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Product Brand & Model:

Cascade Audio Engineering (CAE) APS-75 Power Supply

Condition of all items:

8/10 - Some scratches to feet and housing (from normal use).

Total Price: :

$165 Shipped

Shipping Terms: :

Shipping included. Alaska, Hawaii, Canada will be more.

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Additional info:
I bought this from a fellow member and it has sat on the shelf collecting dust so I have decided to sell it.

Jumper is included. This boost voltage to 14.2V, for quick charging a battery.

- Super nice AC to DC, 75 AMP/1000 Watt (Continuous) Power Supply.
- Virtually silent operation; no low frequency transformer hum.
- Fan engages at around 75% of full load.
- Efficiency rating of 86-90%, with advanced switching design.
- May be used with or without a battery.
- Can be wired in parallel with another APS-75 for even more power.
- Power easily doubles if you add battery to it (according to Victor)
- When not in use power is essentially off, saving electricity.

NOTE: Needs a 20A outlet to plug into, if using household electricity.

Retail Cost: $372.00
Dimensions: 13" x 6.5" x 3.5" (13" includes the mounting feet)
Weight: ~ 8-9 lbs.

FAQ Sheet:
http://cascadeaudio.com/power_conver...df/aps_faq.pdf

Tech Sheet (Full Specs):
http://www.cascadeaudio.com/power_co...csOnly2006.pdf

Manual:

http://www.cascadeaudio.com/power_co...APS_Manual.pdf

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