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Need wiring diagram for output cable of an Targus APM12US-1 DC Auto/Air Adapter

The DC molded output cable has an open connection where it goes into the PS. I have removed the cable, stripped the cable back past the broken wire and want to re-attach the cable. I need to know what color wire go to which solder cups.

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What brand of A/C is it? Are you looking for the thermostat wiring? Different Brands use different wiring, but the usual is as follows:
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If you feel the shield goes to the middle, try red on one terminal and white on the other. If not, reverse it.

If it's labeled on the circuit board...pin 1, pin 2, pin 3, then pin 1 is usually ground, pin 2 is hot (red), and pin 3 is cold.

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Technically, Yes. If there is damage to the wires but you know the AC-DC adapter is still good. There is a small single sided PCB inside the adapter that houses the transformer and step down/rectification circuit. There are two wires for the input (AC from wall which are hot and neutral) and two for the output which is your Ground and +18-19V (can't remember that particular voltage off the top of my head.) If you need to replace the plug that goes to the wall, check your plug type (the one that goes into the adapter) and order/buy a new one. That can be replaced with any plug that fits a desktop power supply. If you need to replace the plug that goes into the computer THEN you'll have to open the Adapter box. The two wires coming out of the board into the cable can be de-soldered. Just make sure you purchase the correct size/type tip (plug) for your computer and solder the positive and negative in where you removed the ones attached to the damaged cable.

Once you have soldered your new cable onto the motherboard, use a good epoxy to seal the box back together. They are not "user servicable" therefore, there are no easy to snap on/off clips, you will have to use a good adhesive. Also, TEST YOUR OUTPUT BEFORE PUTTING IT IN YOUR COMPUTER!!! Read the bottom of the Adapter and see whether the center of the plug is positive or ground, connect your DC voltmeter accordingly and make sure that the output voltage matches what the adapter says. It may be .2-.3V higher than what the adapter says because there is no load (your laptop) on the output but as long as it's no further off than that, you're good!

Good Luck!

PS: There are capacitors in the adapter circuit that can hold a VERY large charge and potentially hurt or kill you! You can also completely destroy your power adapter if you do not know what you are doing. Find a couple of youtube videos on the subject, there's tons of 'em. I am not responsible for anything that you attempt without having the proper skillset. For anyone handy with a soldering iron and familiar with electrical circuits, it's an easy fix.

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Are you asking for the wiring diagram inside the main Battery?

If so, due to very possible injury, or death to you, there will be No solution.

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Atmo- Absolute Atmospheric If the atmospheric pressure sensor system fails
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