Would this power adapter fit my D link wireless

would this power adapter 301735958fit my D link wireless router

i need a 12v 1. 25amp plug

jaycar want $45 for one

cheers guys

geek_taniamarshall, Jul 11, 1:20 pm

Well the volts and amps are fine... depends on the size of the plug hole.

geek_r.g.nixon, Jul 11, 1:24 pm

does it matter if its regulated or not?

geek_taniamarshall, Jul 11, 1:31 pm

which model "D link wireless router" ?

geek_0800xford, Jul 11, 1:31 pm

GSL D604T

geek_taniamarshall, Jul 11, 1:33 pm

it' ALSO depends on the polarity of the plug and if you get it wrong... ... ... . . not good

geek_drcspy, Jul 11, 1:38 pm

can you be bothered bidding? if so you could save some cash and get a whole new one for less than $45

geek_0800xford, Jul 11, 1:40 pm

$45? ? where from? which brand? i want to stick with dlink they have been good to me

geek_taniamarshall, Jul 11, 1:45 pm

sorry, that should have read "a whole new router of the same make and model"

geek_0800xford, Jul 11, 1:48 pm

You're kidding right ?

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geek_drcspy, Jul 11, 3:10 pm

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geek_taniamarshall, Jul 11, 3:17 pm

not much chance new for under $50 there are some new ones there but they're a lot more expensive than that

geek_drcspy, Jul 11, 3:24 pm

Most routers etc internally regulate to 3. 3v and dont use the supply directly. There is nothing that needs 12v in a router, so any power supply able to supply the power will do IME. Have a linksys and a asus that came with crappy transformer based 12v ones which work fine off a 5v switching one.

geek_richms, Jul 11, 6:06 pm

No it won't. DLink Routers use 12v AC @ 1. 2A. That one you are looking at is 12v DC. .

geek_d.snell, Jul 11, 6:54 pm

The silence is deafening

geek_biggal, Jul 12, 2:40 pm

I have a dlink here, its an old 802. 11g one, and it works on the same 5v supply that works my asus and linksys one.

geek_richms, Jul 12, 6:35 pm