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Power Supply for MP36/35/30

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Power Supply for MP36/35 or MP100
Part #: AC300A

+12 V, 1.25 amp

Use from MP to mains wall outlet.

One power supply is included with each MP36/35/30 System or MP100 System.

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* ACCORD-HUS (Hospital Grade, US)
* ACCORD-EURO(Europe)
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MP36/35 Power Supply
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Subcategories: Power - Education, Power - Research

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Note: This power supply is equivalent to the AC100A, which was discontinued January 2010.

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