Lind Electronics, Inc.

Lind Electronics, Inc.

Who Are Lind Electronics?

Lind Electronics was founded in 1975 in Minnetonka, Minnesota. Since then, they have moved their operations to Minneapolis and became one of the global leaders in supplying rugged power solutions to industries such as warehouses, public safety, and the military. They are perfect for demanding environments and harsh conditions. This amount of trust in the capability of their equipment reflects their product's failure rate of only .02%, which is currently leading the industry. Their current list of power solutions includes the following:

  • Auto Adapters
  • 12-110 VDC Adapters
  • AC Adapters
  • AC/Auto Adapters
  • Cables
  • And More!

After several years of collaboration, Gamber Johnson purchased Lind in January 2023.

The Lind Products We Provide

Lind is our mobile charging solution because they make power adapters for most of the rugged laptop and tablet brands on the market. They currently supply adapters for all the following brands:

  • Getac
  • Dell
  • Lenovo
  • Zebra
  • Panasonic
  • HP
  • Fujitsu
  • Etc

Considering that we carry roughly 60% of the brands on this list, it makes them an ideal match. Since many of the laptops we sell end up mounted or docked in vehicles, it is crucial to the operation that the Lind power adapters work in every vehicle. These adapters must also be compatible with any mounts or docks installed within the vehicles. The Lind auto adapter comes with input options to connect to your vehicle: hard wire or cigarette lighter plug. Another Lind product we provide is replacement output cables for anyone using a Lind adapter that happens to break or misplace theirs.

Easy to Use

Some of these adapters come with an 11-16 Vdc plug, otherwise known as the cigarette lighter plug. This plug would be considered the input, as it feeds power through the adapter. After you get this plugged into the car, ensure the vehicle is running or the battery is on. Then you can plug the output cable into your device, and it will start charging.

Others come with one of two other options for DC connectors. The first has a three-position auto adapter, and the other does not have the auto connector.

Choosing the Correct Lind Power Adapter for Your Laptop

The first step is determining which powering method works best for your vehicle and setup. You will need to find a Lind Adapter with the correct DC voltage for your computer. The easiest way to make sure you receive the correct voltage for your laptop is to ensure that you get the adapter that matches the specifications of the OEM adapter. If you have trouble finding this information, check the manual for the electrical ratings for the adapter.

We do make it a requirement on our website that you put in your model number before you purchase one of these adapters. This is so that we can make sure that you get the correct adapter for your laptop. And if you happen to be looking at the wrong one, we can point you in the right direction.

Get Yours Today!

Order a Lind mobile power adapter to solve the problem of not having a method of charging your laptop on the go. It's perfect for those on the move most of the day and for those who work all day in a car. If you need assistance selecting an adapter, you can reach us by email at or by calling 877-202-7788.

Frequently Asked Questions

Depending on what kind of car you have the adapter installed on, ensure you have the engine running or the battery on. You would do this by turning the key to the on position or, in keyless cars, pressing the start button without your foot on the brake. Worst case, check to see if the adapter has a blown fuse.

Lind adapters do tend to run warm. And if you restrict its airflow, it could overheat to the point where safety features could cause it to shut down. Try to leave the adapter out in the open when using it. Please do not put it in a center console or glove compartment.

You should not use one of these adapters on a lighter plug with splitter cables. These plugs could lead to the lighter plug getting extremely hot, and then the splitters' plastic covers trap the heat, preventing it from dissipating.