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Thread: PW-70a $50.99 and ITPS $37.99

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    PW-70a $50.99 and ITPS $37.99

    I'm going to start reselling the PW-70a (100 watt dc-dc power supply) and the ITPS (12v regulator and shutdown controller.)

    Pricing:
    PW-70a $50.99 info at http://www.mp3car.com/products/pw-70a.html
    ITPS $37.99 info at http://www.mp3car.com/products/itps.html
    Or take both the PW-70a power supply and the ITPS for $86.99 * limited time offer

    Shipping is $5 worldwide for a limited time.

    To buy visit http://www.mp3car.com/products/buy.html

    All prices in US Dollars. PayPal only for the time being.

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    Will you be selling these till atleast next Wednesday (Dec, 10th)? Cause I get paid then...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pplante
    Will you be selling these till atleast next Wednesday (Dec, 10th)? Cause I get paid then...
    Yes, I'm not planning on stopping.

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    Can you post pictures of the ITPS connected to the PW-70a itself? I want to see how and where it connects. How does this compare to an Opus 90 in a crank situation with the ITPS? Will the computer survive a crank? THanks

    oh and btw...im interested.

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    whats the lead time on shipment after I order one? I am assuming you don't have them made already?

    This sounds like a great answer over the expensive Opus.
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    Can someone post a diagram on how to hook up the itps and the pw-70a in the car?
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    Can you post pictures of the ITPS connected to the PW-70a itself? I want to see how and where it connects.
    I'll post pictures soon. There really isn't a whole lot to see. The two power wires come out from the ITPS and connect to the two wires on the PW-70a.

    Will the computer survive a crank?
    No.
    whats the lead time on shipment after I order one?
    I have them sitting here in a box. I usually ship the same day when possible, otherwise I ship the next business day.

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    Talking

    So, say im parked somewhere (waiting for something), and my engine is off....can i still turn the computer on and use it? Or do i have to have the engine running?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [H]Bugster
    So, say im parked somewhere (waiting for something), and my engine is off....can i still turn the computer on and use it? Or do i have to have the engine running?
    You could, but I wouldn't recommended it for more then a few minutes or else your battery would drain and might not have enough power to start the engine. There’s a whole list of variables that would affect a safe running time without the engine running.

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    The ITPS just connects in series with any DC-DC PSU, right?

    Just making sure, because I have a DC-DC PSU but it's an unregulated 12v, and I'd need the ITPS to regulate.

    I was going to buy from mini-box, but I'd rather give you the business.

    birrman54

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