[rescue] 48v 15 amp power supply kit?

Kay sunfriek at ussonet.net
Wed Aug 6 02:10:49 CDT 2003

> On Tuesday, August 5, 2003, at 09:06 PM, Daniel de Young wrote:
> > Me and a buddy and toying around with the idea of building a rack mount
> > AC-to-DC power supply.
> >
> > We thought if there was enough interest we could throw some kits
> > together for other interested gear-heads.  We'd prolly have to see it
> > as
> > a kit (minimal soldering and assembly), but most of the stuff would be
> > pre-fab.
> >
> > Is this anything that people would be interested in?
> >
> > What features would you like to see?
>    Definitely use a switching regulator.  But you probably already knew
> that.
>    I'd stick a microcontroller in there to monitor voltage and current,
> display them on an LCD, and make them available on a serial port.  This
> is nearly trivial to do with modern microcontrollers, and would make
> things rather nice.  I could do that part for you if you want.

i 2nd Dave's idea , excellent Suggestion Dave .....

I would like one runs on either 110 or 208-240 volts perferable
autoswitching so i can plug it in to either and go.

Also Using the Computer industry power plug on the back of the unit for


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