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Old 17th August 2011, 04:00 AM   #1
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Default FS: HP Printer supply w/ DIN-5 plug for local Regs (USA)

I am passing along an HP printer power supply w/ DIN-5 plug for powering locally regulated circuits, such as those with Teddy Regs. Output = 32VDC / 2340mA on pin 1. Model # 0957-2145. Of course, you can always terminate to suit your application.

This power supply has been made redundant by a linear PSU with multiple power connections. There was no improvement in SQ, but I've now consolidated some wiring in the rat's nest behind my gear.

This is a USA (120V) HP printer power supply.

I'm asking $20 + postage, but all offers considered.
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