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Martin Cambridge

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Hey guys I'm new to this forum and looking for some advice from all you guys who know your stuff when it comes to everything electrical.

I'm a creative filmmaker so naturally not clued up on adapters and things but I have LED lighting panels we use to light scenes and interviews and things and some of the adapters have blown meaning I can't use the lights. I've tried to contact the company to source some replacements but they're not getting back to me.

I've attached some pics of what I'm looking for because they seem hard for me to find on the internet.

Any help would be really appreciated.

Thanks!

Martin

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Barry White

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That looks like a16mm 2Pin Aviation Connector on the output of a standard 12v psu the psu will be easy to obtain (will need a close up of the unit to see what the actual output is in amps etc. But you will have to get someone to fit the16mm 2Pin Aviation Connector to the output lead. (the actual plug fitted will be reusable)
 

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The Ghost

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think I would get a universal supply and use the old leads and solder them in the new supply
 
If you are going to get a universal 12V adapter it maybe better to look for a slightly higher power rating if you've had these ones blow.
Possibly the stock ones are under rated so getting one that's a slightly higher current would last longer.
 
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Martin Cambridge

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Thanks for all your help and info guys. I'll try and figure something out now :)
 

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