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Simpletech 96300-41001-117 what voltage does it take? my power supply adaptors are all mixed up

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SOURCE: I can't find my adaptor/power supply cable. can

look back side of your seagate disk, you should find the v and a there.

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SOURCE: DC voltage

Could average around 12V I believe.

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I suggest you contact Seagate Support WEB site for a replacement power supply.
http://www.seagate.com/www/en-us/about/contact_us/

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SOURCE: During move, power supply for 320GB Simpletech drive put in box with other power supplies. What is VDC rating of supply please?

The for the Simpletech 320GB drive is 12V, 2A, tip positive.

Posted on Nov 10, 2011

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If the voltage is the same, and the current of your replacement adapter is equal to / greater than the original, it should work perfectly fine.
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