From: Andrew Scott Beals (bandy_at_ricochet.net)
Date: Mon Mar 20 2000 - 21:05:28 EST
Perhaps this is simply Old Data? That is to say, were the 560X/Z the most
power-hungry model for their time? From what I've seen, there are 34W
adaptors and there are 57W adaptors [or 37 and 54?]. Perhaps it just
needs the extra juice?
My 770ED's adaptor is the higher-cap variety and is rated positive "tip"
[center barrel], 16V, 3.36A [54W out, 120W in].
770ed, just back from easyserv
* high voltage board had gone bust after 2 years - backlight kept
730T on its way, just for fun
David Ross wrote:
> "most of the IBM adapters work on most thinkpads..
> round plug on round plug machines and 4 wire on 4 wire machines.."
> This is what I'd gathered from previous discussions on this NG, but I
> was taken aback by
> the IBM website, where they say: " Family: ThinkPad 560 Model: 264010U
> Power, AC Adapter"
> and only list the 02K6545, with the footnote: "18. Supports ThinkPad
> 560X/Z models only."
> - David R.
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