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 +===== PC Engine Power Supply List =====
 +The PC Engine family went through a lot of power supply revisions. ​ Different internal and external tip sizes, voltages and polarity. ​ Here's a list of the different models and settings.
  
 +^ PC Engine Model ^ Voltage ^ Amps ^ Polarity ^ Part No. ^
 +|  PC Engine |  9V  |  650mA  |  -  | PAD-105 + PAD-106 ​ |
 +|  CoreGrafx I+II |  9V  |  800mA  |  -  | PAD-105 + PAD-106 ​ |
 +|  PC Engine Shuttle |  9V  |  800mA  |  -  | PAD-105 + PAD-106 ​ |
 +|  SuperGrafx |  9V  |  800mA  |  -  | PAD-113 ​ |
 +|  PC Engine GT |  7V  |  700mA  |    | PAD-121 ​ |
 +|  CD-ROM2 |  9V  |  1450mA ​ |    | PAD-123 ​ |
 +|  PC Engine Duo |  10V  |  1A  |  +  | PAD-124 ​ |
 +|  Super CD-ROM2 |  12V  |  1A  |  +  | PAD-125 ​ |
 +|  Duo Monitor |  10.5V  |  750mA  |    | PAD-126 ​ |
 +|  PC Engine LT |  9V  |  700mA  |  +  | PAD-127 ​ |
 +|  DUO-R + RX |  9V  |  1A  |  +  | PAD-129 + PAD 130  |
 +|  Print Booster |  12V  |  1A  |    | PAD-111 ​ |
 +  * Polarity refers to the center tip
 
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