Power Supply Adapters for:LED Lights • Hard Drives • Monitors
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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.
I am trying to find a replacement AC adapter. It says LITEON Motorola part no.524475-25 Model PB-1320-01C-ROHS ReV01 Do you supply this? or an exact equivalent?
Hi Jerry. I am not allowed to answer a question about a specific brand (accept for companies such as Seagate that refers clients to us). In order to find the correct power supply, I recommend that you research the model number in google, and find the voltage and the amperage which you can match on our website. You can also check for this information on the old power supply if you still have it and it is broken, or on the back of the device that you are trying to power. As long as you match the Volts and Amps, you should habe no problem finding the correct power supply.
i have a zoombox projector i need a 12.0 v dc power cord to run it. where can i find one? what amperage would i need?
Hi Samantha, You need to find out the voltage and the amp rating of your projector.. Looks like the voltage is known at 12 Volts, so you need to know the watts, or the Amp.. If all you find is the Watts, divide by 12, being the voltage, to find the Amp rating of the power supply you need... Also make sure that your device uses the standard connector, which is a barrel connector with a whole in the middle.. It should be about .5 CM wide.
I have a dart board that I can't find the cord to. Model number 78049 sn: 00492280 what adaptor would I need?
Hi Denise.. I am sorry to sat that we cannot answer questions about specific devices. You will have to do the research yourself. All you have to do is find out what voltage your device uses, and buy a power supply of the same voltage. The other thing you need to know is the Amperage of the power supply to buy. If your device is rated at 3A, for example, you can use and power supply of 3A and above, so it can be a 3 Amp, 4 Amp, 5 Amp, or even more... You cannot go lower on Amperage though. If your device giv es it;s power usage in watts instead of Amps, all you have to do is take the watts, and divide by the voltage (usually 12).. So if you device says 60 Watts, divided by 12 Volts, which gives you 5 Amps.
This article tries to explain the function of an AC/DC power supply by showing the difference between AC and DC current, the two major forms of electrical power that exist today.