12 Volt Adapter Power Supply, 5A, Ateck


12 Volt Adapter Power Supply, 5A, Ateck
Stock Number: 36374 PS
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$10.95


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Detailed Description

Includes Power Cord & 5.5/2.5 to 5.5/2.1mm Adapter
MFG: ATECK
P/N: PS120V5-D
Input: 100-240 VAC 50/60Hz
Output: 12VDC @ 5A
Specifications/Features: Switching supply with overvoltage & current limit protection. 44in, 3 wire input cord. 45in output cord with 10mm L X 5.5mm / 2.5mm ID coaxial plug Center +. usULc listed.
L: 4-3/4” W: 2-1/8” D: 1-3/8” WT: .9


California Proposition 65 Warning WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov



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great replacement for OEM
I'm using these to replace power adapters for a home security cam system. They work great and provide more stable operation than the OEM supplies that have marginal current capacity.
- Wil H, AZ
 
DC output negative is tied to building ground.
I use this supply in radio projects because the dc negative supply output is tied to the Earth ground pin on the power socket. This is very important when operating anything connected to an antenna!
- Carl Lyster, TN
 
good quality - no hum
Have tried this power supply with a direct conversion receiver and there was no detectable hum. Comes with coaxial adapter. Runs cool.
- Jim, KY
 
12 Volt Adapter Power Supply, 5A, Ateck Stock No: 36374 PS
I have 3 of these power supply’s and so far they have seemed to work just fine powering my Elecraft KX2, KX3 and my RS-918 QRP radios. The output is regulated and measures approximately 12.0~12.1v. So far I have not heard any RF hash from the power supply’s on any band. Because the output voltage is right at 12v it may cost you a couple watts reduction in max RF output. Big deal, 10 watts out instead of 12 watts output. The difference will never be noticed. This is a good low cost alternative to far more expensive power supplies currently available. Donnie G. / WA9TGT
- Donnie Garrett, IN