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Old 7th December 2012, 08:58 PM   #1
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Default 1000W commercial SMPS

Hello


Presenting my 1KW SMPS for sale.

Any interested people, please PM or comment here


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Old 7th December 2012, 10:44 PM   #2
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Old 7th December 2012, 11:26 PM   #3
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Input voltage 110 or 240 / selectable

Output voltages:-

+- 53, +-64, +-78, +-93, +-104. (Unregulated)

AUX1: +-15VDC (Regulated)
AUX2: +-24VDC (Unregulated)
AUX3: +18VDC(Regulated)

ALL AUX voltages can be changed.

FAN output +16VDC

Power: 1000W cont, 1800W PEAK

Size 12.2CMx 26CM

Protection: UVLO, Thermal, Over Current, Short Circuit.

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Any other information is available on request..


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1. Of the 1455 different fans that Digi-key has in stock...none are 16V... ????????

2. How much current is available for each of the supplies...kind of important information.

3. How "unregulated" is the unregulated supplies?

Just curious.

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1. Of the 1455 different fans that Digi-key has in stock...none are 16V... ????????

2. How much current is available for each of the supplies...kind of important information.

3. How "unregulated" is the unregulated supplies?

Just curious.


1- You can use 12V fan, because there is a resistor in series. or use the third AUX 12.8VDC.

2- 16 ~ 18A for the high voltage outputs

3- google it and you will know, because I dont know


I understand that you just want to write things,
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really? so thats really interesting, you are selling switching power supplies now?

dont worry i'm not going to cause a fuss, I just thought it was interesting.

I wish you luck wit your endeavour

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really? so thats really interesting, you are selling switching power supplies now?

dont worry i'm not going to cause a fuss, I just thought it was interesting.

I wish you luck wit your endeavour


I am sorry to disappoint you into this, but I am not selling now, I am selling since 4 years.

cause fuss if you like.....

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Old 16th December 2012, 12:55 PM   #10
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Hi Clocktower
greetings just wanted to know if your smps and the smps posted by
microsim on diysmps are the same same specifications are on both sites nice smps
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