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    Power supply for wireless microphone

    I'm trying to find a uk plugged power supply for a t.bone UHF Band Wireless Microphone the one supplied is a 2 pin continental type AC-DC adaptor Model: SY-12050-GS Input 230V 50HZ 100 mA, output 12V 500mA 6VA

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    Plug adapter? cut the plug off and wire on a uk one?

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    It's probably a wall wart so that's not going to work.

    Maplin do very good regulated power supplies... they should be able to help you.

    If it was me and I was desperate I'd cut the wire and attach it to the 12v from a PC power supply

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    Of course, there's a simpler solution... you could get a continental to UK plug adaptor, they're cheap and you can get them anywhere!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batman View Post
    It's probably a wall wart so that's not going to work.

    Maplin do very good regulated power supplies... they should be able to help you.

    If it was me and I was desperate I'd cut the wire and attach it to the 12v from a PC power supply
    Wall wart it is and last time used I pluged it into a shaver adapter plug - not very succesful!

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    CPC or Maplin. Cheap as chips, and much better than an adaptor. Even cheaper - raid the science technicians' store. Almost bound to be one lying around!
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    Have you tried PSAParts?

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