SP2-B Power Supply
Compatible Kaidi KDDY001B Power Supply
This universal fit recliner power supply is compatible with the Okin SP2-B power supply and the Kaidi KDDYOO1B power supply. This lift chair recliner power supply can also be used on the electric recliner chairs, has a two pins - the "O l" flat blade / round pin plug and takes the figure 8 power cord as standard and has provisions for 2 x 9volt batteries - not included. ALL of our electrical items are "C" Tick Approved and Meet Australian Standards.
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Power Supply Specifications
- 100 - 240V, 50/60Hz, 1.5amp (Australian figure 8 mains power cord)
- DC 29V = 2.0amp
- STD 01 female ( O l Plug)
- Duty cycle:
- Max 10%; Max Time on: 2 min
All recliner parts are universal. Makes of recliners, brand names or manufactures part numbers don't mean anything.
The input voltage is 100-240VAC 50/60HZ and the output is 29v DC 2.0 amp and the two pin plug is the industry standard and fit 99.9% of the recliners on the market.
The 9v battery back up option is generally good for one use only then the batteries need replacing.
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Mark PendleburyMay 7, 2020, 06:58 AMMy order arrived today, and I just wanted to thank you for your prompt service and me actually being able to source parts for my electric lift chair that I thought would probably end up being replaced. Great job and thanks again.
Ian EnglishApr 11, 2020, 07:54 AMPurchased a new transformer from CouchGuard for lift chair for my elderly mother in law and hey presto the chair worked again! No need to purchase a whole new chair. (To test to see if you need a new transformer place back up batteries In motor. If the chair works you just need transformer and not a new motor. )
Faikah BehardienMar 14, 2020, 07:43 AMJust wanted to say thanks for your quick response. The replacement transformer was exactly what we needed.
Arnold SushamesJul 26, 2019, 06:56 AMI would like to take this opportunity to congratulate and thank you for the best service I've had for many years.
My order arrived today, has been installed and working wonderfully.
Des WingJan 2, 2019, 05:42 AMGreat service.
Was expecting my part to arrive on the 3rd of January and it came on 28th Dec. Made my wife and our little dog happy to have her recliner fixed in such quick time.
Removing & Fitting General Electrical Components
1 Place a drop sheet or old towels around the recliner.
2 Turn off and remove the power supply plug from the mains.
3 Gently turn the recliner over onto its side or on its back. Remember correct lifting methods.
4 Locate the component and its lead. Follow the lead along to the plug end remembering where it runs.
5 Using a pair of side cutters, snip the cable ties that are retaining the lead to the frame.
6 Unplug the socket and remove the old component. Place the new component lead along the same path as the old and cable tie the new lead to the frame.
7 Check all other leads are out of the way of moving parts.
8 Turn the recliner back over to normal seating position
9 Plug the main power supply back into the wall.
10 Test the new component. Operate the lift chair recliner to its fullest position and check that all the leads are clear and not stretched.
11 Return the lift chair to its normal seating position.
DO NOT exceed more then 2 mins operating time at anyone time.
If you do exceed this time, wait 20 mins before using again.