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No, it's way too low power. Most probably you need 12V and something like 4-5A (4000-5000mA). The higher the current rating (Amps) the better, some reserve is always good to have; the unit will draw as much current as it needs, the rating means the maximum current that the power supply can deliver.
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This one should work for you it's the same voltage and amperage as your unit. 19VDC 3.16A Any standard power cable from an old printer or computer will work with one of those PS's.
The only thing you need to check before you buy is the polarity of the barrel connector. I looked on the net but could not find out that info so look at the jack where the power plugs into the monitor. You might see a little diagram showing a + and - signs. If the line coming off the + sign goes to the semi-circle than the barrel is positive and if the - goes to the SC the barrel is negative. Ask them before you buy which way that one is. As long as they are the same you will be able to use that PS.