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Sure Electronics PS-SP11154 24 VDC 14.6A 350W Regulated Switching Power Supply
Will this support 2ea Sure 4x100 amplifiers (320-335) and what would be their anticipated power out? Would it be better to have 2ea smaller power supplies, 1 for each amplifier and if so, which one?
Those amps will work best with one of these power supplies to each.
Date published: 2015-10-30
I would like to use this to power 24 VDC powered motors requiring 5 amps or less. Will his unit work?
Yes this will work for that application.
Date published: 2015-05-28
What screw thread should I use to attach brackets to the side of the power supply?
Unfortunately we do not have thread information for the tapped holes on the power supplies. You should be able to bring one into a hardware store and find the proper fitting screws.
Date published: 2015-05-07
What's in the box? Do I need to buy anything else? Does it include plugs/cables/wires? I'm planning to power either 2x100 TDA7498 or 2x100 TK2050 for the low frequencies in a bi-amped, active crossover with my ESS AMT Monitor 6ohm (93db) speakers.
This power supply is shipped with an ungrounded AC power cable as well as a 2.5 x 5.5mm DC power cable. Both have bare wire ends for connection to the power supply.
Date published: 2015-01-05
I am a little confused how the voltage is related to the +V and -V terminals. Does it mean that +V is +24V and -V is -24V? Or is the 24V the difference and +V is +12V and -V is -12V?
Since this is a DC output, you will simply use one of the V+ terminals and one of the V- terminals which will provide 24 VDC. This power supply has three of each so multiple devices could potentially be powered from one power supply.
Date published: 2014-11-26
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