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Need the polarity of the adapter for polyview v17e moniter

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  • shayaz_h1 Jan 02, 2009

    yes i do not have the adapter and the back of the lcd there is no mention of the polarity all it says is 19v

  • greg728 Sep 03, 2012

    Did you ever find out? I need the same info.

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I can confirm that these connectors are: outside -ve, inside +ve. My monitor, a Polyview S17E, appears identical to the photo.

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The large outer circle is usually negative, and the pin in the center of the circle is usually positive (but not always).

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I'm guessing you don't have the original adaptor to test it... sometimes polarity is printed onto the case where the adaptor plugs in... get out your magnafying glass to see it tho.

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