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    Can somebody identify this PSU?

    I have a power supply that came in a small case with an EVEm motherboard.
    I am trying to find the specs for it.
    Here is everything written on the PSU:
    EVEM_DCDC
    REV:1.0A

    E206922 PS-1

    888
    020228

    The motherboard is an EVEm Mini MicroATX

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Anyone? Anyone?

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    a picture would help
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    I have that PSU. mine is Rev. 1.0B though.

    It came with my U-Buddie system. VIA C3, Samuel-2 core. Don't know how much it's rated for, but I used a 60W AC-DC power brick for it.
    RED 1999 ACURA INTEGRA GSR STOLEN -- CHICAGO 02/27/08
    VIN JH4DC2391XS002416
    PLATE ILLINOIS 5287412
    Team Integra Markings on Rear Quarterpanel Windows
    REPORT TO 911 IF FOUND

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    Here is a pic of that power supply. I am trying to find out the output rating, and also how big of a dropping resistor I should put on the input side to keep from frying it.



    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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    So I should be able to wire this unit directly to the 12V in my car and be safe?
    Does anyone know what the jumper on the unit is for?
    This PSU came with my P6VEM3 MB which I am just getting ready to mount in my car.

    Thanks!

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    Doubt it'll survive crank, but you should be able to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiquidKernel View Post
    Doubt it'll survive crank, but you should be able to.
    OK, so do you have anything useful to contribute to the question?

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    As stated, it should be able to run off your car's 12V, but it will not survive crank. Every other question I have no answer to. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiquidKernel View Post
    As stated, it should be able to run off your car's 12V, but it will not survive crank. Every other question I have no answer to. Cheers.
    So what is that supposed to mean?

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