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    Accent 600W Modular
    Model: PW-1200 M

    Just recieved this power supply, was looking for some opinions.
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    Any feedback?

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    URL, e303928, is Andyson. This looks to be something of a low-end Andyson effort, but I'm far from an expert here.
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    That was quick!
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    Theres some questionable capacitors in there, especially on the secondary side.

    E303928 dosen't come up as anything on the UL's site.

    Someone on badcaps suggested its a CWT
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    Looks more like Youngyear to me.

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    Hmm, maybe, you can see on the pcb where its silk screened for 4 diodes under the rectifier, and it uses one of those fat rectifiers a lot of cheaper psu's use.
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    R-Senda, that's a quite small company in China.
    The design is again the aged TL494+LM339 based half-bridge topology whose upper limit is at around 600W. Having seen those questionable caps on the secondary and the bridge rectifier without heatsink attached, I'll pretty sure that 600W load will simply kill it, since R-Senda intended not to make it 600W.
    On the sticker 12V1/2 outputs are rated at 18A/20A but their combined output is 480W(40A) so where is the missing 2A? Those safety certification labels are most probably fake.
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    pcb is looks smallish, just sidecommenting.... looks oldschool pcb

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrWicked1968 View Post
    URL, e303928, is Andyson. This looks to be something of a low-end Andyson effort, but I'm far from an expert here.
    If it is, the PCB would usually say that. Also, I don't recognize those transformers although I do remember seeing the EL part # on ATNG units.
    Software readings are crap.

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