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    DPS-250AB-5 power supply

    Hi all

    the above power supply has and i have trawled thru the net to no avail of getting a new one.

    any suggestions as to where to get one or a suitable replace ment

    thanx

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    Re: DPS-250AB-5 power supply

    Is this the one? http://www.delta.com.tw/product/ps/s...pcid=2&ptid=10
    (2nd on the list)

    if so the it's a FLEX 1U form factor
    Try this one http://linitx.com/viewproduct.php?prodid=12301 or http://linitx.com/viewproduct.php?prodid=12537
    double check the Dimension measurements first though.

    Seasonic also do a FLEX 1U psu http://www.powersuppliesonline.co.uk...su/default.htm (no idea what that shop is like)

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    Re: DPS-250AB-5 power supply

    Hi Pob

    so close but the width is the problem approx 68mm I have to play with.

    The power supply from delta is correct but i cannot deal with them direct as they do not sell to the 'public'

    any other suggestions anyone ??

    Thanx again

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    Re: DPS-250AB-5 power supply

    Ok then that delta isn't the correct one (dimensions 175 x 86 x 65)
    Get a ruler out and tell us what the actual dimensions are.

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    Re: DPS-250AB-5 power supply

    Hi there

    its 265mm x H 80mm x W 65mm

    Thanx for this

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    Re: DPS-250AB-5 power supply

    If the 65mm is the constraint then this might do the trick

    http://uk.rs-online.com/web/search/s...04&cm_vc=av_uk

    Decent quality Seasonic as well.

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    Re: DPS-250AB-5 power supply

    Hi there

    the width unfortuntley is the problem being only 65mm

    ta for that thou

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    Re: DPS-250AB-5 power supply

    That is a really odd size.
    It's almost TFX form factor however offically that's 85mm x 70mm x XXXmm (normally 175mm)
    Eg http://www.fsp-group.com.tw/english/...=125&proid=608
    http://www.ebuyer.com/product/173802

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    Re: DPS-250AB-5 power supply

    Hi there

    I know looking a bit grim now finding one

    Thanx


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