Question about GTCO Roll-Up Digitizer, 30/36" (RU3036)
I have the stand-alone system with the lcd screen but no power supply units. What voltage should I look for?
Posted by Anonymous on
These original Roll-Up I Digitizers didn't use a power supply,all of the power came through the Com port connection.
The Roll-Up II used a 9 volt center positive power adapter.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Power supplies are supposed to be the same Watts as the unit. To figure the Watts, multiply the AMPs by the Volts. Both of these numbers should be on the power label of the unit.
For example a 19V 2.1A unit will take a 40 WATT power supply.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
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