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    DCL11 Point-Of-Load DC-DC 15W Power Supply Package

    Has anyone bought this from mp3car.com? Did it come with a connector for the output? I can't seem to find anything on their site that says what comes in the box. Its kinda stupid in my opinion to sell it without a connector for the output since its not a standard connector.

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    It uses that molex two pin connector for output. It's the one on the upper left hand side of the board. That's a 'you-supply' item.
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    wow that is a surprise. I can't believe they don't supply the output cable. I would say why supply the input but then they might take that away too lol

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    I dunno. I guess because its a fairly common cable. You could try putting in the shipping notes "Hey, cut me a break here and throw in a spare output cable. You must have tons of these things lying around."
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    Is it really that common? I can't seem to find any. I can find the parts to make my own but i can't find an already built cable. Do you know anywhere that carries them?

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    Radio Shack. It's very common.
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    I checked their website and nothing. I've seen 4pins that are like this that are used on graphics cards but i can't seem to find a 2 pin to save my life. Maybe i'm searching for the wrong name

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    What terms are you using to search on?
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    2-pin mini molex connector and 2 pin molex connector and i've found some things but not much. Most of it is a 6-pin + 2-pin for PCI Express 2.0

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    Turns out the POL is supposed to come with the connector for the ouput. They just forgot to put it in but they are sending it out today to me so luckly i don't have to build my own cable

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