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Topic # 230713 9-Mar-2018 15:15
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I'm looking for a power adapter compatible with the HPE PS1810-8G Switch - where could I find it, please? https://www.ascent.co.nz/productspecification.aspx?itemID=417727 





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  Reply # 1971975 9-Mar-2018 15:46
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Does it say the required voltage on the unit?


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  Reply # 1971977 9-Mar-2018 15:51
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7.2w , .5A I think

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  Reply # 1971978 9-Mar-2018 15:51
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https://www.jaycar.co.nz/switchmode-mains-adaptor-12vdc-1-5a/p/MP3486 would probably do it, providing it isn't a proprietary connector, this is assuming it is 12v (which it seems to be from a google image search).

 

 




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  Reply # 1971982 9-Mar-2018 15:57
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The unit has a lifetime warranty from HPE, they should swap it out if faulty



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  Reply # 1971984 9-Mar-2018 16:02
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No, not faulty. I have a US unit and used with original power for a while but now thinking of sending up to an office so need the NZ plug.





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  Reply # 1971989 9-Mar-2018 16:16
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I'm sure the NZ power supply was universal input, is the US not? If so it should just be a case of changing the power cable :)



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  Reply # 1971995 9-Mar-2018 16:25
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Yeah, just pulled the spec sheet. That's annoying.

It can be powered by PoE on port 1 if push comes to shove

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  Reply # 1972281 10-Mar-2018 11:53
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@ArcticSilver:

 

https://www.jaycar.co.nz/switchmode-mains-adaptor-12vdc-1-5a/p/MP3486 would probably do it, providing it isn't a proprietary connector, this is assuming it is 12v (which it seems to be from a google image search).

 

 

Yes, it's 12v 1A - the adapter is 12v 1.5a. Not sure about the plug though - it seems the black one (2.5 DC - 5.5 OD) should work. 





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  Reply # 1972294 10-Mar-2018 12:19
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Watch the 2.5mm OD plugs, many have enough spring to sometimes make a crap connection to a 2.1mm pin, leading to massive headaches over why crap randomly resets for no reason.





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  Reply # 1972298 10-Mar-2018 12:28
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freitasm:

 

Yes, it's 12v 1A - the adapter is 12v 1.5a. Not sure about the plug though - it seems the black one (2.5 DC - 5.5 OD) should work. 

 

 

The adapter linked should work provided it has the right sized connector. 

 

Your other option would be to go to a computer recycling center and look through a box of power supplies (if available), 12V 1A (or anything more than 1A) is not uncommon. This would also give you a chance to test the fit of the plug into the socket and do away with the need for universal adapter connections.

 

Edit: Global PC/Jaycar or other stores like these might also be a good place to try and might let you test the fit first.


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  Reply # 1972312 10-Mar-2018 12:35
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You could also look for an HP power supply part number 5066-1122, that was the NZ power supply for this switch.

It is a universal power supply so there may be a few around

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