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Old 02-14-2014, 06:11 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Can I use one of my power supplies to power a 12v macerator?

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Originally Posted by soarwitheagles View Post
Thanks for the heads up. We moved into this ranch about 4 months ago. I found wiring throughout the property that was done by someone with their head up their bottom. Death traps everywhere. The sickening pat of it all is that the previous owners both died in a house fire here 3 years ago.

So I will be more careful that usual.

I think I will use my HEATHKIT BATTERY ELIMINATOR IP-2715. I built it in the 1970's and used it to talk around the world on a bootleg CB and massive linear. With a PDL antenna, we were cranking out over 50,000 watts at the time. The HEATHKIT BATTERY ELIMINATOR IP-2715 was able to crank out 12-13 volts, 15 amps, peaking at 25+ amps.

I think it may do the job....

Soar
WOW I remember those Heath kits, Back in the early 2000's My father was getting ready to sell a second house and came across a old Heath kit 4 band radio still in the box, I put it on EBay and got almost $400 for it, It still had the price of $23 written in magic marker on the side of the box lol
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