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    Default Looking for US source for PSU

    Does anyone know where to get these PSU's from the US? I've Googled myself silly trying to track them down.

    Ideally 120v ac in, and differential output with +/- 15-18 volts.

    Fry's carries them but seem permanently out of stock.

    http://i15.ebayimg.com/05/i/000/ag/a8/8e11_1.JPG

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    Welcome to my world! I have also been googling like crazy trying to find one for something I am working on.

    You didn't include current draw if you can get away with 800ma this might work.

    http://www.powersupplydepot.com/prod...oduct=16401+PS

    I am looking for +- 24vdc at about 5 amps in the smallest most compact package available.
    you usually can also get two +15 volt supplies and tie the + of one to the - of the other and use the connected ones as ground. Be careful with switching types and make sure that the - isn't tied to ground some are some are not.

    Chad


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    We have been using stuff from XP Power...

    http://www.xppower.com/productSelect...&gri=2&lang=US

    The build quality seems second to none, and the supplies we use (ECM40's) are nice and small...

    This might be worth a shot, just spin a tall story!!

    http://www.xppower.com/SamplesUS.php?gri=2&lang=US

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    Thanks...

    I didn't see the price list - any idea how much for a +/- 15v one with enough current for an X/Y 20K scanner set?

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    Thanks for the link I will take a good look there.

    I have been looking here
    http://www.lambdapower.com/products/...index.htm#acdc

    chad


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    this a good one if your want one pos/neg 24v powersupply:

    http://www.ipdpower.com/catalog/product.asp?id=383

    srw-115-2004


    If you need also 15v pos/neg and also 5v/20 amps

    use 2 of these:

    http://www.ipdpower.com/catalog/product.asp?id=381

    SRW-100-4003

    of course connected so that you get 24v-


    If you need +-24v

    this is the one: http://www.ipdpower.com/catalog/product.asp?id=399
    SRP-25-2005
    Last edited by edison; 09-12-2009 at 14:51.

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    Default good powersupply dealer

    I was looking for a good powersupply and i found a supplier with i think a good variety of several supplies. Cheap ones and some beter quality ones.

    http://www.psui.com/cgi-bin/shopper....eywords=cfm100

    the link is the cheap one (5v/20amps) for powering the modules

    there,s also a 2.5 amps/24v one

    CFM60S240

    and the size is only 125mm by 76 mm

    This one is even smaller 101.6mm by 50 mm and it delivers at 5v/20 amps!!!

    http://www.psui.com/cgi-bin/shopper....keywords=pm100

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    15vdc @ 5A I think those are adjustable too
    Check out the NFS100 series on Digikey.
    http://search.digikey.com/scripts/Dk...ds=NFS110-7915

    Or on ebay:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=300263348121

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    Cool

    I've always been pleased with the units from AllElectronics.com myself... Very affordable, and available in just about any voltage and current range.

    Adam

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    Buffo: I've always been pleased with the units from AllElectronics.com myself... Very affordable, and available in just about any voltage and current range.



    Try buy something from them when your living in the netherlands

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