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    Question 48V Power Supply Source ??

    I am looking for a 48 V power supply. Need 15 Amps......

    Any suggestions ??

    I'll even build one if someone knows which direction to point me .... any help is greatly appreciated.

    Tom M

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    Hi Tom,

    Power One is a pretty standard source for this type of stuff. Here's a page to get you going:

    http://www.power-one.com/products/acdcintro.html



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    You can make your own. I like the Toroidal transformers by Plitron
    http://www.plitron.com They are like getting two transformers in one.

    You can get the standard Plitron #097018201 Output is 35 VAC at 8.93 Amps. Connect the output in parallel to double the amps to get 17.86 Amps $66.02 plus shipping Should give you 49VDC at almost 18 Amps.

    Get the Cap from http://www.mouser.com you will need at least a 30,000 uF cap so get the 75 Volt 37,000 uF cap
    #539-CGS75V37000 $38.14

    Last is the Bridge Rectifier. Mouser has them too.
    #583-MP252 200 Volt 25 Amp rated for $2.77

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    48 volts

    Hi Tom,

    One of the things you want a look for a cheap 48 volts sources are old (or very old) telephone system at a local phone compagny.

    Almost all the old phone equipment use -48v for driving the regulars housephones. Most of these equipment are very robuste and i had seen some of these DC charger up to 100 amps.

    Good luck

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    48 volts

    Hi Tom,

    One of the things you want a look for a cheap 48 volts sources are old (or very old) telephone system at a local phone compagny.

    Almost all the old phone equipment use -48v for driving the regulars housephones. Most of these equipment are very robuste and i had seen some of these DC charger up to 100 amps.

    Good luck

    Pierre

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    I just got this one for $10 + Shipping. 48V 30 Amps @ 115 V AC Input.

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