Dc barrel jack size

I have the Spitz AX GL-X3000.

I would like to run it off of a one of those usb power packs or a drill battery. If possible in the car or maybe even a car cigarette lighter.

Does anyone know the dc barrel connector size and if a barrel connector usb c converter cable would power it.

Maybe a cord something like this

5ft PD USB Type C Male Input to DC 5.5 x 2.1mm Male Power Charging Cable up to 100W(65W-100W)(5521-100W)

And a power bank like this.

Portable-Charger-Power-Bank - 40000mAh Power Bank PD 30W and QC 4.0 Quick Charging Built-in Bright flashlight LED Display 2 USB 1Type-C Output for Most Electronic Devices on The Market(Carbon Black)

yes the barrel with black color code

it will be trial and error to find a type c - dc cable that has a working trigger port

try to find earlier discussions in the forum, one fellow owner found that 19v supply is most efficient for the x3000, but so far i have not found a cable that can trigger 19v from a pd or quickcharge charger, they all go to 12v

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Thank you. The original power brick is 12v so hopefully it will work

I used a dewalt “power Wheels “ adapter and a cable to power the router with a 20v dewalt battery Sofar this is working great. Cheap way to make these truly portable.

biuonga Power Wheels Adapter for… https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BZHXHD7N?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

3FT 12V DC Power Cable 5.5mm x… https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09SQCY6BC?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share


Thanks for the help.

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Good find! I see that there are similar adapters for other brands of batteries, including Milwaukee, Makita, Ryobi.

I do not work for and I do not have formal association with GL.iNet

Will this adapter work with a power bank for the GL-X3000?
Usb Boost Cable 5V To 9V 12V

Where is this available for purchase to check the specs, including the power rating (watts) and the barrel sizes? Also, make sure the polarity (positive/negative) matches that of the center pin and the outside barrel.

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Amazon its the right barrel size and polarity.

  • Input Voltage: 5V; Output Voltage: 9V / 12V
  • Easy to use, plug and play, it’s very convenient.
  • Can be used to power the router via power bank if power off, can still enjoy the WIFI freely during power cuts.

Can you provide the Amazon URL link?

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Good find and inexpensive!