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Arlo Pro power converter

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nikolayslavov55
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Hello,

 

my question is: what tip of power convertor 220 - 110 V recommend you? Is this one fine? (see attached image).

 

Thank you in advance

 

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TomMac
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For the PRO camera, that isn't needed;  It already takes 120 OR 220v input

 

From the US adapter;

INPUT:100-240v 50/60hz  0.3a

OUTPUT: 5v dc 1.5a or 9v dc 1.1a

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nikolayslavov55
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Thank you for your answer, but what about base station power ac adapter p/n: 332-10750-01 - input 100-120v - 50-60Hz 0,6A?

TomMac
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Ok, did think you needed as you posted in the Pro section, but...

the US base power supply is 120v input @ .5a  to 12v dc at 1.5a center positive coaxial plug

 

so the device you show should work fine for it

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nikolayslavov55
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Thank you very much for your help!

 

Nikolay

GusRodriguez
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Hi!

 

I am facing the same problem. In my country the current es 220v. It would be great if the base station had a 110-240v imput power adapter as the camera have. Why Netgear chose to support 220v in one appliance and not in the other? So strange.

 

I have to buy a power converter from 220v to 12v. In the store they ask me whether I need a "switched" or "linear" power converter. Which one should I buy?

 

Thank you!

 

Regards,

 

Gustavo

 

Model: VMB3000 | Arlo Base Station
jguerdat
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I'd think either converter would!d be fine with the switched supply being smaller and more efficient.