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Have a broken power supply but can't order a new one. can someone tell me te voltage on wich pins?

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Panoview 630 Power Connector pinouts:
It has been many years since the question was posted but who knows, maybe this will help someone. Looking at the end of the connector clockwise from 1-oclock position:
1pm:NC
3pm:+12
5pm: no pin
7pm:+5V
9pm:+5V
11pm:GND
shield is GND
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(you can modify an Apple ADB cable to work)

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Check it on Radio Shack maybe they got something

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try lowering the screen resolution

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