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    Post AES owners please post your serial # and power supply info.

    AES owners please post your serial # and power supply info.

    I'm trying to get info on what AES power supply's are for which AES systems.

    If I could get enough replies then I could keep the info for future reference for others.
    maybe make a Faq's..

    I started a thread in tech..
    <a href="http://www.neo-geo.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=5;t=004901" target="_blank">http://www.neo-geo.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=5;t=004901</a>

    Topic: What are the specs for the US/Jap NEO-GEO power supply ?

    (US AES Serial #013323)
    My US NEO-GEO power supply says

    PRO-POW-UL
    Model no. NEO-O
    Input:
    120V~60Hz 22W
    Output:
    DC5V 3A
    (+)---( 0-----(-)

    Maybe I could get more info with this topic..
    I believe many members here do own AES systems YES?
    Please help on this.. help

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    I want thank everyone who contributes to this..
    As I was thanking each person through PMs..but I lost track on who I thanked..
    So Thank You ......for your help.

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    jap home system

    seriel number 093904

    power supply
    here's exactly what it says

    MODEL NEO-POW3
    91-45083 T-TAMURA-S
    INPUT: AC100V 50-60Hz 19VA
    OUTPUT: DC 10V 100mA

    and then a line of japanese characters
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    (US AES Serial #019652)

    My US NEO-GEO power supply says

    PRO-POW-UL
    Model no. NEO-O
    Input:
    120V~60Hz 22W
    Output:
    DC5V 3A
    (+)---( 0-----(-)

    You made that so easy to copy!!

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    JPN Serial # 001131

    Power Supply:

    SNK NEO-GEO
    PRO-POW-UL
    MODEL NO. NEO-O

    INPUT: 120V~60Hz 22W
    OUTPUT: DC5V 3A

    (+)----&lt;-----(-)

    <small>[ June 09, 2003, 07:31 PM: Message edited by: NeoGML ]</small>

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    Japanese Home System

    Serial # 148034

    Power Supply:
    Model Neo-POW3
    91-45083 T-Tamura-S
    Input: AC 100V 50-60 HZ 19VA
    Output: DC 10V 1000mA

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    Well here is the breakdown of what I have. The two PS models I have seen are the PRO-POW (5v) (UL) and the NEO-POW3 (10v). Stats are the same as showned above.

    S/N 334014
    P/S NEO-POW3

    S/N 016669
    P/S PRO-POW

    S/N 016243
    P/S PRO-POW

    S/N 070895
    P/S PRO-POW UL

    Note: I use the PRO-POW UL on all 3 NGH systems that takes the PRO-POW (UL) adapter. There are also NGH systems that can use both P/S although I do not have one that does anymore. I believe it was a S/N 120,000 but can no longer confirm since I no longer own the system.

    As a replacement P/S for the PRO-POW (5v) I use the following

    PART NO:SW-52W
    Model:AD1805C
    Switching adapter
    Input:100-240v~1.0A 47~63Hz
    Output: 5v-3.8A max 18Wmax:Regulated
    Plug 02.1x5.5mm

    The plug on the above P/S is a exact fit for the NGH system. I had to resolder the wires on the inside to switch the Polarity but the case is screwed on so it was easy to open up and swap the wires. The P/S was $16 at a local electronics store.

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    jap home system

    Neo Geo AES Serial Number: J. 140060


    power supply

    91-22102
    in ac 100v 50/60 hz 19va
    out dc 11v 700 ma

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    neo pow 3
    in 100v 50/60hz
    out dc 11v 700m a

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    Jap aes: 100,908
    AC adaptor: Pro-Pow3

    <small>[ August 08, 2003, 02:30 AM: Message edited by: ResOGlas ]</small>

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    Home System-

    ENG 026635

    Power Supply-

    PRO-POW-UL
    Model no. NEO-O
    Input:
    120V~60Hz 22W
    Output:
    DC5V 3A
    +&lt;-

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    Japanese machine
    serial: 131212
    PSU:

    Neo-pow3
    etc...

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    Jap aes: 131725
    Model Neo-POW3
    91-45083 T-Tamura-s
    Input: AC 100V 50-60hz 19VA
    Output: DC 10V 1000mA

    <small>[ June 27, 2003, 09:05 AM: Message edited by: voodoodoctorx ]</small>

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    I have 2 homecart system for some odd reason one of them has the serial sticker removed so I will never know.

    The other is as follows

    Neo-Geo
    Model No. NEO-AEC
    Rating 8W
    Use Pro-Pow-E AC Adaptor Only
    Serial No. 067162

    I bought this systtm bare. Meaning no controls or cables. I have yet to turn it on since I have my other system. Besides I have yet to buy a power supply for it, and I am afraid to use the PSU from the other syetm because its a Sega Genesis PSU. Does anyone knwo if I can use my Genesis PSU on this one also?

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    Japanese System

    Model Number: NEO-O

    Serial Number: (90A) 139734

    Power Supply: NEO-POW3
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    US AES system

    S/N : 002853

    RATING 8W
    USE PRO POW AD ADAPTOR ONLY

    I have a power supply where it is written :
    230 V ~ 50 Hz
    5V ----- 2,5A

    and I have great problem with it because it causes my system reboot all the time when I am playing !! Can someone help me? Do you think it should come from the amperage of this power supply ( 2,5A !! ) ?? I saw that most of you who have a US system use a power supply of 5V with 3A when mine is only 2,5A !!

    Thank

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    US NEO GEO AES Serial#: 019203

    My US NEO GEO power supply has written:

    PRO-POW-UL
    Model no. NEO-O
    Input:
    120V~60Hz 22W
    Output:
    DC5V 3A
    (+)---( 0-----(-)

    <small>[ August 07, 2003, 10:23 PM: Message edited by: Charles Franklin Fernandez ]</small>
    Proud owner of an unmodified US Neo-Geo AES, NGH, or whatever you may want to call it, serial# 019203.
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    Unmodified US 4-slot Neo-Geo MVS board serial # 267075.

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    Not to be a downer, but this thread is over a month old. I'm sure Chris1 has collected the data he needs by now.

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    ResOGlas:
    Not to be a downer, but this thread is over a month old. I'm sure Chris1 has collected the data he needs by now.
    No not at all...I need as many as I can get..
    There seems to be no way for people to match up Power supplies..to AES systems..
    So..
    I'm hoping that the more people post their AES information the more people it will help..by matching model numbers,similar in range serial numbers etc...

    If this thread even helps just one person I'll be happy..
    I really don't have enough info to make a FAG yet..I started this thread with a thought that I would get a ton of replies..I figured hey it's a neo geo site..

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    <small>[ August 08, 2003, 02:40 AM: Message edited by: chris1 ]</small>

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    Ok, let's get this straight people. We DO NOT need to know what power supply you have with your console. We DO need to know what power supply is designated for your console (Written on the sticker located at the bottom of your console).


    The reason for this is because too many power supplies have been swapped over the years. (Hopefully your power supply matches the sticker on the bottom of your console)

    If your power supply does in fact match the power supply listed on the sticker, then please list all the sticker info and the power supplies input and output info. Thanks

    <small>[ August 08, 2003, 03:12 AM: Message edited by: ResOGlas ]</small>

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    ResOGlas:
    Ok, let's get this straight people. We DO NOT need to know what power supply you have with your console. We DO need to know what power supply is designated for your console (Written on the sticker located at the bottom of your console).


    The reason for this is because too many power supplies have been swapped over the years. (Hopefully your power supply matches the sticker on the bottom of your console)

    If your power supply does in fact match the power supply listed on the sticker, then please list all the sticker info and the power supplies input and output info. Thanks
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    chris1:
    ResOGlas:
    Ok, let's get this straight people. We DO NOT need to know what power supply you have with your console. We DO need to know what power supply is designated for your console (Written on the sticker located at the bottom of your console).


    The reason for this is because too many power supplies have been swapped over the years. (Hopefully your power supply matches the sticker on the bottom of your console)

    If your power supply does in fact match the power supply listed on the sticker, then please list all the sticker info and the power supplies input and output info. Thanks
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    No prob Chris wink
    I pretty much owed it to your for accidently almost shutting down your thread assuming it was inactive.

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    mine says to use pro pow-3 only
    if that helps

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    This is all the info we have so far.

    We only have the specs of these 2 power supplies:

    PRO-POW-UL
    Model no. NEO-O
    Input:
    120V~60Hz 22W
    Output:
    DC5V 3A
    (+)---( 0-----(-)


    MODEL NEO-POW3
    91-45083 T-TAMURA-S
    INPUT: AC100V 50-60Hz 19VA
    OUTPUT: DC 10V 100mA

    Here is the list of the serial number-power supply info we have gathered at this point:

    S/N P/S
    001131 PRO-POW UL
    002853 PRO-POW AD
    013323 PRO-POW UL
    016243 PRO-POW
    016669 PRO-POW
    019203 PRO-POW UL
    019652 PRO-POW UL
    026635 PRO-POW UL
    067162 PRO-POW E
    070895 PRO-POW UL
    093904 NEO-POW3
    100908 PRO-POW3
    113037 PRO-POW3
    115549 PRO-POW3
    131212 NEO-POW3
    131725 NEO-POW3
    139734 NEO-POW3
    148034 NEO-POW3
    239023 NEO-POW3
    334014 NEO-POW3

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    ResOGlas:
    This is all the info we have so far.

    We only have the specs of these 2 power supplies:

    PRO-POW-UL
    Model no. NEO-O
    Input:
    120V~60Hz 22W
    Output:
    DC5V 3A
    (+)---( 0-----(-)


    MODEL NEO-POW3
    91-45083 T-TAMURA-S
    INPUT: AC100V 50-60Hz 19VA
    OUTPUT: DC 10V 100mA

    Here is the list of the serial number-power supply info we have gathered at this point:

    S/N P/S
    001131 PRO-POW UL
    002853 PRO-POW AD
    013323 PRO-POW UL
    016243 PRO-POW
    016669 PRO-POW
    019203 PRO-POW UL
    019652 PRO-POW UL
    026635 PRO-POW UL
    067162 PRO-POW E
    070895 PRO-POW UL
    093904 NEO-POW3
    100908 PRO-POW3
    113037 PRO-POW3
    115549 PRO-POW3
    131212 NEO-POW3
    131725 NEO-POW3
    139734 NEO-POW3
    148034 NEO-POW3
    239023 NEO-POW3
    334014 NEO-POW3
    Awesome ResOGlas you rule..
    To be honest I don't know much about the AES...and I can use all the help I can get..
    Maybe you can get this going right...I really appreciate it..
    We can make the FAQ's together..

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