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- will this AC adapter work with my E-100?
- Mad Scientist Jr
February 6, 2006, 5:00 pm
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with it, which is 5 volts. How about the AD-C59200U for the E-125,
which is 5.9 volts? The current on both is the same.
Casio Cassiopeia E-100/105 Power FAQ
Casio Cassiopeia Replacement AD-C50200U AC Adapter
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Will this work???
Casio Cassiopeia E-125 AC Adapter Power Supply AD-C59200U
Re: will this AC adapter work with my E-100?
Its nice to know that I'm not the only one left still using a Casio E-100!
In addition to my Casio E-100, I also have a couple Casio BE-300's, and a HP
The Casio E-100, as you pointed out, ships with the black (5.0 VDC)
AD-C50200U AC adapter.
The Casio BE-300, ships with the same grey (5.9 VDC) AC adapter as the Casio
I have one black (5.0 VDC) E-100 AC adapter and a couple grey (5.9 VDC) AC
I imagine your concern using the grey (5.9 VDC) AD-C59200U with the Casio
E-100 is if it will reduce battery life.
Is 5.9 VDC within tolerance of the E-100 can take in? Does it have some
sort of voltage regulator, anyway?
That I can't specially tell you, but what I can tell you is that I have used
the grey (5.9 VDC) AD-C59200U with the E-100 for *years*. Whenever I
travel and take both an E-100 and a BE-300 with me, I only take one AC
adapter; the black (5.9 VDC) AD-C59200U. I use for charging and regular
use and have noted no degrading of the battery.
I've also used the black (5.0 VDC) AD-C50200U AC adapter with both as well,
and it doesn't have any negative effect with the BE-300.
- Mad Scientist Jr
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