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  • S-180-12 12V 15A DC power supply
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S-180-12 12V 15A DC power supply
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SKU:700-001-0761

Shipping Weight:580g

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This power adapter is mainly used for Computer project and 3D printers.

Specification:

AC input voltage range:85-264VAC    47-63Hz

Input current: 110V /1.5A, 230V/0.75A

Output: 12V/ 0-15A

AC inrush current: Cold-start current 20A/115A   40A/230V

Leakage current:  <1MA/240VAC

Dc adjustable range:  +/_10% rated output voltage

Overload protection: 105%-135% hiccup mode, auto-recovery

Over-voltage protection: 115%-135% cut off the output, auto-recovery

Setup, rise, hold up time: 200ms, 50ms, 20ms.

Load regulation: +/_ 1%

Working temperature: -10℃~+60℃, 20%~90RH

Weight/size: 0.58kg, 199x 97x 42mm

 

Package List:

1 x S-180-12 12V DC power supply box

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  • Ingi Valur Gretarsson | 04/03/2016

    Hello, is there any way of getting the schematics for this power supply? I have a i3 pro-B printer which I'm currently running on a ATX power supply since 2 of these have failed on me and I want to be able to fix them or at least figure out what went wrong.

    • Quentin Qiu | 04/05/2016

      Hi you can contact this e-mail technical@geeetech.com for technical support. Thank you.


  • jimboy manla | 01/25/2016

    hello, my power supply suddenly exploded i change the fuse 15A but still not working is there other option to fix this?

    • Quentin Qiu | 01/25/2016

      Sorry to hear that. Your power supply is damaged, please stop using it because it's dangerous. Please contact salesman and provide the following information for salesman: 1.pictures of cable connection on power supply 2.pictuers of exploded power supply 3.use multimeter to measure the inputs and outputs voltage , pls taking picture as well.

      • jimboy manla | 01/27/2016

        actually i have a extra one but when i try to print, it damage again my power supply this is frustrating i have prusa i3x.