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    dc dc 120 watt here it is

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...&category=3670

    or do a search on ebay.com with

    VIA Mini ITX DC DC 120 WATT ATX Converter PSU


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    Saw this on linitx.org. Someone is doing the 120w mod to the pw-60 and selling them. If the price stays $24 then its a good price, it if goes over 40 then you might just as well buy a pw60 and mod it yourself.

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    How are they MODing them...I still have my 60 that is collecting dust...
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    this is something to look out for..

    NOTE: Our re-work person is out for the week so I performed this mod myself. My hand is not good, so please excuse this messy job. However we will have this modification as a standard offer, performed by a professional worker. If you don't see this offer on our on-line store, please add this this line in the comment field: PLEASE ADD 120WATT MOD for +$10.

    so thats like $60 for a 120 watt dc-dc psu
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    Can this thing be hooked-up directly to the battery without a regulator? That's what the eBay listing claims.

    I would only require the 60 watt power supply, I thought the original 60 watt version didn't regulate.....

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    Sounds like their 60 -> 120w conversion only beefs up the 12v Rail. What gives?

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    http://www.mini-box.com/faqpw60.htm

    The power supply manufacture states you could use this to go up to 14 volts on a lead battery but anything higher you should use two diodes.

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    If you read their FAQ, they are coming out with an adapter that will up the input voltage as well as allow ingnition on and auto shutdown!!

    This may be some Opus competition....FINALLY

    Here is the quote from the FAQ:

    NOTE: This portion of the FAQ was written in March 2003. By May-June 2003, we will have 9-18V inverter that will connect to your PW-60 OR PW-70. This inverter will be able to sense ignition and shut-off/on your PC in a safe manner. Please check our website, www.mini-box.com, soon.
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    This is awesome, I must of missed it. I hope the price would be reasonable too.

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