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  • posted byPerroenbote on 01/26/2016

    Impression:Very good article;

    I bought it before for being used in 3D printing machine. I continue buying this item because it is very accurate, it has good dimensions and is very useful.

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  • posted bycastagna on 01/12/2016

    Impression:ottimo Sono Soddisfatto Pienamente;

    ottimo sono soddisfatto pienamente

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  • posted byAmokka on 03/01/2014

    It seems to surprisingly well build. All soldering was nicely done and the casing protects what needs protecting. A small LED shows when there is power to the system. A small trim pot enables you to adjust output voltage. It does get a bit warm, when max power is pulled for a while, but nothing -... Read more

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  • posted byppaiva on 03/24/2013

    It is a good power supply. I used it with 30 meters of 65714 LED strips consuming something around 12A. It provided a well stabilized 12.2Vcc without any notable noise. It doesn't come with instruction manual to help lay people. It doesn't inform the power consumption. The connections screws well... Read more

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  • posted bystm110 on 01/30/2013

    After using separate power adapters to my RGB-LED:s for a while(one adapter for each strip), I tried this one to replace them all. And it gets the job done! I use four 4m strip. That's about 160W, and 12V x 15A = 180W, so it's good enough. Easy to connect and easy to put away out of sight. You a... Read more

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  • posted bymerseyless on 11/09/2012

    This power supply gives a very clean 12v supply straight off of mains power. I'm currently using this power supply to power a prusa mendle 3D printer after going through 4 ATX computer power supplies rated for 3-5x the wattage of this power supply. This thing runs HOT. the case was completely in... Read more

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  • posted byBTNaylor on 06/19/2012

    Looks Great. Works on both 110V and 220V, just don't forget to change the switch. Has terminal for ground on 3 prong plugs. 2 Negative and 2 Positive DC outs. Voltage is adjustable between 8.53V and 14.06V with V adjustment resistor beside terminals. Really annoying high pitch whine with and a of... Read more

    Inside Case Removed 110V - 220V Switch Overview Terminals

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