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Thread: Finally!....found a 12V DC/DC convertor for ATX PC's!!!

  1. #11
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    Originally posted by Tony S:
    <STRONG>Well, I broke down and bought the Keypower DC/DC converter.

    I gotta say first that the people in the South Plainfield office were pretty nice and answered all my questions both over the phone and when I went to pick it up. Construction looks and feels solid and there's a 2 year warranty. Sweet. They also gave me a little break on the price. Can't wait to hear.......or is that NOT hear?...this baby. Cheers!</STRONG>

    I got this power supply too...about a day ago...and I'm wondering how you hook it up to the car battery? Does the ground go to chassis ground and the positive terminal on the battery to the power supply positive? Or do you have to do two wires (pos/neg) to the battery, AND one to the chassis ground?
    2001 Honda Civic
    Mp3 player under construction

  2. #12
    Constant Bitrate
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    Keep us informed of the keystone ATX dc-dc psu. I would like to know does it generate heat? Does it need a fan? and how big is it? I know the arise 865V doesn't have alot of power but the nice thing it after hours of running it is still cold to the touch.

    Awol
    Awol

    my $0.02 cents (value is based on the intelligence of the person reading this message)

  3. #13
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    yes, i too would like to know how to hook that bad boy up. as i am looking for a power supply to use.

    messer
    (replicant on efnet)
    Messer
    aka replicant on efnet

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