Useful looking adjustable power supply with display.

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438V DC(Note:input voltage not exceeding 38V)

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It should be 4-38V.

Both of those are cheaper on eBay, the adjustable ones are really useful, someone is always asking for a specific supply voltage or wanting to run something from battery so I buy them in bulk.

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I've had one from eBay for a while and like it a lot. Mine's only good for 2 amps though. I think I paid $11 for it. Last I looked it up the going price was $8.

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