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From: Winfield Hill
Subject: Re: Nice power supply - cheap
Date: 2 Nov 2002 12:38:21 -0800
Organization: Rowland Institute
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>Winfield Hill writes:
>> That supply is a real clunker. I have some smaller 1kW (5V 200A)
>> supplies that I'll probably sell for less than that one goes for.
> I couldn't practically give them away supplies like that until after
> I lost access to them, then someone inquired. :(
> And I have had a few 100 and 150 A, 5V power supplies listed on my
> classified page at a lower price for a long time with not even the
> slightest interest.
Yes, those came from the old days of TTL logic that needed horrendous
amounts of current at 5V. I got 'em cheap for a 1000A 10V source we
needed (use 10 of the 200A units in series - parallel), then gave in
to others who decided to just buy two 875A HP programmable supplies.
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