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Re: 12C Power Supply
Power inverters are plentiful on eBay in the range of $25-$100 US and any within that range would satisfactorily supply 110-120 VAC for your set.
These items are also available at auto & RV parts outlets.
Check the rated power consumption on the set itself or in the user guide but I doubt that it will need more than 150 watts at 120 VAC.
If the consumption is not given in watts but instead amperes, multiply that number by 120 (for the liine voltage) and the result will be in watts.
Any higher wattage that you buy will give you the possibility of using it for things other than your TV.
All later consumer items such as your set are able to deal with the quasi-sine wave output of this kind of primitive inverter.
Not all items can use this kind of AC; any power tool or kitchen appliance with brushes for the motor will accept this kind of voltage, as well as resistance type of appliances like hair dryers, curlers, etc.
If you are in doubt about something you might like to attach to an inverter, listen closely to the device and if it doesn't sound like it did at home, don't use it.
Also if it starts to emit an odor or heats excessively, stop using it.
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First, type-1 is not an hydraulic system. It's electro-mecanic.
The EV-200 needs 2 power supplies. 1 for the calculation unit ( thru the Seatalk OR by a connection in the ACU ) AND a feed for the pilot motor/pump.
The calculator power ( NMEA ) needs only a 5 amp fuse. The 'high' power needs an eventual 25amp fuse. In fact, the power output to the motor is totally protected from overloads and/or shorts. Have those cables between power distribution and ACU thick enough to handle 20amps on his length ( twice the cable distance between battery and Acu is the lengt to calculate with )
looks like it's a 12V power supply. You should be able to go to Radioshack and buy a 12V DC power supply (Us in the trade sometimes call them wall worts). Take the device in with you to make sure that the plug style is the same.
ensure that there is power in the socket and check that the power cable is firmly fixed to the socket. if power does not come on then switch off, remove the power cable from the socket then open the dvd player cover. plug in the power cable again and now measure if you are able to get power into the power supply unit. if power is reaching the psu then measure the output power which feeds 12v to the motherboard, if not present then concentrate on diadnosing the power supply unit as the power ic could be dead and requires replacement.
Just buy a cigarette lighter socket and install it yourself.
Supply it from the vehicle +12V accessory power; don't forget to also connect 0V (ground) to the socket metal frame.
Accessory power is normaly used on the vehicle to power heater fans, radios etc.
a mobile cb radio like the cobra 29 requires 12V DC, to plug the radio into the wall you need a Power Supply. A small 5 amp power supply will help you. Their is no plug that goes Directly from a Mobile CB rado into a wall. You will need to plug a power supply into the wall, Then take the power chord (red and black with 3 prong [o oo] and connect red to red on the power supply and black to black on the power supply. Unfortunatly a cheap power supply will be $50+ check your local radioshack
You seem to have an oddball monitor if what you describe is correct.
The power supply to a monitor[Display Screen is that what you mean?] is either direct to main power- in which case the power cord is either built in with a power plug for wall socket,
or has a socket on the back for a separate main power cord.
Or is powered from a low voltage converter that delivers low volts usually via a coaxial plug like this illustration
PS2 connection does dot come into the equation as far as I know unless you have got hold of something unusual.
Tell you what take a shot of the back of the monitor and lets have a look see mean while here's is a shot of a typical low voltage power supply available anywhere.