ToolkitRC P200 Mini Desktop Power Supply AC100W DC 200W Max 10A


$134.33

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Features
P200 is a mini desktop adjustable power supply, with AC or DC two input modes,
built-in 100W GaN AC power supply, IPS wide-angle display screen records and
curve display voltage and current, and other features.
Product Details
Input voltage: AC 100-240V@MAX 100W
DC 7-28V@MAX 10A 200W
Main output: 1.0-10.0A @MAX AC 100W / DC 200W
1.0-30.0V @MAX AC 100W / DC 200W
USB output: 5.0-20.0V @MAX 65W
USB protocol: PD 3.0/PD2.0/PPS/QC4/QC3.0/QC2.0
AFC/FCP/SCP/PE2.0/PE1.1/SFCP/VOOC
Protection time: <1ms (Short circuit, OC ,OV)
Control cycle: 8ms
Product size: 84*63*78 mm
Product weight: 360g
Pack size: 160*150*73 mm
Pack weight: 670g
LCD: IPS 1.54" 240*240 resolution
Main port: 4.0mm banana female port
USB port: TYPE-C Fast charge, upgrade
Item Packing
ToolkitRC P200 Power Supply x 1
LC-P200
ToolkitRC P200 Mini Desktop Power Supply AC100W DC 200W Max 10A Output for iphone Sumsung
ToolkitRC P200 Mini Desktop Power Supply AC100W DC 200W Max 10A Output for iphone Sumsung
ToolkitRC P200 Mini Desktop Power Supply AC100W DC 200W Max 10A Output for iphone Sumsung
ToolkitRC P200 Mini Desktop Power Supply AC100W DC 200W Max 10A Output for iphone Sumsung
ToolkitRC P200 Mini Desktop Power Supply AC100W DC 200W Max 10A Output for iphone Sumsung
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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 15 July, 2021.

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