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  • Unsure what version of Opus 150w

    HI Guys,

    This might seem like a silly question but I cant seem to find the answer anywhere. I have a Travla 137 case and would like to build an Opus 150w power supply into it.

    I can see 3 version from the Opus Website.
    DCX2.1215 12V DC-DC Power Supply Module (OEMs only)

    DCX2.1215.XPC 12V DC-DC Power Supply Module with XPC Frame for Shuttle PCs

    SFX.1215 12V Power Supply Module with Aluminum Enclosure


    Which of these would I get to remove my current Travla 90w AC power supply and to replace it with the Opus.

    Thanks

    Stefan

  • #2
    Just bumping this because I still dont know the answer of which I should order. Anyone could please help me out?

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    • #3
      The descriptions pretty much say it all. The first one is just the bare Opus 150W with no case. The third one is the same board with a case and fan. The second one is also in a case with a special bracket to make it fit the XPC.

      I have no idea what's involved to fit this in C137.
      2004 4runner

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      • #4
        Originally posted by glock
        Just bumping this because I still dont know the answer of which I should order. Anyone could please help me out?
        Did you ever think of contacting Opus Solutions?
        I gotta agree with rando, though. The explanations are pretty friggin' obvious.
        Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
        How about the Wiki?



        Under normal circumstances, a signature would go here.

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        • #5
          I've seen both the enclosed OPUS 150W and the PCB version of it installed in a C137.

          I think it's easier to mount the plain PCB though, cos you don't need the extra space for the enclosure.

          : Jetway J7F2 1.5Ghz Mainboard : Cubid 3688 : CarNetix CNX-P1260 :
          : Netgear 802.11g PCMCIA : 2 x LinITX 7" Screens :
          : BU353 USB GPS Mouse : Panasonic UJ845 DVDRW :

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          • #6
            See this thread: http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/show...ight=opus+c137

            ing is great!!

            : Jetway J7F2 1.5Ghz Mainboard : Cubid 3688 : CarNetix CNX-P1260 :
            : Netgear 802.11g PCMCIA : 2 x LinITX 7" Screens :
            : BU353 USB GPS Mouse : Panasonic UJ845 DVDRW :

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            • #7
              Thanks guys. Im sorry it seemed like a stupid question. I guess I didnt understand / know what a shuttle PC is. Looks like I'll go for the OEM version.

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              • #8
                http://linitx.com/product_info.php?c...roducts_id=422


                : Jetway J7F2 1.5Ghz Mainboard : Cubid 3688 : CarNetix CNX-P1260 :
                : Netgear 802.11g PCMCIA : 2 x LinITX 7" Screens :
                : BU353 USB GPS Mouse : Panasonic UJ845 DVDRW :

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                • #9
                  DCX2.1215.XPC 12V DC-DC Power Supply Module with XPC Frame for Shuttle PCs
                  I have this one, it is the smallest in size, does not come with case or fan, it has special "gel" to absorb heat.

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                  • #10
                    My question is when they say OEM ONLY does that mean they won't sell them to us regular guys??
                    Aut cum scuto, aut in scuto

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