How can I use an ATX power supply without a motherboard?

How can I use an ATX power supply without a motherboard?

Simply plug one wire from the switch into the PSU’s green connector and the other wire into any of the black connectors. It doesn’t matter which one of the black connectors you use, and it doesn’t matter which end of switch is connected to which wire.

When should I use bench power supply?

For the most accurate voltage sourcing, it’s advisable to use a bench power supply that comes equipped with a remote voltmeter or remote sense. This allows for a clean voltage reading at the DUT rather than at its input terminals by compensating for voltage drop along the test leads.

How many AMPS is an ATX bench top power supply?

Easy ATX Bench Top Power Supply. Cheap (AXT) Bench Power Supply 30 Amps! ATX Power Supply – the Elegant Way to Adapt to Benchtop Use… Have an instructable you think should be included in this collection?

How to mount an ATX power supply to the base?

I mounted my supply on a block of wood, along with a terminal strip for breaking out the connections from the ATX supply. I used the existing threaded screw holes on the back of the ATX supply and a couple of homemade brackets (actually just flattened a couple of small angle brackets in my bench vise) to mount the ATX power supply to the base.

What is a benchtop power supply conversion kit?

Handy conversion kit plugs into your ATX power supply to create a benchtop power supply with enough juice to run most of your electronics projects. Provides quick access to the typical voltages needed including 3.3V, 5V, 12V and -12V. Each output channel has replaceable 5A fuse and corresponding ground connection with binding post.

What are the features of a 24-pin ATX board?

Easy to connect on-board standard 24pin ATX port; just plug-in, and you’re ready to go. Power indicator, power switch and LEDs. Added bonus, on-board USB port for charging or power of external devices. Board Size: 128 x 48 x 30mm / 5.04 x 1.89 x 1.18 inch (L*W*H).