Voltage of Konica-Minolta AC-11 adaptor (Dimage A200 and Maxxum 7D)

Discussion in 'Minolta' started by Alan Browne, Dec 14, 2004.

  1. Alan Browne

    Alan Browne Guest

    Anyone know the voltage and polarity of this adaptor?

    It's $60.00 at B&H and that's BS of a very high order.

    Alan Browne, Dec 14, 2004
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  2. Alan Browne

    Supercow Guest

    I have one, and on the back it says:
    Output 6V dc 2A (input 100v - 240v 50/60hz)
    The plug is center positive (<->-C-<+>)

    2 amps! that's quite a lot (from a battery point of view). The same as
    the adaptor for the RD175 though. Shame Minolta doesn't have spare
    power cables for that one. And I haven't figured out how the adapter
    is wired up yet. On the adapter side are 3 pins and on the camera
    side 2. So 2 are probably connected to make the adapter switch from
    battery charging to power supply.
    Oh well.. I might run into someone one day who'll let me check the

    But some seem to use generic psu's on their Dimage 7's. (ranging from
    5V 2A to even 7,2V 2A) But personally I wouldn't dare do that. It's
    not a walkman, but a cpu that needs to be powered.

    Anyway, hope this helps.



    P.S. accessoiries and parts are allways ridiculously overpriced.
    Payed about $60 for a battery cap for my RD175 last year. Asked the
    man twice if he really got the right amount... my word...
    Supercow, Dec 17, 2004
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  3. Alan Browne

    Alan Browne Guest

    Yes, thanks. Looks like it is a XFMR/DC-DC converter, hence the higher than
    expected price.

    Alan Browne, Dec 17, 2004
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