Radio Shack | Notebook Computer Universal 30W Power Adapter | Owner`s manual | Radio Shack Notebook Computer Universal 30W Power Adapter Owner`s manual

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Cat. No. 273-1825
OWNER’S MANUAL
Please read before using this equipment.
Notebook Computer
Universal 30W Power Adapter
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WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard, do not
expose this product to rain or moisture.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT
OPEN.
!
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER OR BACK. NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
This symbol is intended to alert you to the
presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage
within the product’s enclosure that might be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock. Do not open the product’s
case.
!
This symbol is intended to inform you that
important operating and maintenance instructions are included in the literature accompanying this product.
© 1998, 1999 Tandy Corporation.
All Rights Reserved.
RadioShack and Adaptaplug are registered trademarks used by Tandy Corporation.
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FEATURES
Your RadioShack Notebook Computer Universal 30W Power
Adapter powers notebook computers and other electronic devices by converting a nominal 12-volt input voltage to a regulated output voltage of from 6 to 21 volts at up to 30 watts of
continuous power.
Caution: This power adapter is intended for mobile use in
automobiles, trucks, boats, on commercial aircraft, or with
12V DC portable power sources and is safe for outdoor use.
Care should be taken not to expose the adapter to rain,
snow, or water as moisture could damage internal components.
The compact, lightweight power adapter fits inside most computer carrying cases, and can recharge your computer’s internal battery. The adapter comes with a deluxe, padded
vinyl case. It is reverse-voltage, over-current, over-temperature, and short-circuit protected.
Your power adapter’s features include:
User-Adjustable Voltage Settings — you select the specific
output voltage (in one-volt increments) by setting a switch.
The power adapter can be set to deliver any voltage from 6 to
21V DC at up to 30 watts maximum.
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Interchangeable Adaptaplug® Connectors — three RadioShack Adaptaplug adapters are included with your power
adapter for connecting it to most notebook computers. Additional Adaptaplugs are available from RadioShack.
Power Indicators — the power adapter has two indicators.
One is located on the cigarette-lighter plug and lights when
input power is available. The other is located on the power
adapter and stays lit when conditions are normal and turns off
if there is a fault in the circuit.
Cigarette-Lighter Fuse Holder — a glass fuse is located inside the cigarette-lighter input connector to protect the adapter and the automobile in the unlikely event of a short circuit.
Regulated Output Voltage — keeps the voltage stable within an input range between 11 and 16 volts. This permits the
power adapter to be attached to a device even when high input “surge” voltages might be present, such as when its battery is charging. The adapter also ensures that the proper
voltage is always delivered to sensitive electronic components.
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Low Input Voltage Shutdown — a special circuit shuts
down the adapter when the input voltage falls below 10V DC.
This safeguards batteries used to power the adapter that are
susceptible to damage when operated below such voltages.
Input Coil Cord — a special polyurethane material with
“memory” capability enables the cord to stretch up to 5 feet
and return to its original compact size of about 12 inches to
prevent tangling.
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CONTENTS
Safety Instructions ............................................................ 7
Preparation ........................................................................ 9
Adjusting Output Voltage ............................................. 9
Selecting the Adaptaplug ........................................... 11
Installing the Adaptaplug ............................................ 12
Using the Adapter ........................................................... 14
Replacing the Fuse .................................................... 16
Troubleshooting .............................................................. 17
Specifications .................................................................. 19
Compatible Notebook Computers ................................. 21
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This manual contains important safety and operating instructions for your power adapter. Before you use the power
adapter, read all the instructions and cautionary markings in
this manual, on the power adapter, and on the product that
you will connect to the power adapter.
Warning: To reduce the risk of injury:
• Do not disassemble the power adapter; take it to your
local RadioShack store when service or repair is
required. Improper reassembly may result in the risk of
fire.
• Do not use an attachment not recommended or sold by
RadioShack or this could result in a risk of fire, injury to
persons, or damage to personal property.
• Never push any object into the air ventilation slots and
openings in the power adapter. It could short out parts
resulting in a fire.
Caution: To reduce the risk of damage:
• Do not expose the power adapter to rain or excessive
moisture.
• Do not operate the power adapter if it has been damaged in any way. Take it to your local RadioShack store
for repair.
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• Slots and openings on the top and bottom of the power
adapter are for ventilation. To ensure reliable operation,
and to protect the adapter from overheating, be sure
these openings are not blocked or covered.
• Unplug the power adapter from the DC power source
before attempting to adjust voltage, change tips, or clean
it. Do not use liquid aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth
for cleaning, then wipe it dry immediately.
• Do not operate the power adapter with damaged input or
output cords or plugs.
• Make sure the cords are not located where they will be
stepped on, tripped over, or otherwise subjected to damage or stress.
• Disconnect the plugs from the socket by pulling directly
on the plugs rather than the cord.
• If your power adapter does not operate normally, in particular if unusual sounds or smells come from it, immediately unplug it and contact your local RadioShack store.
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PREPARATION
ADJUSTING OUTPUT VOLTAGE
Warning: Your power adapter provides direct current (DC)
voltage. Do not use it with devices that are not specifically
identified as requiring DC voltage. Do not use it with devices
that require AC voltage. Damage to the device could result.
Caution: Make the proper voltage setting before you connect
the power adapter to an input power source.
Follow these steps to adjust the output voltage.
1. Determine the required output voltage setting of the
power adapter by one of the following four methods:
• Refer to “Compatible Notebook Computers” on Page
22 for voltage, tip color, and polarity settings.
• Note the voltage indication marked next to the input
jack on the device to be powered. Example: Vin = 18V
DC or 18V DC.
• Review the power or ID plate on the device to be powered. Look for the word “INPUT” followed by a number
and V DC. Example: INPUT: 18V DC.
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• Review the power or ID plate on the AC power
adapter usually used to power the device. Look for the
word “OUTPUT” followed by a number and V DC.
Example: OUTPUT: 18V DC.
If the power adapter or computer indicates a “voltage
range,” use the voltage that is closest to the mid-range.
Example: OUTPUT: 10–16V DC; set the power supply to
13V DC.
Note: The specific notation “V DC” might not
be indicated. Instead, the international symbol shown to the right might be used.
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2. Remove the protective label covering
the voltage selector. Then, using the
tool provided, or a small flat-blade
screwdriver, turn the adjustment dial
to align its arrow with the required
setting on the label.
SET V
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In rare cases when the voltage setting is between whole
numbers, such as 15.5V DC, use the lower setting first
(15V DC). If the device does not seem to operate properly, readjust it to the higher value (16V DC).
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SELECTING THE ADAPTAPLUG
The power adapter comes with three Adaptaplugs. The included colors and sizes are:
• Blue — 5.5 × 2.1 mm
• White — 5.5 × 2.5 mm
• Green — 6.3 × 3 mm
To select the correct Adaptaplug:
1. Disconnect the AC power adapter you are replacing from
the AC outlet and from the device to be powered.
2. Refer to “Compatible Computers” on Page 21, or examine the output connector of the AC adapter and compare
it to the three Adaptaplugs supplied with your power
adapter.
3. Select the Adaptaplug that resembles the original plug
and insert it into the device to be powered. It is important
that the center contact or pin be the correct size to
ensure proper electrical contact. If it is too small or large,
additional Adaptaplugs are available from RadioShack.
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INSTALLING THE ADAPTAPLUG
Warning: To avoid damage to the device you are using,
make sure the Adaptaplug is installed correctly. If you have
trouble installing it, take the device to be powered (with all its
accessories) and your power adapter to your local RadioShack store for assistance.
Caution: Install the Adaptaplug before you connect the power adapter to an input power source.
To use your power adapter, your computer must have a DC
input jack and you must determine the polarity of this jack to
correctly connect the adapter. Most DC input jacks are
marked with a symbol that looks like one of these:
+
–
A
–
+
B
Symbol A means that the outside of the jack is positive (+)
and the inside or “TIP” is negative (–). Symbol B means the
“TIP” is positive. The power adapter’s plug must match your
device’s DC input jack with respect to polarity (positive to
positive and negative to negative).
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Note: If the polarity symbol is not displayed on the device to
be powered, it might appear on an ID plate on the computer
power supply or the original power adapter (see “Compatible
Computers” on Page 21).
Based on the jack’s polarity, insert the Adaptaplug into the
output cable by aligning the correct polarity symbol (+ or –)
on the Adaptaplug with the word TIP on the output cord.
TIP
-
Tip Negative (-)
TIP
+
Tip Negative (+)
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USING THE ADAPTER
After you have properly adjusted the output voltage and installed the Adaptaplug, follow these steps to use your adapter.
1. Insert the Adaptaplug’s tip into the DC input jack on the
device to be powered.
2. Insert the power adapter’s cigarette-lighter plug into any
DC outlet with a power rating of 12V DC.
Suitable receptacles include automobile cigarette-lighter
sockets and 12-volt power ports, portable 12-volt battery
packs, airline seats with 11 to 16V DC capabilities and
the appropriate receptacles, and solar panels with power
capabilities of 11 to 16 volts at 40 watts (minimum).
The green indicators on both the cigarette-lighter plug
and the power adapter’s case turn on when the adapter
is properly connected and the device is receiving power.
Notes:
• If the green indicator on the cigarette-lighter plug does
not light, disconnect the power adapter and check the
power source. Some automobiles require the ignition
to be turned on, or to the ACC (accessory) position to
provide power to the cigarette-lighter socket.
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• If the green indicator on the power adapter’s case
does not light, disconnect the adapter from the device
being powered, then check the Adaptaplug’s connection for the correct orientation.
Caution: Save your data frequently! If you operate your notebook computer after removing its internal battery, an interruption in power might result in an immediate computer
shutdown and possible data loss. Such a power interruption
could be caused by:
• Accidentally disconnecting either end of the power
adapter.
• Starting your vehicle.
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REPLACING THE FUSE
If the green indicator on the cigarette-lighter plug does not
light after disconnecting the device to be powered, remove
the cigarette-lighter plug from the receptacle and check its
fuse. To remove the fuse, turn the plug’s knurled knob (4)
counterclockwise, then remove the tip cap (3). Lift up one end
of the plug so the fuse (2) and the spring (1) fall out. Check
the fuse and if necessary, replace the fuse with a 6A fastblow 1/4'' × 11/4'' glass fuse.
4
3
2
1
Caution: Do not use a fuse with ratings other than those
specified. Doing so might damage your adapter.
To reassemble the cigarette-lighter plug’s fuse holder, insert
the spring, then the fuse. Replace the tip cap, then the knob.
Turn the knob clockwise to tighten it.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Some notebook computers have power supplies in excess of
the rating of this power adapter (30 watts). In most cases, this
higher rating is used to both charge a completely discharged
battery and power the computer at the same time. This power
adapter can be used for such applications, but it is recommended that the computer’s battery be recharged before using this adapter to operate the computer.
Caution: Except as noted for notebook computers (see
“Compatible Computers” on Page 21), the power adapter’s
30-watt rating must be equal to or greater than the requirement of the device to be powered. Using an adapter that provides less current can damage the adapter or the device
being powered.
In the unlikely event of insufficient power, you may encounter
slower battery charging time or automatic shutdown of the
power adapter. In case of automatic shutdown, try one or
more of these steps to reset the adapter:
• Disconnect the power adapter from the device being
powered for about 30 minutes or until the adapter case
returns to room temperature and the green indicator
comes on, indicating the adapter is ready.
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• Completely recharge the battery before using the computer. Use the power adapter to charge the battery, but
do not operate the computer during charging.
• If the battery is easily removable, remove it from the
computer to eliminate the power requirement for
recharging.
Note: The power adapter can be used to charge the battery in your notebook computer by connecting it to the
computer with the battery installed, and leaving the computer turned off.
Case Temperature
This adapter is a high energy “switching regulated power
supply” and generates a significant amount of heat when
used at peak power for extended periods. As a safety feature,
an internal precision circuit monitors power and temperature
and limits the output to within safe limits. Even with this feature, the case can become warm to the touch.
When using this power adapter, care should be taken to
avoid blocking the air vents in the case. When possible, it is
recommended that the case be positioned to enable maximum air circulation.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Input
Voltage ................................................................ 11–16V DC
Power ............................................................ 4A (Maximum)
In-Rush Current .............................................. 5A, Cold Start
@ Room Temperature (77°F/25°C)
Standby Current (Minimum) ................... 14.1 mA @ 11V DC
16.5 mA @ 13.8V DC
18.3 mA @ 16V DC
Protection Features ............................................ Fused Input
Reverse Voltage
Over Current
Over Temperature Foldback
Fuse .................... 6A/250V Fast-Blow 1/4'' × 11/4'' Glass Type
Cord ..................... 4-Foot UL Coiled Cord, Extended Length
Connector ............................... Cigarette-Lighter Plug, Fused
Output
Programmable Voltages ..................................... 6 to 21V DC
Voltage Regulation ....................................... ±5% or ±5V DC
Power ................................................... 30 Watts (Maximum)
Output Cord ......................... About 1.5 Feet with Receptacle
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Mechanical
Dimensions ......................................... 1.7 × 1.4 × 2.6 Inches
(43 × 36 × 66 mm)
Weight ............................................................ Less than 8 oz
(227 g)
Enclosure .............. Injection Molded Cycolac ABS, UL94V-0
Indicators ................ Input Power-On LED (Cigarette Lighter)
Output Power-On LED (Case)
Environmental
Temperature:
Maximum Performance .......... 32° to 122°F (0° to 50°C)
Operation .......................... –22° to 140°F (–30 to 60°C)
Storage ............................... –22° to 185°F (–30 to 85°C)
Humidity:
Operation ........................ 10–90% RH Non-Condensing
Storage .............................. 5–95% RH Non-Condensing
Altitude:
Operation ............ –1,000 to 10,000 ft (–300 to 3,000 m)
Storage .............. –1,000 to 49,000 ft (–300 to 15,000 m)
Specifications are typical; individual units might vary. Specifications are subject to change and improvement without notice.
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COMPATIBLE COMPUTERS
The Notebook Computer Universal 30W Power Adapter is
compatible with all notebook computers listed in the following
table. The table is not necessarily comprehensive, though, so
your notebook computer could work with this adapter even
though it is not listed. Verify it against your computer’s original power supply, as manufacturing changes are sometimes
made in mid-production.
Manufacturer
Acer
ALR
ALR
Altec Lansing
AMS
Apple
Apple
Apple
Apple
Apple
Apple
Apple
Apple
Model No.
Volts
Tip
Color
Tip
Polarity
1100LX
Venture 16
Venture 386SX
Multimedia
CD-ROM
SoundBook
P54
Newton
PDA100
PowerBook 100
PowerBook 140
PowerBook
145/B
PowerBook 150
PowerBook 160
PowerBook 165
PowerBook
165C
18
21
21
12
White
White
White
Blue
NEG
POS
POS
POS
7
White
NEG
7
Blue
POS
8
8
8
Blue
Blue
Blue
POS
POS
POS
8
8
8
8
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
POS
POS
POS
POS
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Manufacturer
Apple
Apple
Apple
Apple
AST
AST
AST
AST
AST
AST
AST
AST
AST
AST
AST
Atari
Austin
Austin
Austin
22
Model No.
Volts
Tip
Color
Tip
Polarity
PowerBook 170
PowerBook 180
PowerBook
180C
Stylewriter
Printer
Advantage
486sx/25
Advantage
Explorer
Advantage
Notebooks
Ascentia 800
Ascentia 800N
Ascentia 810N
Ascentia 950N
Ascentia P
Series
Bravo
Notebooks
BravoL/CDX266
Explorer
Notebooks
Stacy
IPC486DX
IPC486DX2
IPC486SX
8
8
8
Blue
Blue
Blue
POS
POS
POS
9
Blue
NEG
21
Blue
NEG
21
Blue
NEG
21
Blue
NEG
19
19
19
18
19
White
White
White
Blue
White
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
14
Green
POS
21
Blue
NEG
14
Green
POS
17
7
7
7
Blue
White
White
White
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
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Manufacturer
Bondwell
Bondwell
Bondwell
Bondwell
Bondwell
Brother
CAF
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
Canon
23
Model No.
Volts
Tip
Color
Tip
Polarity
B200
B210
B310
B310+
B310A
HJ100i
386SX
200LS
BJ-10e
BJ-10ex
BJ-10sx
BJ-20ex
BJ-30
BJ-5
BJC-210
BJC-4100
BJC-610
BJC-70
Innova NoteJet
486
InnovaBook
1000
InnovaBook
350CD
InnovaBook
350P
InnovaBook 475
9
9
9
9
9
9
18
19
9
9
9
9
13
9
9
9
9
13
20
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
White
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Green
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Green
Green
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
NEG
POS
POS
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
POS
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
POS
POS
20
Green
POS
20
White
POS
20
White
POS
20
White
POS
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Manufacturer
Citizen
Coax
Coax
Coax
Compaq
Compaq
Compaq
Compaq
Compaq
Compaq
Compaq
Compaq
Compaq
Compaq
Compaq
Compaq
Compaq
CompuAdd
CP+
CTX International
Data Point
DEC
Decision Mate
Model No.
Volts
Tip
Color
Tip
Polarity
PN60
Coax 386SX
SmartBook VStar
Ultrathin
386SX/20
5300
Concerto 4/25
Concerto 4/33
Contura 3/20
Contura 3/25
Contura 3/25C
Contura 4/25
Contura 4/25C
Contura 4/25CX
Contura 430C
Contura Aero
Presario 1080
Presario 1232
Companion
Portable
Printers
EasyBook
4808J
PC425SE
486SLC
8
21
19
Blue
White
Blue
NEG
POS
POS
19
White
POS
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
17
18
19
19
15
9
Blue
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Blue
Blue
Green
White
Green
Blue
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
NEG
18
19
21
19
White
White
Blue
White
POS
POS
NEG
POS
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Manufacturer
Decision Mate
Dell
Dell
Dell
Dell
Dell
EPS
Epson
Epson
Epson
Epson
Epson
Epson
Epson
Epson
Epson
Epson
Everex
Everex
Fora
25
Model No.
Volts
Tip
Color
Tip
Polarity
Decision Mate
SX
325SLI
Latitude 425
Latitude 433
Latitude 433C
NL320SLI
EPS Notebook
ActionNote
4000
ActionNote 700
ActionNote
700C
ActionNote 800
ActionNote 866
ActionNote
866C
ActionNote
880C
ActionNote
880CX
ActionNote
888CX
ActionNote
895CX
DesigNote
StepNote 486
NBL386S
19
White
POS
12
14
14
14
12
20
15
Blue
Green
Green
Green
Blue
White
White
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
15
15
White
White
POS
POS
19
19
19
White
White
White
POS
POS
POS
19
White
POS
19
White
POS
19
White
POS
19
White
POS
20
20
19
White
White
White
POS
POS
POS
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Manufacturer
Goldstar
Hewlett Packard
Hewlett Packard
Hewlett Packard
Hewlett Packard
Hewlett Packard
Hewlett Packard
Hewlett Packard
Hewlett Packard
Hewlett Packard
Hewlett Packard
Hewlett Packard
Hewlett Packard
Honeywell
Hyundai
IBM
IBM
IBM
IBM
IBM
IBM
Model No.
Volts
Tip
Color
Tip
Polarity
GS520
DeskJet 310
Printer
DeskJet 320
Printer
DeskJet 340
DeskJet 500
Printer
DeskJet 500C
Printer
OmniBook 300
OmniBook 425
OmniBook 430
OmniBook 530
OmniBook 600
OmniBook
600C
Vectra LS12
AP-L
Neuron 433SLC
PS/2 L40SX
PS/2 N33SX
ThinkPad 350
ThinkPad 350C
ThinkPad
365ED
ThinkPad 560
18
10
White
White
POS
NEG
10
White
NEG
11
10
Blue
White
POS
NEG
10
White
NEG
12
12
12
12
12
12
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
17
17
15
15
15
15
15
16
Blue
Blue
White
Green
Green
Green
Green
White
NEG
NEG
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
16
White
POS
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Manufacturer
IBM
IBM
IBM
IBM
IBM
IBM
Keynote
Kodak
Kodak
Kodak
Lapcom
Lexmark
Librex
Librex
Magitronic
Mitac
Mitsuba
MPC
NBCC
27
Model No.
Volts
Tip
Color
Tip
Polarity
ThinkPad 700
ThinkPad 700C
ThinkPad 701C
ThinkPad
701CS
ThinkPad 720
ThinkPad 720C
Notebook
(ADP-38AB)
Diconix 150+
Printer
Diconix 180si
Printer
Diconix 701
Printer
LT529
4070 Printer
Adapter SCO2P
Adapter
SPCE813
NoteBook w/
CD
40235XT
Ninja 12-1
M700
386SX
Notebook
15
15
16
16
Green
Green
White
White
POS
POS
POS
POS
15
15
19
Green
Green
Blue
POS
POS
POS
9
Blue
NEG
9
Blue
NEG
10
White
NEG
9
9
12
15
White
Blue
Blue
Blue
POS
NEG
POS
POS
20
White
POS
17
17
18
21
Green
Blue
White
White
POS
POS
POS
POS
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Manufacturer
NBCC
NBCC
NEC
NEC
Packard Bell
Panasonic
Polaroid
ProStar
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Model No.
Volts
Tip
Color
Tip
Polarity
386SX/20 Notebook
386SXN
Notebook
MultiSpeed EL
UltraLite Versa
550D
PB286LP
CF150B
Hand Scanner
Pentium
MX100
MZ100
MZ200
MZ250
PC2100
PC3010
PC3020
PC3030
PC3050
PC3060
PC3070
PC4500
PC4501
PC4502
PC4521
PC4620
21
White
POS
21
White
POS
9
19
Blue
White
NEG
POS
17
9
14
20
9
9
9
9
9
19
19
19
19
19
19
9
9
9
9
9
Blue
Blue
Blue
White
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
White
White
White
White
White
White
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
POS
NEG
POS
POS
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
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Manufacturer
Model No.
Volts
Tip
Color
Tip
Polarity
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sharp
Sony
Star Micronics
Tandy
Tandy
Tandy
Tandy
Tandy
Tandy
Tandy
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
PC4641
PC4741
PC5500
PC5541
PC5700
PC5741
PC6200
PC6220
PC6541
PC6700
PC6781
PC6800
PC6900
PC9020
MZ1
StarJet SJ-48
100FD
1400FD
1400HD
1400LT
140XT
2800
Portable Printer
Extensa 450
Extensa 450T
Extensa 510
9
9
17
17
17
17
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
18
11
9
9
15
15
9
15
9
9
20
20
20
Blue
Blue
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
White
White
White
NEG
NEG
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
POS
POS
POS
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Manufacturer
Model No.
Volts
Tip
Color
Tip
Polarity
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Extensa 515
Extensa 550
Extensa 550CD
Extensa
550CDT
Extensa 555
Extensa 555CD
Extensa 565CD
Extensa
570CDT
Extensa 575CD
Extensa 575CD
LT286
LT286/25
LT286/45
TI-45
TM2000
TM4000M
TM5000
TM5010
TM5020
TM5030
TM5100
TM5200
TM5300
Expresswriter
301
20
20
20
20
White
White
White
White
POS
POS
POS
POS
20
20
20
20
White
White
White
White
POS
POS
POS
POS
20
20
17
17
17
17
15
18
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
White
White
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Blue
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
Green
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Toshiba
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Manufacturer
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
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Model No.
Volts
Tip
Color
Tip
Polarity
Portege 300CT
Portege 610CT
Portege 620CT
Portege 650CT
Portege
660CDT
T1000
T1000LE
T1000SE
T1000XE
T100X
T1100+
T1200
T1200F
T1200FB
T1200H
T1200HB
T1200HD
T1200XE
T1600
T1800
T1850
T1850C
T1900
T1900C
T1910
15
15
15
15
15
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
9
12
12
12
12
9
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
15
15
15
18
18
18
White
Green
Green
Green
Green
Blue
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Blue
Blue
Blue
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
NEG
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
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Manufacturer
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
32
Model No.
T1910CS
T1950
T1950CS
T1950CT
T1960
T1960CS
T1960CT
T200
T200CS
T2400CS
T2400CT
T2450CT
T3400
T3400CT
T3600CT
T4500
T4500C
T4600
T4700
T4700CS
T4700CT
T4800CT
T4850CT
T4900CT
Tecra 700
Tecra 700CDT
Volts
Tip
Color
Tip
Polarity
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
15
15
18
18
18
15
15
15
15
15
15
18
18
18
18
18
18
15
15
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Green
Green
Blue
Blue
Blue
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Green
Green
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
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Manufacturer
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Toshiba
Trogon
Veridata
WinBook
WinBook
Wyse
Wyse
Wyse
Wyse
Zenith
Zenith
Zenith
Zenith
Zeos
Model No.
Volts
Tip
Color
Tip
Polarity
Tecra 700CS
Tecra 700CT
Tecra 710CDT
Tecra 720CDT
Tecra 730CDT
Tecra 730XCDT
Tecra 740CDT
7200
Execulite 386S
386SXNB-20B
XP
386SX
386SX/20N
Decision Mate
486SLC
Decision Mate
SX
SuperSport 286
SuperSport
286e
SuperSport
386SX
Z-Star EX
Contenta SubNotebook
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
21
19
19
19
19
19
19
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Blue
White
White
White
White
White
White
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
19
White
POS
17
17
Blue
Blue
NEG
NEG
17
Blue
NEG
20
14
White
Green
POS
POS
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Limited Ninety-Day Warranty
This product is warranted by RadioShack against manufacturing defects in material and
workmanship under normal use for ninety (90) days from the date of purchase from RadioShack company-owned stores and authorized RadioShack franchisees and dealers.
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES
AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO
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EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY TO CUSTOMER OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY WITH RESPECT TO ANY LIABILITY, LOSS OR DAMAGE CAUSED DIRECTLY OR
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DAMAGES RESULTING FROM INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OF TIME, DATA, PROPERTY, REVENUE, OR PROFIT OR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF RadioShack HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow the limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the
exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
In the event of a product defect during the warranty period, take the product and the
RadioShack sales receipt as proof of purchase date to any RadioShack store. RadioShack will, at its option, unless otherwise provided by law: (a) correct the defect by
product repair without charge for parts and labor; (b) replace the product with one of the
same or similar design; or (c) refund the purchase price. All replaced parts and products, and products on which a refund is made, become the property of RadioShack.
New or reconditioned parts and products may be used in the performance of warranty
service. Repaired or replaced parts and products are warranted for the remainder of the
original warranty period. You will be charged for repair or replacement of the product
made after the expiration of the warranty period.
This warranty does not cover: (a) damage or failure caused by or attributable to acts of
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Authorized Service Facility; (c) consumables such as fuses or batteries; (d) cosmetic
damage; (e) transportation, shipping or insurance costs; or (f) costs of product removal,
installation, set-up service adjustment or reinstallation.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which
vary from state to state.
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