Question about Edimax BR-6104KP Router (BR6104KP)
Lately I disconnect the router, bud I forgot to put the adapter in de box, together with the router. Now, I want to connect the router again to my pc and Xbox 360 Live, but I can only find an adapter with an output of 9,75 or an output of 15 . At the back of my router is a message that says the router needs an adapter with an output of 12. Witch one can I use to feed my router with electricity?
All you need to get it working is an adapter with :
12V DC, 0.5A Linear
For some device the "A" does not matter you can use one of 1.0 or 2..0
Try to use one adapter that correspond to your router
And be sure the input is AC 240 volt
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
It is also important not only Voltage of the adapter but also Current in mA
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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