SUPERNIGHT DC 12V 30A 360W Universal Regulated Switching Power Supply Power Driver for 3D Printer , HAM Radio Transceiver , Car Subwoofer amp Audio Amplifier and RC LiPo Chargers

IN-DOOR USE ONLY!

Technical Specifications:
Manual Switch between 115V and 230V Input ,+ / – 10% adjustable output voltage.

Auto on/off cooling fan.
High Efficiency, Low Temperature,High reliability.
LED indicator for power on.
Built-in EMI Filter.
Gross Weight: 2 lb
Color: White

Compatible with:
Suitable for CCTV, Radio, Computer project .

Package:
1 x Switch Power Supply Driver For LED Strip lights.

Product Features

  • Over Load and Short Circuit Protection
  • Over Voltage Protection
  • Auto-recovery after protection
  • AC input: 100-120V; 200-240V
  • Output: 12V , 0 ~ 30A

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2 thoughts on “SUPERNIGHT DC 12V 30A 360W Universal Regulated Switching Power Supply Power Driver for 3D Printer , HAM Radio Transceiver , Car Subwoofer amp Audio Amplifier and RC LiPo Chargers”

  1. Bare bones converter that is all most people need. I use this to power several lithium polymer battery chargers (used for R/C flight), one of which is a four station device that can draw up to 16.8 amps, the others are limited to 6 amps each but the total load could be theoretical 28.8 amps although my usage would never approach that. Voltage remains very stable during charging where I’m drawing right around 10 amps and the fan works extremely well, coming on occasionally to cool the insides down. Plenty of ventilation around the case and you…

  2. A winner so far. So far I like this 110VAC to 12VDC converter. I use it for my amateur radio VHF transceiver and my Allstar Portable Node. No un-toward noise or other misbehavior has occurred in the last two months of continuous use. I have notused it around my HF Transceiver yet but will be soon. If it generates a lot of noise with the HF I will comment here. I adjusted the pot to 13.8VDC and it has remained there.Under continuous transmit conditions the fan will come on even though I am no…

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