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Current draw for console+NanoPEB?

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Anyone happen to know the current-draw for a console and NanoPEB?  I'm thinking of replacing the power supply for my console but am not sure what kind of current draw I need.  I can measure the NanoPEB draw, since it's just one conductor, but would have to dismantle the console to measure it.

 

Digi-key has a supply that puts out 3 amps on the +5V line and, I think, 0.5 amp on the +12V and -12V lines.  I could step the -12V down to -5V with a LM320 regulator.

 

K-R.

 

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8 hours ago, Kchula-Rrit said:

Thanks!  Looks like that Digi-Key supply I'm thinking of may work.

 

K-R.

 

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Here it is-

https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/cui-inc/PYB30-Q24-T512-U/102-3274-ND/4477532

 

Their part number is 102-3274-ND.  It's a +5V/3A, +12V/0.6A, -12V/0.6A supply that runs off 9-24VDC.

 

Here are other models that run on 110V and have similar output ratings:

https://www.digikey.com/products/en/power-supplies-external-internal-off-board/ac-dc-converters/133?k=&pkeyword=&sv=0&pv2211=i3&umin2226=&umax2226=&rfu2226=V&sf=0&FV=1989|0%2C-8|133%2C183|344214%2C183|382162&quantity=&ColumnSort=0&page=1&stock=1&pageSize=25

Digi-Key calls them AC-DC converters.

 

I'm thinking of making my TI portable.  I just have to find a case of the right size and that will hold all the components.

K-R.

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