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Thread: Why does a PC need 12V?
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Doesn't your PowerPack have automatic 120-240V operation like
the Dell and Thinkpad PS'es I have?  This way you won't need
to go all the way to 230, but can raise to 120V.  Still if
this up and down can be avoided...


Alan B. Pearce wrote:

> I am looking at this too for the oldish Dell Laptop that I have.
> However it
> requires 18V at 3.5A (at least that is what the power pack says it can
> deliver) and I have been thinking seriously of doing a converter to get to
> this instead of going to 230V to drive the power pack.

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