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Power Adaptor for DayClox Digital Clocks.

AC/DC Adaptor 100-250v ~ 50/60Hz 0.2A
Output 5v DC - 1.5mA DC / 2 to 7 Watt Consumption
Cable approx. 1.80m long:

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The DayClox Digital Calendar Clocks are designed to be connected to the power supply at all times.

The Adaptor comes with a 6 foot (1.8m) cable.

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