Question about Polycom SoundStation Accessories: SoundStation Power Supply Wall Module (POLY05100001)

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I need to change the transformer inside the power supply. can you tell the the output voltage?

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  • rotimi_taiwo Jun 25, 2009

    Don't have the manual handy now. The transformer got burnt so cant read anything of it

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Check for any values in the box or measure the voltage if any, i don´t know the system but with a variable supply you could increase slowly the voltage until the system works fine.

Hope it help

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You need a meter to test the voltage else check the manual or normally it is written on the transformer about power,voltage and current.Hope this helps.

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  • heeman mohun Jun 25, 2009

    You will need to check on the net for this product description and specification and once you know it then you can change the transformer, else it will be very difficult to guess the voltage output..There are not written inside the adapter either.Be careful to get the required voltage else you can cause damage to whichever appliance it's connected.Hope this helps.

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