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Thread: DC Power Adaptor Question

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    Re: DC Power Adaptor Question

    Wow, I got way more help than I thought! Thanks guys!

    I bought the baby monitors used, so the rechargable batteries and adaptor weren't included.

    With all the help I received, I've decided to try and buy a DC adaptor for it. The baby monitor stays in one spot all the time and if I can keep it plugged in all the time that would be so much easier for me, opposed to making sure that the batteries are always charged.

    Thanks again for the help everyone.

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    Re: DC Power Adaptor Question

    Quote Originally Posted by mips View Post
    Wrt to the specs you can find them here,

    http://store.sony.com/p/NTM-910YLW/e...specifications

    Power


    • Battery Type : Receiver: BP-T51 rechargeable battery (supplied)
    • Output Power : 120mW (using supplied AC Adaptor), 55mW (using 2.4V DC)
    • Power Requirements : Transmitter: AC 120V, 60 Hz; Receiver: DC 3V or AC 120V, 60 Hz (with supplied AC Adaptor)


    So it "looks" like the receiver & transmitter can use the same AC adapter. Are the connectors the same?
    This is very strange, because on the receiver it says "9V" on the DC port.

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