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-While not easy to see you'll find the side that is opposite the plug pins (where you grab it) in light gray print the specs of the unit. It should be 18.5 Volts. You'll need a true RMS meter to read it correctly.
+While not easy to see you'll find the side that is opposite the plug pins (where you grab it) in light gray print the specs of the unit. It should be marked 18.5 Volts.
You may find this helpful: [http://www.righto.com/2013/06/teardown-and-exploration-of-magsafe.html?m=1|Teardown and exploration of Apple's Magsafe connector].
Given the pin sizes I don't recommend trying to use a meter probe as you are more likely going to short it out. I have a spare DC In-board which I wired up with test leads when I need to check a power adapter.

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-While not easy to see you'll find the side that is opposite the plug pins (where you grab it) in light gray print the specs of the unit. It should be 18.5 Volts (alternating DC). You'll need a true RMS meter to read it correctly.
+While not easy to see you'll find the side that is opposite the plug pins (where you grab it) in light gray print the specs of the unit. It should be 18.5 Volts. You'll need a true RMS meter to read it correctly.
You may find this helpful: [http://www.righto.com/2013/06/teardown-and-exploration-of-magsafe.html?m=1|Teardown and exploration of Apple's Magsafe connector].
Given the pin sizes I don't recommend trying to use a meter probe as you are more likely going to short it out. I have a spare DC In-board which I wired up with test leads when I need to check a power adapter.

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While not easy to see you'll find the side that is opposite the plug pins (where you grab it) in light gray print the specs of the unit. It should be 18.5 Volts (alternating DC). You'll need a true RMS meter to read it correctly.
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+You may find this helpful: [http://www.righto.com/2013/06/teardown-and-exploration-of-magsafe.html?m=1|Teardown and exploration of Apple's Magsafe connector].
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+Given the pin sizes I don't recommend trying to use a meter probe as you are more likely going to short it out. I have a spare DC In-board which I wired up with test leads when I need to check a power adapter.

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While not easy to see you'll find the side that is opposite the plug pins (where you grab it) in light gray print the specs of the unit. It should be 18.5 Volts (alternating DC). You'll need a true RMS meter to read it correctly.

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