24v DC @ 25 amps

Frank Gentges gentges@itd.nrl.navy.mil
Sun, 27 Jun 1999 02:04:33 +0000 (GMT)

I'll be glad to modify any supplies if anyone wants me to.  It is not 
difficult.  Now if we could get the price down on a quantity buy these 
would be a real buy.  These things look real heavy duty, they are not 
Taiwan PC type supplies.

Frank K0BRA

On Sat, 26 Jun 1999, Andre' Kesteloot wrote:

> Hello Tacoistas,
> I have recently purchased from Marlin P. Jones two switching power
> supplies, used, 220v AC input; 24 volts DC @ 25 amperes output. These
> are used units, but in good condition, fan-cooled, etc.
> Frank Gentges K0BRA had a hunch these power supplies could easily be
> converted to 17 v AC input. He was correct, and was able to modify the
> unit in a few minutes. :-)
> For those of you interested in building transmitters, 25 amps is not
> bad. Two of those units in series will deliver 48 volts at 25 amps,
> that is 1.2 Kilowatts of DC  !
> These puppies sell for $39.95, and we are thinking of organizing a
> group-buy. Who is interested?
> Let me know
> 73
> Andre'