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March 7, 2008, 8:14 pm
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Re: Need a Power Adapter Specification for either of these two scanners
Proper input voltage/current needed by each scanner should be on the
scanner itself (such as +12vdc @ 1.5 amps.) Check near to where the
power adapter plugs in. LOOK CLOSELY.
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Re: Re: Need a Power Adapter Specification for either of these two scanners
You're right! I found the spec on both. I indeed had to look hard.
The UMAX ASTRA 6450 needs 12V 1.7A - closest I have is 12V 1.5A,
Do you know if the 6450 has an on/off switch hidden somewhere? I sure
don't see it, but then, it is proving out that I am blind anyway.
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