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  • Anyone seen this 12v DC-DC ATX power supply?

    http://www.voxtechnologies.com/Power...es/vtc0144.htm

    I was quoted just under $200. I may give it a try instead of the inverter/120v PSU route.

  • #2
    it looks like a keypower. there cheaper then that other places i found, i guess they dont servive angine crank and they have no startup/shutdown controller

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    • #3
      Some people say that they survive engine crank.
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      • #4
        I'm not to terribly concerned about it surviving crank because if I'm in the car its going to be running. Being in the middle of the desert you dont really want to sit in a car without the air conditioning going . Again not really concerned about a shutdown controller either. Starting up and shutting down manually doesnt bother me much.

        I found a interesting PSU on ebay today that I decided I would try.
        http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...sPageName=WDVW
        I'll let you guys know how it works out. It should be enough juice to power my system.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by schapman43
          I'm not to terribly concerned about it surviving crank because if I'm in the car its going to be running. Being in the middle of the desert you dont really want to sit in a car without the air conditioning going . Again not really concerned about a shutdown controller either. Starting up and shutting down manually doesnt bother me much.

          I found a interesting PSU on ebay today that I decided I would try.
          http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...sPageName=WDVW
          I'll let you guys know how it works out. It should be enough juice to power my system.

          Asus A7V400-MX board
          AMD XP 1800
          256Mb Ram
          Onboard Video, Audio, Lan
          802.11g PCI card
          92mm Zalman Heatsink
          2 50mm fans, 1 80mm fan.
          LOL that wont even come close to powering your system. Its not really 200w. Learn to research first before impulse buying.

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          are you your options your looking at around 200 bucks
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          • #6
            Originally posted by antimatter
            LOL that wont even come close to powering your system. Its not really 200w. Learn to research first before impulse buying.

            Opus 150
            Keypower
            Sproggy

            are you your options your looking at around 200 bucks

            Care to explain at all? Or are we just making assumptions? The item is described as a 200W ATX power supply.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by schapman43
              Care to explain at all? Or are we just making assumptions? The item is described as a 200W ATX power supply.
              Here are the specs
              for your special power supply needs

              PW-200M SPECIFICATIONS


              Volts (V) Max Load (A) Peak Load (A) Regulation %
              5V 6A 10A +/-5%
              5VSB 2A 10A +/-5%
              3.3V 6A 10A +/-5%
              -12V 0.1A 0.2A +/-10%
              12V 12A 13.5A N/A

              Power Ratings (Max. Power = 205 Watts)



              Efficiency Ratings


              Dimensions 61mm (L) X 57mm (W) X 30mm (H) (1U compliant)
              DC-Jack 2.5mm X 5.5mm X 10mm
              ATX connector Molex 39-01-2200
              Overload Protection Over load protection will be effected when either of the loads (+5V & +3.3V)
              exceeds > 200% Max Load.
              Turn-on Delay After turning on, at least 20ms will be needed for the rise of +5V output voltage (measured from 10% point to 95% point on the waveform) to reach its peak.
              Remote ON/OFF control

              Logic level is LOW - Output voltage is enabled.

              Logic level is HIGH - Output voltage is disabled.

              Operating Environment
              Temperature 0C -75C (32F -167F)
              Relative Humidity 10%-90%, non-condensing
              Altitude 50,000 ft.
              Efficiency Over 95% at full load
              Shipping and Storage Temperature -40C- 90C (-40F -194F)
              Relative Humidity 5%-95%, non-condensing
              MTBF 200,000 hours
              Warranty 1 Year

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              • #8
                Originally posted by schapman43
                Care to explain at all? Or are we just making assumptions? The item is described as a 200W ATX power supply.
                http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/show...hlight=PW-200M
                You'd do well to ignore the backbiting in that thread....
                Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
                How about the Wiki?



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                • #9
                  Originally posted by DarquePervert
                  http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/show...hlight=PW-200M
                  You'd do well to ignore the backbiting in that thread....

                  Thanks for the info DarquePervert! It was actually informative. You could have just been an *** and laughed like someone else I know.

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