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Kingston EtherX Soho Hub -5 port

We have one of these hubs, but we don't know which power supply transformer to plug into it - how many volts
is it supposed to be, does anyone know? You have a
picture of this exact same unit on this site, so I'm hoping...

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It should be 7.5 volts DC. you can find the manual supplied with it at this web address

Posted on Dec 29, 2007


Model no ad-0760d
input 240vac 50hz
output 7.5vdc 600ma
center +

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