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User Omar Asked:

Do UL listed power supply have same specs as the standard, ie, They will protect your valuable electronics against spikes and dips in power, and will shut themselves off in case of instability. If they overheat will they shut off? Can they be used in under cabinet LED lighting? Thanks.

Our Technician Answers:

Hi OMar.. Yes the specs for the UL and non UL version are the same. THe UL version has a lower failure rate though, and handles fluctuations in power better... And Yes, they are ideal for cabinet LED lighting.

User AlexP Asked:

Can you waterproof 12V power supply be placed directly in the rain?

Our Technician Answers:

Yes.. The 12V DC Waterproof power supply can be placed directly in the rain, but it cannot be submerged in water.

User Ron Lupo Asked:

Can a 12VDC 1000mA power adaptor from a Linksys WRT54G router be used for a Linksys WRT400N router?

Our Technician Answers:

Yes, the 12V 1 Amp power supply can power all Linksys routers.

User Dan Asked:

What is the difference between the standard 12v power supplies and the UL listed power adapters?

Our Technician Answers:

Hi Dan... The UL listed power supply adapter receives much more rigorous quality testing. Each of it's components is approved for quality and resistance. The standard power supply adapters which are great for home or consumer use have a 1 year warranty. The UL listed 12V power supplies are ideal for use in critical application, medical uses, sensitive equipment, where failure is not an option. They have a 2 year warranty.

User Saumya Asked:

Do I have to match the exact Amperage of the power supply I order, like I have to match the Voltage ?

Our Technician Answers:

No. Voltage is not like Amperage. Although the V in your specs must match exactly, the Amps (A) of a power supply represents a MAXIMUM LOAD. The Amp rating of the adapter you order has to be equal to, or GREATER than the rating of your device. A 5 Amp power supply can power any device from 0A up to 5A.