Lexmark z42 power supply

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by box2k2, Jul 19, 2002.

  1. box2k2

    box2k2 OSNN Addict

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    I have managed to acquire a lexmark z42 printer, but without the power supply.

    According to the lexmark website the part is number : 12G3602

    Does anyone have one of these and if so could you post it's characteristics (voltage, polarity etc.)

    Many thanks in advance
     
  2. Cosmin

    Cosmin Graphic Designer

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    I have this printer ( 04380319697 ' RPC01 ) .
    In it's manual I can find what you need or .. ?
     
  3. box2k2

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    Might be in the manual. More likely to be found on the power adapter itself. The pinter suggests that the supply is 30 volt one, but that seems high, and I have no way to recreate it.

    If you check the power supply itself, it should have printed on it information on input voltage, output voltage, amps, polarity, part number etc...
     
  4. Bytes Back

    Bytes Back Ex Police Chief

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    Heh, Bung it in the bin. Look the cartridges for those printers are nearly £30 each. When you need a black and a colour then you have spend £60, A new epson or canon is only about £10 more.

    Epson prices for cartridges are about £20, but you can use generics

    And canon prices are about £9 each.

    You'll save a fortune. :D
     
  5. box2k2

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    Ain't mine to bung in the bin - belongs to a friend and suits him well.

    Better performance than the Apollo P2200 he's using until I sort this out.
     
  6. Cosmin

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    What I've found on adapter first

    AC ADAPTER
    V9908

    Model DNG-3005-A
    Input 220-240V~50/60Hz 180mA
    Ouput 30V - - - 500mA
    Part NO: 17E0301
     
  7. box2k2

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    Thats what I'm after.

    Unusually high voltage for a power adapter, and I've no way to replicate it without the original part. Guess it's going in the bin after all.

    Cheers for the help.