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21st 2005f December, 2005

Simple but powerful bench power supply

by @ 0:04. Filed under News
Power supply
I find myself in my garage way to many times in the small hours of the day trying to find a suitable power supply to power what-ever-I’m-doing at the moment. And everytime I do this I look at an old atx power supply and thing – Hmm, I’ve got that 12v there… but…
But of course someone has done this for you already and have a look at this if you need a small project to hide yourself away with during the long christmas dinners coming up. It should take about an hour or two to complete and you get a ps that can give you +5,+12,-5 and -12. Connecting between +5 and -5 will give you 10v and so on, so you also get +7, +10, +17 and +24 to play with.

Read about at wiki.ehow.com
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