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XINGLAI ATX Benchtop Computer Power Supply Electric Circuit 24Pi

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Product description

Features:
Designed to use your power supply to create a desktop power supply with four-channel voltages that can run almost any embedded electronic project.
Fast access to the typical voltage required, including 3.3V, 5V, 12V and -12V.
Each output channel has replaceable 5A fuse and corresponding grounding connection, and the terminals are easy to connect. Compatible with 20 pin plug.
On board standard 24 pin ATX port, power indicator and power switch are ideal for easy control of DIY low voltage power supply for developing physical computing projects (embedded systems).
PCB plastic gasket design to prevent short circuit.
Adapter Plate only, other accessories demo in the picture are not included!

Specification:
Material: Plastic
Color: As Pictures Shown
Size: Standard Size
Quantity: 1 Pc

Package includes:
1 x Adapter Plate
For any questions, you can send us an email at any time. We will reply to you as soon as possible.

XINGLAI ATX Benchtop Computer Power Supply Electric Circuit 24Pi

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