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Need a power cord unit has no specs for amps/volts

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Adaptec web site returns the following...

The replacement power supply must meet these specifications:
5 Volt DC Output with at least 2.5 Amperes capacity. The DC connector is configured with positive (+) on the internal or center lead and negative (-) on the external.

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