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hardware Classic   hardware Classic : Ray Carlsen's new Amiga power supplies
   posted by RobertB on 19-Nov-2014 6:09:31 (1797 reads)
In addition to his power supplies for C64s, C128s, Plus/4s, and VIC-20CRs (see topic http://amigaworld.net/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=39016&forum=17#742404 ), Ray Carlsen is now producing power supplies for the Amiga 500, Amiga 600, and Amiga 1200 (and will power the CMD hard drive for the above-named Commodores, too). His basic model is $80, not including shipping. See

http://personalpages.tds.net/~rcarlsen/cbm/universal_ps/Amiga%20PS.jpg

He has even built a p.s. that will power an Amiga and a sidecar addition, like an A590 hard drive. See

http://personalpages.tds.net/~rcarlsen/cbm/universal_ps/AMIGA%20CUSTOM%20PS.jpg

Since these p.s.'s are made one at a time, ask Ray at rcarlsen(at)tds.net for their availability.

A more official announcement,
Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group
http://www.dickestel.com/fcug.htm
    

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retro 
Re: Ray Carlsen's new Amiga power supplies
Posted on 20-Nov-2014 7:27:02
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any solution for 220/240 watts i live in denmark wee have another power plug...
i hope ther will be an adabter for this. becuse denmark and germany use another plug. and i think the amiga scene just in germany alo is alo bigger then in usa...

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Re: Ray Carlsen's new Amiga power supplies
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Thanks for the news Robert, I have just emailed Ray with a view to ordering one.


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Re: Ray Carlsen's new Amiga power supplies
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@retro They are automatically switching 110v/220v so all you would need to do is put your country's plug on it.


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Re: Ray Carlsen's new Amiga power supplies
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thanks for the info....

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Re: Ray Carlsen's new Amiga power supplies
Posted on 20-Nov-2014 22:59:06
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Of course, the PSU in question is CE-certified and adheres to EU fire safety regulations.


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Re: Ray Carlsen's new Amiga power supplies
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I ordered one about a week ago. Got shipping confirmation the day of the transaction just waiting for USPS, British customs and Parcel Force to do their thing!


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Re: Ray Carlsen's new Amiga power supplies
Posted on 30-Sep-2015 10:03:29
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So lately Ive been using my A1200 alot, and I have added bits and pieces to the hardware.

Atm I have:

A1200 with Blizzard 30/50 2+16 megs
Lyra 2 Keyboard adapter
RapidRoad USB
CF as harddrive
PCMCIA CF adapter
Mouse adapter
Indivision AGA Mk 2

And I just ordered the Gotek USB floppy replacement from Amigastore.eu.

My A1200 psu died a long time ago, and since then Ive been using my original A500 PSU for years (its from early 90s).

As far as future expansions I am thinking about getting CD Rom and a newer accelerator.
At the moment Induvidual Computers 030 accelerators are out of stock, but I might end up holding off for the Apollo FPGA upgrade (when it done from A1200...eventually!)

The question is; how will an A500 PSU handle all the stuff Im throwing at it, plus any thoughts about how it will deal with the addition of Apollo?
I assume Ray Carlsens PSU will have no problems with it.
Got EU/Norwegian power connection btw.

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