As you all know, page four is all about taking stuff apart. As you can see above, I've already gotten started. Nice, clean layout there.
Fan by Adda.
The AC receptacle with two Y capacitors soldered to it.
Soldering is, as usual, very good quality coming from Delta.
More transient filter out front. Two X caps, two Y caps, two coils, but no MOV that I could find.
The PWM controller is a common CM-6800G.
All but one of the capacitors in the unit are Nippon Chemi-Con. The one that isn't is Rubycon.
In this picture, we can get a glimpse of Delta's obsession to detail by looking at the 12V wires. They actually used different heatshrink colors down at the PCB to delineate the four 12V rails. The three Chemi-Cons down on the lower right are KZH series parts, by the way.
The primary side heatsink. Two 35N60C3's and a diode form the PFC section, while the main switchers are 6R125P's.
The secondary parts. On the 12V side, we have two STPS60L60CT's and two IPP037N08N3's. The 5V rail gets a pair of STPS60L60CT's. The 3.3V rail gets two STPS30L40CT's and two MBRB30H30G's.
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