This small regulated switching power supply features 2 Powerpole outputs in front and 1/4″ binding posts in rear. Machined metal front bezel with illuminated power switch. DC output voltage 14.1V at 25A continuous, 30A surge. Small 6x5x2.5″ footprint
Price : $119.99
The Powerwerx Switching Power Supply Model SS-30DV is designed to supply 25 Amps continuous and 30 Amps surge (up to 5 minutes) at 14.1 VDC. Loads can be connected to either the rear binding posts or the front Powerpole connectors. Any output may provide up to 30 Amps individually, and the total output is limited at 30 Amps.
- Front Connection: 2 sets of Powerpole connectors
- Rear Connection: 1/4 inch binding posts that also accept banana plugs, 1/4 inch ring terminals or compression connections
- Illuminated Power Switch
- Input Range: 100-120 VAC or 200-240 VAC, 50/60Hz (Switchable) New!
- Output Voltage: 14.1 VDC fixed
- Output Amperage: 25 continuous, 30 surge
- Internal Protection: Thermal, over current
- Internal Input Fuse: 6.3 Amps at 115 VAC
- Ripple Peak-to-Peak Max. <100mVpp
- Noise Peak-to-Peak Max. <100mVpp
- Operating temperature rating: 0 – 50 °C
- Storage temperature: -20 – 85 °C
Physical dimensions and materials:
- Weight: 3.0 lbs. (48 oz.)
- Overall Dimensions: 6.1 x 5 x 2.5 in (154mm long, 127mm wide, 63mm tall)
- Fan: Quiet internal cooling fan
- Machined metal case front bezel
- Meets FCC CFR Title 47 Part 15 Subpart B: Class B, CISPR: 2005 ANSI C63.4: 2003
- Meets CE/LVD (Low-Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC) standard
- Meets EMC: EN 55022:206+A1: 2007, 2010, EN 61000-3-2:2006
The Powerpole connectors mounted on the front panel conform to the RACES/ARES standard orientation.
Input Voltage Selection
The power supply is set up for 230V AC input as shipped from the factory. For 115V AC applications, set the recessed 115/230 input select switch located on the rear of the power supply into the proper position. Positions are identified on the switch. Use a small screwdriver to slide the switch into position. No adjustment is necessary for either 50 or 60 Hz input.
- Land mobile radio base stations
- Communications systems
- Security systems
- Automotive & marine systems
- OEM applications
- Test equipment
- Electronic displays
- 12 Volt lighting systems
- GPS receivers
- DC computers
- Power Supply
- AC Power Cord, 4 ft.
- Unplug the power supply from the mains supply outlet.
- Select the correct input voltage (See Input Voltage Selection).
- Connect the power cable’s positive (red) wire to the positive terminal and connect the negative (black) wire to the negative terminal on the back of the power supply or use the Powerpole connectors mounted on the front panel.
- Plug the power cable into the power socket on the back of the radio.
- Plug the power supply into the mains supply outlet.
Turning the power supply on
Turn the power supply on by pressing the power switch to the ‘ON’ Position.
Turning the power supply off
Before you turn the power supply off, turn the radio off as described in the user documentation for the radio. Then turn the power supply off by pressing the power switch to the ‘OFF’ Position.
The SS-30DV power supply is cooled by convection and forced air cooling (normal airflow around the power supply in combination with a temperature controlled fan to improve cooling at higher levels of use). The fan is activated by a sensor when the temperature rises above 70°C.
The Powerwerx support policy is simple: we want you to be happy! If you have a problem, please feel free to contact us and we will do our best to get you up and running as soon as possible.
The SS-30DV has a three-year limited warranty. We will repair or replace (at our discretion) your SS-30DV if you encounter any problems within three years from the date of purchase. We reserve the right to charge a reasonable fee for repairing units with user-inflicted damage. It is your responsibility to ship the defective unit back to Powerwerx. We will pay for the return shipping back to you. We reserve the right to upgrade your equipment to an equivalent or better model
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
|Fantastic Power Supply|
By Phil K6TT from Los Altos, CAIf you are a fan of power poles and easy to use/operate equipment, this is the power supply for you. Basically a very small, compact 25A (30A surge) DC power supply with power poles right on the front panel. Great for accessories or portable applications. I’m using on my desk at work, I bring different radios in and they are powered up in seconds. I am very impressed with the quality of workmanship and the neat, easy to use design. I would highly recommend this to anyone who needs portability and a compact design.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
|This thing rocks!|
By Dan from OregonI have beat the heck out of this thing and it performs admirably. Even when putting a 50A battery tester on it, the current limiting does its job and cuts down the voltage. The small size is very convenient for travel and power poles on the front makes this the best supply in its class, if you ask me. Meters would be nice, but it’s hard to complain!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
|Great supply and rugged also.|
By firstname.lastname@example.org from Baja California MXI use this supply at home and with my portable station. As I camp and operate radios over several days I have found this supply to be compact, noisefree, and reliable. At home it powers a 100 watt HF radio and a 50 watt dual band FM with no issues. In portable use it works in conjunction with your 40 amp powergate charger and a 100 amp gel cell to power a 100 watt HF radio. Your products are sturdy and all seem to plug n play together. Thak you Mike n6kzb/xe2
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
|No HF et. al. Interference|
By W5CO from USA MostlyGot this for portable use because of its relatively small size and light weight compared to the Yaesu FP-1030A. Using this supply, listened across all frequencies on all ham bands 160m to 2 m and 70 cm on a Yaesu FT-897D finding NO noise or interference of any kind from this switching power supply. Then, transmitting at 100 watts on 80, 40, 20, 15, 10, 2 meters and 70 cm, got clean signal reports on audio.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
|Great Regulation – Runs Cool|
By email@example.com from Denver, COI purchased the SS30DV power supply specifically for my ADTV project. Running class A amplifiers require very good power regulation to maintain close bias tolerances. The SS30DV came well packaged and even the poly bag was folded meticulously. I connected the power supply to a load of 250W 12V lamps. The no load voltage was 13.86V and I ran the power supply with the 20A load for 3 hours. With the full 20A load the output voltage was 13.78V. The exhaust fan air temperature was 105F degs. This power supply will serve the TV transmitter nicely. See the test at: http://wa6rzw.homelinux.net/addon/adtv/adtv_4.php