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Ideal Power 12W Interchangeable Plugtop/Desktop Switch Mode Power Supply


An innovative range of 12W regulated output switch mode power supplies that feature the unique ability to change from being a plugtop unit to a desktop unit. A series of supplied connector plates (UK, US, Euro and Australian types) enables the unit to be used as a plugtop unit or, use the blank plate and the figure of eight inlet to utilise the unit as a desktop power supply. The output side of the power supply is fitted with a 1.8m cable and supplied with eight of the most common DC connectors. This unit is ideal for many applications including use in OEM products.

  • For use as a desktop or plugtop unit
  • Supplied with eight of the most common DC output connectors
  • Regulated output
  • Overvoltage protection
  • Approved to international standards and CE marking
  • PSE and SAA approved for Japan and Australia


 
Input voltage90V to 264V AC 50/60Hz
Output5V DC 2.5A (Order code 85-3110)
9V DC 1.2A (Order code 85-3111)
12V DC 1A (Order code 85-3112)
15V DC 0.8A (Order code 85-3113)
24V DC 0.5A (Order code 85-3114)
Ripple max.1%
Dimensions (excl. plug)77 x 46.5 x 37mm
Output connectors1.3 x 3.4 x 11mm right angled
2.1 x 5.5 x 12mm right angled
2.5 x 5.5 x 12mm right angled
1.7 x 4 x 9.5mm right angled
2.1 x 5.5 x 12mm straight
1.7 x 4.7 x 9.5mm straight
0.7 x 2.35 x 9.5mm straight
3 x 6.3 x 12mm straight
Question by James
10 April 2013

Q Looking for PRI:240V 50Hz SEC:12V 1.67A 20VA For indoor used only. Price? Thanks, James.
A Hi James. Thank you for your question. To keep with the same style of adaptor with the necessary specification, you need 85-3122 which is rated at 12V 2.5A.

Question by Nick R
19 June 2012

Q Is this unit supplied with an IEC mains lead ?
A Thanks for your enquiry Nick. No it is not, but it can be configured to accept one or any of the other versions shown.

Question by Chris Moore
12 December 2011

Q Would this product be suitable to power a theremin that uses 12V to 24V and 65mA of power? I have heard that using voltage converters that use transformers can interfere with theremins and effectively turn them into radios if there isn't adequate RF shielding.
A Thanks for your question Chris - We have no experience with theremins devices so cannot say with certainty – however this device is a switchmode version and will create noise. We would suggest that a linear power supply would be better.


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