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    Junior Member richlum is on a distinguished road
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    UH720 Power Supply

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    I bought a UH720 hub as the website http://www.tp-link.com.au/products/d...specifications says it has a 4A power supply.
    I plug a lot of power hungry peripherals in like USB midi controllers and my previous 4 port hub only has a 1A power supply and can't power everything at times.
    Given that each USB device can potentially draw 0.5A, I wanted to have enough power if I max out all 7 ports, so I went with teh UH720 over the UH700.

    When I opened up the box, the power supply is only 3.3A.

    Did I get a fake/copy unit?
    I bought it from a retailer in Parramatta.

    If it's not fake, can I get a 4A power supply?

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    UH720 Power S

    Apologies if this is the wrong place. I have just got hold of a DN60 but no power supply. The connector has a very small diameter and I am struggling to find a suitable power supply. Can anyone help please?

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    Hey is this issue universal? DN60 I also didn't get the power supply with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richlum View Post
    model :
    When i opened up the box, the power supply is only 3.3a.
    If it's not fake, can i get a 4a power supply?
    3.3a@12v -> ~7a@5v

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    UH720 Power Supply

    a friend of mine has a CS 800 that is a 1992 version and his power supply has died. Does anyone have any ideas where I could get a replacement power supply or information on how to repair it? Thanks.

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    Junior Member Maxsuong is on a distinguished road
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    The answer is very accurate


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