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Is there 12vdc charger with 5v 2.5 amp output that will work with the K33141? Thanks

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Ineed a dc5vv2.0a that came with it I get other for it and do'not work and the usb is not work if did not come with the moblenab12-nv7a please help


If using the supplied / original BLACK and WHITE USB cord, the black must be used for charging. The white is for data transfer only and lacks connections for power / charging.

Most USB chargers will output 1 amp or less. Many USB jacks on computers output between .5 and 1 amp - max. Your device calls for a charger with 2 amps output. Connecting to devices such as those mentioned above can overload and damage the charger or computer - don't use them!

USB ports have standard connections or "pinouts". You should obtain a USB charger (5V DC) rated for 2 amps (or more for better performance). Be sure to select one with matching USB connector (compatible with your device) - mini, micro, etc.

Amazon has several from which to choose:

Amazon com nabi2 nv7a charger

Nov 12, 2015 | Nabi 2

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How to charge it


Hi Stacey
How to charge "what model" Cell Phone

iPhone & others usually charge from the USB cable that it comes with.
Plug into any USB port (5v DC)
Some chargers supply more current which can give a faster charge. iPad chargers supply 2A where as iPhone chargers are 1A

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What does the charger for my next book look like


It's a standard wall wart (AC Adapter) with a very thin power connector. Here's an Amazon store page with a photo:
AC Adapter Charger For NextBook Premium 8 Premium 9 Android Tablet Next...

All you need to do is find a charger that fits into your NextBook, then check the output voltage stamped on the charger - it should be 5V at 2 Amps.

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I dont have my chrager and my phone is dead


You can charge the battery of your iPhone by connecting it to a USB-port of a computer.
If you're on the road, try a gas station with a shop and look if they sell alternative USB or car chargers for your iPhone. A USB charger will always have an output of 5 volt (5V) but the current must be minimum 1 ampere or 1000 mili Ampere (1A or 1000mA).
When you see a charger with (5V/500mA) it will not work.
-(5V/1A) = OK
-(5V/2,2A) = OK
-(5V/1000mA) = OK
-(5V/2500mA) = OK

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Are solar chargers expensive?


Not at all, pls check this one: Amazon com MASKELENA Solar Charger Solar Power Bank 12000mAh External... No more than $30

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The new adapter is not compatible with the battery more info: laptop-batteries.com.au


you will need a genuine dell charger and look on your old one to see what pa it is if it says pa-12 then you need the same one again

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What volt and amp charger does the vec127y use


It uses a Class 2 Transformer to charge the battery. The input is 120V AC 60Hz 9W. Output is 12VDC 300Ma.

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Recharging - indicator lights when complete


When the green light stays on that means the battery is fully charged. The correct charger for that light is a Class 2 Transformer
Model: KA12D120030042U It has a output of 12VDC at 300 mA

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Need to know power requirements for the kensington k33141 usb hub


hello,
i believe i know the answer. i have the kensington pocket hub se 2.0 model: k33141. it seemed to work with the adapter i found in our closet. it is a dve Model : dsa-0131f-05 us 13 and it outputs 5v 2.5a. the adapter has a thin profiile like it would be plugged into a strip. and it has an rf blocker which suggests computer equipment.

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