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Old Jul 05, 2010, 06:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Xargon321 View Post
Try plugging the pins

. . . . . .
x . . . . .
. . . . . x
x . . . . .

and it should turn on i have a dell and that the ones i had to plug together to get to turn on and provide power
I have a supply for Dell PowerEdge 2850 (12V 57A max) and after reinventing the wheel, I saw this post . Grounding #19 fires up the 3.3V part, row 3 (-) and row 4 (+), only. Also gives some voltage on #18 and when this one is grounded, 12V output is turned on. I only get 11.9V though, both with a light load and noload.
Wish pinout was available. Maybe voltage can be adjusted via some of them?

Edit:
It happily delivered 48A to my charger and voltage was stable.
Part# Dell 7000814-0000

Connect both X's to ground (G):
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G . - + . .
G . - + . X
X . - + . .

Fred
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