GZH1000-1H 24 VDC @ 1000 Watts Power Supply
© Brooke Clarke
In order to operate military radios
that were designed for use in a military vehice in a fixed
installation one of the things you need is a source of "24 Volt"
DC power. I put quotes around it because in reallity a
military vehicle will have anywhere from 20 volts (battery dead)
to 30 Volts (full charge).
eBay magic search words: 1000W 24V
about $200 including shipping
(arrived well packed via Fedex in 7 days)
This is a switching power supply so
there's a potential problem with noise getting into
receivers. Another potential problem is when transmitting
the RF may get into the power supply and cause it to do something
that's not normal operation.
The panel contains left to right:
Output binding post terminals with ring terminal lugs that can
accept a wire conductor up to 0.190" diameter. 6 AWG rated for 60
to 100 Amps.
8 AWG is rated 46 Amps and 10 AWG
is rated 33 to 55 Amps.
Note: The M455-1 power supply used multiple 16 AWG connector
pins wired in parallel to handle a 50 Amp load using a number of
16 AWG wires (each wire is rated 13 Amps).
Hole to access output voltage adjust pot with range from 23
to 25 VDC. (set to 25 V)
LED indicator connected to output, so stays on after AC is turned
IEC AC input jack
On the panel adjacent to the IEC socket there's an 110/220 VAC
input selection switch.
On the rear panel ther are two fans.
Size: 7.5" (w) x 3.5" (h) x 10.5" (d)
Weight: 7 pounds
Other "24 Volt" power supplies:
25 Amp 600 Watts (maybe
750 Watts when adjusted to 30 VDC?)
- might be a 1500 Watt
Analog 24V Supply -
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