|Instructions for using the product 60W In Car DC/USB Power supply - 5V - 24V Range Black
Instructions for correct use of this item: 60W In Car DC/USB Power supply - 5V - 24V Range Black
Note: Please follow the instructions for using this product carefully.
Should you not follow the instructions as detailed, know that Digidave will not be responsible for any damage incurred to a device arising from the misuse of this power adaptor.
Before you proceed, please check the voltage V and current A
requirements of the device you wish to power. This will be written on
the device, or in the user manual of the device.
Also, do not connect the power adaptor to your device until you've
selected the correct V and A on the device - instructions below.
Once you know the voltage V and current A required, you can proceed.
*The other power supply means the range of output voltage is from
10VDC to 28VDC, and the output wattage should be over 70W. If the
output wattage is under 70W, this product still keeps working.
However, the output wattage of this product couldn't be set up 60W.
- Slide down the transparent cover of the main body of the power adaptor.
- Connect the input cable to socket marked INPUT on the power adaptor.
- Connect the input cable to the cigarette socket *
- Press the voltage control key until the light jumps to the needed
voltage. For example, if the voltage required is 5V, press the voltage
control key until the indication light for 5V is lit.
- Press the current control key until the light jumps to the needed
current. For example, if the voltage required is 1A, press the voltage
control key until the indication light for 1A is lit.
- Slide up the transparent cover back over the main body of the power adaptor.
- Connect the output cable to the socket marked OUTPUT on the power adaptor.
- Connect the plug you need to the output cable.
- Connect the plug of the output cable to the device that needs to be
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Author: Caroline Digidave
Created On: 04 Jul 2007
Edited On: 04 Jul 2007
Edited By: Caroline Digidave