Power supply - ETHERWAVE

Posted: 10/4/2020 9:55:28 AM

Joined: 10/4/2020

Hey everyone , 

I've finally got round to getting my theremin out after about 10 years!

Unfortunately I don't have the charger which is the 3 pins as seen in link below

Etherwave 3 pin power

Any ideas of where I can find one of these as struggling online? 



Posted: 10/4/2020 2:20:23 PM

From: Minnesota USA

Joined: 11/27/2015

Have you tried buying from Moog directly?

Otherwise if you need the 110v version in the US  (in stock):


The 220v version seems to be discontinued or out of stock, so I'm guessing that's what you are having trouble finding.  Maybe you could find a more-common 110v model and then buy a 220v to 110v travel converter.

Posted: 10/4/2020 3:12:19 PM

From: Russia, Saint-Petersburg

Joined: 6/6/2016

The power supply is very simple. This is an ordinary 110/14 v ~ or 220/14 v ~ transformer. [color=#3c4043][font=Roboto, HelveticaNeue, Arial, sans-serif]Power - 200 mA.To this you need to add an input electrical plug and a cord with a DIN socket with a lead on pins 1 and 3. Pin 2 is supposedly connected to GND, although this is not necessary.[/font][/color]
P.S. [color=#3c4043][font=Roboto, HelveticaNeue, Arial, sans-serif]I do not recommend using the converter. I have had experience with ETW repair after using this wiring diagram.[/font][/color]

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