The EnGenius Technology ECB350 is a very nice access point/bridge that can utilize either a “wall wart” power supply or a 802.3af POE connection for power. Recently I misplaced one of the wall wart power supplies and needed to find/replace it with an approriate model. As such, here are the power supply requirements for the ECB350: Active Ethernet (Power-over-Ethernet, IEEE 802.3af) 48VDC/0.375A -or- Wall Plug In Power Supply: 12V/1A TIP: If you need a replacement power supply, Amazon has them. 🙂 I hope
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Q. Yo yo hoss, can you hook me up with some info on a power supply that will let me use my Dell M6700 in the car? Gracias! A. Hola good sir! It is a bit tricky for the M6700, it uses a fairly large power supply so Dell does not even offer a car adapter that I know of 🙁 However, I did find a couple options I would recommend: #1 Traditional DC power supply that people say will run
The JPS300V DC power is a robust option for powering LED signs and other products that require relatively high amperage 5V output. 60A at 5V = 300 watts which is pretty hefty for a DC power supply. Out of approximately 80 PSUs, we have had around 2-3 fail. This is a roughly 3.8% failure rate in some fairly difficult situations (withstanding fairly intense heat, cold and moisture). Overall I would rate them as a good low-cost option especially if you can
Mike sent me some info and photos of his awesome mini-itx system: I crammed the AM1H-ITX along with a 5350, a Kingston HyperX 4gb DDR3-1600 stick, Slimline DVD-Rom, Microcenter house brand120gb SSD, a couple 40mm fans, and an EVGA GTX 750 2GB (non-ti) into a Travla C158 case. I’m powering it with a DC power brick (part number 316688-001 or spare 317188-001) from either a beefy HP laptop or possibly a docking station. The specs are 18.5v, 6.5a, 120 watts.
The photo pretty much says it all… 🙂 UPDATED as per John’s request, here is the motherboard side of things: