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Cheap power supply for 10W RGB Floods sold by Ray Wu

Discussion in 'Power Supplies' started by marsh28, Aug 28, 2013.

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    Depends on whether you plan to use the power supply for something else as well.

    If you just want it for the floods, then you can just get a 80w or 100w supply - something like the following for under $14 (plus delivery)

    http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/12V-6-7A-80W-waterproof-power-supply-AC100-240V-input-CE-approved/701799_340444755.html

    If you're looking to use it for other things, you would maybe look at a 350w supply

    http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/350W-Dual-Output-Switching-Power-Supply-88-264VAC-input-12V-350W-output-CE-and-ROHS-approved/701799_289599951.html

    The first one is a waterproof one, the second one would require being put into an enclosure (or left indoors)

    Keep in mind that these are cheap (and David would probably say they're also nasty) supplies, so many of us keep spares in case things stop working.. And it's recommended to power them down when not in use..
     

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