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12 Volt Power Supply - 5 Amp UL Listed (12V 5A DC) Adapter
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- UL Listed 12 Volt 5 Amp DC Power Supply Adapter (60 Watts)
- High quality power adapter
- Input:100/240 Volts AC 50-60 Hz. Output: 12V DC 5 Amp UL Listed (12V, 5A)
- Connector Size: 5.5mm (Outside barrel) x 2.5mm (Inside Barrel). Center: Positive.
- UL/CE Listed Power Supplies with 2 Year Warranty
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UL Listed 12 Volt 5 Amp DC Power Supply Adapter This is the highest grade 12V 5A Power Supply available. When failure is not an option, these are the units to choose. The failure rate for these units is 0%. They are used by our customers in the medical industry, in the scientific testing, in high end video and audio applications where stability is critical. Connector Size: 5.5mm (Outside barrel) x 2.5mm (Inside Barrel) Center: Positive. Technical Specs: -Power Rating:60W -Input Current:0.8A -Lead Length:140cm -Max Frequency:60Hz -Min Frequency:50Hz -No. of Outputs:1 -Weight: 12 oz -Efficiency 80% -Applications: Commercial -Line Regulation: ±0.5% -Load Regulation: ±0.5% -Lead Free Status Lead Free
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By Craig in NJ on January 14, 2013
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I needed this to replace a non-UL-listed, underpowered (3amp) power supply for a 7-port USB 3.0 hub. (Each port can draw up to 0.9amps, so I needed extra power in case I ever had more than a couple higher-powered USB3.0 devices plugged in, at least 5amps which seemed enough for my purposes.) What can you say -- it's a just a small brick, right? Well, I can say I looked up the product series on UL and found that models similar to this one are listed under this manufacturer's name, which gave me comfort. And when I used it to power the hub, the power supply stayed pretty cool to the touch, giving me more confidence it isn't likely to accidentally short circuit and start burning. I can't know for sure it's delivering the full 5amps or cleanly, so I'm giving it the benefit of a doubt on that.
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