Can I use a 1.5 amp charger for a 1 amp device?
Yes, it is absolutely safe to charge a device with a charger that has more current capacity than needed.
Can I use 1.5 A for 1A?
No, a 1A power supply isn’t a replacement for a 1.5A power supply.Jan 27, 2012
Can I use 2 amp charger instead of 1 amp?
Don’t worry about any problems using a 2-amp charger with a device designed to be used with a 1-amp charger. In some cases, it may speed up charging of the smaller device. In other cases, the smaller device will limit its power-sipping to 1 amp.Jul 17, 2014
Is it OK to use higher amp adapter?
Can I use an AC adapter with higher amps? As long as the voltage matches that expected by the connected device, then yes, you can use an AC adapter capable of providing higher amps.
Can you charge a 15V battery with a 12V charger?
If you use a 15 volt charger on a 12 volt battery it will work no matter what type of battery it is. But charging will be very fast, the battery will get hot, depending on the type it could get very hot or even explode! So if you do this, that is, use the 15 volt charger on the 12 volt battery.
Can I use a 9V power supply on a 15V?
Solutions for 15V Radial Pedals For this reason, we found that 15V power supplies were needed as 9V did not provide sufficient power to drive the tube. While the new line of distortion pedals from Radial all operate off of standard 9V, some still require 15V for powering—after all, they are powertools!Jan 15, 2018
Can I use a power supply with higher voltage?
Higher current (A) is okay because the device won’t use as much, but higher voltage (V) is going to “fry” it. Conversely, lower voltage is unlikely to cause damage since the device simply won’t have enough power, but lower current can cause trouble because the power supply cannot provide enough.
How do you make a 15V DC power supply?
Can I use 19V for 12V?
19V in general is too high for a 12V device. I wouldn’t recommend going any higher than 14–15V. Even if your device works for some time, it will likely get damaged after some time (it could be seconds, minutes, hours, days…).
How do you convert 19V to 12V?
The simplest way is a 12 v battery and a resistor from its positive terminal to the 19 v positive supply. Connect the load accross the battery. And the other terminal of the 19 v to the other terminal of the battery… .
Can I use a 15V power supply on a 12V?
the 15v (i guess its dc) will power a 12v ozone device. I read that things need to have the same polarity, same v, but varies MA is fine. The voltage should match and as long as the power supply has at least the amperage required by the device you should be fine.May 22, 2010
Can I use a 19V power supply on a 14v?
No you should not be stressing the 14 volt devices with 19 volts. It will cause the 14 volt power converter to overheat. It is way beyond +/- 10% or 1.4 volts.
Can I power a 12V device with 5V?
A 5V adaptor cannot drive a 12V device. Also, an adaptor of voltage higher than the device needed would damage your device.
Can you run a 12V motor on 5V?
Probably not. The motor will not have much torque, if any. Depending on the motor size the current draw will go up and is likely to be more than the charger can supply. 5Vdc is less than 1/2 the expected drive voltage of 12Vdc.
Can you charge a 12 volt battery with 5 volts?
No, to charge a battery, charging voltage should be 2 to 3 volt higher than the battery voltage. Charging current should be 30% of battery capacity.