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We Stand Behind Our Product: One Year Warranty on All units
These standard 12V Power Supplies are ideal for all home or consumer application. They have a very low failure rate, and are covered by a 1 year warranty.
These UL listed power supplies recieve the highest level of testing, and are UL certified for
manufacturing quality. They have a 0% failure rate, and come with a 2 year
immediate replacement warranty.
This power adapter supplies a constant current, Ideal for all types of
LED based lights, including signs, camera lights, LED strips and many more.
Do you have any power supplies with a different connector than the 5.5mm one in your listings?? My mini router uses 12v power adapter a slightly smaller barrel connector.
Hi Dan. Yes, almost all our power supplies are available with a smaller plug. We list the 5.5mm x 2.5mm one on most pages because it is the most common, and covers 95% of all devices. We can however, if you request it, send any of the units with a smaller 5.5mm x 2.1mm blug. The 2.1mm represents the inner barrel diameter, and should work with some smaller devices. If you are unsure, I would recommend ordering the standard one however because it does cover almost all unit, and even devices that need a 2.1mm plug will actually usually function with slightly bigger 2.5mm one. Also, for larger orders, we can custom make any connector size.. This is possible for orders of 100 units or more, and will have a 10 day lead time. I hope this answered your questions.
Does the output plug come with a choice of polarities? I require the centre connector to be + positive and i don't want to have to re-wire unless necessary.
Hi Eric... All the connectors on our 12V power supplies follow the standard polarity, which is center positive. This means the inside of the barrel is positive, and the outside is negative... It is possible to switch the polarity by cutting the 2 wires, and switching them around and reconnecting them with electrical tape... This is safe and effective.
My husband is a paranormal investigator so I am constantly searching & purchasing audio, video, & surveillance equipment, so I actually have a couple of questions. Any assistance &/or advice you can give will be greatly appreciated. (1) While moving, I ran acrossed an AC/DC power adapter (all by its lonesome) with the printing: Model # DY-08050/ Input: 100-240 VAC (50/60Hz) Output: 8volt--500mA. Do you have any idea what device this might be for? We're thinking it could be for one of the Canon ZR500, or ZR700 camera's but are not prepared to chance plugging it in w/o further advice. (2) We are also searching for a mini portable power source ( to charge) in order to power wireless mini DV camera/camcorder's, & IR lights. Lightweight enough to "dangle" from the Swann wireless surveillance camera's would be GREAT! But ANY suggestions are greatly appreciated. Please respond at your earliest convenience, & we thank you for your assistance. Respectfully, Mike & Missy PostScript: Listed below are devices they would need to power: (1) Swann wireless camera's,(2) Sony (Handicam/Mini DV's/DCR/DVD's/Cybershot camera & Hi-8/S-VHS-C/ & VHS-C (3) Canon (Elura,ZR500/ZR700/DCR/DVD-100/DCR/DVD-200/& ELF series. (4) & a few misc. camera & camcorders (DGX/Olympus/Sylvania/Panasonic) Thank you again! Respectfully, Mickey & Missy
Hi MIke and Missy. While I cannot answer about specific devices and brands, I can let you know how to find the power supply you need yourself. All you need to know is the Voltage of the device, and the Amperage it uses. The voltage has to be an exact match, so if your devices uses a 12 Volt power, you will need to use a 12V power supply. Amperage on the other hand, is a minimum number. For example, if your device uses 9 Amps, you can use a 9 Amp adapter, or a bigger one.... So a 10A power supply can handle an 9A, and 8A, a 7A, load etc... The device will just pull what it needs... So if you match the voltage and amperage, the device will work...