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Thread: small size 150W(7-18v) with shut down controller

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    Small size 150W ATX power supply with ITPS
    Features
    1. Both indoor use and carpc use which can be switched
    2. Full 150w output even when at +7V input
    3. Capable for P4 main board
    4. +7V to +18V input and wrong wired protection
    5. Car battery over drain protection
    6. Auto start and shut down procedure for carpc usages
    7. Extra ability on preventing the harmful carpc LOCK/RESTART problem while you starting the engine which was reported on almost ALL other power supplies
    8. High efficiency of 92%
    9. Really the smallest size of 130x66x48
    10. Temperature controlled cooling Fan in order to lower noise
    11. All side mounting design for mount anywhere
    12. Lower price and three month produce return service policy

    Inbox:
    1. 150W DC-DC power supply
    2. 3 wires input cable
    3. 20 wires ATX output cable
    4. 5 plugs accessory output cable
    5. 2 wires power button or main board control cable
    6. Instruction Manuel

    Wiring your power supply:
    1. Connect the 3 wires input cable to your car battery or indoor power adapter DIRECTLY with RED to the positive of the battery or adapter, BLACK to the negative.
    2. Connect the YELLOW of the 3 wires input cable to the car lock and ignition control (ACC) DIRECTLY. If your use the power supple with in door adapter, connect this YELLOW to the positive output or left it open with no connection.
    3. Connect the main board control cable between main board power swith pin and B port if you are using this power supply with your carpc system and be sure to switch the mode switch to mode CAR position. Jump to step 5.
    4. Connect your case power button to port A with the 2 wires power button cable if you are using this power supply with you indoor desktop device.
    7. Connect the 20 wires ATX output cable between this power supply and your main board.
    8. Connect the 5 plugs accessory output cable with your other device egg. Hard disk, soft disk drive, CDROM. If you are using an old model of P4 main board, be sure to plug in the additional +12V plug to the main board.
    9. Switch on your car if you use carpc or press the case power button if you use a desktop system to turn on your device.

    Carpc ON/OFF procedure:


    to be continued....

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    Hi..

    Any updates on this??
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    crap! i just bought a opus

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    The ITPS is a specific product made by iTuner... (presumably it stands for "iTuner Power Sequencer") http://www.mini-itx.de/iTuner/itps01.jpg

    Perhaps you mean it contains a SDC (shutdown controller), because it obviously doesn't contain an ITPS.

    On a sidenote, from an elecrical engineer's standpoint, I like how all the small parts are mounted on small vertical PCB's, that's a pretty cool idea for saving space, especially when there's already tall components on the board so the vertical boards aren't obtrusive...
    But don't take it from me! here's a quote from a real, live newbie:
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    any more details on indoor use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonBTV
    Battery protection? YES
    reprogrammable? NO
    Is it as stupid as the ITPS? YES almost the same as OPUS150

    I am writing the Instraction, please somebody correct my poor English.
    So you can't adjust the timings?

    No problem with the engish
    Quote Originally Posted by dragonBTV
    Small size 150W ATX power supply with ITPS
    Features
    1. Both indoor use and carpc use which can be switched
    2. Full 150w output even when at +7V input
    3. Capable for P4 main board
    4. +7V to +18V input and wrong wired protection
    5. Car battery over drain protection
    6. Auto start and shut down procedure for carpc usages
    7. Extra ability on preventing the harmful carpc LOCK/RESTART problem while you starting the engine which was reported on almost ALL other power supplies
    8. High efficiency of 92%
    9. Really the smallest size of 130x66x48
    10. Temperature controlled cooling Fan in order to lower noise
    11. All side mounting design for mount anywhere
    12. Lower price and three month produce return service policy

    Inbox:
    1. 150W DC-DC power supply
    2. 3 wires input cable
    3. 20 wires ATX output cable
    4. 5 plugs accessory output cable
    5. 2 wires power button or main board control cable
    6. Instruction Manuel

    Wiring your power supply:
    1. Connect the 3 wires input cable to your car battery or indoor power adapter DIRECTLY with RED to the positive of the battery or adapter, BLACK to the negative.
    2. Connect the YELLOW of the 3 wires input cable to the car lock and ignition control (ACC) DIRECTLY. If your use the power supple with in door adapter, connect this YELLOW to the positive output or left it open with no connection.
    3. Connect the main board control cable between main board power swith pin and B port if you are using this power supply with your carpc system and be sure to switch the mode switch to mode CAR position. Jump to step 5.
    4. Connect your case power button to port A with the 2 wires power button cable if you are using this power supply with you indoor desktop device.
    7. Connect the 20 wires ATX output cable between this power supply and your main board.
    8. Connect the 5 plugs accessory output cable with your other device egg. Hard disk, soft disk drive, CDROM. If you are using an old model of P4 main board, be sure to plug in the additional +12V plug to the main board.
    9. Switch on your car if you use carpc or press the case power button if you use a desktop system to turn on your device.

    Carpc ON/OFF procedure:


    to be continued....
    I think that featrures #2 & #4 can be combined into one.: 2. Full 150w output from +7V to +18V input with reverse protection.

    9. Really the smallest size of 130x66x48
    should read:
    9. Small size of 130x66x48 (UNITS! cm? in? meters?)

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    9. pretty sure they are mm.... pretty standard in most countries too... xcept the US I guess... But yes, I'd put it in units, and also add the measurement in inches (1inch = 2.54cm)

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    Looks like an exciting product! Do you think it would power the following?

    Asus Micro ATX motherboard
    AMD Athlon 1800 XP
    1 Stick 256mb DDR memory
    PCI wireless
    20gb laptop hard drive
    combination cdrw/DVD Rom
    2 80mm system fans
    video and sound are both onboard.

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    def interested. When is this coming out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    9. Small size of 130x66x48 (UNITS! cm? in? meters?)
    It have to be in mm. You know how big it is in cm? That is bigger than 3f x 2f x 1f. I wouldn't consider it a small size
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