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Any wide range input VDC ATX power source?

Discussion in 'General Electronics Discussion' started by carlose.morais, Oct 10, 2013.

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  1. carlose.morais

    carlose.morais

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    Hi folks.

    I need help. I need an ATX power source but it has to mach some specifications.

    It should be 150W and should have an input range from, at least 19 to 60VDC, in other words, a combination between an 24 with ans 48V power sources

    I was reading at this file that they exist but I did a deep search on google and all catalogues I have here and nothing.


    http://www.psma.com/sites/default/files/Wide Input Voltage Range in DC Systems.pdf

    Anyone knows a power source with those specifications or a good website to search for them??


    Cheers. Wink
     
  2. pebe

    pebe

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    Do you mean an output range of 19 to 60VDC?
     
  3. carlose.morais

    carlose.morais

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    No, the input.

    As it´s an ATX, it´s output doesn´t change the value is it different for each pin.
     
  4. pebe

    pebe

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    I thought the input to an ATX was specified as 110v or 240V nominal.
    My error.
     
  5. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    There are small ATX PSU units available that have a 12VDC input
    I have used these in a couple of projects

    Dave
     
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