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Kevint
2009-09-04, 02:50
I'm interested to see how small/neat it is, ideally with a UK 3-pin plug attached.

Thanks

Kevin

funkstar
2009-09-04, 03:08
It's 1A @ 18V so it's never going to be tiny.

This looks to be about right size wise:
http://www.phihong.com/html/psa18r_18w_star_eps2_0.html

Same power output, just higher voltage and lower current.

Kevint
2009-09-04, 03:25
It's 1A @ 18V so it's never going to be tiny.

This looks to be about right size wise:
http://www.phihong.com/html/psa18r_18w_star_eps2_0.html

Same power output, just higher voltage and lower current.

Thanks for that, looks similar to the Boom adapter.

Kevin

remd
2009-09-04, 07:41
Actually size wise it looks closer to the SB3 power adapter.

funkstar
2009-09-04, 08:51
Well, it's a lot smaller than the Boom supply I have, but that is a Beta unit too, so I'm not the best person to ask about it all.

What is your concern about the power supply? If it is because of placement in a multi socket extension, there shouldn't be any problems with that. My Boom supply is a little large and there is no way you could have two next to each other (not that you would). It also isn't too large to be transported around in a bag.

pfarrell
2009-09-04, 08:56
funkstar wrote:
> Well, it's a lot smaller than the Boom supply I have, but that is a Beta
> unit too, so I'm not the best person to ask about it all.

Mine as well, both Boom and Radio PS are beta, the Radio's is much, much
smaller than the Boom's. By eyeball, under 1/4 the size. The Baby's is
not much bigger than the brick for my Motorola Razr phone

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Pat Farrell
http://www.pfarrell.com/

funkstar
2009-09-04, 09:05
OK, something definitive.

The PS for the Receiver (non beta) is slightly narrower than the UK plate installed in it. The PS for the Radio and the Touch is the same width.

hope that helps.