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  • Getting power into Opus

    Ok, so my Opus arrived this morning, albeit with a minor problem.

    From what I can see on the Opus website you get power into it from the 3 pin connector, the one thats a little like a molex. Problem is I aint got one in the package.

    Can some one clarify if that is the lead needed to supply power?

    cheers

  • #2
    Which OPUS PSU did you get? 90W or 150W.

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    • #3
      150w

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      • #4
        Yep, you need power in on those three cables.

        Call up whoever you got it from, and say that you didn't get one, i'm sure they'll send one out ASAP.

        Then, check all the packaging and eventually find it, then call up supplier and tell them to not send it out, as you found it


        Garry
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        • #5
          got it off ebay, and the guy aint replying to my emails, barsteward

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          • #6
            Well you could always take it apart and put on a different connector. Also, look up the instructions for the Opus (around here somehwere). I believe the part number for the connector is listed.
            2004 4runner

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            • #7
              ill have a look-see for the instructions/part numbers, where do i get it from then though?

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              • #8
                If you can, take a picture of the connector and somebody might be able to help you.
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                • #9
                  if you get desperate you can solder bare leads right on the pins
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                  • #10
                    It's probably a molex part. www.molex.com. If they won't sell it to you direct, they can probably tell you who will.
                    2004 4runner

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                    • #11
                      Mating Plug: AMP; 350766-1
                      Crimps: AMP; 640310-3 qty 2 and 350919-3 qty 1

                      I just checked and the connector and pins are available from digikey. Just type in the part numbers above into their search form.
                      2004 4runner

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                      • #12
                        thanx rando

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