Need PSU Specs for a Casio PV-7

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Van sdsnatcher73

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20-07-2022, 12:20

Super Famicom uses the same adapter as Famicom so it is usable. USA SNES has a bigger plug and won’t work, European SNES possibly but I cannot confirm it.

Van Pentarou

Champion (472)

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20-07-2022, 12:42

European SNES is AC voltage, so both kind of SNESes (EU & US) are incompatible.
PCEngine PSU is also compatible.

Van sdsnatcher73

Prophet (3664)

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20-07-2022, 21:56

Pentarou wrote:

European SNES is AC voltage, so both kind of SNESes (EU & US) are incompatible.
PCEngine PSU is also compatible.

I think only the Euro NES has AC voltage.. here is an aftermarket adapter for sale for European SNES that specifies 9V DC output but no word on polarity.

Van Pentarou

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20-07-2022, 22:46

Nope, original is AC. Check this photo (sorry for the size):


In case it doesn't show it's stolen from this ebay auction: https://www.ebay.nl/itm/234487611926?hash=item36988d0216

And while it's possible that the PAL SNES (sorta) works with a DC PSU, the yellow plug on that photo looks like an MD2 PSU.

Van jdgabbard

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22-07-2022, 05:49

I'm not sure if the pinout of the expansion slot is the same as the MX-10. But if it is, you should be able to adapt my RD-10 to power the PV-7 as well. It all comes down to whether the pinout is the same. Link is here: https://github.com/jdgabbard/RD-10-Docking-Station

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