Sega Saturns tend to have one of three power supplies. The very long (above), aka “Type B”…
And the slightly shorter known as “Type C”.
You can mix and match between like types, 110V to 220V and visa versa but they have to be a physical match for fitting. You also lose out on the 9V/12V rail on PAL consoles, I believe that’s used for SCART RGB switching or something along those lines. Don’t quote me on that though. Composite or bust!
There’s also the “Type A” for the Model 1 VA0 Saturns where the PSU is attached to the upper casing rather than the bottom casing. Summed up here by Zyrobs:
Type A is only used in VA0 motherboards, it is held onto the top of the case. Pinouts are gnd, gnd, 3.3v, 5v, (not connected), 9v.
Type B is used in VA1 to 5, it is the “longer” power supply and is always 5 pin. Pinouts being gnd, gnd, 3.3v, 5v, 9v.
Type C is used from VA6 to VA15, it is the “shorter” power supply. NTSC machines have 4 pins: gnd, gnd, 5v, 5v. PAL machines use 5 pins: gnd, gnd, 5v, 5v, 9/12v.