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This power supply adapter is specially designed for led lights strips.
AC 100-240V To DC 12V 2A Power Supply Converter Adapter for Led Lights Strips
Input: 100~240V AC, 50/60Hz
Output: 12V DC, 2000mA
Plug: US plug
Cable length: 100cm
Net weight: 128g
Package size: 9.5 * 7 * 6cm
Package weight: 144g
1 * AC100-240V to DC12V 2A power adapter
Questions & Answers
I would use an Amplifier with that many lights. I think using this power supply with that many lights will only burn the power supply out. If each strips needs 2 amps then you would need at least a 10 amp power supply and this one is only 2 amps.
By Ron S. on May 29, 2018
Hi, this is a switching power supply, 12VDC regulated....... it's been working very well and stable. For your reference, the load drives 1.1A.
By Fran on May 16, 2018
I am not the seller. no idea.
By Edward Huang on March 6, 2018
There is no light on the transformer that I purchased.
By dsphoto on January 16, 2018
I'm not an expert. I use mine (and am happy with it) to run several 12v PC fans. I added up the amps on all the fans and it came in just under 2amps. When I add more fans which requires more than 2 amps I notice a drop in the rpm's. If you know how many amps the led's require that should tell you if this supply should … see more I'm not an expert. I use mine (and am happy with it) to run several 12v PC fans. I added up the amps on all the fans and it came in just under 2amps. When I add more fans which requires more than 2 amps I notice a drop in the rpm's. If you know how many amps the led's require that should tell you if this supply should work or not. For what this converter costs it probably wouldn't hurt just to order it and try it. see less
By Jace P. on January 9, 2018
I have NO idea if the amp capacity will meet your needs. May need to put a different connector on the device to match your need.
By WARREN GREENWALD on January 7, 2018
i do not know but it does not weigh as heavy as a transformer. it weighs the same as the one that broke, which essentially is very light. sorry i am not able to provide more detailed info.
By Godzilla! on December 3, 2017
Yes, the center is positive.
By Ed Brown on October 15, 2017
Hummm, I think mine were marked 1A. I did NOT test them for current loading. One was used with a 7" TFT display. Don Jones
By Don A. Jones on August 9, 2017
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