Power adapter - car / airplane - 30 Watt - 1 output connector(s) - D780

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Portable DVD adapter

by Bart on 5/8/2002

This sure beats charging the battery when you going on long trips, or on an airplane. Wish I knew about this adapter long ago. Thanks, Bart

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Product Overview

From initial concept and design to development and distribution, Xtend, the leading mobile and wireless accessory solutions provider, consistently delivers essential connectivity, storage and power accessories to mobile professionals worldwide. This Auto/Inflight power adapter gives you airline quality compliant for safety and is intended for use with power-enabled airline seats. It also includes adapter for car cigarette lighter. This device reduces the need to carry extra batteries. This adapter is compatibility with Sony models DVP-F5 and DVP-FX1.

Specifications

Manufacturer Xtend
Mfg Part# D780
SKU 10315768
UPC 740649307800
UPC 14 00740649307800
Features
Product Description - Power adapter - car / airplane
Product Type - Power adapter - car / airplane - external
Dimensions (WxDxH) - 1.7 in x 0.7 in x 2.7 in
Weight - 3.4 oz
Voltage Required - 12 - 16 V
Voltage Provided - 10 V
Manufacturer Warranty - 1 year warranty
Tech Specs
Width - 1.7 in
Depth - 0.7 in
Height - 2.7 in
Weight - 3.4 oz
Localization - English
Type - Power adapter - car / airplane / external
Voltage Required - 12 - 16 V
Input Connector(s) - 1 x power
Voltage Provided - 10 V
Output connector(s) - 1 x power DC jack
Power Provided - 30 Watt
Enclosure Color - Gray
Cables Included - 1 x power cable ¦ 1 x car connection adapter
Service & Support - 1 year warranty
Service & Support Details - Limited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year
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Portable DVD adapter by Bart on May 08, 2002

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