Watson AC Adapter for Compact AC/DC Battery Charger

BH #WAADCAC • MFR #ADC-AC
Watson
Watson AC Adapter for Compact AC/DC Battery Charger
Key Features
  • Runs on 100-240VAC for Worldwide Use
  • 12VDC, 500mA Output
This AC Adapter from Watson powers their Compact AC/DC Battery Charger. It allows you to keep the charger on a desktop or other flat surface instead of having it plugged directly into a wall socket with its fold-out plug. It runs on 100-240VAC power to enable worldwide use, and outputs 12VDC and 500mA. The attached power cord is 58" long and features a DC plug that connects to the AC/DC Charger. The adapter also has a standard 2-prong North American type plug for insertion into a power outlet. Additionally, you can use the AC/DC Charger's European plug adapter on this AC adapter. This unit is designed for indoor use only.
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Watson AC Adapter for Compact AC/DC Battery Charger

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Watson ADC-AC Overview

This AC Adapter from Watson powers their Compact AC/DC Battery Charger. It allows you to keep the charger on a desktop or other flat surface instead of having it plugged directly into a wall socket with its fold-out plug. It runs on 100-240VAC power to enable worldwide use, and outputs 12VDC and 500mA. The attached power cord is 58" long and features a DC plug that connects to the AC/DC Charger. The adapter also has a standard 2-prong North American type plug for insertion into a power outlet. Additionally, you can use the AC/DC Charger's European plug adapter on this AC adapter. This unit is designed for indoor use only.

UPC: 847628536791

Watson ADC-AC Specs

Charger
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz at 200 mA
Charging Voltage12 VDC
Charging Amperage500 mA
Power Input2-Prong US Plug
Cable Length58" / 147.3 cm
Charger Dimensions1.75 x 0.75" / 44.00 x 19.00 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.15 x 2.8 x 1.75"
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