DC Power Adapter - 3.0mm Male to 2.1mm Female
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DC Power Adapter - 3.0mm Male to 2.1mm Female

Part no. 903

Male to Female | Durable | Plastic Handle | Change Connector Size

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$1.53 $1.32 $1.25 $1.19 $1.12
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Direct current (DC) power adapters are the perfect way to change from one size DC connector to another. Typically you would have to buy different power supplies with the proper power cable attached to fit your needs. These adapters make it possible to convert one size to another.

Features:

  • Connector A: 3.0mm plug (male)
  • Connector B: 2.1mm jack (female)
  • Durable construction
  • Plastic handle
Features & Specs
Connector A
The size of connector A? 3.0mm
Connector B
The size of connector B?? 2.1mm
Gender The gender of this connector? Male to female
Current The type of electrical current for this connector? DC
Form factor The form factor of this connector? Straight
Style The style of this connector? Adapter
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Q: What is a DC connector?

A: A DC (Direct Current) is an electrical connector used for DC power

Q: What are some other names for these connectors?

A: Sometimes they are referred to as coaxial power connectors, barrell connectors or tip connectors.

Q: What are DC power connectors commonly used for?

A: DC power connectors are primarily used for electronic devices such as laptop computers, radar detectors,small televisions and many other portable devices.

Q: What is the most common size of DC connector?

The most common sizes are 2.1mm and 2.5mm. You should always check with the manufacturer of the electronic device to be certain.

Q: How can I tell the difference between a male and a female DC connector?

The male protrudes outward with a pin. The female side surrounds this pin to make contact.


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