In principle I would say - yes.
But of course you cannot expect to be able quickly to recharge your
accumulator pack with this device.
The main parameters are:
7.6V max.in 6V setting - that is ok
290 mAmps @ 6V - this is rather low and the lower limit
If you consider that a MP2100 takes ca. 70 mA (w/o Backlight) up to 100 mA
(with Backlight)you will be able to operate yor Newt, but there is not much
power left to recharge your batteries.
What I cannot exactly tell is if there is one plug which exactly fits the
Newton power plug.
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> seems to be a small enough female pin. Thanks for
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