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24 VDC 1880mA Switching Power Supply US and EU
Can this adaptor be used like my old one - input 120vac 60 ha 0.28 A, output 24vac 1500mA
This adapter would not be compatible. This is a DC output where your specs would indicate an Ac output.
Date published: 2015-02-17
can i use this to power the 4x100W TDA7498 Class-D Amplifier Board
I would not recommend this power supply for that amplifier. The minimum recommended current draw for that amp is about 6 amps, this power supply provides less than two. The ideal power supply for it would be this:http://www.parts-express.com/24-vdc-146a-350w-regulated-switching-power-supply--320-316
Date published: 2014-11-19
Will this work as a replacement for a Plug in class 2 transformer. Input: AC 120V 60Hz 500mA, Output: DC 24V 1.5A 36VA?
Yes this will work fine as a replacement for that transformer.
Date published: 2014-02-12
Can i use this with a 2x50W TDA7492 Class-D Amplifier Board (part number 320-301) and get full output
Unfortunately, no this ps will not work with that amplifier board for full output. However if you were to run within the THD into 8 ohm speaker ie 2 x 20W (40W) you might get away with it. However I would not risk it. An 8 ohm speakers are never a steady 8 ohms and if you are playing heavier bass music it is much better to have the current if the amplifer needs it.At minimum I suggest PE# 120-055 and some filtering caps, or use the recommended supply PE# 320-314.
Date published: 2013-08-29
Can this be used as a pinball machine power supply? DC 24V 2.5A 60W?
This entirely depends on the power requirements for the pinball machine. If it requires 24VDC and less than 2.5A current draw, yes this will work.
Date published: 2013-11-05
Can this PSU be used for audio circuits?
I see no reason why not. Switching power supplies have been known for introducing noise into an audio type circuit although this is not always the case.
Date published: 2013-05-01