DIY 2.0: How To Make Your Own 12 Volt Power Supply




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Sandha: some people says joint all yellows and all blacks. but you use few I think 3, 3

2^STONED: I was looking at ways to create my own 12 volt supply, but good thing I have this old PC power supply laying around. It'll save me so much time and effort.

stuknda80z: This is a how not to, tutorial

Andrew Tokely: I hope you are going to insure everyone's homes against fire as this is destined for an EPIC FAIL

Concepcion Amancio: a novice would not be able to make this PS...& 200,000 didn't build it...but you did...have fun...

shockie lfc: wow made 3 of them and mine defo have no wires hanging out with hot glue and tape to secure them away.. thay connect with the metal body of the psu bang it will

TheDromulus: How to make your own Power supply... First thing you'll need is a power supply *dropsthemic

That was quick

TheDromulus: How to make your own Power supply... First thing you'll need is a power supply *dropsthemic

That was quick

Bismil shah: waooo sir this is Great thanks to you

MikeVonDoom: the subject should be: How to fail miserably trying to make your own 12 volt power supply!

Steve White: Some friendly advice:  For easier soldering, tinning the wires (saturating each one with solder) before you hold them together is recommended.  The soldering iron tip should be held parallel against the wires as you connect them for more efficient heat transfer.  These things, along with a heat sink (or alligator clip) at the point where the insulation begins will prevent melting insulation and hold the wires in position, allowing you to hold the iron.

Gil Samia Catalig: Too much talk.

Charles Barnett: I have tow old power supplies and neither one of them has a damn green wire.

Jeff Samples: Not really building your own power supply. Just modding a commercial unit.

Dustin Germ: I have wires that are half yellow half black in addition to solid yellow and soid black wires. what do I do with these?

321reh: Simple and USEFUL,,,That's How I like it!!!!!  Many Thanks!!!!!

pattric7: yellow & black...  all that other crap threw me off ....what,s hook,t up to what ... i can,t follow the orange &  black wires   whats all that  for   i wanna use it for afx track l.e.d.s  lights  thank,s for showing me how to cut off all that utter crap  make it cleaner

mahabubur rahman: Great V!deo .... very neat.. thank you man! just want to know , how many 12V device
i can use at a time? if my 4 device all together 200w , needs 10A minimum , do you think it will work safely ? Thanks again ....

henry bannar: I do not understand why no clips for repairing the car stereo itself
I have typed the right words but other thing come out
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