D-Link Router Power Supply

  W C Boggs 20:22 03 Aug 2008

The power supply on my D-Link Airplus G+ wireless router (model DI-624+) has packed up. I'm currently running it on another power adapter, but it's not ideal as the nearest voltage options are 4.5 or 6 (the router requires 5V).

The D-Link adapter model number is JTA0302E-C and has an ouput of 5V / 2.5A. I haven't been able to find an exact match on the internet.

Can anyone recommend a site I can try for a replacement (without paying the almost as much as a new router!)?


  LastChip 20:47 03 Aug 2008
  phoenix42 20:54 03 Aug 2008

Hi, just come across your query.. If you have access to a power supply of 4.5 volts at 2.5 amps then I do not see that you have any concerns,,Better you use the lower (4.5 volts) rather than the 6 volts..You appreciate I,m sure that the standard mains input ( 230-240 volts) fluctuates quite a bit during ,troughs and peaks of usage, so half a volt is certainly not critical. As long as the total current is O.K to suit ..cheers Vin Roberts

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