Welcome to the Nintendo Power Supply section. While SEGA has about 100 different AC options, NINTENDO is a bit easier. Each model has it’s own power supply, and will only work with that system. Plus with the N64 and GameCube they


NOTE: When it comes to power supplies, the two areas that are of the most concern are VOLTS OUTPUT and AMPS OUTPUT. The VOLTAGE should always be the right amount for the system you are hooking up (most systems list their requirements on the bottom). The AMPS on the other hand you have a little leeway with, you can safely use a power supply that provides MORE amps than the system requires, but not (much) less AMPS. So if you system wants .85 amps, it would be OK to use a 1.2 amps, as the system can adjust its’ needs.

NES-002: for use with the

NINTENDO ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM


INPUT: 120V AC 60Hz 17W

OUTPUT: 9V - 1.3 Amp


This is the power supply that came with the original NES and Top Loader.


NUS-oo2: for use with the NINTENDO 64


INPUT: 100V 50/60Hz 45W

OUTPUT: 3.3V - 2.7Amp / 12V - .8 Amp


Well this one doesn’t really matter. It’s only going to fit a Nintendo 64.

SNS-002: for use with the

SUPER NINTENDO ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM


INPUT: 120V 60Hz 17W

OUTPUT: 10V - 850 Amp


This is the power supply that came with the original SNES and SNES Jr.

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DOL-001: for use with the

NINTENDO GAMECUBE


INPUT: 120V 60Hz 17W

OUTPUT: 12V - 3.5 Amp


This is the power supply that came with the original NINTENDO GAMECUBE, and thats all it will ever work with.

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