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Switching Power Supply with wide AC Input Voltage Range
#1
Hey Guys,

I'm searching for a Switching Power Supply with a wide AC Input Voltage Range.

Input Voltage should be around: AC 85-265V (Plus or Minus 10-40v).

Output Voltage: 12v or 24v or more

Power Provided: 1000-9000 watts or more.

A CISCO Power Supply (APS-172) with about 2800W - refurbished unit can be gotten below 50USD.

I'm searching for something around the same or at most double the price range.

Any Ideas?
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#2
Meanwell do some very large units, the older the better.
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#3
I have had good results by searching for LED Driver switchmode Power Supplies on Amazon, Digikey, or Mouser.  Searching for LED driver narrowed the results down to what I was looking for.  My notes and sample power supplies are at the shop now and I am at home but I think two of the brands I found were meanwell, and Sun Key.  I have a lot to remember when I go to the shop tomorrow, but I will try to remember to grab the my notes, and info and post it here for you.

-Ryan
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(09-16-2018, 02:28 AM)Riplash Wrote: I have had good results by searching for LED Driver switchmode Power Supplies on Amazon, Digikey, or Mouser.  Searching for LED driver narrowed the results down to what I was looking for.  My notes and sample power supplies are at the shop now and I am at home but I think two of the brands I found were meanwell, and Sun Key.  I have a lot to remember when I go to the shop tomorrow, but I will try to remember to grab the my notes, and info and post it here for you.

-Ryan

Okay, I brought home a sample power supply that was given to me.  It is a Sunsky S-720-24, and it is available direct from Sunsky and I think from Amazon or Alibaba.   I haven't tested it yet, so I can't tell you how well it performs.  I am looking for a 48V 1200W or 1500W powersupply myself, but I did searches for Sunsky S-720-24 on Google and Amazon and I got lots of useful results by searching for similiar items to the Sunsky.  

Right now the 24V Sunsky will let me test all my stuff, so I don't have to buy the 48V for a while.  But if I had to buy one right now I would buy a 48V 25A 1200W LED Driver Switching Power Supply by Meishle

Hope this helps you and good luck searching
-Ryan
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#5
What about this one, it is 48v
https://www.eltek.com/globalassets/impor...-1-4-1.pdf

I have some for sale

They are also available (but rare) in 24v
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#6
Go for two of the 6000W Cisco unit. They have dual power input sockets.

https://secondlifestorage.com/t-How-to-g...00A-at-12V

I have two of the 4200W units, which I use (only a small 1200W each due to issues in the link above)
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(09-17-2018, 12:45 PM)completelycharged Wrote: Go for two of the 6000W Cisco unit. They have dual power input sockets.

https://secondlifestorage.com/t-How-to-g...00A-at-12V

I have two of the 4200W units, which I use (only a small 1200W each due to issues in the link above)

The 4200W Cisco units would have been so perfect if they accepted a wide input voltage range.

I don't need either a 110v or 220v switch (is that what the 6000W Cisco unit got?), I need something that can take in 85 - 300 AC like Charly144's eltek for example.

Do you know of any Server Power Supplies with that high output wattage like 6000W but with a wide input voltage range? If yes, whats a Part Number Please.
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(09-18-2018, 06:35 PM)bluebeard Wrote:
(09-17-2018, 12:45 PM)completelycharged Wrote: Go for two of the 6000W Cisco unit. They have dual power input sockets.

https://secondlifestorage.com/t-How-to-g...00A-at-12V

I have two of the 4200W units, which I use (only a small 1200W each due to issues in the link above)

The 4200W Cisco units would have been so perfect if they accepted a wide input voltage range.

I don't need either a 110v or 220v switch (is that what the 6000W Cisco unit got?), I need something that can take in 85 - 300 AC like Charly144's eltek for example.

Do you know of any Server Power Supplies with that high output wattage like 6000W but with a wide input voltage range? If yes, whats a Part Number Please.

Curiosity has got the better of me. I must ask, what is the application. And why is your power source 85-300v?
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