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You should be fine. It's an auto-ranging brick meant to deliver up to 5A at your voltage. It's oversized about an extra 70% for the load that LCD will present at maximum brightness, too.

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post #13 of 18
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You should be fine. It's an auto-ranging brick meant to deliver up to 5A at your voltage. It's oversized about an extra 70% for the load that LCD will present at maximum brightness, too.

This is to the Welltronics power brick? I have the same on on my CrossOver LED-P - have it for about 5 weeks now and so far so good - but ppl lately have been having burnt out MOSFET..whatever that is.
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I had a Catleap that came with a Welltronics power adapter. Monitor sparked and smoked after a week of use, and I returned it for a refund.
post #15 of 18
I have a 230V only Nanjing Frontek power brick. So far at least, it's been working fine for several months, it doesn't get too hot either. Do you have any reports of this power brick actually taking out the monitor?
post #16 of 18
I have a Crossover 27Q that had its MOSFET blow up on the LED controller PCB. I had since replaced the board and have started to experience flickering, which was the first sign the last PCB was about to go.

I purchased the 200W voltage converter you recommended and will be testing it to see if it resolves the problem. One tip for people in the US using this voltage converter, make sure you adjust the jumper on the back of the converter, because by default it is set to 240V input. I think based on that setting it will not attempt to step-up the voltage and will just pass through the American voltage, meaning your new converter is doing nothing.
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Sorry to drop in on a tangent but my other post did not bring any resaults.

Does anyone know if the HDMI inputs offered by some models (QH270-IPS-TDP / MDP / MHL / MS / TDP & MDP) are capable of full 2560 or just 1080 like unfortunately most monitors do without spelling it out?wink.gif
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