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Hi

What do I need that is suitable for the uk? The unit comes with the us supply which runs on a different voltage. Can anyone help?

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"9 to 18V DC@300mA (wall power adapter included) International 220V available"

It's pretty flexible - any DC adapter that will meet those specs and have the correct-sized (and polarity) DC plug will be fine. One of the readily-available universal DC adapters would be your best bet.

But since GC says they've got one available, you could just get that one...

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That's *just* big enough (300mA), so should be ok.

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