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#230255 15-Feb-2018 10:52
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Hi,

 

Urgently need to get a my hands on 4x Cisco 8821 power supplies, part number CP-PWR-8821-AU= or the desktop chargers CP-PWR-DC8821-AU=

 

Willing to pay 10% on top of retail price if I can have someone collect today [Auckland] or even an overnight courier?

 

I can not find a supplier with either of them in stock!

 

 

 

TIA

 

[edit to add location]


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GoranZ
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  #1958537 15-Feb-2018 11:36
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Whenever I need this kind of thing I call these guys - http://www.conbrio-it.com/

 

 


pbolger
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  #1958546 15-Feb-2018 11:47
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If you just need the internal battery charged you could buy a universal Lion charger like the
Unipal Plus. Not super elegant, but it'll get you back on the air until you can find something more permanent.

 

I have one you can borrow for the cost of postage if you like, but I'm in Chch, so it'd take a couple of days to get there.

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


dt

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  #1958565 15-Feb-2018 12:12
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GoranZ:

 

Whenever I need this kind of thing I call these guys - http://www.conbrio-it.com/

 

 

 

 

Cheer mate i've sent them an email

 

 

 

pbolger:

 

If you just need the internal battery charged you could buy a universal Lion charger like the
Unipal Plus. Not super elegant, but it'll get you back on the air until you can find something more permanent.

 

I have one you can borrow for the cost of postage if you like, but I'm in Chch, so it'd take a couple of days to get there.

 

 

Good idea, could definitely make do until the replacements arrive. Extremely kind of you to offer and I do appreciate it, if I don't have any luck hunting anything down today i'll swing by PB this afternoon to pickup one of their universal li-on chargers.


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