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  • More info on OPUS automotive ATX power supply was linked in by gfoulks, and I hadn't seen it here before. Here's the email I got from them. Looks like it even has the delayed shutdown controller included. Seems to be a decent part for a decent price...


    Thank you for your interest in OPUS Solutions, Inc. DC-DC power supply for
    ATX mother boards.

    SFX-12-15 DC-DC power supply is specifically designed to withstand automotive environment. It is ruggedly built, wide operating temperature,
    wide operating input voltage, over 90 % efficiency, delayed shut down timer up to 1 hour, ignition input, and many more features. It is not just an another PC power supply, it is a smart supply.

    Here with I am attaching the pricing information that you have requested for the power supply.

    Pricing for SFX Power supply

    Product Part # 1+ 10+ 100+
    SFX-12-15 $189 $179 $169

    Shipping and handling cost within continental states is $9.00 for UPS GND.

    At this time we are only offering the 150W units.

    If you have any further questions or comments please do not hesitate to call or email us.


    Kris Ponmalai
    OPUS Solutions, Inc
    6 Reef
    Laguna Niguel, CA 92677 USA
    Tel: 949-388-7623
    fax: 949-388-7628

  • #2
    I just ordered one and it should be here next week. This is the last part of my puzzle and should be starting the install this weekend with the power supply being the last to go in.

    They also sell cases! Very expensive though. I have a PDF file on it if anyone is interested.

    Hi Greg,

    The Case with power supply is $649.00,
    The external dimentions are 13" (W) x 15.5" (D) x 5.5" (H)
    The input to the power supply is directly connected to the Car Battery. The power supply will work from 7 to 18VDC.
    The inputs are protected and regulated power is not required.



    • #3
      I also just recieved the user guide for this power supply if anyone would like to read through it?



      • #4
        Funny how it doesn't have a "-5" voltage...