Power supply for PhonicPro external modem

  Jim Thing 13:21 02 Aug 06

I have a PhonicPro V.92 external modem, Model 11100, which I don't need any more but my granddaughter says she can find a use for it. I also have a box of assorted power-converter bricks but I've forgotten which one belongs to the modem. According to PhonicPro's website, the hardware requirements for this modem include a 9v DC @ 600 mA PSU, but the sticker on the underside of the unit says 12VAC, 500mA. Approved Class 2 Power. (???)

PhonicPro don't seem to answer e-mails. Could someone please advise?

TIA. Jim

  Jim Thing 13:48 02 Aug 06


  De Marcus™ 13:50 02 Aug 06

Go by the rating stated on the modem itself. Websites are much more open to errors than power rating stickers.

  Jim Thing 13:57 02 Aug 06

Noted, thanks. I'll take a chance on that. It's not going to break the bank even if it goes up in smoke :-)

  De Marcus™ 14:20 02 Aug 06

If it does, drop me a line and I'll pop one Ive had lying around in the post.

  DieSse 15:09 02 Aug 06

Be careful - AC adapters are nowhere near as common as DC adapters.

  Jim Thing 19:47 02 Aug 06

Many thanks for generous offer and good advice.

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