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Power supply Microsoft Wireless Basestation MN500

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by [email protected], Jul 10, 2003.

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  1. Guest

    I certainly hope that someone can help me with this.

    I have a Microsoft Wireless Basestation MN500. It runs on DC 12V and
    needs 500mA. As I don't have the adapter it self (carry home to EU
    from a trip to the US), I have tried with several adapters with this
    spec but no luck.
    When I looked cloeser on the cover, there was a symbol saying this; =,
    but the lower one is dashed.

    Does anyone knows what this means? If yes where can I get an adapter?

  2. .... wrote in message news:...
    That is the symbol representing DC. The AC symbol is a squigle: ~. Since
    you seem to have already been aware that it needed DC and tested it with
    several such adapters, I don't know what could be suggested as a solution.
    By your description it sounds like something is broken.

    Howard Henry Schlunder
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