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Fellows Power SHRED PS40 power adapter MD# BC1512(PS48-3) 120V A/C INPUT 39W 15V D/C OUTPUT 20W CLASS 2
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Can u turn car amplifier into power amplifier for indoor use


sure if you have a big enough power supply to keep it running! Your looking at either a car battery that will need to be constantly charged up or buying a power supply that will cost way more than any regular house amplfer wiill ever cost you unless iit's super hgh end. (I have a bad I key on my keyboard sorry about that.) The power supply needed for a car amp will have to be able to put out between 11.5 to 15.0 Volts constantly and supply a constant current or Amp ratiing between 25A to 150A to keep the amp from frying depending on how big of an amp you're talking about. A 14.4 volt 25A power supply can power a Class AB amplfer that has a total output of 250 Watts, Thats like equal to 3 regular Battery Chargers working together at full output! They wouldn't last very long if even be able to do kit for more than 1 hour before melting or shutting down. So as you see a power supply to power car amps will have to be rated very high even for a small wattage amplfer. You get up near 1000 watts and you'll go broke trying to buy a power supply that can keep it runnng, they are not cheap by any means, I cannot even imagiine what a 14.4 Volt constant 100 amp 100% duty cycle output power supply would cost, my guess would be between $500 to $1000. Even a typical stick welder s limted to around 30 Volts 30 Amps and 30% duty cycle drawing from 220 volts! They arn't cheap and what you would need has to be way better than that. So, yes, you can but how much is it worth to you to do it safely? That's why they make home stereos.

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Power drains


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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Looking for schematics of ATX200-3516 ASTEC power supply. When i plug in a dc motor i have a peak of current firstly more than 6 Amps (6 amps is max rating at 12 Volts in such supply). So It shut the...


If your power supply is rated 6 AMPS and your motor is rated 14 amps peek, then when that motor starts it will draw the 14 AMPS, That will trip the power supply right then and there. After it runs a few seconds the AMPS will drop about ½ that, but still 7 AMPS is more then the power supply is rated, so you will need a different power supply.

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Just paid over 1,500 last year an has not rungood since. starts up real good, but once aair is turned on it stops running, or it might run one air at times. on my way back to michigan an not a happy...


This generator is a 5KW model. This means it can supply up to 5000 watts of power, total. Not all devices list the watts they need to be provided - instead these devices list the power they need as volts and amps. This can make it hard to determine what the actual watt requirements are for the device.

Overly simplified, watts is equal volts times amps (watts = volts x amps). A single 120 volt light bulb that uses .833 amps consumes 100 watts. If you checked a regular 100 watt light bulb with an ammeter, you'd find it does indeed draw .833 amps.

Working the formula a different way, we can learn how many amps this 5000 watt generator can supply at 120 volts, too. If all the loads you need to connect to this generator are 120 volt types, that means the total amount of amps the generator can supply is 5000 watts / 120 volts = 41 amps purely resistive loads (like a toaster or light bulb) maximum under ideal conditions. There is never a time when ideal actually happens, and not all loads are purely resistive - many are inductive. Inductive loads are motors (like your A/C), fluorescent lamps, computer power supplies, etc. - so figure more like around 30 amps total instead.

If you try to connect devices that require more than 30 - 35 amps, the generator will probably have problems trying to supply this load for any longer that a short length of time. Additionally, motors like those in A/C compressors draw significantly more power when first starting and can cause the problem you are describing. Try running the generator with loads other then the A/C to see how well it can supply the load(s). Or try running only 1 A/C unit and other non-A/C loads.

What I'm trying to tell you is that you may need to do some active load management to be sure that you aren't trying to get more power out of the generator than it is capable of supplying. You may need additional generators or swap this one to a larger size to handle the load properly and safely.

I hope this helps & good luck!

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Lost power supply and the box doesnt state the voltage or amp requirement.


The power supply is 12 Volt, the center pin is +. i'm currently using a 1 amp replacement power supply(as the origional one burned out years ago), so anything > 1 amp @12 volts will work

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Fellowes powershred PS40 needs power supply . what is operating voltage and amp draw thanks


Fellows Power SHRED PS40 power adapter MD# BC1512(PS48-3) 120V A/C INPUT 39W 15V D/C OUTPUT 20W CLASS 2
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The green power light on the PSU is on but the machine will not power up PSU is an HP5188-2627. The machine (HP m7580uk) has been on for an extended period of time but was working fine until it was finally...


Power supply failure, or the Power On switch. (Behind the Power On button)

My money's on the power supply failure.

Why?
It's the leading case of computer failure. The power supply is the 'Heart' of a computer. (Processor is the 'Brain', Motherboard is the 'Building Block')

Computer was on for an extended length of time? Was the computer ever turned off, and the inside of the computer cleaned out on a regular basis?
(Power supply also)

Normal procedure is to unplug the computer from power, open the computer case, and use a can of compressed air for computers.

Power supply light is on?
This is what is going on.

Computer power supply's are rated in Wattage, for power.
Voltage times Amperage = Wattage

The HP 5188-2627 power supply, supplies three main voltages. It has three main voltage power rails.

1) The 3.3 Volt rail
2) The 5 Volt rail
3) The 12 Volt rail

Your power supply has a weak voltage rail.

A) ALL the lights use less than 1 Watt of power.
B) EACH fan uses 2 to 3 Watts
C) A typical Processor uses 55 to 125 Watts.

There isn't enough power from the power supply to turn the Processor on.

Solution is to replace the power supply.
It may seem a little daunting for someone replacing a computer power supply, the first time.

After you have replaced one, it becomes easier.
Essentially you are just opening the computer case, unplugging the power cables from the power supply to the various hardware components, and removing the power supply.

To install just reverse these steps.

The power supply in your computer is a 300 Watt power supply. (Maximum wattage)

The size, and shape of the power supply, is one that is used in over 90% of personal computers.
ATX

What I would I recommend for a replacement?
Not one of the cheap quailty Hi-Pro's that HP used, that's for sure!

An OCZ StealthXStream 400 Watt is what I would recommend.
Why?

1) It will fit
2) It has a 140 Millimeter fan compared, to the 80mm fan that your old power supply has.

A larger fan means it will run quieter, due to the fact that it won't have to turn as fast, in order to put out as much air.
Will actually put out more air than that 80mm fan, and will spin slower.

3) Has two 12 Volt power rails.
One 12 Volt rail can deliver 17 Amps.
The other 12 Volt rail can deliver 14 Amps.

You can add the two 12 Volt power rail Amp's together, for 31 Amps.

Means less strain for the power supply, to keep up with the tasks.
(Your old power supply probably has an 18 Amp, 12 Volt power rail)

4) Has all the power cables you'll need.

5) Price, and reliable quality.

This is one place that carries them,

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4675269&CatId=1078

There are other places also. Not advertising for the above website, nor the power supply manufacturer.
Just my personal preference, based on experience with both.

A computer only uses the power it needs, and NO more.
If you install a 1000 Watt power supply in your computer, and the computer only needs 100 Watts, it only uses 100 Watts.

(Surfing the internet typically uses 100 Watts of power. Like a 100 Watt light bulb)

This may help guide you in replacing the power supply,

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/362

Jan 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Just installed new steam shower, it produces steam for about 5 minutes and then blows the fuse


Based from your comments, a new steam shower that blows the fuse in five minutes. You could have installed a new steam shower that is much bigger than what you previously have.
1. For a 5000 watts steam shower at 220 volts
power must have a fuse rating of 40 amps, supply
wires of at least No. 6 AWG Type THW ; and at
110 volts a fuse rating of 80Amps, supply wires
of at least No. 2 AWG type THW.
2. For a 4000 watts at 220 volts, Fuse: 30 amps,
Supply wire: No. 10 AWG type THW. At 110volts
60 amps, Supply wires : No. 4 AWG Type THW
3. For a 3000 watts at 220 volts, Fuse: 20 amps
Supply wire: No. 10 AWG type THW; At 110volts
Fuse: 40 amps, Supply wire: No. 6 AWG THW
4. For a 2000 watts at 220 volts, Fuse: 15 amps
Supply wire: No. 10 AWG THW and at 110 volts
Fuse: 30 amps, Supply wire: No, 8 AWG THW

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20-Volt DC Power Supply instead of 12-Volt amp


Here's a few things that come to mind. An auto charging system will operate normally from about 11 Volts to about 14.5 Volts, depending on what is operating (lights, blower,etc), and whether the vehicle is at idle or not. Most car amps will operate from about 10.5 to 16.5 Volts, and outside that range, they will probably shut down.
Another consideration is your 20 volt power supply. You didn't mention if it is a DC power supply, but it needs to be. The other factor is its output, meaning its amperage rating. I'm figuring it will need to put about 5 amps, at the least, for the Sony to put out some watts. I think the line fuses of the Sony are rated @ 25 amps each.
I don't like this type of situation, because I want to say 'try it and see what happens" and I want to say 'don't do it, something may blow".
If you decide to try the 20Volt power supply, maybe if you put smaller rated fuses (say 10 amp) in the Sony amp, they will act as a fail safe. Good luck!

Jul 26, 2009 | Sony Xplod XM-554ZR Car Audio Amplifier

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