Spartacus wrote:I'm traveling to Europe for a week with my ooma and wanted to know if it would be okay to use the supplied AC adapter with a common voltage converter ...
Spartacus wrote:Secondly, why does ooma supply a 12 VOLT - 1 AMP adapter , when the the AMP requirement is only 200mA ?
Spartacus wrote:I tested the supplied AC adapter and it actually puts out 14 VOLTS..........not 12V .
leejosepho wrote:Sure, and it would likely still work all the way down to 10 or even less. The last I knew, an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) only actually sends out around 90 volts when running on its battery even though a computer "requires" 120. Think of water pressure in the shower: A typical municipal water system might normally run at 60 psi, but you can still get a nice shower when that pressure occasionally or situationally drops to 40.
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