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5v 5amp power supply for netgear fs116 fast ethernet switch

SFTraveler
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5v 5amp power supply for netgear fs116 fast ethernet switch

I have misplaced the power supply for my netgear fs116 fast ethernet switch. It requires 5v 5amp, but I am having trouble sourcing one. Any ideas? Also, what connecter size and type is required? TIA

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schumaku
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Re: 5v 5amp power supply for netgear fs116 fast ethernet switch

According to the 10/100 Fast Ethernet Unmanaged Switches FS105v3, FS108v3, FS116 Data Sheet  it's a FS116 Desktop, wall mount 16 External Power Adapter, 12V DC, 1A (12W) it's Netgear a PAV12V power supply, available in various localized variants depending on your market area and AC power supply defaults.

 

 

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Re: 5v 5amp power supply for netgear fs116 fast ethernet switch

Thank you for the quick answer. This is a North American (US) version. I have not been able to source one, however. Where can I purchase it? 

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SFTraveler
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Re: 5v 5amp power supply for netgear fs116 fast ethernet switch

I purchased this unit for at: https://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-Adapter-Wireless-AC-Wireless-N-PAV12V-100NAS/dp/B01644WK08 however the connector is too large. 

 

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schumaku
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Re: 5v 5amp power supply for netgear fs116 fast ethernet switch

More than strange - and we're facing a FS116 model here? Please provide exact model designation and serial number from the printed label. Sorry for the misleading hint.

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SFTraveler
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Re: 5v 5amp power supply for netgear fs116 fast ethernet switch

Thank you, here is the information: FS116 Serial number FS16B09011408

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schumaku
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Re: 5v 5amp power supply for netgear fs116 fast ethernet switch

just struggled over some similar https://www.newegg.com/p/14R-02A5-05NX2 - the reason for my curiosity question was the fact Netgear refers to a External Power Adapter, 12V DC, 1A (12W) on the FS116 resp. 12V DC, 1.5A, 18W; plug is localized to country of sale on the GS116v2 or 18W max and 12V @ 1.5A DC input on the legacy datasheet for the GS116.

 

The ubiquitous PAV12V power supply however seems to be specified for 12V 2.5 A

 

Would be great if Netgear could bring some light to this what I tend to name a documentation error. 

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