|Item model number||DE-90W-B002BH8XAO|
|Item Weight||10.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 4 x 0.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||8 x 4 x 0.5 inches|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||October 2, 2001|
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Replacement Laptop AC Adapter Charger Power Supply 90W for Dell PA-10 PA10 Inspiron Latitude Precision Workstation
|Compatible Devices||Competitive: Dell INSPIRON 1525 1526 1545 1705 1720 1721 6000 6400 8500 8600 9200 9300 9400 E1405 E1505 E1705 E 1405 E 1505 E 1705 ; Dell XPS 13 16 M1530 M 1530 ; Dell Studio 14z 15 1535 1536 1537 1555 1735 1737 ; Dell Latitude 100L D400 D410 D420 D520 D531 D600 D610 D620 D630 D630 D820 D830 D 400 D 410 D 420 D 520 D 531 D 600 D 610 D 620 D 630 D 820 D 830 ; Dell Vostro 1400 1500 1510 1520 1710 See more|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Frequency Range||60 hertz|
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- High Quality Insured AC Adapter replacement with AC Cord.
- Input Voltage: AC100-240V Output Voltage: DC 19.5V Output: 4.62A. Output power: 90W. Output Tips: 7.4x5.0 with pin inside
- Safety Features: Over current protection; Total power protection; Over voltage protection; Short Circuit Protection
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UpBright NEW 19.5V 4.62A 90W Global AC / DC Adapter For Dell PA-10 PA10 Inspiron Latitude Precision Workstation Power Supply Cord Cable PS Charger Input: 100 - 240 VAC 50/60Hz Worldwide Voltage Use Mains PSU CECCCROHS 100-240
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This item did finally charge the battery, it did so while running the Dell full diagnostic from the SETUP Menu. After it ran tests for maybe 8 hours on the memory, hard drive, more memory and presumably everything else (it was unattended) I came back, booted it to the setup menu to see that it now recognized the adapter as a 150 W adapter (description said 90 W, bonus?) and the new battery I had installed prior to buying this adapter was charged to 100% from 57%.
I gave it two stars because that was a lot of work to get the machine to recognize the power supply (maybe I should ping Dell for that) and get the battery charged. Also, I have no idea if this will continue to work or if this will be the charging ritual from now on. I will either purchase a "Genuine" Dell Charger or recommend that my stepson do so.
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Bought this for my Stepson's Inspiron 1525 to replace the identical one he had that I assumed to be damaged because someone had used electrical tape for an unknown reason. But, when I plugged it in, the battery (which also had to be replaced) would not charge although the laptop would run as "plugged in".
I enabled the Power Adapter boot time diagnostic and it informed me that the adapter did not provide enough power and suggested buying a 60W adapter. This adapter is supposed to be 90 W, but whatever the issue, it will not charge the battery on a Dell Inspiron 1525
The power adapter on my laptop died. Yes, they die far too often, but that's a different story for a different place.
My adapter came quickly and this replacement adapter worked perfectly well with my laptop. I've not had any problems or experienced any of the troubles that some reviewers have noted.
If you are sure that it is just your power adapter that has a problem, then this is a great solution. However, a bad adapter frequently causes a short in the power jack plug on the computer. If that happens to you, then a new adapter will not fix the power jack. If you get this and your problem is not fixed, perhaps you also have a problem with a shorted-out power jack. I'd suggest a quick trip to a computer repair store for a diagnostic test.
Be sure to confirm that this is the model that you need for your laptop. If you're sure that it's just a bad adapter, everything should work perfectly well.
They do look similar to the dell original but when you hold them you can tell a very large weight difference.
What's the point of having a charger that won't actually charge your laptop battery? I sometimes buy from low-cost sellers, but this time it bit me, and I got what I paid for. Trust me and the other negative reviews, go spend a little more money for something that'll actually work as described.
It remains to be seen how long this charger keeps working, but it did come with a 1 year warranty. Usually the cord going to the laptop gets yanked at some point. The wires get damaged because the laptop plug is not any kind of "pull away" design, it's all firmly soldered into the power brick. Once it gets yanked, the power adapter recognition wire usually goes out. You'll be able to run your laptop, but the battery won't charge anymore and your CPU will be throttled unless you install an un-throttling utility like Rightmark. I bought an external battery charger because I thought my laptop itself was damaged. The recognition circuits in Dell laptops do frequently go bad, leaving you in the lurch. I doubt that I'll buy a Dell laptop again because dealing with these proprietary power problems has been such a PITA. I will definitely look for a laptop with a better charging system, but if these cheap power bricks continue to work, then maybe I won't ditch the Dells.
Overall, it's a good cheap replacement for a spare or dock replacement*
**Make sure you purchase the appropriate AC Adapter for your laptop, the wrong adapter will result in improper laptop operation or damage the AC Adapter and/or Laptop. This is not a universal AC Adapter, this is only a DELL PA-10 or 90w equivalent replacement.