2055 Power supply

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mikie333

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I have a Pro-2055, but I don't have a power supply for it. There isn't a radioshack too close to where I am, so...

Does anyone know the volt/amp converter and "tip" I need (ie. J K, etc) ?

Thanks!
 

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mikie333 said:
I have a Pro-2055, but I don't have a power supply for it. There isn't a radioshack too close to where I am, so...

Does anyone know the volt/amp converter and "tip" I need (ie. J K, etc) ?

Thanks!

Voltage would be 13.8, amp should be at least 300mah but I would double check (I have mine packed in a box so it might take a day to be sure). I would check the tip to see if is positive or negative as well if you are using an aftermarket power source.


That tip was disconnected well over a year ago, a search on here should say what it is as it's the same as the 2096. I think it was the "T" size.


edit to add...

Lots of good info in this thread, including a universal part number for the tip.


http://www.radioreference.com/forums/showthread.php?t=50635


TES said:
The problem is that Adaptaplug "T" - used by the 2096, 2055, and possibly others - has been discontinued.
 
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Had the same problem with the 2096. The power supply of the psr400 works on the 2096,
maybe it will work for you .
 
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