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    Default 12v 50a sm psu

    I have 2 "Mean Well" SE-600-12 switch mode PSU's for sale. They are in pristine condition and virtually unused. They accept 110V or 230V inputs and provides 12VDC @ 50A output. They are fan cooled and virtually silent in operation. New price for these is around 95. I am looking for 50 each, plus postage.

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    I have 6 of these and they are so well protected and built...have not heard of one being killed or dead to date.......
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    Yeah, theyre amazing bit of kit. Still got a couple more which i'm gonna keep.

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    Bit to high...
    Did a search on ebay..BIN is 35usd, still it is a 15v 40A

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    A little bump for these.

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    Another bump, offers or trades accepted.

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    How much in US$?

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    It works out to $74 each. Or i'll do both for $135

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    Bump for these.

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    Do these come equipped with any voltage tweaking pot ? Can they go a little higher than 12V ?
    Their website lacks output specs .... and a pdf file
    Can these run in current control ?
    Piotr.K

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