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Bishop Crane

PSU Adapter plate

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This is a very long shot, but thought it worth asking just in case.

 

An odd project I'm working on has a very old machine with an older Etasis Dual PSU.  One of these specifically;
http://etasisamerica.com/product/EPR-2305/epr-2305.htm

This is not an ATX PSU, and 300W is totally pathetic for the intended use of the machine.
We're looking at swapping it for a new PSU, not worried that it won't be redundant, just more powerful.

So the key point is, the Etasis is not ATX, actually its over double the size of an ATX supply.

Does anyone know if anyone makes adaptor plates to convert from whatever form factor it is to ATX?  Much like you can get an ATX to SFX adaptor.

Many hours of googling have turned up very little.


If not I guess we'll have to make something ourselves.

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50 minutes ago, Bishop Crane said:

This is not an ATX PSU, and 300W is totally pathetic for the intended use of the machine.

Well, technically it is. An ATX PSU with a Hot Swap connector inside some kind of frame for that.

 

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Does anyone know if anyone makes adaptor plates to convert from whatever form factor it is to ATX?  Much like you can get an ATX to SFX adaptor.

Many hours of googling have turned up very little.

Because the format is very uncommon these days and hasn't been in use for a decade or more.

So the Adaptors that once existed are all gone.

 

I have a Chenbro SR-103 Cube Case with those Dual ATX PSU as well.

And the same problem...

Though when I got it (with a Dual 1GHz P3 and a Serverworks Motherboard), those Brackets were still available.

 

I'm afraid you have to manufacture that Plate yourself...

 


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