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Computer power from 12-14 v car input.

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Joe Plane, Oct 13, 2003.

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  1. Joe Plane

    Joe Plane Guest

    Does anyone know of a prebuilt unit (without going to 120V AC then
    back to 12V) that can output the voltages (+- 12v, +-5v, 3.3v)
    necessary for a computer that uses a car's 12-14v range?
     
  2. Spajky

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    making it by yourself?
    http://users.volja.net/jerman55/AutoPSU-atx.zip

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  3. Rein Wiehler

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    look at this place under powersupplies http://www.propac.se/

    rw
     
  4. Also, try http://www.keypower.com and click on DC-DC power.


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