Yep and the little sucker wanted 240... Go tell, why don't these things do what I was thinking instead of what I accidentally ordered...

On 02/13/2018 11:56 AM, Chuck McCown wrote:
You have checked that you really are feeding with 120 VAC, right?

-----Original Message----- From: Robert Andrews Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2018 12:23 PM To: af@afmug.com Subject: [AFMUG] I must be doing something wrong... So I ordered two of the meanwell DRP-48-24's from two different vendors... Hooked both of them up to AC. They _Both_ sit there and pulse the DC out light and only output 20V unloaded and about 16 loaded with the output looking like it's switching on and off. So I am telling myself the odds are long that I got two bad ones and it's probably something I'm not doing right. Not enough load? Need a battery in the load? Anyone have any help here or is really two of them that are both bad? input is connected to line correctly, verified with volt/ohm meter. output is just an inline volt/current meter into a routerboard.. only about 4 watts on the output...

I am just about to send one back to taiwan and want to find out before they say back to me "Stupid American"


Robert

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