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Scanner Setting up scanner. What do I need besides the power adapter?

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Need driver software

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Just a USB cable and the software...

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Realistic pro-36 scanner mod. no. 20-137. what adapter would i need to operate it without batteries??


That will be a 9v, 150ma power cord that has a 5.5mm plug. I apologize, but I don't know where to get one off hand besides maybe Amazon.

Here is a site that will have a manual, that has the original part number listed:
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What power supply is needed for benq 4300 scanner


you need (15 volt 1.25 amp) power adapter for
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Can a 12V 6A power adapter replace a 12V 1.5A power adapter?


I'm not an electrician, but I do know that as long as the voltage matches EXACTLY (don't take the chance, most devices don't have a good resistor, or don't have one at all!), the current doesn't matter. I'll explain myself:
A consumer device (your scanner in this case) uses all the current it needed, and it practically doesn't need more! It take just what's necessary!
Connecting adapter which provide LESS is not enough, but more - isn't harmful!

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What power supply is needed for hp scanjet 2400


It is depends on your scanner power adapter and where u purchase the scanner from. Here if your scanner is from US then the adapter power input should be 100-120V 60Hz AC, if your scanner is from Euro, UK or Australia, the it should be 200-240V 50Hz AC, while if your scanner is from others place that not listed above then it should be 100-240V 50-60Hz AC.
But the best way is look at your adapter itself, u'll notice the power input and output from the adapter sticker.

If you lost your adapter then be sure to purchase 1 that can output a 12 VDC, 340mA, 4.22W adapter to the scanner.

YBC (/\)

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Setting up Scanner


Mainly you need to run the software setup, plug it in to the power adapter and to the computer, then turn it on when the software says to. If you don't have the software, it can be downloaded from the HP website: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?product=3645100&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&lang=en&cc=us

Setup Guide: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01368521.pdf

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Power won't turn on at all.


would suggest to start testing at the power adapter if the power adapter is not working properly you will need to replace it with a matching power output adapter or exact same model if you can find.


if the power adapter is not the problem, its probably not worth the repair, up to you, I haven't looked into your scanner to see if its valuable or not.

Well a new scanner / all in one printer with a scanner goes around 50usd.

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Power supply


The Umax 3400 scanner uses an adapter with 12 volt 750mA output.
You can see it / buy it ( $11.95) on the UMAX website.
Just Google: umax scanner power adapter

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Scanner has no power


Hi,

This issue could be due to two reasons 1). The power adapter of the scanner could go bad and needs to be changed, and the other the Scanner it self is gone bad, however you can try few steps given below.

1. Remove the scanner power adapter and clean the metal contacts on both the ends also clean the metal contacts on the scanner as well if possible.
2. Reseat the power adapter on both the ends.
3. Plug the scanner to a different or known good power source
4. Disconnect and bypass the power extensions if used and connect the scanner directly to the wall jack.
5. Try a similar know good power adapter.

Regards

Malik Khan

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Getting error code Code[ffff:0024]while scanning


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