Aibecy DC 12V 360W 30A Universal Regulated Switching Mode Power Supply for Creality 3D Printer CR-10 CR-10S

September 24, 2018 - Comment

Features: Smart switch power supply for 3D Printer CR-10/ CR-10S. Convert AC 110V/220V to DC 12V 360W 30A. With a switch to choose proper input voltage for use: AC 110V/220V. Safe for operating, with fuse for protection, overload protection, overvoltage protection. Selected input voltage, steady output voltage. Ideal power transformer for 3D printer. Specifications: Suitable

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Features:
Smart switch power supply for 3D Printer CR-10/ CR-10S.
Convert AC 110V/220V to DC 12V 360W 30A.
With a switch to choose proper input voltage for use: AC 110V/220V.
Safe for operating, with fuse for protection, overload protection, overvoltage protection.
Selected input voltage, steady output voltage.
Ideal power transformer for 3D printer.

Specifications:
Suitable for: CR-10/ CR-10S 3D Printer
Output Voltage: DC 12V, 360W, 30A
Input Voltage: 100-120V, 60Hz; 200-220V, 50Hz
Voltage Adjustable: ±10%
Overload Protection: 105% to 150% of rated power
Overvoltage Protection: 105% to 150% of rated power
Operating Temperature: -20°C to 60°C (without frost)
Cooling type: Natural cooling
Shell Structure: Stainless steel
Modulation Mode: Pulse width modulation
Link Mode: Full bridge type
Product Function: Power transformer
Item Size: 21.5 * 11.4 * 5cm/ 8.5 * 4.5 * 2in
Item Weight: 682g/ 1.5lb.

Package List:
1 * Power Supply

Product Features

  • Smart switch power supply for 3D Printer CR-10/ CR-10S.
  • Convert AC 110V/220V to DC 12V 360W 30A.
  • With a switch to choose proper input voltage for use: AC 110V/220V.
  • Safe for operating, with fuse for protection, overload protection, overvoltage protection.
  • Selected input voltage, steady output voltage.

Comments

Alaskan84 says:

Took a gamble that this would work to bring my … Took a gamble that this would work to bring my CR10S5 back to life and it sure did! From what I could tell, the controller fan fell apart and caused the power supply to overheat. I fixed the fan but this was the only power supply I could find that might have potentially worked. Appeared to be a direct replacement for the power supply in my CR10S5 and I was able to swap it in about 5 minutes!

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