E3D Power Supply

Power supply for RepRap 3D printers

  • Replacement power supply.
  • £55.10

Price shown includes 20% VAT. Excludes delivery costs

Dispatch on 11.09.2020

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Item no.: E3D-E-PSU-12V-400W, Content: 1 pc

EAN: n/a

  • Replacement power supply.

Product information & technical details

Item no.: E3D-E-PSU-12V-400W
Manufacturer No.: E-PSU-12V-400W
Manufacturers: E3D
Content: 1 pc
Product types: 3D Drucker Upgrades, Extruder

Description

Replacement power supply for RepRap 3D printers

Property S-400-12V S-400-24V
DC output voltage 12V 24V
DC output current 33A 16,5A
DC output voltage error ± 1% ± 1%
Ripple and noise 150mV 150mV
Efficiency 74% 81%
Input current 6.5A / 115V 4A / 230V 6.5A / 115V 4A / 230V
AC input voltage range 85-132VAC / 170-264vac 47-63HZ 240-370VDC 85-132VAC / 170-264vac 47-63HZ 240-370VDC
Overload protection 105-135% cut off the output auto-recovery 105-135% cut off the output auto-recovery
Over-voltage protection 115-135 cut off the output auto-recovery 115-135 cut off the output auto-recovery
Weight 1.05 kg 1.05 kg

Important!

There is a voltage selector switch that allows you to configure the power supply to match your national supply voltage. This must be checked and set after receipt of the delivery. The default setting is 220 V, which causes less damage when connected to a 110 V power supply. However, the reverse setting can lead to irreversible damage.

Tip

This power supply is aimed at experienced users. If you are not familiar with the cabling in your own network, please consider an alternative power supply. All connections must be isolated to avoid short circuits and electrical shock to people who may be exposed to your printer. Please play it safe!

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The first industrial 3D printer was first manufactured in the 80s when the first CAD programmes first appeared on the market.