Re: My sick 2/10

From: Jason Perkins <quanda_computing_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 16:28:57 -0600

> Ooops ?! That's a different voltage compared with your last mail.

I did some more checking after letting the PSU still all night.

the +5 standby reads 5.4v

The +5 reads 5.6v the FIRST time it's turned on. But, If I cycle the AC, it goes up. By replugging the PSU a few times it went all the way up to 10.1v! I left the PSU on for an hour and watched the voltage on the +5 pin, it gradually fell to 1.04 I then turned off the AC and it went to 1.17. Also, when I remove the AC, there is still voltage on the +5v pin, E.G., when I first applied AC to the PSU, the meter read 5.6. I then removed AC and the meter still read 5.6 and gradually went down.

The +12 starts at 14v then counts down to 0v


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Received on 2004-11-29 13:27:04

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