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Missing power supply

What is the volt/amp output of the power supply for the studiomouse wireless?

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Output of Factory AC/DC Adaptor: 5.6V DC  600mA

Posted on Aug 04, 2008

  • Thom Hancock Aug 04, 2008

    Forgot to post to solution:  Center of adaptor is positive



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Probably due to the power supply is limited in it's power output. I'll bet it's not much higher than a 10 amp rating at 12 volts, the amp is designed to work with 14,4 volts and will draw at least 20 amps meaning it will take 300 watts of power to run that amp. If you limit the current to 10 amps that means it will need 30 volts to make up for the amperage that isn't there. Since your power supply cannot do that it just puts out what it can and ends up at the bare minimum before your amp will just shut off.

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The 3.4 should be for the microprocessor area and comes from the standby portion of the power supply-----that voltage should be on all the time so look carefully where it comes from---some sets use a op-amp IC to switch it on etc and others a relay---

Like a car with no power or voltage start at the battery working outwards.

With that voltage missing the set should have no operation at all.

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The primary is 12 volts, this is just 1/20th of the secondary 240 volt output. Since the best you can ever get is 100% efficiency -this means you'll need to supply 20 times the current. 1.25 Amps (at 240V) x 20 = 25 Amps (at 12V). As a check, from above Ohm's law that states Watts=Volts X Amps we get: 12VDC x 25Amps = 300Watts. Check!

Some side notes. The Ohms law used above is for DC circuits and purely resistive loads on AC circuits. I do not know what your 1.25 A @ 240VAC load is - but I suspect it won't be purely resistive. Also, since we're working with an electronic inverter as opposed to a transformer and DC rectifier there are some things that push losses higher. You might need to provide a 30 Amp 12 VDC source voltage in order to provide the 1.25A @ 240VAC output. Lastly, I wouldn't not run the output at maximum for long periods of time - or at all. 1 Amp @ 240VAC would be much better.

I hope this answered your question & good luck! Please rate my reply - thank you.

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good luck!!hope this help you..

your rate is important to this help.tnx..

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