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Power2Go 120W Laptop or Aug Comm Charger for Wheelchair

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High Capacity 12-24 Volt, 5A-7A, 120 W Output will handle large 17" laptops. No installation, simply plug into power wheelchair 3-prong charging socket (20-28 Volt Input).

No special installation required! Simply plug it in.

Works with 95% of the most popular laptops and augmentative communications devices.  Simply select the plug that fits your device, set charger to voltage matching devices original power adapter (see details tab), then plug into your wheelchair 3 prong charging socket. 

  • Compact 120 Watt universal laptop power adapter for use with any with power wheelchair or scooter. 
    • Can also be used with truck, camper, RV, bus or boat that has a 24 V CLA socket (not standard 12 volt automobile CLA socket's)
  • Equipped with 8 different plug tips
  • 7 selectable output voltages to assure compatibility with almost all major laptop brands
  • 120 Watt high capacity to accommodate even the largest 17 inch laptops
  • Protected against overload, short circuit and overheating
  • Includes carry bag to store plug tips

Funding: Medicare/Medicaid CPT Code E2599 - Accessory MISC for Speech Generated Device

Power requirements

Always make sure to use a power adapter that can supply the amount of power necessary for your notebook/Netbook. (Click Details Tab >>)

  • Input: 20 Volt to 28 Volt DC from Wheelchair 3-Prong Charging Socket
  • Selectable Output: 12, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 22, & 24 Volt DC 
  • High Capacity: 120 Watts (or ~7 Amps at 12-18 V, 6 Amps at 19 & 20 V, 5 Amps at 22 & 24 V)

Compatible Laptop Brands

Acer Fujitsu PackardBell
Asus HP Samsung
Compaq IBM Sony
Dell Lenovo Toshiba
 
Almost all other laptops and augmentative communications devices are also supported.  If one of the plug tips does not match your device, check with your local RadioShack or contact us for assistance.  For augmentative communications devices, it is very helpful before you contact us to contact your device manufacturer and obtain plug size specification (i.e. 2.1 x 5.5 mm)

Q: My HP or Compaq notebook shows this message: "This adapter doesn't provide enough power" Is this a problem?

A: This message is no reason to worry. HP or Compaq notebooks give this standard warning when any 3rd party adapter is used. The Trust power adapter will work just fine in this case. Only in some rare cases the notebook really does not charge. In this case, please contact Trust customer care for a solution.



How much power does your notebook need?

The notebook power adapter must be able to supply sufficient power to the notebook. Power is specified in number of Watts (W), e.g. 65Wcall 90W, or 120W.

Important: always use a notebook power adapter that has equal or higher power output than the notebook requires. E.g., on a 90W notebook you can use a 90W or 120W adapter but not a 70W adapter.

Follow these steps:

  • The power requirements are usually specified in Watts (W) on the original power adapter that was included with your notebook. See figure 1 (P). Common power outputs are 65W and 90W.

  • When the output power is only specified in Volts (V) and Amperes (A), multiply those numbers to get the power output in Watts (W). In figure 1, the output power is: 18.5V x 3.5A = 64.75W (rounded off to 65W).

  • If the original adapter is missing then check for a label on the notebook, check the user manual or contact the manufacturer of the notebook.

Figure 1: example of power adapter label

Label of power adapter 

 

Solving problems

The power adapter gets a bit warm or makes low volume noise.
This is normal for a power adapter. 
Put the adapter on the ground under your desk/table with sufficient ventilation.
My laptop is not being charged or powered by the adapter.
  • Make sure you have set the correct voltage as described in the manual.  (disconnect laptop first!)
  • Make sure you are using the correct connector with our tip selector.
  • Press the tip connector firmly into the notebook. 
  • With the C-tip (for HP and Asus), a clear click sound should be heard when connecting to notebook!

Note: If still not working after this: request the latest updated connector for your notebook on our spare parts request page.

The connector that plugs into my notebook gets warm.
It is normal that the connector gets a bit warm. If the connector gets very hot, follow these steps:
  • Make sure you have set the correct voltage as described in the manual.  (disconnect laptop first!)
  • Make sure you are using the correct connector with our tip selector.
  • Press the connector firmly into the notebook. 
  • With the C-tip (for HP and Asus), a clear click sound should be heard when connecting to notebook!

Note: If still not solved after this: request the latest updated connector for your notebook on our spare parts request page.

 

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Specifications

SKU WcP0322.a
Weight 2.2
Free Ground Shipping No
Flat Shipping Rate No
Includes
  • Power2Go 3-Prong Wheelchair Charging Socket to 24 VDC CLA Socket Adapter Cable 
  • 12 to 24 VDC 120 W High-Capacity Laptop Charger with male CLA plug inserted into Power2Go cable 
  • 8 Swappable Tips for 95% of most popular laptop brands 
  • Carry Bag for Laptop Tips 
  • Broadened Horizons's User's Guide
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Warranty 1 Year
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Shipped from Partner Warehouse No
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By Disability or Limitation No
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