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Date Posted by Category User IP

2013-04-18 (UTC)

KJ4YZI

Power Supplies

99-105-45-57.lightspeed.wepbfl.sbcglobal.net

Large dual power supply

Made by ETS (engineering and technical systems) has PS-A and PS-B uses either (1) 110volt plug, or (2) to essentially double the output. has many outputs on the back for +5 volt +15volt, 12 fuses, and some other connections possibly to monitor status and outputs? or maybe control something inside. looks like it could be rackmounted. has 3 fans, test and status ports and LED lights on the front. overload protect, short circuit protect, i have used this to power an FT450, a TM-D700 and a 40-10 meter outcom amplifier and never once even slowed the fan speed down so theres no telling what the limit of this thing is, however, it is rather large, 2 foot long 19 inches wide and 8 inches tall. look at the pictures. the picture of the back with the fuses, the 6 blank holes are NOT missing fuses, those are for future adding of fuses. i have no need for this anymore but it works fine i only ever use the 1 side of it with 1 plug into the wall, i dont need to plug in the second side of this thing. this would be great for powering multiple rigs on the bench. local pickup only i cannot ship this thing it would be a fortune. i will drive a bit to meet somewhere between palmbay and fort pierce, Florida. what might you have for a trade?? email blinky1004 AT gmail DOT com

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