|Re: HP-19C charger...|
Message #3 Posted by Eric Smith on 7 Mar 2007, 6:37 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Geir Isene
For standard US power receptacles (90-120V, NEMA 5-15R), you would want an 82059 (any suffix A through D). These are very common, as the B suffix and later used with the HP-91/92/97/97S, 41C with 82120A rechargeable pack, 82143A and 82162A printers, 82161A tape drive, HP-71B, HP-75C/D, etc.
Note that the 82059A is not suitable for some of the newer devices; I think that is due to a change to the shape of the plug; the newer devices require a full slot in the plug.
For 90-120V Europe (where?) the charger is the 82069B.
For 210-250V, the choices are 82066A/B/D (Europe), 82067B (United Kingdon), 82067B Option 001 (South Africa), and 82068B (Australia).
Although none of these charagers are universal voltage, you should be able to use any charger that is suitable for your local voltage with a plug adapter. If you need to use a 90-120V adapter on 210-250V power, or vice versa, you can do that with a voltage converter.