[E3-hacking] Power supply parameters.
dg at cowlark.com
Sun Oct 7 00:19:37 BST 2007
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> Absolutely (excluding model) is the same as for the E2.
> I have E2, connected with the power supply, it works.
Having finally been able to check...
The E3 power supply is model EM3002A and provides 33.5V, 200mA.
The E2 power supply is model EM2001A and provides 28V, 280mA.
I list the model numbers because they're otherwise identical, even to the
connector. Obviously by the fact that your E3 is running on the E2 supply
there's a certain amount of safety margin, but still, you may want to be
careful. (I certainly wouldn't want to try it the other way round.)
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