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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.
The correct part number for just the "brick style" power module (AC Adapter) for an HP Scanjet 3970 is L1970-80003. It is a specific 12V DC 2 Amp module. Today it can be purchased for $18.06 plus shipping from the HP Parts Store. However, if you are looking for just the power cord to your scanner's AC adapter, this brick style power module AC adapter does require a separate standard C13 detachable power cord to the specifications of your area, for instance, in the USA the power cord to connect the scanner to the power module AC adapter is part number 8120-6260, and it is a common power cord for monitors and computers. I learned all this because I had a scanner error message when I tried to use a different power module on the HP Scanjet 3970 when I lost the power cord to the original module. I hope this info helps somebody else, too.
Howya mate , i wouldn't use a adapter which your not 100% sure belongs to it , even something you'll have the right connection and the right voltage on the plug it will still fry the chip or electrics cause the designers of the item designs adapters in such a way the voltage might be the same but the current is altered and that's why you have to buy a replacement adapter at double the price.
who cares if it is the proper voltage,amps and plug. . you need a wall wart , the plastic box with two flat blades sticking out that 12volts DC center positive ,700 milliampsfor the non negatine scanner and 1 amp(1000 milliamps) for thr negative scanneer model an AC/DC adapter look around at 2nd hand stores they usually have a selestion or order online from electronics supplier
OK WELL I HAVE A MICROTEK SLIMSCAN C3 AND I HAVE THE CABLE FOR THE POWER AND FOR USB......BUT MY PROBLEM IS THAT I DON'T HAVE THE CD TO INSTALL THIS.
IS THERE ANY ONTHER WAY TO INSTALL THIS IN MY COMPUTER WITH OUT THE CD??????
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