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I am looking for an ac power adapter for a claybrooke 10 in 1 radio
Need to adaptor 100-240V input,12V out 2.5A
Hi DAvid.. THat is the standard power supply. LIsted under 12V 2.5A Power supplies on the main page. YOu can select both the UL listed or the Non-UL one.. Both will work for your application.
I am looking for a replacement power pack for an elliptical and it requires an input of 100-240V (50/60Hz 0.8A) and an output of 12V, 2250mA. The cord that I'm replacing says that it is a "Class 2 Power Supply". Is that something that you can match? Thank you. John
I am looking for a power adapter for a Artco footspa massage chair, it is a 110 12v 100ma adapter, do you have anything that will work, Thank you
Hello.. 100mA is equivalent to 0.1 Amp. So if you device uses 0.1A, and it is 12 Volt. You would use a 12V 1 Amp Power supply, which can handle all loads UP TO 1A. You just have to make sure that your device uses a standard DC connector, which is a 5.5mm x 2.5mm center positive barrel connector.
I need a power adapter for a brookstone digital picture frame, model AH 812-B requires a 12 V DC..any clue what I might use
Hi Cindy. We are unable to give you information about which power supply to use for a specific device, but it is easy do do this research on Google. All you have to do is find the Voltage of the power supply, which I assume will be 12 Volt. Then you should find how many watts your device uses, and divide by the voltage (12) to get the Amps. Now you just order a power supply that has the same, or HIGHER amp rating than your device. For example, if you TV is 12 Volt, and uses 60 Watts, you will divide 60 by 12, to get 5 Amps (5A). This means you can use a 5A, 6A, 7A, or any higher Amp rated power supply. Also, make sure that your TV uses the standard 5.5mm x 2.5mm DC connector, which is what all the units we have come with,