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Thread: M2-ATX vs. M2-ATX-HV

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    M2-ATX vs. M2-ATX-HV

    What's the difference?

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    I think HV stands for "high voltage" or "higher voltage" because HV's working range is 6-36V while regular is 6-24V

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    That makes sense, Thanks.

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    Sorry to revive an old thread, but if a car battery only puts out ~13V then the HV modle would be overkill correct? If the price were the same (which they are) would there be a reason to get one over the other?

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    The HV model is useful for 24v systems, really no reason to get it on a 12v based system.
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    I accept with information:HV stands for "high voltage" or "higher voltage" because HV's working range is 6-36V while regular is 6-24V.

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