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24th January 2009, 04:15 PM #1
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Toshiba AC Adapter
I have a Toshiba (Equium M70-337 Model number: psm77e-00L00mAV) 15 inch screen. The AC adapter cable is lose hence it has to be in certain angle to supply power or it disconnects.
The AC adapter specification is:
Input 100-240V ~ 1.5aoutput 19V 3.42A
I have a spare one but with slightly different specification:
Input 100-240V ~ 1.3a
output 19V 3.95A
I was wondering if it is safe to use it with my laptop. Please let me know and educate me on these voltage complexities if possible please.
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24th January 2009, 07:13 PM #2
The output voltages are identical, and that's the most important factor. The only difference is the current supplied. Your spare is capable of supplying a slightly higher current than the original. Hopefully someone will correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think this will be an issue. If the laptop can't use that much power it simply won't draw it.
24th January 2009, 07:44 PM #3
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and what I can remember of physics class do suggest that you should be fine with that. Most electrical systems have a bit of a margin around their posted spec anyway, the charging control circutry in the laptop should level it out to the required amount without to much hassle.
24th January 2009, 07:52 PM #4
Should be fine, as AngryTechnician pointed out, it will regulate the ampage down.
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