LRIPL Power Adapter 7.2V 1A with DC Pin for wifi router (Black)
Model No; LRIPL117 Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) Approved
Superior Quality, Durable Product
Complete 6 Months Warranty*
Input: 100VAC-240VAC & Output Current 1A
Complete Protection (Lightning Thunder)
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"This model is a power Adapter for Game Player and Audio/Video Power Supply. This is designed with high frequency switching technology which makes it highly reliable and compact in size and light in weight. This model operation at AC to DC, AC input 100VAC-240VAC 50-60Hz. output power 7.2 Watt max, with protection functions: Overload protection, Over current protection, Short Circuit Protection, over temperature protection and With 2.5 MM pin tip connecter to suit as per required Applications, and make sure the polarity of tips connect correct before use.
• Wider AC input range from 100VAC to 240VAC makes it suitable for Indian power conditions
• Protected against Over load, Short circuit, Over Voltage & Over Temperature.
• Works under low voltages and high voltage where the linear fails
• Compact size and light weight
• Designed to meet all the EMI/EMC and safety requirements
|• Input voltages||100 – 240VAC|
|• Input Current||< 0.3A|
|• Input Frequency||50HZ – 60HZ|
|• Output Voltage||7.2.0VDC +/- 5%|
|• Output Current||1.0 Amp|
|• Minimum Efficiency||>75%|
|• Operating Temperature Range||0 to 50°C|
|• Plug Type Fix||2 Pin|
|• Output Connector Type||2.5MM & As per Customer Requirement|
Q: How do I make sure that I am ordering the correct power supply adapter for my device?
The only information you need to have in order to find the correct power supply for your device is the Voltage / Volts (V) and Amperage / Amps (A).
Q: How do I know if a power supply on your website is compatible with my device?
Electrical ratings of power supplies are very simple. If you match the voltage and the amperage of the power supply to your device's specifications, it will work. Voltage has to be an exact match (i.e 12 Volt). The Amp (A) rating (maximum draw) of the adapter you buy has to be the same or higher than the rating of the device you need to power. for example, If your device says it need 12V 3A, then an adapter rated at 3A or higher (eg. 3.5A, 4A, 5A) would all work. It is that simple.
Q: How do I know the DC Connector of your power supplies will fit into my device?
The vast majority of electronic devices that run on Volt DC use the standard DC connector (i.e. 2.1mm, 5.5mm x 2.5mm Barrell connector). All our power supply adapters come with a standard DC connector.
Q: The adapter I ordered does not seem to be powering my device. What should I do?
Step 1: Make sure the connector fits your device snuggly? If the connector fits in securely - go to step 2.