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Old 06-20-2013, 09:25 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi,

I am looking for power supply with UPS, 50 to 60 amps, output at 12 v. At least with 250 watts and battery backup.
I am a beginner in this area and my boss asked me to find something similar and it's been hard to find. Does anyone know where to find this UPS?
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Old 06-20-2013, 09:37 AM
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50 - 60 amps? 12v? 250watts? I think your boss is messing with you or gave you some wrong info.

These terms and numbers do not fit together for any one single device especially related to home theater

Now if it is 50-60 mA (milliamps) at 12 v DC then that is different..

Maybe tell us what this unit is for it would be helpful... Hope your boss has not played a trick on you..

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UPS with a 12 volt DC output? Isn't that called a 'battery'?

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Hi,

I found a company which makes customized DC-USP Power supply. They can make the equipment with the specification that I need.
The website is http://solarcraft.net/dcups-power-supply/

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