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Old 03-18-2014, 04:22 AM   #1
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Default converting a server power supply DPS 450FB A

I have pulled out of a Dell server a power supply DPS 450FB A. It is used and in working condition. I want to convert it to a 12V PS. It starts when I plug the circuit board (and do the usual green/black connection) to which the ps was connected inside the server but it an uneasy set up. I have not been able to start the PS by connecting directly in some arrangement which I found on the www the out pins of the PS. Does anybody have experience and could sent me the proper wiring of the out pins to start the PS?
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Guys posting in theis thread claim to have done it, and a pin-out is included: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showt...05309&page=120
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thank you for info but no luck So i have wired the PS together with the circuit board. On this board were plugged 2 X DPS 450 . This is perhaps why I am having the problem not being able to start the PS as indicated on the rc group chanel
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