[RndTbl] partial PS use?

Dan Keizer dan at keizer.ca
Mon Feb 15 16:35:49 CST 2016

back in 'the day' ... i used standard pc power supply to run my old mocom
35 vhf radio ...
it needed 8 amps to run at 30watts output -- worked like a charm to run my
1200bps AFSK modem/radio :-)
ran for years no problem.
just check the specs for current rating and have at'er ...


On 15 February 2016 at 16:16, Trevor Cordes <trevor at tecnopolis.ca> wrote:

> On 2016-02-15 Wyatt Zacharias wrote:
> > I've never used the 5v rail on its own, but I've used the 12v rail for
> > various things. They do make great high amperage supplies. You have to
> > short the green wire in the main 24 pin connector with one of the many
> > black ground wires and then it'll turn on.
> Haha, Wyatt's showing his age!  He's never even seen an AT PS!
> Probably wasn't born yet :-)
> http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/atpic.jpg
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