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    FS: Opus 90w automotive DC-DC power supply

    Hi guys, it's been a long time since I posted on these forums! After years of enjoyment I have finally moved on from the car PC scene, so I'm selling a few parts from my old setup. The first is my trusty Opus 90w power supply. They don't make this model anymore, but it has worked flawlessly for me ever since I bought it (more than 6 years ago). I'm including everything that came with it - the power supply, ATX power cable (it has 2 hard drive/cd-rom and 1 floppy power plug), ATX power button header cable (for sending the on/off signal to the motherboard), DC input power plug with bare wire ends, and even the original manual.

    This power supply has a 10A fuse to prevent damage to the PC or power supply in the event of a short, and a jumper which lets you select immediate shutdown or a 15 minute (I think) delay after the ignition is turned off. It is an open frame power supply, not a fully-enclosed one, so you will want to mount it inside a PC case (I used velcro to attach it to the cover of my Morex case).

    I'm asking $40 plus shipping (US postal service), or you can pick it up from me in San Francisco.

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    Bump... will accept any reasonable offer :-)

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    Still for sale.

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    What kind of input voltage can it take? I may be interested...I don't have the money right this second though, but when I do I might shoot you an offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hdale85 View Post
    What kind of input voltage can it take? I may be interested...I don't have the money right this second though, but when I do I might shoot you an offer.
    It's for use in a car, so it takes 12-13.8v in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by omehegan View Post
    It's for use in a car, so it takes 12-13.8v in.
    Well generally they take a range of voltage because in a car it's not always constant and can fluctuate. On their website they don't have this specific PSU on there, but all the ATX ones they have are like 7-32v I think or something like that.

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    Still for sale! Whatsamatter, no one needs power supplies anymore? I'd hate to throw this thing away.

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    Well...if it's slated for the garbage....I can pay shipping

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