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DC 5V 8A Power supply (5.5mm/2.1-2.5mm Barrel Jack)
This small yet powerful 5V DC 8A power module provides all your projects an easy to use power supply.
- 1st side :
- Tri-wire main line power connector (like a computer one, not supplied)
- 2nd side :
- Barrel jack adapter 5.5/2.5mm (has springs, compatible with 2.1mm too)
Max power: 48W
Current: 5V 8A
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