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Old 24th November 2012, 06:34 PM   #1
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Default Amp6 smps quick question

Hi,I think I asked in the wrong forum.
Ok this is very strait forward:
I'm not sure what happens if I use a meanwell smps 12v with 8,5 amperes load with an 41hz amp6.
http://www.meanwell.com/search/NES-100/NES-100-spec.pdf
Is the amperage what puzzles me a bit, and this smps is the kind I need so I can feed the amp and the preamp with same voltage.
Will 8,5A burn the amp6? Or is there any issue with this?
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Its ok if the amps are higher than what you need but not the voltage.
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