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Power Supply Adapters for Electronic Devices.

Power Supply Adapters for:

LED Lights   • Hard Drives   • Monitors
Video   •   DC Motors   •   Audio
Any device that requires stable DC power.
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Standard Power Supply Adapters: 12 Volt DC (12V DC):

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.

Standard Power Supply Adapter

UL Listed Power Supply Adapters: 12 Volt DC (12V DC):

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.

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Waterproof Power Supply Adapter: 12 Volt DC (12V DC / Outdoor)
Waterproof 12V Power Supply
Waterproof Power Supply for Outdoor or Humid Environment Use.
This power adapter has a sealed case that allows it to be placed in rainy
environments, humid environment, or other tough environmental conditions.
LED lights/Strips, Signs, Water Pumps, Security Cameras etc...
Power Supply Adapter for LED lights and Strips: 12 Volt DC (12V DC)
Power Supply Adapter for LED lights

This power adapter supplies a constant current, Ideal for all types of
LED based lights, including signs, camera lights, LED strips and many more.

Constant current for stable lighting

Ask An Expert

User Richard Asked:

Hi I want to use your 12V 10A power supply to power a car radio I have in my garage. Is this supply designed to be plugged into a 110V wall receptacle 100 percent of the time, even when the radio is turned off and drawing no power? Also what is the power supply current draw when it is plugged in but not supplying any power? Thanks Richard

Our Technician Answers:

Hi.. The 12V 10A Power Supply is Ideal for powering a car radio at home. Please make sure that the total watt usage of the car stereo is not more than 120W, which is the maximum load possible for this power supply. If the radio is turned off the power usage is almost zero. The power supply only turns on when there is a load on it... So you don't have to worry about the power supply passively using power.

User Ramon Asked:

I have a Relaxzen massage/heat chair, looking for replacement power adapter, any suggestions as to th right one?

Our Technician Answers:

Hi Ramon. I can't do all your research for you in relation to finding the power supply, but I can give you some hints.. The easiest way is to find the old or broken adapter for the device you want to power and look at it for the details. It will have the voltage as well as the amperage printed on it. So if it says 12V, you will need to use a 12 Volt power supply. The voltage has to be an exact match. The amperage will be shown either as A for Amps, or W for Watts. For this, you need to find a power supply that can supply the same, OR MORE, than what the current power supply indicates. So if the old power supply says 2A, you can use a 3A or a 4A, or even higher. If there is no amperage indicated on the old unit, there should be a wattage shown as "W". To get Amperage from Wattage, all you have to do is divide watts by volts. In this case you would divide by 12, So if the 12V power supply is 60 watts, that would be 60 W divided by 12V, which is 5A... So you would need a 5A or higher power supply. The other thing to check on the old power supply is the type of connector. All our power supplies have a standard DC connector. It is a barrel connector with an outside barrel of 5.5mm, and and inside barrel of about 2.5mm. If the old power supply has a non standard connector, square, or multiple pin, then you will need to order the universal power supply we carry, which has a set on interchangeable connectors so you can find one that matches your device. I hope this helps.

User Dave Somogyi Asked:

I just purchased a home siren (DSC SD30W). It claims to need 6-12v DC 1100ma, and it is also referred to as a 30 Watt siren. I can find 12v DC 2amp or greater, but many say max watt output is 24, or don't say at all. What adapter will work for this thing? Thanks

Our Technician Answers:

Hi Dave. If you device is 12 Volt, and it uses 30W (watts), it will need a power supply that can handle a load of 30 divided by 12, which is 2.5A. In this case you can use an power supply of 2.5A or higher. I recommend that you use a power adapter of at least 3A to make sure you are not running it at it's maximum capacity. Let me know if you have any other questions.

Power Supply News and Information

Choosing a Power Supply for A DC Motor

This article deals with the special considerations you must make when you are choosing a power supply for a a DC motor. These special considerations require an understading of continous vs peak draw, and how they effect any specific 12V Power Supply.

Power Supply News


When choosing a power supply for a DC motor, you must know two things about a motor. These are the continous draw of the motor, measured in AMPS, or Watts, and the Peak Draw. The continous draw is the amount of power, or load, that the DC motor pulls from the power supply when it is already running. This is usually a smaller number than the peak draw. It is often measured in Watts, which is equal to the Amperage of the motor, multiplied by the voltage. So a 5 Amp DC motor running at 12V will consume 60 Watts of power. This is called the continuos draw, and must be less than the contimous load rating of the power supply. THe other major factor to consider when selecting a power supply for a DC motor is the peak draw. This is the amount of draw when the motor is just starting up, going from a stopped to running state. This peak power limit is usually significantly higher that the continous draw... So if a motor draws 3A on continous running, it might draw up to 5 Amps or more for a few moments as it starts running. Most switching power supplies have a protection circuit, which will turn them off if load peaks beyond it's safe capabilities. You must ensure that the peak rating of the motor does not surpass the peak shutoff protection of the powr supply. An example is, that if you want to power a DC motor with a 3A continous draw, you must assume the peak draw as about 50% more, so you should select a 5A power supply. This will be enough to get through the peak power usage, and will of course have no trouble running the continous load of 3A. Hope that makes it clear.....