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Default For Sale: Vicor FlatPac Industrial Power Supplies, 28VDC and 48VDC @ 200W

Greetings everyone!

I have several Vicor FlatPac power supplies I received as surplus spares from scientific gear being disposed of. They are very high quality power supplies that I have too many of, and besides, I need the project money! These are all are brand new, four of which are in the original plastic packaging they are shipped with. Their specifications are as follows:

4x 48VDC 200W Vicor FlatPac Power Supplies
1x 28VDC 200W Vicor FlatPac Power Supply

All will take 100-120VAC or 200-240VAC and are a bit narrower than the size of a high end desktop video card. The tag with my screen name is written on the back of a business card, for size comparison. They are solid cast aluminum with loads of heat sinking. They all come with the original mounting hardware, screws and flanges for mounting to a flat surface. They all come with manuals.

Here are the links to relevant datasheets:

http://cdn.vicorpower.com/documents/...ds_flatpac.pdf

http://cdn.vicorpower.com/documents/...allguideFA.pdf

The photos below are mostly of the 28VDC power supply, the one without plastic. It still comes with a foam insert to protect the PS during shipping.















Here is a shot showing how to hook them up for 120VAC operation. I called up the Vicor customer support to get some information on how they operate. You must connect a jumper between the ST1 and ST2 terminals on the input side in order for it to work in 120VAC. Remove the jumper for 240VAC operation. It won’t damage the unit if you leave it out for 120VAC, but it certainly won’t work. I have also included jumpers with each unit. I was also told that it is recommended to tie the sense terminals to their respective output terminals, S+ to output +, S- to output -. You can see the green jumper wires on those terminals in the photo.



I will be selling these for $100 each, which includes shipping anywhere not prohibited. I would like to accept PayPal, but will entertain alternatives to members in good standing with LPF. Please specify which voltage you want at the time of purchase.

A tracking number will be provided once shipped.

If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to PM me.

Thanks for looking!


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