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    Power supply for eee box 1501

    Hi all - looking for a power supply for a project I am putting together using a eee box 1501. The specs on the eee box call for 19v @ 3.42a.


    Looking at the cnx-p2140, it has an 18.5v mode but looking through the manual it says it's actually ouputting .5v higher. Will there be a problem using this power supply? p1900 has a 19v mode - is that more appropriate?


    Sorry if this is a noob question...

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    Either Carnetix model would work.
    They both output the same voltages.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Thx for the quick reply! For my own sanity - the user manuals do read differently correct?

    From the Carnetix website I see the P1900 outputs of 18, 19, 20v and for the P2140 outputs of 12, 18.5, 20v.

    Is this just a documentation issue, or am I looking at the wrong thing?

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    (Crikey - here I am buying a $25 voltage selectable device for my GF's MSI Wind.)

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    No, you're not looking at the wrong thing.
    The additional .5v will not cause damage to your system.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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