NEW PRODUCT – Compact Switching Power Supply – Selectable Output 3-12VDC

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NEW PRODUCT – Compact Switching Power Supply – Selectable Output 3-12VDC. Wow, is this not the most useful thing you did not know existed or what? Its a switching wall adapter where you can easily change the voltage! It’s like a benchtop supply you can take with you anywhere.

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This model is 10 Watts and has 6 selectable outputs ranging from 3V to 12VDC and up to 1.5A output. It has a 2-prong plug, but takes 110VAC to 240VAC so you can use it anywhere with a simple plug adapter.

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It comes with a range of tips, such as 2.5mm mono, 3.5mm mono, 5.5mm/2.5mm, 2.5mm/2.1mm, 4mm, etc. You could use this with just about any device or project, it’s very handy!

  • Multi changeable plug DC-cord.
  • Universal AC input 100V to 240V, 50Hz/60Hz
  • Universal AC input plug available (BSI, USA, Europe, Aust)
  • 6 selectable outputs: 3V-12V MAX. 1500mA.
  • Over load, over current, over heat protection.
  • International approval CE EN60950, UL1950, CSA22.2 No.950.
  • EMC approval EN55022.
  • Extra low consumption during standby (about 8% of linear adapter).
  • Weight: 86g approximately.
  • Small size: 67x29x74mm.
  • Cable length: 1.54m / 60 3/4″
Below is the voltage current table and avoid higher loads!
Rate output Voltage 3V 4.5V 6V 7V 9V 12V
Max. output current at 220V 1.5A 1.2A 1.0A 0.9A 0.8A 0.7A
Max. output current at 110V 1.5A 1.2A 1.0A 0.9A 0.8A 0.6A

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1 Comment

  1. I immediately recognized this as my trusty Velleman universal PS, which I’ve been using for years. It’s awesome! A tank. Only con is it lacks 5v but everyone has spare USB or phone chargers now.

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