Amperor 12 Volt Voltage DC-DC Stabiliser

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  1. Shubberdog

    Shubberdog Deleted User

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    Anyone wanting a 12v/12v regulated PSU can get it at 10% discount on ebay at the moment ::bigsmile:

    Amperor 12 Volt LCD/TFT Voltage DC-DC Stabiliser
    Item number: 110282812176
     
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  2. Losos

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    What a shame I'm not in Uk right now I could use one of those :Sad:
     
  3. New Rover

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    I e-mailed Amperor for info on an adapter for my lap-top.
    They, (Craig), responded very quickly but could not provide one for me when I gave them my requirements.
     
  4. Shubberdog

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    Losos

    I have sent you a PM.
     
  5. hilldweller

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    Just check your TV first, this is only 76W output.
     
  6. Shubberdog

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    My TV is only 25w ::bigsmile:
     
  7. hilldweller

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    That's good from a battery point of view.
     
  8. Thepips

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    What type of laptop is it? I maybe able to help.

    Regards
    Doug
     
  9. New Rover

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    Hi Doug, it is a Compaq Presario 2500.
    The mains adapter is rated at :-
    input 100-240V ~1.5A (1.5A) 50-60Hz
    output 18.5V (18.5V ) ---- 4.9A (4.9A)
    Also stamped on adapter is 90W.

    Cheers in advance.
     
  10. Thepips

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    No-one makes a 18.5v output adapter which may be why they said they couldn't help. I am surprised as it's not necessary and they've sold thousands for Compaqs and Dells. We've always recommended trying it on 18v first, if the charge light comes on fine, if not try 19v. Most adapters (at least the ones we've sold) have a tolerance of + or - 5%. At the 18v setting that's 17v to 19v and on 19v that's 18v to 20v. As the mains adapter also runs on a similar tolerance one or the other is fine.
    PM if you're still looking for an adapter.

    Regards
    Doug
     
  11. The Meerkat

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    Many thanks for the heads up Shubberdog, ordered mine on Thursday and arrived Monday morning - Credit to their service ::bigsmile:

    MK
     

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