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This was a long time ago but I remembered that my old 830 had a 24 volt power supply. Anyway, I was looking online when I came across

a article in Atarimania that showed that there were two power supplies for the 830. One was 24volts @150mA 3.6VA (CA016751), and the

other was 20Volts @ 400mA 8VA. The 835 fits right in between there: 20Volts @ 330mA 6.6VA (CO60479) & (CA060535).

 

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Keep in mind modern computer power supplies provide a +12 and a -12V DC, so if you wire across them you get 24V DC.

 

And older ones still even had a -5V DC (in addition to the +5V DC).

 

Ok, you've stumped me here. I understand what you are saying , it's the similar to the way we get 240volts AC (off of two 120v legs that are 180

degrees out of sync). Did you post this on the wrong thread or maybe I didn't make it clear that we are talking about little 9Volt AC power supplies.

Nothing to do with DC.

 

David Milsop

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Did you post this on the wrong thread or maybe I didn't make it clear that we are talking about little 9Volt AC power supplies.

Nothing to do with DC.

 

See (your post) #3 above. 24V was interjected into the conversation at that point. I was just responding to that thinking you were referring to 24V DC (you didn't specify AC or DC). I didn't have something to offer on the 9V AC right then, but thought a quick foot note about that would be alright. That's all.

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See (your post) #3 above. 24V was interjected into the conversation at that point. I was just responding to that thinking you were referring to 24V DC (you didn't specify AC or DC). I didn't have something to offer on the 9V AC right then, but thought a quick foot note about that would be alright. That's all.

My fault.

 

Sorry,

David Milsop

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