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Power cable 8 years 5 months ago #33754

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My parts for my home lab are starting to roll in. I just got a 1900 switch (9.99 + $10.00 s/h pretty good deal) but it didn't come with a AUI transceiver or power cables. Can I get away with using a normal computer power cable?

Edit: I looked it up it works fine. Now to make sure it works.

Re: Power cable 8 years 5 months ago #33762

Is it a transciever module that fits in the switch or an external one?

Yeah u could use a ...... 8 years 5 months ago #33767

Hello Nevins u could use the normal computer power cable. I do same too. Infact i use a computer power cable for my 2600 series too.

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I just got 3 of these of ebay $10 no S/H cost. I consider it a good deal considering that most of the ones I found on ebay were asking $30-70 (s/h included).
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