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stylzmovement
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Hi i was looking for some information on you new Dc to Dc converter.
what is the output wattage or amps for 12-15 volts output?
http://www.pcs-electronics.com/2048v-dcdc-converter-p-1549.html
Wed Jul 01, 2009 10:08 am View user's profile Send private message
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About 2 amps max depending on airflow and input voltage.

It also has temperature sensor that turns the fan on when the
amplifier heats up too much. You can also use this to switch on
warning light or disable transmitter.

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Do you plan on getting a unit with a bit more power to power the exciter stereo encoder plus a few fans?
because at 2 Amps , the unit will get very stressed out.
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This is more than enough, the drive power you need
typically is just 2-5W, stereo encoder uses practically
nothing and fans are also using just a couple watts.
You can also connect fans to 24V or 48V directly (these
types exist) or even 110-240V.

I don't see any need for more, really.

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Hi,
How can I turn my computer to FM station. Do I need to have some sort of external PCI card or can I get the USB compatible circuit such that it work at the FM transmitter as well as receiver for my personal computer. Please suggest the chips or circuits I need to buy to convert by home PC to FM station.

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http://www.pcs-electronics.com/2007-stereo-transmitter-card-p-968.html

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pcs wrote:
This is more than enough, the drive power you need
typically is just 2-5W, stereo encoder uses practically
nothing and fans are also using just a couple watts.
You can also connect fans to 24V or 48V directly (these
types exist) or even 110-240V.

I don't see any need for more, really.

M



what is the size of this unit , i have an older unit the fried it is 100mm x 65 mm , is this unit a direct drop in for that older unit?
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30x105mm is the size.

There is one in every transmitter we sell, basically.
One of the fans is set to auto so it only runs when it gets hot. Keeps noise level down.

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