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  • 01-07-2012 6:50 PM

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    BEOTALK 1200 Power Adapter Information Requested

    I acquired a BEOTALK 1200 answering machine without the AC power adapter.  I have determined that the power requirements are 9 VDC @ 300 mA.  However I need to know the polarity of the power plug - and would be most grateful if someone could tell me which pin is positive (+) or, even better, help me obtain a schematic.

    Thank you in advance,

    Michael

    w1rc

  • 01-08-2012 8:33 AM In reply to

    Re: BEOTALK 1200 Power Adapter Information Requested

    Welcome to BeoWorld!

    This topic comes up from time to time.

    Try a site search using: BEOTALK WIRING

    You may find the following thread useful: http://forum.beoworld.org/forums/p/9994/122749.aspx#122749

    Sorry for the C&P, I am mobile this weekend or I would help further.

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  • 01-08-2012 11:17 AM In reply to

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    Re: BEOTALK 1200 Power Adapter Information Requested

    Thanks for the response Burantek.  Does the power adapter use the same jack on the BEOTALK 1200 as the telephone line or is there a separate jack for the power adapter?  I have not actually seen the unit.  It's on ePay and I am considering making a bid on it.  If the power adapter shares the jack on the BEOTALK with the telephone line I would need to find some kind of wiring diagram so I can solder two wires directly to the PCboard to connect to a 9VDC power line or simply forget buying this particular BEOTALK 1200.

     

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