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    12V 10Amp DC-DC power supply

    Hey guys,

    I was wondering if anyone would be interested in a DC-DC power supply that can run from 7-18V and stabilise the output voltage at 12V with output current of up to 10amps.
    This would be used as a primary power supply when using a PW-60/70/100 in the car.
    As you know PW-60/70/100 dont have regulated 12v line so as the voltage in your cars rail changes so does the 12v coming out of this supply.
    So im looking for an interest in this kind of product before going and making these supplies on the wide scale.
    Also how much would you pay for something like this?
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    have you seen the carnetix regulators?
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    sounds alot like the carnetix regulator

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic
    have you seen the carnetix regulators?
    beat me by a minute
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    How much are they asking for those units?
    And its only 5.5Amps...
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    there are 120w ones at ~19v

    would your unit include a startup/shutdown controller?
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    never mind i got the prices
    Its $84.95 for 1260 and $104.95 for 1280.

    Im think I can offer same kind of supply for alot cheaper price.

    I wonder whats the interest on one of these among the guys here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic
    there are 120w ones at ~19v

    would your unit include a startup/shutdown controller?
    Why would you need 19V when powering PW-60/70/100?
    Yes i can include shutdown controlers and other output power lines like +5v its pretty simple.

    Edit: Hey dude by the way join us @ www.fordlaser.com/forum I see you driving TX3 as well.
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    you wouldnt :P
    cool

    i think i'm on the forum already somwhere, havent visited it in ages tho
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    how do you propose to acheive 12V@10A meeting the ATX spec for a lot cheaper than the carnetix?

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