Question about SVA-USA VR 17S 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
A friend gave me this screen to replace my old one but there was no DC cord on it and the one with my old monitor doesnt' work in the plug in. Where can i get a plug in for my moniter. Curcuit city? Thank you Nancy
This monitor requires a power supply with a POSITIVE tip polarity.
Monitor requires 12 Volt DC @ 3.3 Amps output.
Make sure voltage is 12 Volts DC [absolute requirement]
Power Supply can have greater than 3.3 Amp capacity. More amp capacity increases price, so I wouldn't go for more than 5 Amps [minimum 3300 milliAmps, 5000 milliAmps will be more than adequate].
Put a surge protector on your computer and monitor to extend their life....better yet, a power conditioning battery backup system, that can supply constant voltage, to compensate line voltage when A/C, furnace, or other major appliance kicks on.
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