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I got a HP 3300C scanjet, but i lost ot's adapter. Can anyone tell me what the adapter ratng is? I need the Voltage spec and amperage. and also ac frequency. Please help.

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Its specs accroding to this page:

Specification:
Wall-mount power supply module (Delta ADP-15FB)
- 100-120VAC input, 50/60Hz, 0.5A
- 12VDC output, 1.25A
- Flat blade, non-polarized, ungrounded
- Does not require separate AC power cord
- For USA and Canada


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Its specs accroding to this page:

Specification:
Wall-mount power supply module (Delta ADP-15FB)
- 100-120VAC input, 50/60Hz, 0.5A
- 12VDC output, 1.25A
- Flat blade, non-polarized, ungrounded
- Does not require separate AC power cord
- For USA and Canada



Thx. i guess the rating is enough (12V 1.25 A). My country has roundblade 220/240V @ 50/60Hz. Wonder if it will be different for that......
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The output spec is all that matters to the scanner. Use whatever wall plug and power supply that's appropriate for your country's standard. Pay close attention the the size of the plug that goes into the power connector of the scanner and be absolutely sure of the required plug polarity. The scanner's power jack should have a (very small) diagram showing the proper polarity of the plug printed or embossed on or near the jack.
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01-Thepiper [HP 3300C Scanjet need adapter specs]
29th May 2006

Hello –Thepiper – Glad to see you again – Below are some links to determine your Power Adapter –

You need to obtain the Power Adapter for – Worldwide Use – namely the – Input Power Rating – should be – 100-240VAC - 50 to 60 Hz input, requires separate AC power cord - 15 watts - For worldwide use

I did not see an Output spec on this adapter – So I am not sure if it is - AC or DC output – I would assume – This may be written in your – Scanjet Manual -

The input does need to be – 100-240 VAC 50-60 Hz - & you will have to determine what special – Power Cords – that you need – depending on your power receptacles -

HP 3300c Scanjet Home Page
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/prodinf...8390〈=en&

HP Power Brick – [Power Adapter]
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/documen...lc=en〈=en



C7730-84210 Power supply module (brick type) - 100-240VAC input, requires separate AC power cord - 15 watts - For worldwide use



I think – Raviraj Technologies has a – Distributor in Kolkata, India [??]
Power Adapter Source [??]
http://www.ravirajte...C_adapters.html

Hope this Info helps –
Jack123

Edited by Jack123, 30 May 2006 - 01:37 PM.

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01-Thepiper [HP 3300C Scanjet need adapter specs]
29th May 2006

Hello –Thepiper – Glad to see you again – Below are some links to determine your Power Adapter –

You need to obtain the Power Adapter for – Worldwide Use – namely the – Input Power Rating – should be – 100-240VAC - 50 to 60 Hz input, requires separate AC power cord - 15 watts - For worldwide use

I did not see an Output spec on this adapter – So I am not sure if it is - AC or DC output – I would assume – This may be written in your – Scanjet Manual -

The input does need to be – 100-240 VAC 50-60 Hz - & you will have to determine what special – Power Cords – that you need – depending on your power receptacles -

HP 3300c Scanjet Home Page
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/prodinf...8390〈=en&

HP Power Brick – [Power Adapter]
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/documen...lc=en〈=en



C7730-84210 Power supply module (brick type) - 100-240VAC input, requires separate AC power cord - 15 watts - For worldwide use



I think – Raviraj Technologies has a – Distributor in Kolkata, India [??]
Power Adapter Source [??]
http://www.ravirajte...C_adapters.html

Hope this Info helps –
Jack123


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Yea it's been quite a while since i was last active.... I'm back after my university entrance examinations, I await my results (scores, ranks whatever). I intend to return , however, right now I'm down with 104F viral fever.
More later.

Edited by thepiper, 03 June 2006 - 09:04 AM.

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