NEW PRODUCT – 5V 10A switching power supply. This is a beefy switching supply, for when you need a lot of power! It can supply 5V DC up to 10 Amps, running from 110V or 220V power (the plug it comes with is for US/Canada/Japan but you can use any plug adapter for your country, or just replace the cable with a standard figure-8 cable)
The output connects to a 2.5mm DC plug but its a ‘springy’ type so you can use it in 2.1mm jacks as well. There’s a green LED indicator lamp as well.
These will be great for people who want to power 5V LED strips or a lot of motors for a CNC project. Using a separate supply like this can be easier than trying to modify an ATX power supply as its smaller, quieter and has a plug on it ready to go!
5V up to 10A output
Comes with 2-prong US/Canada/Japan – for other countries use a basic plug adapter. 112cm (44in) long cable
2.5mm output plug, but will also work with 2.1mm. 110cm (42in) long cable
Body size is 5.5″ x 2.4″ x 1.3″ (14cm x 6 cm x 3.3 cm
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Sweet! Any idea if it puts noise on the AC line? I have a 7.5V/3A MeanWell that unfortunately messes up my powerline networking.
Morbidly curious – what sort of abuse can these things take? 50W is enough to melt wires ‘n start fires. Does it gracefully shut down in faced with probe slips or wiring errors?
@Paul – we dont have a power line networking system so we can’t test or verify whether its compatible
@Peterson – this power supply company makes good quality adapters & it is fused inside but of course, be careful when dealing with 50W!
Awesome! Next: Do you have a mating jack for this that is actually rated for 10 A?
there’s a 16V/5A connector on digikey (elsewhere https://www.google.com/search?q=2.5mm+jack) or you can cut off the cable end if you don’t want to use a barrel jack. we may check out some and stock them later too…