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Masterplug UP TO 2500mA Multi-Voltage Adaptor £5.47 @ Argos
Masterplug UP TO  2500mA Multi-Voltage Adaptor £5.47 @ Argos

Masterplug UP TO 2500mA Multi-Voltage Adaptor £5.47 @ Argos

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nice spare for laptop or digi camera
# Sliding voltage selector switch with power indicator.

# Convert mains to 3, 4.5, 5, 6, 6.5 or 7 volt.

# 7 interchangeable connector ends.

# 1.8m lead.

# For use with portable music players, DVD players, cameras, electronic games and most other portable devices.

# Rated current of device must not exceed 2500mA.

# Design may vary

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Good price, very handy piece of kit - buy two cos you always need an extra one (or will do in near future - guaranteed !)

Good deal (but dont think this would work with a laptop). Heat added

Original Poster

:)works fine with my lappy fujitsu amilo pro and tryed both of my kids medion and a toshiba works fine

karen21101;4342610

:)works fine with my lappy fujitsu amilo pro ...



You sure of that?

That device requires 19v and around 3amps to boot up :?

Original Poster

:)yep went ok im going to bed with lappy after emerdale so it will be on for a few hours will let you no if its still ok

karen21101;4342737

im going to bed with lappy after emerdale



These cold lonely nights eh! ;-)

Original Poster

:oops:im hungover lol

Bought this some time ago when it was on offer. Good power supply and works with virtually anything with the correct adapter. It is easy to swop polarity (+/-), so be careful. It doesn't have protector diode and I wouldn't use it on very sesitive equipment such as digital cameras.

Its a switch mode power supply the output is quite accurate and stable. I use one to charge/power Navigo V1 and power my Lacie mobile hard drive when its connected to the Wii. Since these use the same settings I hot glued the tip on and put a bit each side of the voltage slider.

karen21101;4342823

:oops:im hungover lol



That's why you reposted this deal then is it?:whistling:

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karen21101;4342610

:)works fine with my lappy fujitsu amilo pro and tryed both of my kids … :)works fine with my lappy fujitsu amilo pro and tryed both of my kids medion and a toshiba works fine



I recently had to get a replacement Amilo Pro laptop adaptor for someone at work and am sure the voltage required was around 19v as the other poster stated. I really do not believe a 7 volt adaptor would power it properly, or at all for that matter.

I've have a Sony Vaio FZ 21M. Does anybody know if this would work as it's hasn't good the big black box type thingy attached half way down the cord. I really don't want to blow up my Lappy.....Again.:thumbsup:

This will not power any laptop. Not even a netbook. You can get universal laptop chargers for about £20 or even less on ebay.

Got a replacement laptop charger for the G/F's compaq last week, and that's only a fairly low power draw 1.6ghz Turion x64, and that's 18.5 volts.

they had a mains adaptor (not the same as this) - with various plugs and variable voltage in the 99p store the other day

Bought one last week, principally to power a 7.5v music keyboard.

I has 6 powerplug type connectors, ranging from a 5mm down to a very tiny one like the ones used in mobile phones, plus a 3.5mm jackplug. These are on a bandolier, which is handy.

The outputs are regulated and stable, so suitable for equipment normally powered by batteries, and are:
3v, 4.5v and 5v @ 2,500 milliamps
6v and 6.5v @ 2,000 milliamps
7v @ 1,900 milliamps

moggith;4351463

they had a mains adaptor (not the same as this) - with various plugs and … they had a mains adaptor (not the same as this) - with various plugs and variable voltage in the 99p store the other day


These are almost always unstabilised, unregulated power supplies which could wreck equipment that's normally battery powered. For instance, the 6 volt output could be putting out as much as 9 or 10 volts under a light load.

does anyone know if these do AC and DC ( good rock band if you change the "and" to a "\")
so you can switch back and to???

strange it doesn't go up to 9v? that's about the only voltage I don't have rechargeable batteries for.....shame

karen21101;4342737

:)yep went ok im going to bed with lappy after emerdale so it will be on … :)yep went ok im going to bed with lappy after emerdale so it will be on for a few hours will let you no if its still ok

So how long was it before the battery went flat then? ;-)

Biffo the Bear;4351544

3v, 4.5v and 5v @ 2,500 milliamps6v and 6.5v @ 2,000 milliamps7v @ 1,900 … 3v, 4.5v and 5v @ 2,500 milliamps6v and 6.5v @ 2,000 milliamps7v @ 1,900 milliamps

Ah - I think the OP should change the listing title to say at least "up to" 2500mA.

Original Poster

:?it dont work with my lappy it fits it ect but when the battery was gone it was gone but will work with me camera or wii

Oh dear - I wonder how many people blow things up because the plug fits... you really mustn't do this because you could damage either or both pieces of equipment.

It won't work with the Wii - that needs 12V, and has a proprietary plug to stop people naively trying it with random power supplies!

We can't tell you whether it'll work with your camera unless you provide more information - voltage, current and type of connector.

Original Poster

:roll: Ohhhh what about my router ect ,sorry for been a bit dim:oops: if its a say 6 amp on the plug of my camera charger does that mean its ok ??

As I said, we need:

-- voltage
-- current
-- type of connector (although you can try that with the power supply UNPLUGGED)

The mains plug of the camera charger is irrelevant - it's the OUTPUT voltage and current that's needed.

Original Poster

:thinking: am scared to try it now in case a blow things up to me if it fits it works lol am go good with electricety :oops:

I bought one of these from Argos a while back when the puppy chewed through my shaver charging cable, it's a great replacement and a lot cheaper than buying a new shaver. Good purchase for this price.

Even greener than using rechargeable batteries, and no waste. H&R

I don't want to a killjoy but my Local Poundland and 99p shop have these too. They may be of lesser quality but still work well. have a look at a shop near you.

What is the specification (voltage/current) of those, i.e. are they comparable?

pibpob;4360109

What is the specification (voltage/current) of those, i.e. are they … What is the specification (voltage/current) of those, i.e. are they comparable?


yeah they have variable voltage out puts.
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