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Mar 05, 2017, 12:08 PM
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Yeah, always possible to use plugs off and on. But its much nicer to use switch, and of course commercial units like these would always have power switch.
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Mar 05, 2017, 12:23 PM
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Not so. They are turned on by software.
Mar 05, 2017, 01:05 PM
I am a nice guy! Really!
I am turned on by software too! Sorry for the off topic post. I will send any objectors a wet noodle to lash me with.
Mar 07, 2017, 11:58 PM
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Don't know if this is the right place to ask this question, please point me in the right direction if not,thank you.
I have a couple of hp dps1200fb that have had the ground floated internally . I want to connect them in series and they will not be touching each other. Is having both p.s. grounds floated a problem. Any recommendations are appreciated. Wanted to check b4 I powered them up together.
Thanks again
Mar 08, 2017, 01:25 AM
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Originally Posted by mrforsyth View Post
The cleanest method is to simply bend pins 4, 6 (short pin), and 10 into pin 8 and then feed solder.

https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...90&postcount=5

https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...97&postcount=6

Mark
Is this (the picture) the same powersupply as DPS-600PB ESP135? It says ESP135, but not the rest. So what I'm actually wondering is if Marks nice method would work on mine?

And I've also seen somwhere that connecting 3-9 with an 1k ohm would raise the voltage?

And if I'm on the wrong thread I'm sorry, please kick me in the right direction

EDIT: Nwm, I found ot I don't neet to connect pin 4 to 8 to quiet the fan on this, so its just 6-8-10
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Mar 12, 2017, 12:20 PM
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How to start the power supply DCJ8452-01P REV: F.
CISCO ds-cac-845w
Mar 12, 2017, 03:57 PM
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hello

does someone here accomplished to get a Dell 930P-00 to vary in output voltage ??
Mar 14, 2017, 07:31 PM
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I have a Dell NPS-350BB and can not find diagram for it . can someone help me. Thanks
Yesterday, 11:14 AM
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Here is how I did it. I'm sure there are other ways. Be warned that I am no expert on this stuff. Everything I know about power supplies I learned on this thread. Preceed at your own risk!!!

It would be a good idea to read this thread before proceeding. https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...1#post13992510

The black insulating sheath that goes between the case and the innards must be reused.

I only isolated the DC ground on one unit, not both. I also have a thin layer of plastic insulation between the cases just from a belt + suspenders mentality.
I have bumped up the voltage a bit over the expected 24V. Details later
Hi guys
I've bought 8 of these psu for making 4 psu at 24V.
One of these 8 psu doesn't go on. When i turn on it, the fan go on but the green led is always off and the Vout is 1V.
Have someone some ideas of the causes?

Thanks
Yesterday, 01:11 PM
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Hi Guys

First post here.
Just my minor input after all the excellent info about power up connections which has helped me tremendously.

For HP 449838-001, 449840-002 or 486613-001 12v 62A, 750w PSU I have found the following connections powers it up. I believe it's used in a DL180/185 server.

I only have 'tested' it on a 50w load so I have no idea of stability under serious loads

The other two pictures show my connector used to test the PSU's as requested by a member and a (perhaps) clearer construction diagram.

Hope it helps
Cheers,
Barry

PS:
This pinout unit will also start up (50w test load) the HSTNS-PL29
I believe used in DLl360/DL360p Gen8 server and DL380/DL380p server.

Other HP part numbers:
643932-201,
643955-201,
660183-001,
PS-2751-7C-LF
(Revision 02)

Barry.
Hello, i've got another PSU working:
An HSTNS-PL 18
PartNo: 506822-201
it's a 750 Watts powersupply capable of 62.5Amps on 12 V derived from HP DL-380 servers.
I've started it with the aid of Barry's diagram, added bonus is that the fan starts real quiet.
I used 1kOhm resistors.
I've hadnt had a chance to test it under real load to see if the fan would spin harder but for now with my use it behaves perfectly.
Yesterday, 10:16 PM
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RE: 62A HP power supply
When it heats up the fan will speed up. I think there is a load bias too that spins the fan based on load. I sell these.


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