Need Dynalink power supply

Gigabyte / M61pme-s2
April 28, 2010 at 17:09:26
Specs: Microsoft Windows 7, 3 GHz / 4 GB
I have a Dynalink modem V1433VQE which has become separated from its power supply. There are all sorts of power supplies here. What AC voltage am I looking for?

Terry


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#1
April 28, 2010 at 17:22:58
The AC voltage you need is the one coming out of your wall socket. 120 volts if you live in the USA/Canada. 230 volts if you live in Europe. Guessing that you live in New Zealand it is the same as Europe,

Its the DC voltage you need to be concerned with along with power requirements in Amps. If you still had the old power supply that would tell you otherwise you need to read the specs for the Modem.

Stuart


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#2
April 28, 2010 at 19:40:51
No, the modem specifiies an AC input, but with the kind of socket you usually see for a DC input. So not mains voltage. Obviously there is a rectifier and regulator chip internally.

It is the AC voltage from the adaptor I need.

And the problem is that I don't know which of all these power supplies I have is the correct one. Most are DC output. Maybe I have lost the correct one, and I may have to end up buying a new one.

I'm still trying to find the specs for the modem. They are in short supply out there. Hence my question in this forum.

Terry


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#3
April 29, 2010 at 04:38:55
In that case you are probably;y best contacting the manufacturer. Power supplies with AC outputs are rare and you are going to need something specifically designed for the Modem.

http://www.dynalink.co.nz/contact

Stuart


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