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    2000 watts of solar power, a generator, Laserjey printer

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    If this 250watt power supply is cheaper then the Opus Why aren't more people using it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by owenjh
    If this 250watt power supply is cheaper then the Opus Why aren't more people using it?
    No shutdown control built in like OPUS. For the extra $10.00 the OPUS handles everything for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by owenjh
    If this 250watt power supply is cheaper then the Opus Why aren't more people using it?
    The OPUS does a lot more then just supply power. It controls startup shutdown sequences, monitors battery voltage, etc. The OPUS is controlled by a microprocessor and is a "SMART" power supply.

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