The USB power adapter shipped with the Victor Reader Trek model 513 VRC talking GPS navigator is a common five volt switching power supply, that features a female USB A type power connector, that supports a detachable USB cable. The US version of this wall adapter sports a standard 120v AC two prong, non polarized plug, featuring non retractable prongs, as displayed next.
This AC USB adapter features no pilot lamp to show that it’s operating. It may whistle and chatter a little while operating, although these sounds are barely perceptible, although you can hear it operating when all else is quiet.
This lightweight Shenzhen Simsukian Electronics brand USB switching power supply, model SK21G-0500200U, accepts 100-240 volts, 50/60 Hertz, at 0.4 amps Max. It outputs 5.0 volts DC at 2 amps max, 10 watts, to the USB female DC power port, pictured above. Other information shown on the label (shown next) follows: AC/DC adapter. UL approved. Do not dispose in the regular trash. Made in China.
The 513 VRC Trek sports a micro USB power input port, where you connect the long USB cable, on its bottom end, as shown next.
The detachable USB cable, pictured next, matches the black exterior of this USB wall adapter, and features a micro USB male connector that plugs into the female power jack on the Trek, as shown in the previous picture.
- 2018-02-07: Originally published.