Question about ParkerVision SIGNALMAX WR1500 (884181000031) Router
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Posted on Mar 09, 2008
Have a look an the underside or back of the unit and see if it has a label on it with the voltage and current requirements.
May be something like 12v - 1Amp or similar like 15v - 800mA,
12v - 1200mA etc. These will more than likely be DC as the power supply has the electronics to convert the mains AC to low voltage/current DC.
If you can find them it will be easy to shop around for a power supply to match. It may also show the polarity of the plug that plugs in to the router from the power supply. i.e. outer = Negative (-), center hole =Positive (+).
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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