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3~12VDC Selectable Switching DC Power Supply By Distributed By MCM (MW282) MCM Part #29-6305

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This compact size switching power DC/DC converter is ideal for all electrical items drawing up to 1.5 AMP. It is fully regulated to assure that constant, reliable DC power is delivered to your mobile electronics and electrical appliances. The selector slide switch facilitates the choice of 6 different voltages ( 3-4.5-6-7.5-9-12V DC ) with any current not more than 1500mA (e.g. portable TVs, video game consoles, and CD players). The 6 detachable DC barrel plugs fit the most common DC jacks found in low-voltage electronics equipment.

  • Integrated circuit assures that it is fully REGULATED
  • LED red light indicator
  • Fused, spring-tension plug fits virtually DC cigarette light sockets
  • 6 most commonly used detachable barrel plugs
  • Short circuit protection
  • Automatic thermal cut off
  • Automatic overload cut off
  • Detachable barrel plug sizes: 3.5mm, 1.35 x 3.5mm, 1.5 x 5.5mm, 2.0 x 5.0mm, 2.1 x 5.5mm, 2.5 x 5.5mm

Part Numbers
MCM Part #:29-6305
Distributed By MCM Part #:MW282
Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:0.55 lbs.
Hazardous:No
RoHS Comp:Yes
Warranty:365 days
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Length:9.5 in.
Width:6 in.
Height:2 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No
Catalog Pages
Catalog/Page:
MCM Cat 57, Page 817
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Product Reviews Top

  • by

    on 7/19/2014

    Fantastic Little Gizmo

    Overall: 5 out of 5
    Value:
    Quality:

    I ordered one of these to vary the voltage of my little campstove blower motor. In the "secret acc compartment," I grafted in a small digital voltmeter to monitor the output voltages. Works perfectly. The various outputs are fairly close to advertised--close enough for a blower motor. The instructions say to not move the slider switch (to change voltages) while connected to the 12 volt source. After a few minutes of all that hassle, I went ahead and switched on the fly. The world didn't come to an end, and I've used the be-jabbers out of it since, moving the switch with reckless abandon under load with no problems whatsoever. I suspect a "CMA" issue here.

    The only issue I could maybe have is the convoluted instructions and engineering of the detachable tips. It would be very easy to get the polarity wrong if you were snoozing on the job and apply reverse polarity to your electronic toy. Be sure to apply all your brain cells to this endeavour. I don't have this problem due to shortage of brain cells and besides, I have it hardwired to my blower motor. I love this little gizmo, and would surely buy another. Matter of fact, I HAVE ordered two more for further electron adventuring and back-up.