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aligh

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I want to buy a mini ups which is special ups like power bank from amazon but I can't find one that has a 19 volt output for asus router in amazon . They all have 12V .please give me links for the mini ups if you have one.

I don't know why most asus routers run on 19 volt ,not like the other routers companies that used 12 volt in their routers.

These ups are small, affordable and power efficient. They keep the network up and running for as long as 4-5 hours when the electricity runs out . here one but I doesn't have 19 volt output :-


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PHQNLFY/?tag=snbforums-20

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aligh

Occasional Visitor
Why not just use a regular UPS? They don't cost much more and will run your router for almost two hours.
because the regular ups doesn't last for a long time and it is much expensive . especially here in my country , the ups is from very bad type, it is dead after a short time
 

OzarkEdge

Part of the Furniture
I want to buy a mini ups which is special ups like power bank from amazon but I can't find one that has a 19 volt output for asus router in amazon . They all have 12V .please give me links for the mini ups if you have one.

I don't know why most asus routers run on 19 volt ,not like the other routers companies that used 12 volt in their routers.

These ups are small, affordable and power efficient. They keep the network up and running for as long as 4-5 hours when the electricity runs out . here one but I doesn't have 19 volt output :-


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PHQNLFY/?tag=snbforums-20

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Maybe:

http://alsterplus.de/dc-output-19v-...player-charger-battery-ups-power-adapter.html

This guy says to try using 5 VDC: :)

OE
 
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sbsnb

Senior Member
because the regular ups doesn't last for a long time and it is much expensive . especially here in my country , the ups is from very bad type, it is dead after a short time
That UPS you linked to only has 4 2200 mah 18650 batteries inside. That puts you at about 32 Wh of power in that UPS. That will last about an hour with an Asus like the RT-AC88U.
 
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Grisu

Part of the Furniture
Try your 12V instead of 19, it wont hurt your router, if you got bad luck it wont work reliable with 12V.
 

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