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ATX breakout board bench power supply back in stock

Posted on Monday, August 6th, 2012 in power supply by DP

The ATX breakout board bench power supply is back in stock at Seeed Studio. This board recycles an old computer PSU into a handy bench tool with 3.3/5/12/-12 volt supplies.

You can get one for $14 at Seeed Studio.

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5 Responses to “ATX breakout board bench power supply back in stock”

  1. Mikkelsen says:

    The Sick of Beige enclosures, will they be available from seeed?, and preferably linked to the products on seeeds webshop?

    • Filip says:

      They are under testing, Ian received them the same day he left for Singapore. When he gets back, and if everything tests out ok, they’ll go into production…

      Thanks for the suggestion for the link in the sales pages,

  2. Mikkelsen says:

    cool, I will await ordering until I can order things together, shippingcost and the long wait for things to arrive to Norway is…. oh well.. :)

  3. Pisami says:

    Is there a typo on the silkscreen or is it joke? (R2D2)

  4. Ian says:

    Fulfillment had a tiny spelling error on v1.

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