Converting Computer ATX Power Supply to Lab Bench Power Supply


READ THIS FIRST: Small tutorial on Computer ATX Power Supplies. How to use them, how to connect them in series, in parallel. What is 12V rails? Is it possibl…

23 Responses to “Converting Computer ATX Power Supply to Lab Bench Power Supply”

  1. Jet Laviña  on April 3rd, 2013

    hey!how much a computer power supply?

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  2. Eduardo Sanchez  on April 3rd, 2013

    We have the same Power supply, lucky me!

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  3. ProXtreMm M  on April 3rd, 2013

    bro i dont have the green wire what i cant do?

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  4. ProXtreMm M  on April 3rd, 2013

    i dont have the green wire

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  5. tritonmole  on April 3rd, 2013

    how can i figure out how many amps i can pill if i make 9v grounding 12v against 3.3v
    12v, 5v, and 3,3 can pull 20A

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  6. SRIMANTA HAZRA  on April 3rd, 2013

    hi this grt vdo pls help me when i m trying to lit my 12v 100 w bulb it just blink once and then stop working my smps why

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  7. ergün Pekel  on April 3rd, 2013

    power supply wattı düşük boşuna uraşmış bence ama işçiliği güzel

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  8. Inguss Pusmucans  on April 3rd, 2013

    Perfect job!
    

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  19. Stefan Perovic  on April 3rd, 2013

    you cant be more wrong there is:
    1 +12v and 1 -12v,
    1 +5v and 1 -5v,
    1 +3,3v
    and ground,you see there is need for only 1 ground becose you can wire as many things you want to that 1 ground it will still be the same,becose it is conentected throught power cable and your house lectric instalation to the ground under your house.

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  20. Peter Bour  on April 3rd, 2013

    I dont understand how there is olny 1 – port and 5 + ports.

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  21. gaetano donato  on April 3rd, 2013

    I don’t understand how are connected the switch and the led excuse me and the value of the resistors in the begin ?

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  22. tacomabanga1986  on April 3rd, 2013

    would this work on my older 900w server psu’s? they have no green turn on, u need to ground the red wire to get it to power on, i think its a red n white to ground for it to power on, but its not fully on

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  23. Ted Mieske  on April 3rd, 2013

    You should lay a paper towel or plastic down in the power supply BEFORE drilling those holes! Then use compressed air after remove the protection used.

    Nice job on the resistor’s and the tip on using hot glue!

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