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DC Power supply specifications

I have a Zonet ZFS3008N 8 port Ethernet hub which requires a
dc adapter to connect it to 110 volts. The device itself gives no clue as to how many dc volts the adapter has to be or the polarity of the tip. Could you please give me this information so I can network my computers? My E-Mail address is TURK08@q.com This information would be greatly appreciated.. I've been looking for a couple of hours with no results!

Thanx
Joseph

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  • Anonymous Jun 27, 2008

    what is the polarity

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Here is the info you need...

Input Power 100~240V, 50~60Hz
9V DC,1A Max
Hope this helps...

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Internal transformer is:

DVE
Switching power Supply
Model: DSO-15W-05
Input: 100-240V - 0.4A 50-60Hz
Output: +5V === 3A

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

  • gregoryE Feb 03, 2009

    If anyone can figure out where to get a replacement for the internal power supply for this router, I'd love to get a link. I'm having trouble finding the exact item and I'm not necessarily savvy enough to figure out a non-exact replacement.

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    Fireeye190 Feb 24, 2012

    link?

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