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Need a pacific digital model 1930-24 power supply

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if you have the power supply aka the brick and just need the cord from the brick to the wall, a PS2 power cord works just fine! I found that out by accident, but since PS2 is very popular chances are you can find one at any store or on ebay. from the brick to the round post on the back of the device, I don't know about that one...but if you just lost the one piece..the PS2 works fine
thanks,

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SOURCE: I got this Pacific Digital model 1930-24 in a yard

Possibly not. It depends on what the power points are on the connector. The Pacific Digital 1930-24 uses the following pinout voltages: 1 = +12VDC ; 2 = +5VDC ; 3 = RTN/CMN ; 4 = +5VDC ; 5 = RTN/CMN. The pinout DOES NOT follow a clockwise or counter clockwise position. The pinout starts at the bottom with pin 1 by itself, above it is Pin 2 & 4 above that. On the opposite side is 3 with 5 on top. Or you can view the following image: http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/7204/minidin5p.gif
Again, that is the pinout for the socket on the 1930-24. Some iOmega external CDRWs have the +5VDC and RTN pins swapped. So they would not be a good alternative to use.

Posted on Sep 23, 2010

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Possibly not. It depends on what the power points are on the connector. The Pacific Digital 1930-24 uses the following pinout voltages: 1 = +12VDC ; 2 = +5VDC ; 3 = RTN/CMN ; 4 = +5VDC ; 5 = RTN/CMN. The pinout DOES NOT follow a clockwise or counter clockwise position. The pinout starts at the bottom with pin 1 by itself, above it is Pin 2 & 4 above that. On the opposite side is 3 with 5 on top. Or you can view the following image: http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/7204/minidin5p.gif
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