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Dc ripple is small, the working efficiency is high

Power adapter

A, product features:

To adopt energy saving IC chip, with perfect protection function, short-circuit, overload, over-current, over-voltage protection, etc.

Anti-jamming performance is good, reliable performance is high.

Dc ripple is small, the working efficiency is high.

Input voltage range wide, (100-240 v) complies with the global use standard.

Working temperature is low, long service life.

Insulation performance is good, antistatic high strength.

Meet the RoHS CE standard

Second, the input/output parameters

Input voltage: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 hz

Output voltage current: 24 v4a - 24 v4000ma

Output power: 96 w

Product categories: power adapter

Three, reference size

Shell size: 155 x60x38mm -

Four, global plug and the authentication

Products are exported to the global can be customized: the gauge beauty gauge the gauge the gauge Macao gauge HanGui sundial South Africa and other countries safety shell plug

Products through the United States UL, CE in Europe, British BS, Australian SAA, South Korea KC, Japan PSE, and ROHS, EMC, FCC, CB and safety certification

Five, product quality assurance

According to the national ☆ 3 packets of policy, one year warranty.


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