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Not for sale; you pay shipping, I ship to you, until I run out.

Limit 2 or 3 at a time.

I can stuff 2 or 3 into a USPS Flat Rate Small box, which is as I type this something like $9.20 to ship in the USA.

These are pulls from Yealink/Polycom phone installs (where the systems were PoE and didn't need the extra PSUs).

I'd like to get the 20 or so out of my house.

EDIT: Forgot to mention. They have a barrel style connector, not a USB connector. This may make a difference in how desirable they are.

EDIT 2: Added pics.




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I bought HP power supplies off ebay awhile back; 2x 5Ax40v, 2 1a at 40v max, and a monster 50v 50A beast. for $50. and a hundred to ship, lol.
 

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I would be interested in something that can do 13 - 14.4 volts with enough amps to bench test or setup a stand alone car stereo head unit .. 🤔
Depends on the wattage output, and how honest the rating is.

I'd rather see a deep discharge battery, and charger, to test those.

Maybe a 12V 7AH battery (or 14AH) to run the head unit, and a regular 2A charger to recharge it.

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A 5A power supply is enough to let an amp start up, but you do need 12V
 

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Not for sale; you pay shipping, I ship to you, until I run out.

Limit 2 or 3 at a time.

I can stuff 2 or 3 into a USPS Flat Rate Small box, which is as I type this something like $9.20 to ship in the USA.

These are pulls from Yealink/Polycom phone installs (where the systems were PoE and didn't need the extra PSUs).

I'd like to get the 20 or so out of my house.

EDIT: Forgot to mention. They have a barrel style connector, not a USB connector. This may make a difference in how desirable they are.

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What's the input Votlage? Are these running off a 120v ac line?
 

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What's the input Votlage? Are these running off a 120v ac line?
US plug, 110V input as delivered to me.

I'd have to check to see how wide ranging the input actually is.

100-240V input according to the placard on the PSU.

I've gone back and added a couple of pics.

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You should ask one of the local maker groips if they want them; that's enough current to run some complicated stuff.
 

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The local Maker's Groups that I've found are into baking and woodworking.

But that's a good idea; let me see if I can find anyone who does use 5V.

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