Daynaport SCSI/Link-T

Daynaport SCSI/Link-T

Post by Julie Lefe » Mon, 17 Nov 2003 08:44:55


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Would anyone happen to know what type of AC adapter works with Daynaport
SCSI/Link-T. The unit itself does not specify the voltage, milliamps or
polarity. It looks like I should be able to get a universal adapter that
could work given the plug size, but I don want to fry the thing.

Thanks,

-- Paul

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Daynaport SCSI/Link-T

Post by Rustynut » Mon, 17 Nov 2003 11:20:19

On Sat, 15 Nov 2003 23:44:55 GMT, Julie Lefebvre < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >



Mine says 12V 500ma center pin positive +
Mike

 
 
 

Daynaport SCSI/Link-T

Post by Jim DeCler » Mon, 17 Nov 2003 15:25:09

Please shut off the html.

Dayna has a web site, giving specs for their discontinued products.
Without looking again, I think it is 10 volts DC, center positive.

Before you hook it up, you might want to find their site, and confirm
polarity.

Julie Lefebvre < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > writes:


: Would anyone happen to know what type of AC adapter works with Daynaport
: SCSI/Link-T. The unit itself does not specify the voltage, milliamps or
: polarity. It looks like I should be able to get a universal adapter that
: could work given the plug size, but I don want to fry the thing.

: Thanks,

: -- Paul

: Visit AtariVue: http://www.yqcomputer.com/
 
 
 

Daynaport SCSI/Link-T

Post by Paul Lefeb » Tue, 18 Nov 2003 00:53:27

I apologize about the HTML I was using Mozilla Thunderbird under OS X, but
it no longer works with 10.3 so I had to switch to Entourage to read
newsgroups. I'm still figuring out its settings. Hopefully the HTML is off
now.

Anyway, apparently the Dayna products were bought by Intel
( http://www.yqcomputer.com/ ), but no where does it list
the type of specs I'm looking for.

Thanks,

-- Paul


On 11/16/03 1:25 AM, in article bp7585$n1j$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM , "Jim
 
 
 

Daynaport SCSI/Link-T

Post by Jim DeCler » Tue, 18 Nov 2003 08:26:12

My apologies also. The web pages I thought were still there were still
there the last time I looked. I do remember that all Dynaport stuff
used the same power supply.

If one was marked 12v center positive, they all take that.

That 10 volt number came from a 1X NEC CDROM I needed to get working
again. 12 v. is probably right for the Dyna.

I have not found the generic replacement power supplies to be
underdesigned. I bought one rated for 750 ma for a 1000 ma application,
and it worked fine, and did not get warm. I think that means that the
smallest you can find at Radio Shack will do the job.

The last I saw of the missing web page, it listed voltage and polarity
only, and not power required. It cannot take much. It only moves
electrons.

I have two of those things, an 801 and an 802, and neither of them
mention the power required.

Jim

Paul Lefebvre < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > writes:

: I apologize about the HTML I was using Mozilla Thunderbird under OS X, but
: it no longer works with 10.3 so I had to switch to Entourage to read
: newsgroups. I'm still figuring out its settings. Hopefully the HTML is off
: now.

: Anyway, apparently the Dayna products were bought by Intel
: ( http://www.yqcomputer.com/ ), but no where does it list
: the type of specs I'm looking for.

: Thanks,

: -- Paul


: On 11/16/03 1:25 AM, in article bp7585$n1j$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM , "Jim


: > Please shut off the html.
: >
: > Dayna has a web site, giving specs for their discontinued products.
: > Without looking again, I think it is 10 volts DC, center positive.
: >
: > Before you hook it up, you might want to find their site, and confirm
: > polarity.
: >
: > Julie Lefebvre < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > writes:
: >
: >
: > : Would anyone happen to know what type of AC adapter works with Daynaport
: > : SCSI/Link-T. The unit itself does not specify the voltage, milliamps or
: > : polarity. It looks like I should be able to get a universal adapter that
: > : could work given the plug size, but I don want to fry the thing.
: >
: > : Thanks,
: >
: > : -- Paul
: >
: > : Visit AtariVue: http://www.yqcomputer.com/
: >


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