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Thread: `NEW' Small DC-DC ATX Power Supply

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    Lol should we start offering up some sort of monies to him?

    I'd pay 100-130 bucks for the dc-dc (american dollars).

    Kaboom, give us a shout to let us know if you're still in the game here.

    Cheers!

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    Originally posted by defsquad

    Jeff, are you goign to be building a competing model? Possibly with your shutdown unit built on and integrated? With some competition the price would have to get cheap for us, the lowly
    I am allready selling my supply for 159 plus shipping. I think mine is smaller than his, but i can't quite tell from his picture. I am still working on the serial interface for my shutdown controller, last night I got the port turned on and talking to hyperterminal. It is going to have a simple but powerfull interface to enter the features over a serial port.

    I have pictures of my supply on my webpage, and at www.mpegbox.org

    I am considering making a higher power model that can power more than a celeron 800. But until I finish the shutdown controler, I won't have anything.

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    Jeff,

    Wasn't your psu cheaper than that in the passed? Oh well, I need a dc-dc so bad right now. Your mobo is atx and at least 100w correct?

    I'm still debating on what to do about a new mobo, etc, I"m really into this wifi thing now, I wanna get wireless net on my car so I can at least xfer between my home boxen and my carpc and also hopefully hop on some exposed wifi networks as i'm roling around town

    Thanks Jeff.

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    I am new to the board...

    Looking for 12 v dc solutions, I have seen referances to
    Sproggy PS and MPBS1 - ATX DC-DC 12 Volt by ZootJeff

    what else is available?

    The DC to DC solution seems much better than an inverter.

    Considering an SV25 (pIII) or SS50 (P4) system maybe already in the Spacewalker case from shuttle.

    Any thoughts or suggestions are welcome.

    Thanks in advance
    TruckinMP3

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    KABOOM YOU ALIVE

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    thanks for the support

    Thanks, both for the fast reply and the information.

    A few more bits of planning then I need to build it.... the time is the bigest barrier ;-)

    TruckinMP3

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    I need a dc-dc psu that can run a p3-733, I want to hurry up and get one soon, i'll either be moving to a shuttle sv25 mobo or the wafer 7850. So, as long as jeff's or kabooms can power that, i'd be happy.

    Anyway, jeff or kaboom if you cats are still there, lemme know. I'll be which ever one.

    thanks!

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    I was looking around for options and found this:
    Computer Power Supply

    http://www.amtrade.com/pc_power/swit...upplies.htm#13

    ATX 12V Power Supply for 1U & 2U Chassis

    CP-300P2-P4 300W ATX P4 Power for 2U Rackmount
    UL/UL+C/TUV/CB $ 85.00

    Has anyone delt with them, good/bad otherwise?
    It is bigger than the custom ones I have seen referenced here but the size difference does not matter much to me, I am installing in the extra cab of a toyota truck.

    Thanks

    TruckinMP3

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    Originally posted by TruckinMP3
    I was looking around for options and found this:
    Computer Power Supply

    http://www.amtrade.com/pc_power/swit...upplies.htm#13

    ATX 12V Power Supply for 1U & 2U Chassis

    CP-300P2-P4 300W ATX P4 Power for 2U Rackmount
    UL/UL+C/TUV/CB $ 85.00

    That is not a DC-DC power supply. That ATX 12V is the extra 12v connector needed for some P4 systems.

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    The one right below the one brought up by the link is a 12VDC input to ATX output power supply.

    I called them last week on the prices for these and the 150 W is $198 US and the 300 W is actually $228 US.

    Kinda pricey to me..... Plus they didn't have either in stock and couldn't give me an idea when them might have some in stock. The lady on the phone sounded like is was in the process of working in a Chinesse Laundry.....

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