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  Reply # 795116 8-Apr-2013 16:31
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LennonNZ: THe ONT have a simple 110->240V AV 0.7A to 12V DC 1A Convertor

The Plug into the ONT I have not seem before but it just uses 2 Pins for Power but I've not looked what the plug is called.



Would you mind posting a pic of what this plug looks like? Thanks.




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DarthKermit:
LennonNZ: THe ONT have a simple 110->240V AV 0.7A to 12V DC 1A Convertor

The Plug into the ONT I have not seem before but it just uses 2 Pins for Power but I've not looked what the plug is called.



Would you mind posting a pic of what this plug looks like? Thanks.


Here you go.. only 2 of the pins (Left Hand Side) are used for the Power. 

Just to Note: this power adapter/plug and the ONT belongs to Chorus so you are not allowed to change it.


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  Reply # 795159 8-Apr-2013 17:56
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LennonNZ:
DarthKermit:
LennonNZ: THe ONT have a simple 110->240V AV 0.7A to 12V DC 1A Convertor

The Plug into the ONT I have not seem before but it just uses 2 Pins for Power but I've not looked what the plug is called.



Would you mind posting a pic of what this plug looks like? Thanks.


Here you go.. only 2 of the pins (Left Hand Side) are used for the Power. 

Just to Note: this power adapter/plug and the ONT belongs to Chorus so you are not allowed to change it.



Cheers for that. It looks kinda familar. I'm sure I've seen a very similar plug on some other gadget. No idea WTF they're called however.




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  Reply # 795189 8-Apr-2013 19:28
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Looks like the graphics card power connector or the atx12v one




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  Reply # 806674 28-Apr-2013 11:55
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Looks like 8 pin Molex





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  Reply # 806758 28-Apr-2013 16:01
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LennonNZ:
DarthKermit:
LennonNZ: THe ONT have a simple 110->240V AV 0.7A to 12V DC 1A Convertor

The Plug into the ONT I have not seem before but it just uses 2 Pins for Power but I've not looked what the plug is called.



Would you mind posting a pic of what this plug looks like? Thanks.


Here you go.. only 2 of the pins (Left Hand Side) are used for the Power. 

Just to Note: this power adapter/plug and the ONT belongs to Chorus so you are not allowed to change it.



The Power Supply for the ONT only has 2 pins used but the ONT uses all 8


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  Reply # 806897 28-Apr-2013 21:10
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LennonNZ:
DarthKermit:
LennonNZ: THe ONT have a simple 110->240V AV 0.7A to 12V DC 1A Convertor

The Plug into the ONT I have not seem before but it just uses 2 Pins for Power but I've not looked what the plug is called.



Would you mind posting a pic of what this plug looks like? Thanks.


Here you go.. only 2 of the pins (Left Hand Side) are used for the Power. 

Just to Note: this power adapter/plug and the ONT belongs to Chorus so you are not allowed to change it.



The Power Supply for the ONT only has 2 pins used but the ONT uses all 8



So is there an official UPS product that would work with the ONT?

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