High quality laptop power adapter replacement manufacturer today? Find your laptops wattage: When using our site, this isn’t essential as we list replacement power supplies based on their precise model number, and they’re guaranteed to work for your device. However, it’s always good practice to understand the power requirements for your laptop. The main element you’ll want to look for is the output voltage for the charger (sometimes referred to as DC voltage). Check in your laptop manual for the voltage requirements or look at the original power supply if you still have it. It will often be something like this: OUTPUT: 19VDC 3.42A By multiplying the output voltage and amps you can calculate the total wattage of your machine, in this case 65W after rounding up. Find even more info at laptop adapter replacement.
I’m still confused. Can I use a laptop charger with a higher wattage? Yes, Your laptop has been designed to draw up to a certain amount of power when running at full power. When the laptop is idle it may only draw a small amount of power from the charger but when you are rendering a 4K video for your youtube channel and charging the battery at the same time, the laptop is going to be drawing a lot more power. The manufacturer would have calculated the maximum power draw of the laptop and will have supplied a charger with a sufficient maximum rating to be able to provide this power. This means that you can quite safely use a charger with a higher wattage (or amps) rating as the laptop will only ever draw the amount of power required at the time. If your laptop was supplied with a 65W charger we know that the laptop will never draw more than 65W, so you can use a 65W, 90W,120W, 150W, 180W, 240W or higher charger. You can not use a charger with a lower wattage rating. A 30W or a 45W charger can not supply sufficient power for your laptops needs which means you could damage the laptop and/or the charger.
Unlike voltage, amperage does not be exactly matched to your device. You can use a higher amperage charger with a lower-amperage laptop, but not vice-versa. So a 4.5-amp charger will work with a 3.25-amp device, but a 3.25-amp charger won’t power a 4.5-amp device. Keep in mind that it’s sometimes possible to use a lower-amperage charger if the numbers are close enough. However, this is a Very Bad Idea. In the best case scenario, over-power circuitry in the charger will deactivate it. In the worst case, the charger can overheat, permanently burning out the circuitry or even starting a fire.
Compatible laptop chargers are produced by non-OEM manufacturers and designed to be an exact replacement for specific laptops. All of the laptop chargers sold on CrowBerry Supply Shop are within this category and are produced by CrowBerry, a Chinese manufacturer that has developed parts and accessories for consumer electronics since 2000. Based on this, you might think we’re somewhat biased in this area, but we have several good reasons why a compatible laptop power supply presents a great choice as a replacement: Quality – Our laptop chargers are produced to be of equivalent or greater quality than the original OEM charger and take great strides to ensure this throughout the manufacturing process. All of our laptop chargers are equipped with built in protections and safety features, alongside a 12 month warranty and on-going support.
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