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This will mean the input on the first device is 120 V and input on the 2nd device is 230 V. Right? If so Yes you can use this if it belongs to the same scanner however you will have to plug the power into a 230 V Circuit. You cannot adjust, manipulate, change the Volts/Watts/Amps under any conditions. If the 203 V (Out put) plug is the same as the 120 V plug and there is a place to plug it in to the scanner then go for it. Volts/Amps/Wwatts/AC/DC are very specific to a specific device.
You can use any over the counter 12 volt power supply from a DIY or computer shop, just make sure the tip of the
plug is switched to + and the ring is negitive
also that the power supply is rated at about 18
watts or higher
Ran across your request for information about the cables needed for hooking up the Umax Astra 1220U scanner. The scanner require a standard older version USB cable that hooks the scanner to your PC. The second cable is the Power Supply Adapter cable. The information listed on the Power Supply Adapter is listed below.
Input 120 Volt @ 60 Hz 0.3 amps
Output DC 12 Volts @ 1 Amp
Model # RWP481212
You should be able to get the scanner to work as long as you can find any power supply that has the listed Input/Output ratings, an adapter that will plug into the scanner.
Hope this help you.