FunCase 12V 30A 360W Adapter Universal Regulated Switching Power Supply for CCTV Radio Computer 3D Printer LED Strip Lights

Specifications:
 

Input Voltage: 115V/230V AC
Output Voltage: 12V DC
Output Current: 0-29.2A
Protection: Shortage Protection, Overload Protection, Over Voltage Protection
Size: 21*11*5cm
Shell Material: Aluminum
Safety Compliance: FCC / CE
Connection:

-L, N: AC power input
-COM: DC power output “-“
-V: DC power output “+”
-+V / ADJ: Adjust the output voltage (10%)

Notice:

1. In-door use only, for this switch power supply is not waterproof.

2. 110V/230V is selected by switch. Before power on please check input voltage avoiding damage.

 

Guarantee:

FunCase offer 100% high-quality and friendly service,please contact with us if there’s any question.

Product Features

  • Features: Switch power supply, convert AC 110V/220V to DC 12V 30A 360W.
  • Dual input voltage: AC 110V/220V. There is a switch, choose the proper voltage before use.
  • Protection: Shortage Protection, Overload Protection, Over-voltage Protection:115%-135%,Action output cut-off Reset:Auto Reset or fuse.
  • Fit for:Great power transformer for electronic equipment, Led Lighting, home appliance, etc.
  • Guarantee:100% high-quality warantty and friendly customer service within 24-hour.

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2 thoughts on “FunCase 12V 30A 360W Adapter Universal Regulated Switching Power Supply for CCTV Radio Computer 3D Printer LED Strip Lights”

  1. For an inexpensive power supply, the output voltage is very stable. Even powering a few radios, there is little to no voltage drop.So far so good. I had ordered another one similar to this one with one cosmetic difference. It bit the bullet within 2 weeks due to a lack of a grounding screw. However, I turned this one over and checked that the screw was in place and it was. The central screw in the bottom of the case, the one in the center, is the ground screw. I suggest checking to make sure…

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