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    setting up a regulated psu

    Couldnt you make a psu from one of these and something else that regulates 12v power, and then just run a bunch of grounds? (im aware you'd need a inverter and that would make this useless, but im jw)
    I happen to not post the link, and lost it it was basicly just the ac-dc power source you would use for an external laptop hardrive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerWilco
    Couldnt you make a psu from one of these and something else that regulates 12v power, and then just run a bunch of grounds? (im aware you'd need a inverter and that would make this useless, but im jw)
    I happen to not post the link, and lost it it was basicly just the ac-dc power source you would use for an external laptop hardrive.
    Not sure what you meant but you could use an ITPS and a standard DC-DC psu?
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