MCM Electronics

Multi Voltage Regulated Power Supply By Distributed By MCM (MW122A) MCM Part #28-2200

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$20.99 
MSRP: $46.99
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  • Ideal for any device drawing up to 2A
  • Fully regulated to deliver constant DC power
  • Rotary selector switch selects 3, 41/2, 6, 71/2, 9 and 12V
  • Power projects or small battery operated devices
  • Color coded binding posts makes connection easy
  • Ultra-compact, lightweight design
  • Power on LED indicator
  • Dimensions: 5 3/16" (L) x 2 5/8" (H) x 3 7/8" (W)
  • Specifications Top


    Part Numbers
    MCM Part #:28-2200
    Distributed By MCM Part #:MW122A
    Package Specifications & Dimensions
    Weight:3.032 lbs.
    Hazardous:No
    RoHS Comp:Yes
    Warranty:90 days
    Need to Return?
    Length:7.25 in.
    Width:4.25 in.
    Height:3.25 in.
    Shipping Information
    Extra Shipping Charge:No
    Drop Ship:No
    Catalog Pages
    Catalog/Page:
    MCM Cat 57, Page 828
    MCM Cat 56, Page 739
    View in Catalog

    Product Reviews Top

    • by creexpert

      on 9/4/2014

      holding steady

      Overall: 5 out of 5
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      great little power supply. fits my needs perfectly

    • by dewddiact

      on 10/12/2012

      Exhibit Fabricator

      Overall: 5 out of 5
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      Excellent versatility for the money. I use these frequently for power supplies in projects. The choice of voltages allows me to power nearly a whole exhibit with power to spare and reliability far exceeds the normal "Wall Wart" that I may have used instead.

    • by eppy47

      on 6/4/2012

      home owner

      Overall: 5 out of 5
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      The voltage power supply look great thanks for the fast shipment.

    • by mcmJames

      on 8/13/2011

      Low Cost Power Supply

      Overall: 3 out of 5
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      The problems: 1. The jacks are a non-standard spacing, too close together for use of a dual banana plug. 2. The switch uses the p.c. board for the stationary switch contacts. This works fine for switching the transformer taps, but contact resistance in the feedback resistor path can result in the 3 volt output being 10% high. Contact cleaner/lubricant on the p.c. board contacts helps. The pluses: The multiple taps on the transformer keep the power dissipation low.

    • by marshallf3

      on 5/3/2011

      How to add a 5V 2A output capability:

      Overall: 4.5 out of 5
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      Add a LM7805ACT or MC7805ACTG regulator IC internally. (with the proper 0.33uf input leg cap and 0.1 uF output lleg bypass caps along with at least a 470 uF filter electrolytic on the output leg) IT HAS TO BE an ACT or ACTG component, they're the only ones that will handle 2.2A given a large enough heat sink. Since the IC drops about 2V internally you'll need to give it at least a 7.5V input. NOW, drill a small hole for a mini SPDT rocker switch, center leg to the red binding post, one outside leg to the wire that was originally going there and the other to the output of the 5V regulator IC. You now have the capability of using it as it was with the rotary switch or switching it to a solid 5V 2A output.

    • by Mr.Remote

      on 3/14/2011

      Great product

      Overall: 5 out of 5
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      Great for running cooling fans in AV applications where noise is a factor.

    • by AdvDecInc

      on 3/8/2011

      Quality

      Overall: 5 out of 5
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      I have used several of these units and all are working great. I even have had one working 24/7 for several years now.

    • by tunagrande

      on 3/3/2011

      Solid, reliable power for small projects

      Overall: 4.5 out of 5
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      This unit is not one of the fancy switching supplys that are so light and tiny, it actually has a real live transformer in it ! I've used it on a half-dozen projects and it has performed perfectly. The only thing I wish it had was a 5V position.

    • by 89shoyamaha

      on 2/13/2011

      2A variable power supply

      Overall: 5 out of 5
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      Wow, I bought one of these when I was in high school and it stills works great!!! Class of '95!!

    • by installpro

      on 5/15/2009

      Works Great...

      Overall: 5 out of 5
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      Top 10 Contributor

      I have used several of these over the years. One is on my bench, as a temporary battery eliminator, several others are are permanently in use on various items. All have been 100% reliable.

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