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Old 07/12/2018, 03:56 PM   #1
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Looking for correct power supply


I have a Tunze nano osmolator and when I received it a while back it was supplied with a German power adapter.

I would like to swop this out for a UK one so I can do away with the plug converter. The UK and German are on the same standard voltage 230v.

This is the detail off the tune unit

Can someone help by linKing me to the correct power adapter on amazon?


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Old 07/12/2018, 04:58 PM   #2
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An electronics shop should be able to get you one.
Just match Voltage & Amperage.
Being on the other side of the pond & all.

250 gallon mixed reef, 2 Reefbreeder's Photon V 2, RD 3 Speedy 80 Watt, DAS EX-3 Skimmer, MTC mini cal, 2-3/4" Sea Swirls, Aquacontroller & 6 Tunze pumps.
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Old 07/12/2018, 05:56 PM   #3
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A picture of the actual supply label would be more useful, as it will also say the polarity of the plug (plus a measurement of the plug end would be great).

Most supplies will be center positive, unless it some of that music/amp related stuff...

But based on that label a 12V 1amp supply would be what i would look for.

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