09-07-2018 02:57 AM
The power adapter of my Lenovo Ideapad 320-14IKB went dead. It had a 65 watt power output (output voltage: 20 volts, and output current: 3.25 A). I tried to find a replacement for it, but the only adapter I found was a 45 watt output (output voltage: 20 volts, and output current: 2.25 A). Would this difference in the ouput current affect the life of battery?
Another option I found was a 65 watt output Lenovo adapter that is compatible with IDEAPAD V550, IDEAPAD V450, IDEAPAD V370, IDEAPAD V350, IDEAPAD B470, IDEAPAD B460, IDEAPAD B450, IDEAPAD G560, IDEAPAD G555, IDEAPAD G550, IDEAPAD G530, IDEAPAD G455, IDEAPAD G450 AC Adapter, IDEAPAD G450, IDEAPAD G430, IDEAPAD G230, IDEAPAD U550, IDEAPAD U455, IDEAPAD U450P, IDEAPAD U450, IDEAPAD U350, IDEAPAD U330, IDEAPAD Y730, IDEAPAD Y710, IDEAPAD Y650, IDEAPAD Y550 AC Adapter, IDEAPAD Y550, IDEAPAD Y530, IDEAPAD Y510, IDEAPAD Y450, IDEAPAD Y430, IDEAPAD Y410, IDEAPAD Y330, IDEAPAD Y310, IDEAPAD Z460, IDEAPAD Z360. The question is would that power adapter be compatible with Ideapad 320-14IKB (Model Name: 80 YD)?
Thank you in advance for your help.
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09-07-2018 10:21 AM - last edited on 09-08-2018 05:15 PM by zoltanthegypsy
Hi! Welcome to Community Forums, a lower wattage AC adapter will not harm your machine and battery. However, the battery charging time may take longer. Same or lower wattage AC adapter from a different Lenovo machine should be fine. You may refer to the product specifications here https://lnv.gy/2wQh6XK and to order parts here https://lnv.gy/2wSx5o7. Hope it helps!
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