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13.5 VDC 1700mA AC Adapter
will this work on a piano..... 13.5vdc - 1.7amps PD135-17 itv promos FHserve Lpmxp were all the numbers and letters associated with this ...
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Date published: 2014-12-11
Will this work for a old model Radio Shack (Portavision) portable TV with specs: Input: 120V AC 60HZ 14W, Output: 13.5V DC 1A? Also, how many mA equals 1A? Thank you, Robert
1A is the same as 1,000 mA, so this power supply will work. The device will only draw the current that it needs.
Date published: 2014-11-24
will this work for the RCA sound bar? RTS 736W DC in 13.5v
As long as the RCA sound bar only requires 1700 mA (1.7 amps) or less and shares the same plug size as this, it will work fine.
Date published: 2014-04-21
The product NAME says 13.5VDC, but the specification says 12VDC. Is one a typo?
The note at the bottom of the product description (Note: Output voltages are rated at full load. No load voltages can be up to 50% higher.) Suggest that this is an unregulated power supply. The output voltage will be determinate on the current draw from the load. Very little current draw and you will have up to 18volts. I suggest a voltage regulator circuit, if you device is voltage or noise sensitive.
Date published: 2013-07-06