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M/A-Com P7100 Power adapter

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top_gizmo

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I have P7100s that never leave the desk. Is there any solution - A/C adapter that would let us do away with batteries or an alternative desktop batteryless model?

Any input is appreciated.
 

k9gunner

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There is a 12v car adapter that you could get, and then run off a power source.
 
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For service Harris sells a battery adapter that plugs into a power supply. It has two wires coming out of it, terminated in 4mm banana plugs, that can be run off a variable power supply. Beware - it isn't very "smart" and needs around 8V - putting it on a 13.8V power supply or a cigarette adapter in a vehicle will result in letting the working smoke out of the radio. Don't ask how I know this :)
 
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