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M2-ATX Automotive DC-DC Power Supply, 160 W
- 160 watts
- 6 ~ 24 V Input
- 2-PEM Mounting
The M2-ATX comes with complete cable harness consisting of:
- ATX cable extender plus HDD and Floppy power (9")
- SATA power cable
- Cable harness includes connectors for: 1 Molex, 1 Berg, 1 SATA, 2 ATX
- Power input cable harness terminated in 0.25' fastons (12")
- 2-pin M/B on/off power ON control wire harness (9")
M2-ATX has 8 user-selectable microcontroller driven timing modes, allowing you to choose up to 8 ignition/shutdown car PC timing schemes via a built-in shutdown controller. By removing all user-selectable jumpers, the M2-ATX becomes a traditional PC PSU with no ignition control (shutdown controller bypassed) and it can be used in non-vehicle computer applications.
Even if your computer is off, a PC will still consume a few hundred milliwatts, needed to monitor PC ON/OFF status. When the computer (car pc) is in the suspend/sleep mode, it will consume even more power, because the RAM needs to be powered at all times. The power consumption in the suspend mode is a few watts. No matter how big your car battery is, it will eventually drain your vehicle battery in a matter of days.
While in deep sleep mode, the M2-ATX constantly monitors your car battery voltage levels, preventing deep discharge situations by automatically shutting down (using a built-in shutdown controller) until the battery reaches safe levels again.
Compatibility with other Mini-ITX components: The M2-ATX is form factor compatible with the VoomPC enclosure and with most Casetronic and Morex enclosures. It is footprint compatible with the M1-ATX. This power supply is not compatible with our line of Serener fanless cases.
|Input Voltage||6~24 VDC|
|Output Voltage||12 V|
|Output Power||160 W|
|Cable Connectors||ATX 20-pin
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||160 x 19 x 45mm|
|Notes||M2-ATX-HV provides up to 8 amps on the 12-volt rail, making it ideal for operating most Core 2 Duo, Celeron, and AMD systems. Low power Geode and VIA processors (C3, C7) will work as well, leaving ample power for 12-volt or 5-volt peripherals (multiple 3.5" HDDs, CD-ROM, etc).