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This entry was posted by Chris Parr on Friday, May 31st, 2013 at 3:53 pm and is tagged with and is posted in the category Hardware. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.


2 comments on "TG582n Information and Specifications"

Anotherone

Unfortunately this specification doesn't provide details of the DC Power Supply which (if you need a replacement) needs to have an output of 12vDC @1Amp minimum current. Obviously it needs to be for use in the UK typically rated 200/240AC 50Hz. and also have a 13A mains input plug.

In theory, any 12v DC output power unit with those or higher ratings would do.

Typical switch mode PSUs of this type these days are generally rated 100-240V ~50-60Hz, 12V DC 1.0A.
The exact Thomson model that I have is Model: ADS0126A-X120100 Part No: DSL36879820 . I don't know if it's available direct from Thomson.

If buying a replacement on the Internet or anywhere else come to that -
PLEASE BE WARY OF CHEAP FOREIGN IMPORTED POWER UNITS WHICH CAN BE UNSAFE AND CAN BE A FIRE HAZARD.

Anotherone

To add to the above (can't edit it)- the DC output connector is a standard 2.5x5.5mm connector, they come in 2 lengths, either should do.
Also, always buy power units from a recognised reputable UK supplier.

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