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  • Power suplie: 12v dc 250Wats 9v dc 18v dc

    Just found this site :
    http://www.a-powertech.com/
    DX250H input: 12V DC, output 250W ATX Form Factor, P4 available.

    FEATURES
    Input and output Isolated
    Wide DC Input Range Input Wrong Polar Protection (Option)
    Design to meet ATX12V Standard (Output section)
    Short Circuit, Over Voltage and Over Power Protections
    Over Temperature Protection (Option)
    Build-in Thermal Fan Speed Control
    100% 55°C ambient burn-in test

    If you have a carputer that uses a lot of power i think its a good solution.
    I will have the prices soon , for quantities and samples, but i was told that it shouldnt be more than 150 us$ for the 250w unit
    Here in Portugal we have great weather, lots of brunnets, party a lot,drink a lot....
    http://img138.echo.cx/img138/896/bannerjoshua5dy.jpg

  • #2
    maybe this will cause opus to drp their prices
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    • #3
      Originally posted by hijinks21
      maybe this will cause opus to drp their prices
      Ive just received an email from the company with their prices :

      Sample FOB Taiwan US$150.00
      +10 PCs FOB Taiwan US$120.00
      +20 PCs FOB Taiwan US$100.00
      +50 PCs FOB Taiwan US$95.00
      Each unit about 2 kgs.
      Lead-time in one week.
      Guarantee 3 years.
      Warranty life time.

      To ship you by EMS(International Express Mail Service) about US$35.00 from Taiwan to Portugal.

      UHMMM its not a bad deal....
      Here in Portugal we have great weather, lots of brunnets, party a lot,drink a lot....
      http://img138.echo.cx/img138/896/bannerjoshua5dy.jpg

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      • #4
        I got the same thing basically, 186 shipped. Heres the weird thing about mine though. As soon as I atached the wire to the + terminal, it turned on. Didnt have to press a switch or anything. I didnt get the chance to setup the motherboard to auto turn on after power loss so it cant be that. Now as soon as I get my xenarc fixed (reversed the polarity on it, i knew I shouldnt have followed the damn instructions), ill update you folks on how it works.

        http://www.orbitmicro.com/products/p...2/KPDX250H.htm

        They have discount pricing too. Customer service is great as well. I really think id rather order from them. What if theres something wrong with the psu? You gonna spend another 35 to get it shipped there?

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        • #5
          Hi!
          where are you getting the Xenarc fixed and how much does it cost? I haven't burned mine yet (knock on wood) but was curious.
          Peter

          Originally posted by zijester
          I got the same thing basically, 186 shipped. Heres the weird thing about mine though. As soon as I atached the wire to the + terminal, it turned on. Didnt have to press a switch or anything. I didnt get the chance to setup the motherboard to auto turn on after power loss so it cant be that. Now as soon as I get my xenarc fixed (reversed the polarity on it, i knew I shouldnt have followed the damn instructions), ill update you folks on how it works.

          http://www.orbitmicro.com/products/p...2/KPDX250H.htm

          They have discount pricing too. Customer service is great as well. I really think id rather order from them. What if theres something wrong with the psu? You gonna spend another 35 to get it shipped there?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by PORTUGAL
            Ive just received an email from the company with their prices :

            Sample FOB Taiwan US$150.00
            +10 PCs FOB Taiwan US$120.00
            +20 PCs FOB Taiwan US$100.00
            +50 PCs FOB Taiwan US$95.00
            Each unit about 2 kgs.
            Lead-time in one week.
            Guarantee 3 years.
            Warranty life time.

            To ship you by EMS(International Express Mail Service) about US$35.00 from Taiwan to Portugal.

            UHMMM its not a bad deal....
            Maybe we can do a group buy on these. That's is very good price for 10+ or event 20+. I know there are more than 20 of us on this board wants DC2DC PSU. The only thing neg about this PSU is the efficiency rate compare to the OPUS, but it can handle more power. Good for any P4 and mATX mobo.
            2004 Matrix XR A7N8X-VM/400 AMD XP-M 2500+, DS-ATX
            89 Supra Turbo P3 [email protected]/Abit BE6 II, Alpine M-BUS Car2PC.
            Y2K Accord Dell GX150
            RoadRunner is the best FE PERIOD
            EmoRebellion is a SCAMMER

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            • #7
              Hmm, looks very nice... This doesn't seem to have a shutdown controller on it though... And also looks to be the same size as a 'normal' PSU?? Is the Sproggy smaller?

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              • #8
                shame that these guys don't sell one offs

                http://www.watt-power.co.uk/page7.html

                the 80watt 10.8~26VDC to 12VDC board looks like a contender for replacing the morex DC-DC board.
                My CarPC install piccies http://www.celica-club.co.uk/cgi-bin...at=561&thumb=1

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                • #9
                  Vin range... Note that in car Vin can be 8...16V (> you'll have reboot)

                  No shutdown ctrl and no car battery monitoring as the opus voltage

                  but the price for a 250W is great (why use 250W when you can play divx 5 with 30W)

                  I' also saw this kind of psu in europe (but you got a great price)
                  Epia M9000, lili 7" vga&touch & 2xTM-7002S compo, camera with reversed image, 2.5" 60 GB, 256Mb DDR, Opus 90W, GPS usb... AND MEDIACRUISER of course!

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                  • #10
                    I'm assuming this is the same made available for australian customers, like myself...?

                    http://www.zantech.com.au/apowertech/PSU-12vdc250w.html

                    can anyone advise me that when during cranking would this PSU keep my pc running? and would I only need a shutdown controller to complete this alternative to the OPUS PSU...thanx

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