Prongs on Videonics MXPro powersupply

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by gmsname@gmail.com, Aug 23, 2005.

  1. Guest

    I just bought a used Videonics MXPro switcher and need a powersupply
    for it.* I called Focus and it seems that the power supply they are
    selling might not be the correct one for my unit.* A local dealer had
    an mxpro with about 8 or 9 prongs on the powercord(date mfg was
    xx03)*but mine only has 5/6 holes( date mfg (3001). The Focusinfo web
    site says that the MXPRO powersupply is PWRS-0020-01 but I am afraid
    that this one is the 8 or 9 prong one and it will not fit mine.


    Does anyone have one have a mxpro unit to help compare ? It might help
    if someone with one made in xx01 could give me details about their
    powersupply.

    My units label:
    Model: MX-3000 NTSC
    Serial: 208087
    Date MFG: 3001
    *
    power spec
    +5VDC @ 4.5A
    +10VDC @ 0.4A
    -10VDC @ 0.4A

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    , Aug 23, 2005
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  2. Larry J. Guest

    Waiving the right to remain silent, said:

    > I just bought a used Videonics MXPro switcher and need a
    > powersupply for it.* I called Focus and it seems that the power
    > supply they are selling might not be the correct one for my
    > unit.* A local dealer had an mxpro with about 8 or 9 prongs on
    > the powercord(date mfg was xx03)*but mine only has 5/6 holes(
    > date mfg (3001). The Focusinfo web site says that the MXPRO
    > powersupply is PWRS-0020-01 but I am afraid that this one is the
    > 8 or 9 prong one and it will not fit mine.


    Give the manufacturer the serial number, and they should be able to
    tell you exactly which supply works.

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    Larry J., Aug 23, 2005
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  3. Guest

    i have done just that but they still do not seem to think there is any
    difference except b/t the mxpro and mxprodv.

    If anyone has one then please let me know:
    Model number on mxpro
    Manufacter date
    Pins on the power cord
    specific markings/label on the power supply
     
    , Aug 24, 2005
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  4. Larry J. Guest

    Waiving the right to remain silent, said:

    > i have done just that but they still do not seem to think there
    > is any difference except b/t the mxpro and mxprodv.


    They should know from their records exactly what p/s shipped with it.
    Other than that, I don't know what to say...

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  5. Bryan Day

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    I just ran across this post while looking for the same adapter. Amazingly the pinout is actually printed on the label on one of the variants of that power supply which I saw on a cached ebay auction.

    Pin 1 +5v
    Pin 2 DC Common (-5v?)
    Pin 3 +10v
    Pin 4 +5v
    Pin 5 DC Common (-5v?)
    Pin 6 -10v

    on the plug with the indexing notch pointing up, pin 1 is the first pin to the left of the notch and they continue counterclockwise with 5 being the pin to the right of the notch. Pin 6 is the center.

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