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Power Supply help

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by Vancleef, Jun 4, 2012.

  1. Vancleef

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    Jun 4, 2012
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    Hey guys I'm new here and very uninformed of breadboards, circuits, etc. But the project I'm working on needs to be powered and I need some help.

    I need to power 6 40mm fans, 1 water pump, and 2 led strips all 12v.
    The fans are rated at 12v .07 A
    The pump is 12v .69-1 A
    And the LED strips are 12v and not certain of the Amps as they have been cut smaller.

    I've purchased a small board to solder all the parts onto, but I'm lost on how to power all these parts, please any help at all would greatly be appreciated! Also a note I'd like to add, I'd like to keep the board as clean and simple as possible. No wires running everywhere, etc :)


    Here are some pictures of what I'm working on and what needs to be wired. If your wondering what it is, its a water-cooling kit :D

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