Edit 2: The amperage rating of the cable as marked on the attached label is 2.5A, not 7.5A.