Question about Lite On (LTN486S) Internal 48x CD-ROM Drive
It should say on the label, but if not, you can multiply volts times amps to get the wattage.The power supply for these puts out 2 voltages (12V and 5V), so use 12 V to get a more accurate figure.See if your label has volts and amps listed, then multiply these to get wattage. Watt=Volt X Amp.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
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