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

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAPiens
    That's exactly what I wanna do too: Not enough power?

    How would you combine the two(and sync them)? It's off topic here so if you want you can reply in the provided link.

    your main board IS self protecting itself because of, maybe wrong votage!

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    I would be interested in one of these. Been looking into something like this for awhile. Keep us updated and thanks!

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    more pictures added
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    wiring and switch
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    I neeeeeeed one toooooo! Any idea of lead time DragonBTV?

    Unless someone persuades me to buy an EPIA SP13000 before these are finished

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    when it runs in indoor mode, how does one provide power into the psu?

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    Is it at all possible to say run 2 PSUs in parallel to give 300w?

    I guess this applies to any and all PSUs, but it might be effective since this is so small and cheap...

    I guess we'd have to override one of the shutdown controllers, but could it be disabled in firmware?

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    Dragon -
    I am very interested!! My power supply just got fried and I need one soon. Help!
    I also have no room in my custom case for a big opus.

    To everyone else -
    Anyone know whether this new power supply will work with this setup that I just purchased??
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    Have these been tested with the biostar i know they have issues with opuses and require the mod would this psu need the same mod (or similar) or will it work out of the box
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuckie
    when it runs in indoor mode, how does one provide power into the psu?
    please use an indoor power adapter 220/110v to 12v

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