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    19v, 3.16Amp DC-DC power supply?

    Hello,

    I am looking for a power supply that will support my HP Pavilion N5190 Laptop's Docking station. It calls for 19 volts DC, and 3.16 Amps. What DC-DC power supply that you know of will support my needs? Thanks for helping out an eager newbie who's been searching on a56K connection....

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    Like this? I've seen a few others that come with jacks for different brands. Try searching for 19V laptop car adapter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinuxRacr
    Hello,

    I am looking for a power supply that will support my HP Pavilion N5190 Laptop's Docking station. It calls for 19 volts DC, and 3.16 Amps. What DC-DC power supply that you know of will support my needs? Thanks for helping out an eager newbie who's been searching on a56K connection....
    See this post. It also does 19vdc.
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    LinuxRacr,

    Here is a link to a company called LIND they manufacture really solid DC to DC power adapters. They have a model made exactly for your laptop click Here
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    Or this one for one third of the price: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...sPageName=WDVW
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    Thanks folks! This site if off the hook!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deviser
    LinuxRacr,

    Here is a link to a company called LIND they manufacture really solid DC to DC power adapters. They have a model made exactly for your laptop click Here
    This one looks promising! I could just cut the cig lighter adapter off, and solder the wires to the appropriate power source. Does anyone know how well the "ebay special" power supplies work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinuxRacr
    This one looks promising! I could just cut the cig lighter adapter off, and solder the wires to the appropriate power source. Does anyone know how well the "ebay special" power supplies work?
    I've been using my ebay special for 2 months now to power a hp epc at 19Vdc and it works great.
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    is it still good when cranking?

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