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24 VDC 14.6A 350W Regulated Switching Power Supply
Building a portable boombox I can use around the house. Going to use this power supply with the 2x100 amp. Wanted FM as an option and wondered how I could connect a marine stereo unit (12V) to this power supply if at all possible.
Not recommended. You should power the radio with a separate 12vdc supply.
Date published: 2014-10-18
I purchased this PSU to supply power to a Sure AA-AB33182 # 320-335 amp. May the 2nd of 3 V+\- sets be used to power a miniDSP2x4 which requires 4.5 to 24 VDC at the same time as the amp? Thank you
Yes, as long as the output voltage is set no higher than 24 VDC.
Date published: 2014-10-08
I want to run the 100x4 amp. Will this psu pull the 14.6 amps all the time. Or just what the amp needs. I have a 20 amp fuse in my buiding. +other electronic things Will it trip.
This will only draw the current that the amplifier needs.
Date published: 2014-09-17
will this power supply work in Australia
Yes this will accept anything from 110-220 VAC input.
Date published: 2014-07-15
What gauge AC power cord should be used? would an 18 gauge be acceptable to use?
16 gauge is recommended for use with these power supplies. If the length of the cable run is only a few inches, 18 gauge will be fine.
Date published: 2014-04-10
Can this be used to charge to batteries in a series?
I am wanting to build a speaker project with one of the sure amps in it and run it off of two batteries connected in a series to get 24 volts. I Want to know if I could connect this directly to those batteries or if it would overcharge and ruin them or if anyone has any insight on how to do this...
I am assuming you are using Lead Acid Batteries?Charging separate batteries in series requires much more circuitry than just hooking up a power supply, and can be dangerous if attempted. Voltage differences between the two and the large amount of current available from this ps will lead to gassing and various other nasty things.There are lot of things you can do though, but it all depends on your application.Do you want to use the amp while charging? I suggest finding a single 24 volt lead acid battery and 'smart' switching low noise charger.Don't mind charging between uses? Charge each battery separately or charge them in parallel with a 12 volt 'smart' charger.
Date published: 2013-01-29