Question about Dell E200 233Mhz Thin Client Terminal System (GXL/32Mb/Win Ce 2 901995-17 (90199517) Network Terminal

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I have just come into possession of 5 e200 w/out power cord.

I am trying to find the proper powercord/ac adapter to replace the missing ones on my new e200's. I searched and found very little besides the manual which does not have the item number. Does anyone use a generic ac adapter, and if so what is it?

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Re: I have just come into possession of 5 e200 w/out...

I found the following description of the power brick:

here some information about power brick :
3 4
o o
2o o1 shield: negative
^(notch) 1 & 4 : +5V
2 &3 : NC (not connected)

I retrieved the information from the following Forum discussion:

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Re: I have just come into possession of 5 e200 w/out...

If it is NEW that is from the factory as opposed to new to you it should come with out a power cord or power adaptor. A good guess is if it is externally powered it will want a 12 volt supply. One way of finding out is to examine carefully the the power input socket. If it is a small co-axial one with a square in square symbol with an indication witch is the 'live' pole then it is a low voltage from an external supply. This being so- a Universal stabilized power supply should do it. These come with a slider switch for various voltages, and a strip of connectors also colour coded at the tip. Also the various sizes match various voltages this means that one connector one voltage. So when you have got a supply pack take a connector on its own not attached to the cord and offer it to the power input. The one that fits is the one you want - so select the voltage to the appropriate colour. It is possible it may not work All you have to do then is unplug the connector from the cord and reverse the polarity.

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