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Onthe plug is the center pin + or -

I know it is 24 v but on the plug is the center pin + or -

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Center pin is +

if your trying to get an adpater this will work---

http://www.buylogitech.com/store/logius/en_US/DisplayCategoryProductListPage/categoryid.11228000?WT.ac=sc|downloads||dd&resid=KmmwPQoBAkYAACwFfi4AAAAN&rests=1247957262203

they use the same power supply.

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