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I don't think she's looking for a power supply. This looks like the requirements for a hair removal tool (as shown in the picture). The tool can be plugged into any electrical outlet that provides AC voltages anywhere from 100VAC to 240VAC. I'm assuming the device has internal voltage regulation. Pictures would certainly clarify what we're dealing with. Then we can give you good answers.
That was my first thought, and that is how I responded. But ...Read The Header!!
Sometimes people confuse one thing for another. A power supply typically takes an input voltage and provides a controlled output voltage. Nothing in the photograph suggests an output, hence, not necessarily a power supply. That's why I'm asking for more pictures.Read The Header!!
The link says it comes with an AC adapter/charger. 36 W is bigger than the average wall wart, but not unreasonable. Still need photos of the underside of the unit and the connector.This is just one of many found on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Fasbruy-At-Home-Removal-Permanent-Painless/dp/B08BHQV8KZ/ref=sr_1_1_sspa
It is what you trying to find:I'm looking to purchase a power supply for an IPL laser and don't know where to start. Can anybody help me out?
It does appear to be a barrel socket, there are many configurations of outside diameter and pin diameter, and in addition some very evil people reverse the polarity making the center negative.The voltage range runs from 3 volts up to at least 35 volts, that I have seen.
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