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Power supply pings distributions planar d6015tm

I need to know the distribution of the ping in the conector of the power supply for adapter a new power supply to my monitor because the new power supplys are to much expensive the power is like a s-video out put 4 pings conectend inside of the board in the monitor by couples 2 and 2 + the ground and all the power supplys that i found have the regulars plugs i have an idea wich are the positive and the negative in the board but i want to be shure if some bary have the power supply for this monito i buy it but no so expensive please!!!

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  • Anonymous Jun 12, 2009

    hi thanks i found on line the ping distribution , and you are rigth this is the medical monitor. thanks for your time, best regards italocub

  • Anonymous Jun 12, 2009

    hi thanks i found on line the ping distribution , and you are rigth this is the medical monitor. thanks for your time, best regards italocub

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The information comes on the same manual of the planar monitor d5015TM (see as medical monitor)

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