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Unread 05-24-2005, 05:54 PM   #1
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Default Which psu?

which psu should i use in my radiator box to run my pump, fans and matrix orbital mx5?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817104981

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http://www.power-factor-1st.com/shop...ies/s-150.html
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Unread 05-24-2005, 06:36 PM   #2
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I'd trust the Fortron unit.

Note that the max amperage on the 12 v rail is 10 amps.

the Meanwell will only do 12 v, but will supply 12.5 amps.

I assume that you added up your total load?
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I havent calculated the total load just a rough guess.

I want it to power
3x panaflo 120= .45amp= 1.35 amp
1x80= .12 amp
1x92= .15 amp
1x50z pump = 1 amp? (in rush?)
1x matix orbital mx5 =(500 ma in rush/ 260 ma )

so i would be using between 3-4 amps which would leave me room to add another pump if i wanted.
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I'd trust the Fortron unit.
I agree...
both are over kill... all you need is 50W
but the fortron unit is cheeper...
save the $$$ and get something else instead
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I agree...
both are over kill... all you need is 50W
but the fortron unit is cheeper...
save the $$$ and get something else instead
my thoughts exactly. thx
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