1U PWR - Micro and powerful 1U format, 45W supply by Konstant Lab
1UPWR is a powerful, low noise, high-efficiency power supply solution for use with eurorack systems and portable eurorack cases that feature 1U rails.
Front panel contains a conveniently placed USB connector so you can charge external devices such as – your smartphone, tablet, lamp, or external sequencer. Under normal mode of operation when the power switch is ON, LED indications emit green light. LEDs go out when there is either a malfunction, overload, or short present so you always know when it is safe to work with your system. Front panel is made from high-quality CNC milled anodized aluminum. Many electronic parts are of SMD origin. 1U PWR is also made from quality PCB with copper thickness of 70um, which ensures high reliability of 1UPWR and minimal power losses on dedicated PCB routes. We recommend Meanwell GSM60A18-P1J DC Power Brick for one 1UPWR PSU and GST120A20-P1M* for two 1UPWR PSU solutions.
*If you need more power, you can use two 1U PWR modules, easily connect them together via our chain power cable and feed it with only one power brick (MW GST120A20-P1M).
1U tile - 39,65mm = 1,56" (Intellijel size) or 43,18mm = 1,7" (Pulp logic / Synthrotek dimensions)
+ 12V / 2A
- 12V / 1.2A
+ 5V / 1.5A
± 1% for 0-100% load
18V ( 16V - 20V) - recommended power brick: Mean Well GSM60A18
2x 16 pin IDC for flat cable
USB for +5V (for charging smartphone, tablet, supply light lamp or external sequencer...)
2x DC input (center positive) 5,5 x 2.1
possibility of chaining power supplies
Input over voltage
Input reverse polarity
Output over voltage
Output short current – automatic recovery
Output over current – automatic recovery
All output protections are independent for each rail
70µm copper thickness on PCB
Input filter on each regulator for minimal output noise and interference
LEDs indicate present and drop of output voltage.
2 pcs ribbon flat cable (20cm)
2 pcs screw with plastic washer
This Module is currently available.
Module is a 1U tile.$175 Price in € submitted Nov 15th 2017, 12:59 by pole | last Change Jul 29th 2020, 16:02 by pole
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