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Bookman
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎06-07-2011

Linksys E2500 - Is the AC Adaptor multi voltage meaning Input 110V-240V and 50/60Hz

I'm considering buying the Linksys E2500 and intend to use it later also outside of the USA so could someone be kind enough to tell me whether the AC Adaptor that comes with the Linksys E2500 accepts multi voltages, ie Input 110V-240V and 50/60Hz.

 

 Could a kind soul please look at your AC Adaptor for the E2500 and see if it says that it accepts 110V-240V ?

Also, could you please also indicate the Output :

 

A picture of the label of the AC adaptor would be very helpful if possible.

 

If the E2500 Ac Adaptor : Output is 12V 1.0A Max,

Then I could at least use the AC Adaptor for my old existing WRT160N. It's AC adaptor label says:ACAdaptorWRT160N.jpg

Input 110V-240V, 0.5A,  50-60Hz

Output : 12V 1.0A Max

 

 

There appears to be no such information on the Linksys website or at least I could not find it.

 

Thank you.



 

greencross
Posts: 490
Registered: ‎05-09-2011

Re: Linksys E2500 - Is the AC Adaptor multi voltage meaning Input 110V-240V and 50/60Hz

Here's what we got:

 

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sabretooth
Posts: 5,331
Registered: ‎11-11-2008

Re: Linksys E2500 - Is the AC Adaptor multi voltage meaning Input 110V-240V and 50/60Hz

^^^  What Cisco router model number is that???

Bookman
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎06-07-2011

Re: Linksys E2500 - Is the AC Adaptor multi voltage meaning Input 110V-240V and 50/60Hz

Whatever that Router model that is, perhaps I can assume that it is kind of standard to have the Input Voltage as 110V-240V and 50-60Hz at least for the E2500 series of Wireless Router or for that matter most of the Linksys Router.

 

Am I correct ?

 

 

saber_tooth
Posts: 2,653
Registered: ‎09-07-2006

Re: Linksys E2500 - Is the AC Adaptor multi voltage meaning Input 110V-240V and 50/60Hz

No it only works on 110v & 60 Hz

if you try to use the same adapter n some other countries

(like Europe and Asian countries)you got buy different  adapter .

 

Bookman
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎06-07-2011

Re: Linksys E2500 - Is the AC Adaptor multi voltage meaning Input 110V-240V and 50/60Hz

Oops, that's not very good news.

 

Any idea what the AC Adaptor's Output is ?

 

If it is Output : 12V 1.0A Max, then at least I can still use the AC Adaptor from my WRT160N which is

 

Input 110V-240V and 50/60Hz

Output : 12V 1.0A Max

 

Thanks

greencross
Posts: 490
Registered: ‎05-09-2011

Re: Linksys E2500 - Is the AC Adaptor multi voltage meaning Input 110V-240V and 50/60Hz

[ Edited ]

Well that's weird. Based on what I have: my WRT54G has a 110V input that came with the box, my E1000 had 110-240V and 50/60Hz, E4200 had the same specs (different model but same specs, see picture on my previous post). My friend's E1200 had the exact same model so I'm assuming the E2500 will have the same power adapter. If you give me a couple more days, I'll test it myself with the E2500 :smileyhappy: