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Sure Electronics 12 VDC 29A 348W Regulated Switching Power Supply
what terminals do I connect the amplifier to???
The Amplifier can be connected to the +V ( any of the 3) and the -V (any of the 3)
Date published: 2014-12-17
how do I hook up the power cord to unit
This comes with a 2 wire 110VAC power cord. Connect to the N and the L for the AC connect.
Date published: 2014-12-16
If I use Part #110-100 (grounded pwr cord) what color wire goes to N and what color wire goes to L on pwr supply connection? I'm assuming black goes to the ground symbol. This is valuable info since this thing doesn't come with instructions
On an AC line, the white/red conductor is the neutral which will go to N, the black is line and will go to L, the green is ground which goes to the terminal labeled with the ground symbol.
Date published: 2014-09-17
I just bought this unit, is there a diagram showing what connects to where? Going to run 2 small amps and a head unit.
The amp is labeled in terms of inputs and outputs. if you need help with the hookup, please contact our tech support for more help, email@example.com or 800-338-0531 x1.
Date published: 2014-09-09
was wondering would this puppy run a rockford forsgate 4 channel 250 rms but amp has a 50 amp fuse, for now just will control it from a laptop i haven't recieved the power supply yet was just wondering when it arrived will this work
This will power the amplifier but it will not allow for full output.
Date published: 2014-08-01
How many strips of 16ft RGB LED lights can this power, I need about 40 ft.
We usually recommend about 3 amps per strip so this will easily handle 40 feet. You will need a high powered controller in order to power that length.
Date published: 2014-05-27