Teardown of a Peaktech 6225A

Posted on Tuesday, February 7th, 2017 in Teardowns by DP


Teardown and analysis of a Peaktech 6225A power supply from ElectroBob:

I got a Peaktech 6225A power supply to power some things, as it seemed like a good deal, going beyond what one might find normally in these types of supplies: more display resolution and supposedly, lower noise. For this price, this supply is a good deal compared to other similar ones on the market. Let’s see how it performs.

More details at Electro Bob homepage.

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