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Anyone know anything about power adapters for the Real Power Workshop toy?

nicoleisapayne Avatar
5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
Bought the Real Power Workshop for my son that takes 4 x D batteries (will be expensive!) Box says adapter can be used then it shows 6VDC then 15W. Do I need a 6V adapter and what does the 15W stand for?
Hoping you can help - not really my field!
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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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#1
15W = 15 watts ie how powerful the adapter needs to be.

I bought one for santa but didn't check the box for batteries (, so thatnks for your comment, i'll look for a suitable multi adapter instead.
#2
You will need a power supply that out puts 6v at 2.5A (or 2500ma)
Like these (end may be different though)
http://electronics.shop.ebay.co.uk/Consumer-Electronics-/293/i.html?_nkw=6v+2.5a&_catref=1&_fln=1&_npmv=3&_trksid=p3286.c0.m282
#3
Called the makers and they only advised that this one worked from Argos
Argos
My calculations are that its not powerful enough as only 1200ma!!

Thanks harlzter for confirming what I need - just need to keep looking as I think the best bet is to go for a multi volt and ended one to be sure (and at least it could be used on other things!)
#4
Yay - found the right one
2500ma multi adapter
Might just have a quick scan on the internet for a cheaper price - or somewhere that I can pick up tomorrow!
#5
SOLD :)
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Edited By: nicoleisapayne on Dec 23, 2010 18:08
#6
nicoleisapayne
Yay - found the right one
2500ma multi adapter
Might just have a quick scan on the internet for a cheaper price - or somewhere that I can pick up tomorrow!


That only outputs 2000ma at 6V the 2500ma is on the lower voltages
#7
Its worth looking at your old routers power supplies as they can be suitable dependant on spec.

I have a couple of boxes of old power supplies I can often find something I need by mixing the transformers and end adapters to suit.

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