Help finding a 110v to 24vDC Anderson power supply similar to this

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MaCheFai

Joined May 10, 2017
15
I apologize for the noob question, but I have a mental block when it comes to all things electric. So I just purchased one of these: https://www.williamsbrewing.com/Cannular-110-Volt-Transformer-P4754.aspx While in transit, the company notified me that they just found out it's defective and they won't have a replacement for 8-10 weeks. So I wanted to see if I could find a replacement online sooner. Does anyone know where I can find an equivalent power supply sooner? Anything on amazon would be ideal, the sooner the better!

Thanks in advance!
 

mvas

Joined Jun 19, 2017
538
It looks like a 24 Volt DC, 8.3 Amp, 200 Watt power supply

Cut the Anderson connector off of the old P/S or buy a new one
Buy a new 24 Volt P/S
Attach the Anderson connector.
Verify DC polarity, Black = (+), White = (-)
 
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MaCheFai

Joined May 10, 2017
15
Is this an odd configuration? I'm having a tough time finding a replacement at a similar price that can arrive quickly.

And if it helps, they said it can run off of a drill or car battery as well.



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MaCheFai

Joined May 10, 2017
15
Thanks, I just prefer the form factor of the one they sent. It's enclosed since there will be lot of liquid splashing around, I wanted to try and find a similar one to that.
 

paulktreg

Joined Jun 2, 2008
769
It looks OK to me.

It is likely the two leads come from the same point internally which you can confirm by measuring the resistance between the two red and two black wires which should be zero ohms or close enough whilst not connected to the mains.

If you need 200W, and you get zero ohms as above, I would connect the two reds and two blacks together to provide the power.
 
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