Transformer to run laptop from 12v DC in a Caravan

  valbv 15:45 05 May 2007
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Has anyone experience of running a laptop from the 12v DC available in a caravan when not on mains. My laptop is an Evesham M3000N. The input voltage from its mains tranformer is 19v 3.42A 65w. I am looking for a reliable transformer. Any recommendations please.
Regards
Bvalen.

  The Brigadier 15:59 05 May 2007

Try Maplins

  Rayle 16:05 05 May 2007

Sounds as if we have the same Laptop.

Pop along to Maplins and for £15, you can buy the adaptor that will do it for you.

Heres the spec.

Works with most notebook computers
Stabilized output, low ripple and low interference
Adjustable output voltage (15,16,18,19,20, 22 and 24Vdc)
Output 3.5A max (2.9A on 22 & 24Vdc)
High efficiency and low energy consumption
Power LED monitor

Ray
Includes 5 interchangeable power plugs
10A fuse for overload protection

This high power DC adaptor is designed to power popular brand notebook computers which require DC input from 15V to 24V while travelling in a car. The adaptor features overload and short circuit protection to protect it from damage

  pj123 16:21 05 May 2007

Or even an Inverter - 12V DC to 230V AC.

Screwfix do one for £21.99 click here;jsessionid=WK53AMY0KNVTICSTHZOSFFY?cId=A231857&ts=78244&id=43494

Could come in handy for other electricals when not using the computer as well.

  pj123 16:40 05 May 2007

Sorry, that link didn't seem to work. Try this one.

click here

  valbv 22:02 09 May 2007

Many thanks for the responses. I have now located the item at Maplins. Regards.
bvalen

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