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Old 15th Jul 2020, 7:13 pm   #5
stevehertz
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Default Re: Polarity swapping wall wart connector leads

Here's the seller's photos of the unit. There's nothing to see really, as the photo doesn't appear to show the second lead that does the polarity swapping. In the flesh it just looks like a male and a female concentric connector joined together about 30cm from the end male one. It's more versatile to me in the long run, I have a 6V/1A DC supply that can be a +ve or -ve centre pin unit. The label shows that the basic unit is +ve centre pin.
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