Centre pin is Positive. Sleeve is Negative.CODE03 said:IC-R10 owners,
I need to know the polarity if the power plug on this radio.
I just got one off of ebay, and I need to go buy an AC adaptor for it. I have the voltage figured out, I just need the plug polarity.
The Icom Part No is BC-110 for the AC adapter, or if your already have a DC supply, you could try for the OPC-254L Power Supply Lead.CODE03 said:We tried all of the adapta plugs they had, and only one would fit. (orange ring) We plugged in the IC-R10, and it wouldn't power it up.
Consequently, I need to find an OEM A\C adaptor for this radio.
It will be interesting to see if your scanner works with either of your new power sources.CODE03 said:I have a new style BC-110AR enroute from Icom.
There is an internal 3A fuse in the negative path. It appears to be an SMD type, and is located behind the keypad on the bottom side of the Logic Unit, just to the left of the EASY and EDIT buttons.CODE03 said:Well, looks like I have a problem.
I have the BC-110A charger, and the mobile power cord, and neither of them will power the radio.
I have flipped the charge switch both ways, to no avail.
If anyone has any ideas, I'd sure like to hear them.