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Use 150w adapter on a 45w laptop ?

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Hello,

Quick question answered many times for other cases, but I really want to be sure, and I don't want to destroy anything.

 

I moved back to my home and I want to charge a HP laptop (15-bs028nf) but I forgot its charger : 45W 19,5A  2,31A.

Instead I have my HP 15-ax246nf's adapter which is 150W 19,5V 7,7A.

 

Can I charge the 15-bs028nf laptop with the 150W adapter ? It's not my laptop so, again, I don't want to destroy it.

Will it damage the battery ?

In theory, the laptop will only draw the power it needs but I really want to be sure.

 

Thank you so much for your answer !

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hello

 

yes, what is important is the voltage : 19,5V and the connector.

 

the WATT means the maximum power such adapter could provide , if notebook need maximum 45W , the 150W PS will provide no more that 45W

 

bye

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Thank you for your answer, it was helpful. I have lot of work on the bs028nf !

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