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Old 14th Jan 2019, 10:31 am   #1
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Default FS: linear regulated power supply 'bricks'

For disposal - a quantity of regulated, linear power suppliers as per the following:

240V AC input, 2 x 12V/500mA, 1 x 5V/750mA outputs.
Current limiting is 550mA approx. on each of the 12V outputs.
Overvoltage protection is provided (15V / 6.3V approximately).

These are solidly built (ex-broadcast, written-off as 'redundant plant') and are tested/working. I'm unable to provide a circuit diagram, sorry - but the technology is well-established and uses familiar devices.

See image below for further details; if you require photographs of a typical unit, please PM me with your email address and I'll send some over.

12.50 plus P&P to UK mainland domestic address. The consignment weight will be just over 3kg.

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Old 14th Jan 2019, 12:12 pm   #2
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Prompted by the 'fluorescent vs LED' thread elsewhere:

These units work exceptionally well with LED strip lighting ... and being linear, they are much less susceptible to generating RF pollution of broadcast reception bands
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Old 14th Jan 2019, 11:45 pm   #3
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Just to advise that I've got six working ones left, also one with a fault on one of the 12v channels - happy to let this one go for a fiver plus P&P.
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Old 21st Jan 2019, 12:04 pm   #4
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An update:

I can bring any/all of the above to Royal Wootton Bassett on 3rd February if that helps anyone - just PM me accordingly

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Old 23rd Jan 2019, 10:53 am   #5
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400+ views .. hmm.
OK, pencil duly sharpened
A tenner each plus P&P to UK mainland domestic address (or FCS, collection in person, RWB).
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Old 24th Jan 2019, 9:57 am   #6
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Here are indicative costs of P&P (UK mainland postcode):

Royal Mail / Tracked 48 with Signature / 2 to 3 days delivery / Tracked = 10.91
MyHermes / No signature / 3 attempts to deliver = 6.49

Hope this helps

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Old 30th Jan 2019, 12:30 pm   #7
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Bumping this thread as I hope to attend RWB on Sunday (weather permitting) and can bring these items along with me.
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Closing call for any requirements for pick-up at RWB this Sunday ...
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Old 2nd Feb 2019, 12:13 pm   #9
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No further interest at this time ... so bearing in mind return fuel cost vs impending bills (!), I've decided to knock the hoped-for RWB visit on the head.
I'll bump these every so often, just in case there's new interest - and NVCF isn't that far off
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Bump!

As mentioned above, I can deliver to NVCF on 12th May.

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Mods, this thread can be closed now, if you please.
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