VCZHS DC 12V 30A Universal Regulated Switching Power Supply for LED Strip light, CCTV, Radio, Computer Project etc

DC 12V 30A 360W Universal Switching Power Supply

12V 30A : (L*W*H) 215*115*50mm

● Good quality & high performance
● Protections: overload/ over voltage/ short circuit Cooling by free air convection(Not suggest for use in bathroom)
● 30A is rated current. The unit can work long hours at this current and good cooling environment. The actual output current depends on circuit loads.
● Please DO NOT let the unit work long hours over rated current! Normally it is better to work under 80% of rated current.

● L, N, GND: AC power input
● +V: DC power output “+”
● -V: DC power output “-”
● +V / ADJ: fine adjustment of output voltage
Working Temperature: 0~40℃
Humidity: 0~95% Non-Condensation


Package Included:
1 x 12V DC 30A 360W Regulated Switching Power Supply

Product Features

  • Input: AC 100-240V Output: DC 12V 30A
  • Protections: Short Circuit/Overlod/Over voltage
  • Widely used in Industrial automation, LED display, communications, etc.
  • High effciency, long life and High reliability
  • Size: (L*W*H) 215*115*50mm

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3 thoughts on “VCZHS DC 12V 30A Universal Regulated Switching Power Supply for LED Strip light, CCTV, Radio, Computer Project etc”

  1. Low profile design makes this PS suitable for many different projects. Living off the grid I tend to try different types of LED’s in different configurations to see what works the best to give us the most light lumen’s without drawing down our battery bank. This PS does all that and more, I can adjust it a bit to give me a wider range of uses. Does not see to be any issue with over heating although I have not pushed it to capacity. Been using it with 5 and 10 watt LED’s, so far so good. This is…

  2. Didn’t use it for LED lighting, instead I am using it for my 3D printer. This thing works wonders compared to the OEM powersupply. Simply screw down your wiring (make sure that your input power is grounded!) and you’ll have a nice steady 12V source. Put my meter on it and it was right at 12V, and using the adjustment pot I was able to up it right where I needed it (12.5). I see no problems with turning on the heated bed and nozzle at the same time, no fluctuations whatsoever, the power supply…

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