2.2gb Orb power supply

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I accidently threw out the power supply for a 2.2gb Orb. I can make up a replacement if I know the voltage and polarity. I'm hoping someone has one handy that they can check.

Wayne

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I don't know for sure, but th

I don't know for sure, but the voltages are probably just 12v and 5v.

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smooth move!

According to my power adapter (cuz I got one too), the inner pin is +, the outer ring is -. The output is listed as +5V, 2.0Amps.

12V is not used in these adpaters at all.

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Whoops, sorry. I had thought

Whoops, sorry. I had thought that an orb drive used a proprietary connector interface thing.

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Thanks, DDTM. That's what I n

Thanks, DDTM. That's what I needed to know

Wayne

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Make sure you get a nice regu

Make sure you get a nice regulated PS as well Wink

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