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Topic # 215098 12-Jun-2017 15:26
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I require a couple of spare power adapters for the ONT's used by Chorus, anyone know where I can source them ? These will be as spares for clients *when* their own adapters go *bang* and need to get up and running ASAP. No home made jobs thanks :D

 

We dont always have time to wait for Chorus to send one out.

 

TIA :)

 

 





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  Reply # 1798599 12-Jun-2017 16:13
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These guys may be able to sell you something compatible, without the DC UPS.





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  Reply # 1798930 12-Jun-2017 20:25
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Why not kill 2 birds with 1 stone and get some of these?

 

Then their original PSU can be the spare.





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  Reply # 1798937 12-Jun-2017 20:28
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Silly question time, have you asked Chorus?




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  Reply # 1798945 12-Jun-2017 20:45
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cisconz:

 

Why not kill 2 birds with 1 stone and get some of these?

 

Then their original PSU can be the spare.

 

 

Similar to the link I posted.





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