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In March, 2006, Black & Decker purchased Vector Products, Inc.
Since the acquisition, Black & Decker has assumed the manufacturing
of all Vector products. For customer service and warranty information
for Vector products, please contact Black & Decker Customer Service.
Most of the Vector spotlights use a class 2 charger with an output of 12VDC 400ma with a positive (+) center connector, which are very common. I have several of these chargers from different manufacturers, and I use them interchangably on whichever spotlight I happen to plug them into.
One complication with my Vectors is they use a coaxial connector plug on the spotlight end that is a size N, which is being phased out and Radio Shack doesn'd even carry any more. If you hae a box of misc chargers, find a 12VDC one with a connector that fits your 1.5MCP light, and that is probably the one that came with your light.
Note that you can also charge your light with the cigarette lighter adapter cord that came with it. So if you can't find an AC transformer that fits but you have your cigarette lighter adapter cord, you can buy one of those cigarette lighter size gadgets that plugs into an AC outlet, and then plug your cigarette lighter cord into that.
The bulb you are looking for to fit these vector spot lights is an automotive bulb, and H3 with a PK22s base. They come with a cable and a nickle size disk at the base of the bulb. They come in several wattages, eg 55w and 100w. Try the "bulbs.com" website, in their search box type "H3 PK22s" and you will see they have a variety of wattages and voltages. Be sure you buy a 12V for these spot lights. They come with a cable and nickle size disk at the base of the bulb. Hope this helps. From Uncle Ray