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I have simpletech 1tb 96300-41001-066 and lost power supply and it doesn't what the voltage is I have different ones but don't know which one to use.

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SOURCE: i DON{T KNOW THE SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE POWER

12V, www.ebay.com, item # 280362473044

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SOURCE: DC voltage

Could average around 12V I believe.

Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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SOURCE: Need to know Amps & Volt. for Simpletech "Simple Drive" 1Tb.

The output of your adapter is 12volts 1.5amps the outside terminal is negative polarity and your connector looks like this (see below)
4927b50.jpgThere are two options of adapter (see below) both will work
14bd56f.jpgc87363d.gif

EBAY Search for your adapter

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12 volts Dc and 1.5 ampere with External terminal as Negative Polarity and internal as Positive Polarity.
Good luck

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I lost my power adapter for my simple tech 1tb 96300-41001-172, what is the voltage, amp rating as well as what pole is the +?thanks.


Open it up and look inside. Some enclosures use screws others use plastic clips which may require a tool thinner than a credit card to release the clips.
The Internal Drive...Is it a 2.5" drive that runs on 5 volt or a 3.5" drive that uses combined 12 volt & 5 Volt power supply.
These drives don't use much current. 1 to 2 Amp
The adapter may have had a single voltage output for 2.5" drives or a dual voltage supply for the 3.5" Probably 12v or 5v
Anyhow, there are lots of hard drive empty enclosures that can be bought... as hard drives internally use a standard connection for data & power. Just swap the internal HD over to a new enclosure.

Hope this Helps
Trevor

Aug 07, 2014 | SimpleTech Computers & Internet

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How can I get a replacement power supply?


What you are after is an AC adapter this model I found on ebay has 120 volts to 240 volts to 12 volts make sure the DC voltage output matches the Voltage of your hard drive. The current output has to be the same amount or larger in value. So if your drive needs 2A a 2A or larger value means it can handle the current load put on it by the Hard drive.
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AC-DC-Adapter-For-SimpleTech-96300-40001-001-SimpleDrive-HD-Power-Supply-Cord-/400716519670?pt=US_Monitor_Power_Supplies&hash=item5d4c90d8f6
or
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/12V-AC-Adapter-For-SimpleTech-Simpledrive-External-Hard-Drive-HD-Power-Supply-/281311386852?pt=Laptop_Adapters_Chargers&hash=item417f771ce4

this one below matches the exact model number of your hard drive
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AC-Adapter-For-SIMPLETECH-BOM-No-96300-41001-133-96300-41001-045-96300-41001-073-/400705526395?pt=US_MP3_Player_Chargers_Cradles&hash=item5d4be91a7b

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Lost power cord


I believe that you would be ok. Voltage has to be "Spot on." Amperage, however, needs to "meet or exceed." Think of Voltage as pushing something into something. Think of Amperage as pulling something out of something. It won't draw more amps than it needs, even if they are available. Allow me to thank you for including the powerpayless website as until your post I didn't know what voltage I was looking for. Exactly the same thing happened to me with my SimpleTech 1TB. Perhaps we both solved eachother's problems. PS: I'm going to check with Radio Shack for a 12v adaptor with at least 3.5 Amp capacity. They might can beat the $30.00 which is what the above mentioned place gets including shipping.

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Where can i purchase a power cable for my SimpleTech Pro Drive 1TB External?


You can use any 12V/2A tip positive power supply at Radio Shack, Best Buy, etc

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Need to know dc voltage for simpletech external hard drive 1tb


12 volts Dc and 1.5 ampere with External terminal as Negative Polarity and internal as Positive Polarity.
Good luck

Thanks for using FixYa.

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Need to know Amps & Volt. for Simpletech "Simple Drive" 1Tb.


The output of your adapter is 12volts 1.5amps the outside terminal is negative polarity and your connector looks like this (see below)
4927b50.jpgThere are two options of adapter (see below) both will work
14bd56f.jpgc87363d.gif

EBAY Search for your adapter

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