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  Reply # 1602326 1-Aug-2016 15:27
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MadEngineer:

 

or, any computer shop.

 

 

Acquire have them

 

Still trying to figure out which one I would go for.


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  Reply # 1625289 7-Sep-2016 22:07
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Purely by coincidence I saw the same combined power supply + 12V UPS units available from Altronics. They're a bit pricey, and you'd need either relatives in Aus to forward them or pay for shipping to NZ (not sure what the cost will be). OTOH it is a convenient one-step UPS replacement for a wall wart. Alternatively you can get this unit, which takes a 12V 7A SLA and turns it into a 12V UPS. Looks kind of ugly though, I'm guessing its meant for things like security cameras and alarms.

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