A high quality 12V, 2A (24 watt) UK plug top switch mode power supply, with full CB, CE and LPS safety approvals. This range is RoHS compliant and meets Energy Efficiency level IV CEC requirements for no load power consumption. These units provide a reliable, single regulated output voltage.
The lead length is approximately 1.4m long with a 2.1mm DC jack on the end.
|Input current||0.8A Max|
|Output Voltage||12V DC|
|Output voltage tolerance||+/- 0.6V|
|Load regulation||+/- 5%|
|Protection||Short, over voltage & over current|
- This product is supplied with a UK mains plug and is designed to work off a 230V, 50Hz supply.
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Hi, can you tell me which is the correct socket to use with this lead? We are looking to mount the socket into the base of a product so that the power cable can be unplugged when it is not in use. There are so many different ones, I just want to make sure it is correct before we order it. Thanks.
Posted byon Wednesday, 17 June 2015
You can use any of the 2.1mm DC sockets for this power supply, depending on how the socket is connected to the circuit depends on which one could be used.
Hi there, do you have a circuit diagram for this? I only ask as one of my year 11 pupils has asked if they can use this and have struggled to find a circuit diagram online? We have to show an electrical circuit diagram, most are using your USB power supply cables and I have the circuit for that. Thanks.
Posted byon Thursday, 4 December 2014
Hi, we don't have the circuit diagram for the power supply unfortunately. It's a switch-mode power supply with overcurrent protection so the circuit for it will likely be very complex with dozens of components. I would imagine you could just draw a box with 230V AC going in and 12V DC coming out.
Hi. What is the input mains voltage? For example: 110V-240V, 50/60Hz. I would like to know if I can use this power supply unit in Brazil where we use 110V. Many thanks.
Posted byon Friday, 11 April 2014Without knowing the board that you want to use I can't really comment on how to power it. We sell all the parts for a high power amplifier here https://www.kitronik.co.uk/products/project-kits/ic-based-kits/high-power-15w15w-stereo-amplifier-pcb-parts-only/ if you wish to build one.
Hi, ive been roaming ebay for a cheap high power amplifier board for a diy project and ive noticed that the higher power ones dont use these, they use a three wire input and i was just wondering, would i be able to wire up a 12v wall plug connector up to the board so i can use one of these wall plugs??? please respond, thanks alot
Posted byon Thursday, 14 March 2013Hi James, this is a UK standard transformer so it accepts 240V @ 50Hz.
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