The Powerwerx dual metered digital power supply model SPS-30DM is designed to supply
25 Amps continuous and 28 Amps surge. It features user variable output (5~16 VDC) by
adjusting the front mounted knob, or fixed 14.1 VDC output. Power output is through the rear mounted 1/4" binding posts.
- Dual Metered Digital (Amps/Volts) Power Supply
- User Selectable variable output voltage from 5~16 VDC by adjusting the front mounted knob or fixed output at 14.1 VDC
- Rear Connection: 1/4 inch binding posts that also accept banana plugs or compression connections
- Input Range: 100-120 VAC or 200-240 VAC, 50/60Hz (User switchable)
- Output Voltage: variable 5~16 VDC
- Output Amperage: 25 continuous, 28 surge
- Polarity Ground: Negative
- Internal Protection: Thermal, over current
- Internal Input Fuse: 6.3 Amps at 115 VAC
- Ripple Peak-to-Peak Max. <100mVpp
- Noise Peak-to-Peak Max. <100mVpp
- Operating temperature rating: 0 ~ 50 °C
- Storage temperature: -20 ~ 85 °C
- Meter Tollerance: ±3%
Physical dimensions and materials:
- Weight: 3.7 lbs. (59 oz.)
- Overall Dimensions: 6.1 x 5 x 2.5 in (154mm long, 127mm wide, 63mm tall)
- Fan: Quiet internal cooling fan
- Machined metal case front bezel
- Meets FCC CFR Title 47 Part 15 Subpart B: Class B, CISPR: 2005 ANSI C63.4:
- Meets CE/LVD (Low-Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC) standard
- Meets EMC: EN 55022:206+A1: 2007, 2010, EN 61000-3-2:2006
Input Voltage Selection
The power supply is set up for 230V AC input as shipped
from the factory. For 115V AC applications, set the recessed 115/230 input select switch located on
the rear of the power supply into the proper position. Positions are identified on the switch. Use a
small screwdriver to slide the switch into position. No adjustment is necessary for either 50 or 60 Hz
- Land mobile radio base stations
- Communications systems
- Security systems
- Automotive & marine systems
- OEM applications
- Test equipment
- Electronic displays
- 12 Volt lighting systems
- GPS receivers
- DC computers
- Power Supply
- AC Power Cord, 4 ft.
- Unplug the power supply from the mains supply outlet.
- Select the correct input voltage (See Input Voltage Selection).
- Connect the power cable’s positive (red) wire to the positive terminal
and connect the negative (black) wire to the negative terminal on the back
of the power supply.
- Plug the AC power cable into the power socket on the back of the radio.
- Plug the power supply into the main AC wall outlet.
Turning the power supply on
Turn the power supply on by pressing
the power switch to the 'ON' Position.
Turning the power supply off
Before you turn the power supply
off, turn the radio off as described in the user documentation for the radio. Then
turn the power supply off by pressing the power switch to the 'OFF' Position.
The SPS-30DM power supply is cooled by convection and
forced air cooling (normal airflow around the power supply in combination with a
temperature controlled fan to improve cooling at higher levels of use). The fan is
temperature activated and the speed is controlled by a sensor. When the temperature
rises, the fan speed increases.
The Powerwerx support policy is simple: we want you to be happy! If you have a problem,
please feel free to contact us and we will do our best to get you up and running as soon
Powerwerx power supplies have a three-year limited warranty. We will repair or
replace (at our discretion) your power supply if you encounter any problems within
three years from the date of purchase. We reserve the right to charge a reasonable
fee for repairing units with user-inflicted damage. It is your responsibility to ship
the defective unit back to Powerwerx via UPS Ground. We will pay for the return shipping
back to you. We reserve the right to upgrade your equipment to an equivalent or better
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Powerwerx Variable 30 Amp Desktop DC Power Supply with Digital Meters
||Solid power supply
from Kaneohe, HI
Just got this power supply in a couple days ago and hooked it up last night. Very clean DC power, no apparent ripple, and no voltage dip when equipment powers up!
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