This is a bit OT but I know you lot are a mine of info so here goes:
I've lost the transformer that came with my USB hub (where do these things
get to?). Anyone know where I can get hold of a simple plug and go 6v 2.1amp
with a standard large female pin connecter (I'm sure there's a technical
term for this!), neg outer plus inner if this makes sense.
True, but for USB hubs, little ethernet hubs and the like (at least
all that I've seen), those that do need power supplies generally take
a fairly heavy lump unregulated linear dc supply or a small switched
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About the only common thing I've come across that uses just a transformer
(apart from some LV desk lights, etc) is for some reason external modems.
These usually are supplied with AC - but I haven't a clue why.
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Dave Plowman email@example.com London SW 12
On Thu, 15 Jan 2004 23:17:22 -0000, "Philip Wagstaff"
Maplin - they've just started doing one, which they call a "digital
camera power supply". Adjustable voltage, 15 quid.
They're hard to find. 2A is a lot of current, only old digicams and
USB hubs need that much current, so you're unlikely to have an
alternative to hand from something else.
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