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wifiradiofan
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UK power supply for M2000 ?

Thu Jan 13, 2011 9:15 am

Yes again my power supply has packed up and I can't find any link to a UK one only a US one so is there still a UK power supply produced I wonder ??

Any help much appreciated
 
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Re: UK power supply for M2000 ?

Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:09 pm

wifiradiofan,

Maplin's L50BL should be suitable. Conrad UK also sell 24V PSUs, search for part numbers 51109189 or 51082489.

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Re: UK power supply for M2000 ?

Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:37 pm

Thanks for the info

Conrad nothing found but the Maplin one is 2.25A - is this ok as the orginal one was 0.75A ??
 
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Re: UK power supply for M2000 ?

Thu Jan 13, 2011 1:04 pm

wifiradiofan wrote:
Conrad nothing found

In the blue search box on the left side of the page there's a search field for part numbers. Type 511091 into the left section and 89 into the right. The same applies to 510824-89.

but the Maplin one is 2.25A - is this ok as the orginal one was 0.75A ??

The output current of the 5V PSU (L45BL) is 2.25A, the 24V type (L50BL) is 0.75A. Make sure you select the 24V type in the scrollbox just right of the product picture.

Conrad's PSUs are 1A so they probably will run cooler.

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Re: UK power supply for M2000 ?

Thu Jan 13, 2011 1:28 pm

Sorry I did not look closely, that's great, thanks

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