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for offer is a Nighthawk AC/AC adapter, model # AD35-09-250 in clean, functional condition. This item was checked with a multi-meter for the specified output of 9VAC.
Input rating is 120V-60Hz-3.8W, output rating is 9VAC-250mA. There is no output connector as seen in the picture, however you could add your own in the size needed for your application.
Repeat, this is an AC/AC adapter, NOT an AC/DC adapter. You
are ultimately responsible for compatibility with your device; please
check the power supply you need carefully before offerding. What you see
is what you get. Please ask questions before offerding. Thanks for looking and happy offerding!Payment policy:
I appreciate all the excellent buyers that have come my way over the
years. However, lately it seems like there are an abundance of people
that believe that are entitled to pay if and when they get around to
it. Due to too many buyers expecting "layaway terms", payment when they
acquire the funds or payment after they sell their item(s) or get their paycheck next Friday, I've had to publish payment expectations. Therefore, "I expect payment within 48 hours. If no payment has been received within 2 days, an unpaid item case will be opened automatically."Shipping:
I work hard to get all my items out within 24 hours of payment. Depending on when an item is purchased and it's size, it may go out the same day if it fits in the mail box. Shipping costs:
I've noticed that in my detailed seller ratings, buyers are down-rating
me on shipping costs. Shipping costs continue to go up and 2019 is no
different; for most services it was another 8-12% increase this year.
Certain weights in First Class Package went up by 20%. In the past 5
years, the cost to ship a small, lightweight item First Class Package
has gone up as much as 25-60%! Furthermore, First Class Package is no
longer flat rate. Prior to this year it didn't matter where you shipped,
it was the same price per ounce. Now it is like any other USPS
non-flate rate shipping class, it's adjusted for distance. The
difference between the
east and west coast appears to be around 40-50 cents. and paypal
also get a larger bite because their fees are a percentage of the item
price AND shipping cost. I've
also had people complain that I don't offer free shipping, although
many of them are only buyers of items and not sellers. LOL! It may be
"free shipping" for you, but guess what; I had to pay for it. So for
example if I sell a $5 item with free shipping - presuming an 8oz
package that is shipped First Class package - shipping now eats 66% of
the $5, and paypal another 19% in fees. So at best, not counting my
printing, packaging, possible transportation time & cost to/from
the post office and the time to photograph, list and properly package an
item, I may see a whopping $.78
net on my sale if it's in my mailing zone, maybe $.38 if I ship to the
west coast. I'm not a business, just a small seller that is
cleaning out the extra stuff in the house so I'm not using the 'make a
profit on volume' model for sales.Best offer: My idea of best offer is "best reasonable offer",
or within 20% of the asking price, not pennies on the dollar as is most common. I spend significant time checking
out prices on and elsewhere to determine the price range for an item. Sometimes I miss or there is a sudden price collapse due to 50 sellers deciding to put the same or a similar item out at the same time. Regardless, that's where I'm coming from on best offer.