ATX is the standard for PC power supplies. It has +3.3 V, +5 V, and +12 V. They share a common ground. It has a PS_ON# signal which needs to be grounded to turn it on. Don't open power supplies that run on line voltage (AC). They have dangerous voltages and currents inside
I am looking for a cheap way to get +24V DC max 3A from computer power supply. I prefer easy soldering solution like DIP, and standard components that do not need to be purchased over internet. Any ...
Imagine the following circuit with two capacitors and diodes acting as passive PFC. My question is what is the capacity of these two capacitors? I mean compared to a circuit with just a single ...
I bought a mini ATX DC to DC power supply on eBay to use with a motherboard. Unfortunately I did not notice it came without any kind of adaptor. So what I have is basically two wires, red and black, ...