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Old 05-03-2016
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Default Logisys PS480D Review by me

I have improved my review quality from my last Diablotek. I now include more information such as cable length measurements, switching transistors, rectifiers. Let me know if I messed anything up. It's so crappy, once again no transient filter.

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It obviously would be nice if you had access to a load tester. Even if it was just a multimeter and a resistor bank. Would be more informative and exciting imo.
Those chemi con looking caps aren't chemi-cons. They're some brand that's real sketch
I would call this more of a teardown imo. But good try I've never seen a logisys like this reviewed :P

Edit: what are you doing with those PSUs that you are done with after "reviewing"? I hope you aren't returning them.

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I'm doing nothing with them afterwards. I plan to get a DMM soon at least to take voltage measurements.
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