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# 210409 26-Mar-2017 12:26
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Expresions of intrest on my Siglent SPD3303C Programmable DC Power Supply.

 

They are $650 new , this has had perhaps 4 hours use so am thinking $400 which I think is reasonable.

 

Full specs here.

 

http://www.siglent.com/ENs/pdxx.aspx?id=174&T=2&tid=17

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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  # 1748567 27-Mar-2017 10:57
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Going on Trademe today.





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  # 1748628 27-Mar-2017 12:00
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Man, that's nice. If only I had $400 to spare on this :P


 
 
 
 


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  # 1748641 27-Mar-2017 12:31
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ubergeeknz:

 

Man, that's nice. If only I had $400 to spare on this :P

 

 

Thats what credit cards are for. Just do it ;)







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  # 1748680 27-Mar-2017 13:26
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Put it up on Trade me for $350 if anybody is interested. You are not going to get a better deal on something of this quality at this price (Shameless sell).

 

Was spot on when I used it but I just have it sitting not being used and missus wants it gone, you know how it is. 





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  # 1748750 27-Mar-2017 15:23
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Highly impossible there is any interest for device like this for the price like this. i.e.:

 

Specs: 3 independent high precision outputs, total 220W power:

 

30V/3.2A - you get 30V DC power supply from any broken household cheap printer - they are almost all 30V

 

2.5V - that is easy to do from car charger which cost, hm $2 at any salvation army shop - ask me how-to

 

3.3V - You get that from any PC PSU or if less than 0.5A required -  from car charger

 

5V - You get that from any PC PSU or if less than 0.5A required -  from car charger

 

Sorry to upset you, but I have been posting topics related to how-to make budget DC power supply on many forums for free....

 

 




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  # 1748782 27-Mar-2017 15:34
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RUKI:

 

Highly impossible there is any interest for device like this for the price like this. i.e.:

 

Specs: 3 independent high precision outputs, total 220W power:

 

30V/3.2A - you get 30V DC power supply from any broken household cheap printer - they are almost all 30V

 

2.5V - that is easy to do from car charger which cost, hm $2 at any salvation army shop - ask me how-to

 

3.3V - You get that from any PC PSU or if less than 0.5A required -  from car charger

 

5V - You get that from any PC PSU or if less than 0.5A required -  from car charger

 

Sorry to upset you, but I have been posting topics related to how-to make budget DC power supply on many forums for free....

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lol not upset at all. I disagree there is no interest in this however as this is a decent desktop programmable power supply.





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