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Topic # 29803 20-Jan-2009 10:17
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Hi guys, just wondering if someone could recommend a place where I could purchase a cheapish AC adapter-

Input: 120v 60hz 600MA       Output: +32v 844MA?????


It is a replacement HP cord for a Photosmart.

 


Many thanks

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  Reply # 190978 21-Jan-2009 10:12
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Most Cash Converters stores have a swag of different adaptors near their electrical goods.




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  Reply # 191056 21-Jan-2009 14:17
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Try Jaycar or even Dick Smiths.  32v seems pretty high for a consumer device though?

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  Reply # 191089 21-Jan-2009 16:27
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Are you sure you want an adapter for 120v 60hz input? Sounds dangerous to plug into any NZ outlet.

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  Reply # 191111 21-Jan-2009 17:44
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Jarno: Are you sure you want an adapter for 120v 60hz input? Sounds dangerous to plug into any NZ outlet.

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Heh heh, how many of us looked at this and didn't pick this up, just looking at the important output values...
Probably a universal smps, but, yeah...

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