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    Switched power supply

    I am looking for a solution to power my computer when I park my car for the night, I want the pc to be on because I am mounting a camera in my car for theft protection. Anyway can I use this switched powersupply to power my PC I know it takes appr 10 A and the powersupply is rated 210W so it should be enough.

    http://www.clasohlson.se/shop/store/...3A34+AM#q11685

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    Quote Originally Posted by weekendowel
    I am looking for a solution to power my computer when I park my car for the night, I want the pc to be on because I am mounting a camera in my car for theft protection. Anyway can I use this switched powersupply to power my PC I know it takes appr 10 A and the powersupply is rated 210W so it should be enough.

    http://www.clasohlson.se/shop/store/...3A34+AM#q11685
    Aren't you going to kill your battery doing that?
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    I have a power outlet 220V on my parking space that I will use to power the PC when itīs parked over night, but my question is if I can use a switched power supply or will it cause problems?

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