RS PRO 600W PC Power Supply, 100 → 240V dc Input, 3.3V, 5V, 5VSB, 12V, -12V Output

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RS PRO 600W ATX Power Supply Unit

From RS PRO, the 600W ATX power supply is a robust PSU (Power Supply Unit) that offers high efficiency and reliability when supplying power to internal components of a PC or computer. The RS PRO 600 watt ATX power supply offers excellent fan control with super low noise, making it ideal for use in a range of environments. The PSU includes long flat black cables, allowing the unit to be installed with ease regardless of the setup, whilst saving space for components. For enhanced protection, the power supply also offers over voltage and over power protection and short circuit protection on all outputs.

Features and Benefits

  • Long connector cables offering versatility

  • 80 plus bronze certified

  • Flat black cables that save space for installation options

  • Super low noise fan control for quietness

  • High efficiency and reliability when supplying power to components

  • Low ripple & noise

  • Short circuit protection on all outputs

  • Over voltage and over power protection

Applications

Power supply units (PSU), also referred to as computer power supplies are used to supply power to a range of internal hardware components in PC’s and full-towers. Power supply units can vary in power ratings, input and output voltages depending on the requirements. Power supplies can be installed in a variety of ways via connectors, providing flexibility when computer building. Power supply units are used in computers to supply power to a variety of components such as:

  • Motherboard

  • Graphics Card

  • Fans

  • Hard Drives

  • Optical Drives

Standards

CB, CE, TUV, C TUV, ERP & 80 Plus Bronze

FAQs

Why do I need a PSU?

Power supplies for computers work by converting mains AC to low-voltage regulated DC power, allowing internal components to be powered and function correctly. They also help to maintain air circulation and prevent components from overheating.

What is ATX?

ATX is an abbreviation for Advanced Technology eXtended, which refers to the configuration specification of motherboards and power supplies. An ATX PSU ensures that it is compatible with ATX motherboards within a computer and will fit most common modular computer cases and builds.

Specificaties
Kenmerk Waarde
Input Voltage 100 → 240V dc
Output Voltage -12 V, 3.3 V, 5 V, 5 VSB, 12 V
Power Rating 600W
Output Current 0.3A, 2.5A, 17A, 19A, 54A
Number of Outputs 5
30 op voorraad - levertijd is 2 werkdag(en).
Prijs Each
71,72
(excl. BTW)
86,78
(incl. BTW)
Aantal stuks
Per stuk
1 - 4
€ 71,72
5 - 9
€ 69,57
10 - 24
€ 67,42
25 - 49
€ 65,27
50 +
€ 63,11
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