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Topic # 67942 11-Sep-2010 09:00
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Hi,
I am looking for an external power supply for a Dell 2001fp, 20" ultrasharp monitor. It runs at 20 volts and has a laptop type power in connector and a 4 pins connector to the monitor.




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  Reply # 378797 11-Sep-2010 16:15
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It is 20V 4.5A (90W) and on eBay it is about $45 including shipping. Also on Amazon for US$10 plus shipping. It is a universal supply so you can replace the mains plug if it is wrong (e.g. from the US) and not worry about 110V/60Hz.

You can buy a power supply at Dick Smith and change the connector, but you will probably end up paying over $100.




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