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Old 02-09-2013, 06:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Power Cabling

I'm posting here only because i cant really quantify this question anywhere else. But here it goes...

I have purchased a lighting kit for the internals of my computer and its actually an AC powered unit. However, i knew going in to this that the power supply converts AC120v into DC12v (as stated on the device itself). Now after some research i determined that i can make one of these cables and adapt to for molex/sata power, and i have, its tested and works. I know its possible but i would like to get a "cleaner" version, and i cannot for the life of me find one. Is there such a thing as coaxial barrel jack dc12v to molex/sata power (am i even saying that right)? And if not, i have heard of a website that you can contract people to make you things, usually one off special items. Does anyone know of such a website? Thanks!
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