power pack

noun Electronics.
a device for converting the voltage from a power line or battery to the various voltages required by the components of an electronic circuit.

Origin:
1935–40

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power pack
 
n
a device for converting the current from a supply into direct or alternating current at the voltage required by a particular electrical or electronic device

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Check your power pack, which should state the amount of voltage your laptop can handle.
So a major focus of research is to develop a power pack that can safely be worn on a soldier's back.
The electric vehicle industry will continue to be held back until power pack standards are in place.
Leave the charging to a professional facility that can then test and recertify the power pack.
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