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I need a replacement power supply for my Intel NUC

PBair
Beginner
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I have an Intel NUC, s/n: G6BN748008CP

It's missing it's power supply.

Can you supply? Or can you advise where I can source a replacement power supply?

Thank you.

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AlHill
Super User
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What is the model number of your NUC?

 

Doc

 

PBair
Beginner
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Thanks Doc. I can't check the model number of the NUC just now. Can you chac kit using the serial number: G6BN748008CP?

AlHill
Super User
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Just look on the bottom of your NUC, or you look up the model number.

 

Doc

 

PBair
Beginner
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I'm working from home, and the device is in the office, but I'll be in the office tomorrow and will check that. Cheers.

PBair
Beginner
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I think it's an 8NH, based o a record I have that says "NUC 7i78nh i7" Does that make sense?

 

LeonWaksman
Super User
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  1. You have probably NUC7i7BNH
  2. This is an example where you can buy replacement Power Supply : from Simply NUC, however, you may find compatible Power Supply on Amazon.

 

Leon

 

n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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You can determine your NUC;'s family from your Serial Number. The third and fourth characters in the Serial Number indicate the family of the NUC. This, it identifies that you have a BN NUC.

 

The BN NUCs ship with a 65W power supply. There are *many* compatible power supplies available through Amazon and most are in the US$12 - US$20 price range..

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PBair
Beginner
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Thanks for the advice folks, much appreciated.

 

JessicaJ
Beginner
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The 7th gen series use a standard 19V 65W power supply with a 5.5mm x 2.5mm barrel connector.

 

While there are plenty of compatible power supplies available on Amazon or eBay cheaply, the important things to watch for are:

  • Voltage: must be 19V
  • Wattage: must be equal or greater than 65W (or amperage equal or greater than 3.42A, because volts * amps = watts)
  • Connector must be 5.5mm x 2.5mm -- this is important, as there are a fair number of supplies with 5.5x2.1 connectors but those won't fit

 

Honestly you can just omit the wattage or amperage in the search, and try just "19V 5.5 2.5", the relevance of those results is pretty spot on -- just double check the wattage/amperage in the description (there are lots of 90W supplies, those will work perfectly fine too) and make sure the description also mentions something like "Connector tip: 5.5/2.5mm" (might also be listed like "5.5x2.5" which is why I just suggest searching the raw numbers).

PBair
Beginner
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Thank's for all your answers Leon, Scott & Jessica. I'm now happily sorted.

 

Regards. Paul.

 

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