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Old 02-28-2008, 02:19 PM   #2
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I am re-commissioning my scanner, which I haven't used for sometime, but I'm faced with one difficulty: which of several transformers is appropriate? I have one with a 16 V d.c. output, one with 9 V a.c., and several with 9 V or 10 V d.c. Any experts out there?
It would probably be specific to the brand and model.

Are the electrical requirements mentioned in the booklet or on the body of the scanner?

I can say this is often a vexing problem; all the darned “bricks” tend to look alike, and too many of them have identical fittings. I try to label them when I first get a new gadget, but too often forget.

   
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