Replacement 90W laptop AC Adapter Charger For DELL Latitude D800 D810 D820
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1. Short-circuit protection
2. Low energy consumption design. Power Saving
3. Overload Protection and over Temperature Protection
4. UL SA CE RoHS certified equipment
1. Power: 90W
2. Input: 100-240V /50-60Hz
3. Output: 19.5V-4.62A
4. Plug Tip Size: 7.4mm * 5.0mm
Package : 1 X AC Adapter (Power Cord is NOT Included )
310-2862, 310-3149, 310-3399, 310-4002, 310-4408, 310-6325, 310-6557,
310-7696, 310-7697, 310-7712, 310-7860, 310-9050, 310-9134, 310-9438,
310-9439, 5U092, 9T215, AA22850-L, C9551, CF745, CF823, CF825, CF878,
CF989, DA65NS0-00, DF263, DF266, DF349, LA65NS0-00, LA65NS2-00,
LA90PS0-00, LA90PS1-00, MM545, NF599, NF642, NX061, PA-10, PA-12,
PA-1650-05D, PA-17, PA-1900-02D, PA-21, PA1650-06D3, XD802
Inspiron Series: 1150, 1420, 1501, 1520, 1521, 1525, 300m, 500m, 6000,
600m, 630m, 6400, 640m, 700m, 710m, 8500, 8600, 9200, 9300, 9400, E1405,
Dell Latitude Series: 100L, X1, X300, XT Tablet PC
Dell Latitude D Series: D400, D410, D420, D500, D505, D510, D520, D530, D531, D600, D610, D620, D630, D630c, D800.
Dell Latitude M Series: M2300, M4300, M60, M65 Mobile Workstation, M70
Dell Precision Workstation Series: M20, M60, M70
Dell XPS Series: XPS M1210, XPS M1330, XPS M140
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How to choose a suitable AC Adapter for your laptop?
You should be very cautious when you buy an AC
Adapter for your laptop. If you try to power your laptop using an
inappropriate AC adapter it will damage your laptop. There are three
primary factors you need to consider before buying; namely voltage,
amperage and tip size. Determine the desired output specifications of
the AC adapter. This can usually be found on the old adapter. When
selecting an adapter, you will want to match these as closely as
Step1:Identify the voltage. Next to the word "output", you'll see a number with a "V" after it (such as 19V). This is your voltage.
Step2:Identify the amperage. After the volts, there will be another number with "A" after it (such as 1.58A).
Step3:Determine the size of the adapter plug. Plug sizes are normally measured in millimeters. (Such as 5.5 mm * 2.5 mm)
Choose an adapter
that meets all of the above three requirements: proper output voltage
and current, proper plug size, and proper power cord.
If an exact match is not available, it is better
to err on the side of the new adapter having a higher current than the
specifications require. For example, if the device calls for19 V 3.16 A,
it is Ok for the new adapter to provide 19 V 4.74A (higher current) .