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Parts from GBC.

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Hardware' started by Richard G, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. Richard G

    Richard G Member

    My Titan 165 just blue out a transformer and I was told that it will be end of April before they have them in stock since they have to wait for the Chinese to make them. Does anyone out there know where I might be able to scab a transformer for this machine. Part # 610011903 from GBC.
    thanks
    :banghead:
     
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  2. Techman

    Techman Major Contributor

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    what is the output?
     
  3. WB

    WB Active Member

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    I would think that if you knew the specs on it you could get 1 made locally. We've had a couple Transformers made for different pieces of equipment because our power didn't exactly match what was required.

    I have a 165. I might have a manual somehwere
     
  4. SightLine

    SightLine Very Active Member

    Worse comes to worse I'll meter ours to see what the output is tomorrow. I've seen it in there, not very big or unusual.
     
  5. Richard G

    Richard G Member

    Sorry got taken away from post. the transformer is 230 v / 240 v output is dual at 34. v 2.5 amp and 16.5 v .05 amp. the 34 volt is reading about 7 to 8 and there is no reading on the other.
    I have tried locally and have had any luck yet.
     
  6. SightLine

    SightLine Very Active Member

    That much be a different laminator model. Mine is an Arctic Titan 165 which just runs off regular 120v....

    Sounds like you have a heated model. There is probably room in the back channel for you to install 2 separate transformers/power supplies as another option as well. Find one that is 34v at least 2.5 amp (should be safe to go a little higher on the amperage if you have to), then another that is 16.5v (within a half volt would probably also work fine in a pinch). Just would need to make sure both get power in, and their outputs go to the appropriate lines and of course if its DC out make sure you get the polarity right.
     
  7. CS-SignSupply-TT

    CS-SignSupply-TT Very Active Member

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