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Stako

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Hi guys.
My girlfriend got a new lamp and I dont know what kind of an adapter she needs to plug this cable into the outlet. I will post photos of the cable. I am sorry if I used the wrong terms but english isnt my first language.
I am looking forward to your replies fellas!

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Spoon

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Is this lamp for use in the UK?
The EU is a big place, so we need to narrow things down a bit.
What can you tell us about the lamp?

Oh, and welcome to the forum mate.
 

Strima

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Looks like you're missing a 12 volt LED driver.
 
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Stako

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Is this lamp for use in the UK?
The EU is a big place, so we need to narrow things down a bit.
What can you tell us about the lamp?

Oh, and welcome to the forum mate.
My bad buddy, and thanks for the fast reply. Here are some more details.
The lights are integrated in the bed. I will post a picture of a similar bed with lights. The bed was bought in Slovenia (EU). No adapter was included. In Slovenia the power plugs and sockets are of type F. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

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Stako

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Looks like you're missing a 12 volt LED driver.
Thanks man!
I looked up this 12v led driver online but i am not really sure if I am looking at the correct item. Could you please provide a link. I would really appreciate it.
 

Strima

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You will need to speak to the bed manufacturers to see what size and type of LED they have fitted and type of driver to use. They may even send you one for free.
 

telectrix

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My bad buddy, and thanks for the fast reply. Here are some more details.
The lights are integrated in the bed. I will post a picture of a similar bed with lights. The bed was bought in Slovenia (EU). No adapter was included. In Slovenia the power plugs and sockets are of type F. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

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where's the pop-up TV?
 

Spoon

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That's so very 90's... Ceiling mounted projectors onto the wall nowadays.
Tel's ceiling is full of mirrors..... No room for a projector...
 

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