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Help to start a DC/ATX power supply

Discussion in 'Power Electronics' started by thomasvl, Aug 2, 2017.

  1. thomasvl

    thomasvl

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    Aug 2, 2017
    Hello guys,

    I would like to be able to start my DC/ATX power supply by myself but I can't find a component to do it. My input signal is an ON/OFF signal, so it will be low only for a short time. I thought about using a relay, with my PS_ON signal as my output, but since ON_OFF signal is low for a short time, my relay will pass my PS_ON from high to low only for a short time also, which means my power supply will work only during some ms.

    I then thought about using a flipflop, with a quartz for my clock but it will be too fast and problem will be the same as before, my PS_ON won't stay low.

    I would like to have smething which could make my PS_ON change its state everytime my ON_OFF goes low.

    If you have any idea, it will be more than welcome ^^

    Thanks a lot for your help

    Thomas
     
  2. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    read your post, don't really understand what you are trying to do ??

    if you are trying to remote control the PSU, here is some info .......

    PS_ON# is an active-low, TTL-compatible signal that allows a motherboard to remotely control the power supply in conjunction with features such as soft on/off, Wake on LAN*, or wake-on-modem. When PS_ON# is pulled to TTL low, the power supply should turn on the four main DC output rails: +12VDC, +5VDC, +3.3VDC and -12VDC. When PS_ON# is pulled to TTL high or open-circuited, the DC output rails should not deliver current and should be held at zero potential with respect to ground. PS_ON# has no effect on the +5VSB output, which is always enabled whenever the AC power is present. Table 14 lists PS_ON# signal characteristics. The power supply shall provide an internal pull-up to TTL high. The power supply shall also provide de-bounce circuitry on PS_ON# to prevent it from oscillating on/off at startup when activated by a mechanical switch. The DC output enable circuitry must be SELV- compliant. The power supply shall not latch into a shutdown state when PS_ON# is driven active by pulses between 10ms to 100ms during the decay of the power rails.
     
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