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Versione corrente di: Phillip Takahashi ,

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GENERAL. WARNING I MEAN GENERAL. by GENERAL I MEAN GENERAL, limitations for power supply inputs is +/- 1V to +/-.5V. HOWEVER, different electronics have different limitations. Some are super sensitive and others aren't. Running electronics at voltages other than specified WILL cause premature failure.
 
Are you using a battery because your power supply is shot?
 
If you were handy enough to wire up a 12V battery for use, I would recommend that you look into either a 12V computer power supply (that can supply the necessary wattage, check that) or look for a 12V voltage regulator. Either of these will be a step up from using just a battery as they will supply a continuous voltage that should help reduce the potential of damage caused by fluctuating voltage.
 
Also, Your device says "new"...is/was your equipment not still under warranty?

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Post originale di: Phillip Takahashi ,

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GENERAL. WARNING I MEAN GENERAL. by GENERAL I MEAN GENERAL, limitations for power supply inputs is +/- 1V to +/-.5V. HOWEVER, different electronics have different limitations. Some are super sensitive and others aren't. Running electronics at voltages other than specified WILL cause premature failure.

Are you using a battery because your power supply is shot?

If you were handy enough to wire up a 12V battery for use, I would recommend that you look into either a 12V computer power supply (that can supply the necessary wattage, check that) or look for a 12V voltage regulator. Either of these will be a step up from using just a battery as they will supply a continuous voltage that should help reduce the potential of damage caused by fluctuating voltage.

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