|商品尺寸||7.49 x 2.46 x 13 cm; 140 克|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||不是|
Thermaltake Dr. Power II 自动电源测试仪,超大液晶显示屏,适用于所有电源 - AC0015
Thermaltake Dr. Power II Automated Power Supply Tester Oversized LCD for All Power Supplies - AC0015
- 支持所有 ATX 电源高达 ATX12V 2.3
- 超大 LCD 面板显示在 1/10 伏以内的所有电压,快速轻松地排除故障
- 电压读取适用于所有导轨（+12V/5V/+3.3V/5VSB/ 12V）。
- 内置输出连接器系统、低电压、高电压、无电压、PG 报警
- Supports all ATX power supply up to ATX12V 2.3
- Oversized LCD panel shows all voltages within 1/10th volt for quick and easy troubleshooting
- Voltage reading for all rails (+12V/5V/+3.3V/5VSB/ 12V)
- Built in output connectors diagnostic system, low voltage, high voltage, no voltage, PG alarms
- Built in alarm to notify user of unstable or abnormal power supply activity
- Easy to use troubleshooting system will quickly identify if power supply is the source of instability
Dr. Power II 是一款全自动诊断工具,可全面测试所有导轨和接头的电源和所有输出电压,以帮助诊断和排除由于电源故障或不稳定导致的稳定或非过位问题。 支持所有 ATX 电源和所有适用连接器(主 24Pin、Aux 4/8pin、Molex、6/8Pin PCI-E、SATA),确保整个电源在规格内运行。 大型 OCD 读数显示电压在 1/10 伏以内的所有电压,并可以轻松诊断连接器或电源单元故障。 报警系统会通知用户因电源而异常行为,有助于轻松解决稳定性问题。
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Operation is simple. Plug in the 32-pin connector at bottom. Turn on power supply. Press button on tester. If your 32-pin is good, then you can switch in and out other connectors. When multiple connectors are plugged in, press button to cycle through results. Each result shows the different voltages supplied by the connector. There are 5 ports and support the following connection types:
32-pin motherboard main supply
8-pin or 6-pin PCI-E (red)
molex 4-pin peripheral power supply
molex 4-pin or 8-pin CPU power supply
The SATA connector does not have the little L-shaped key, so you have to look closely to fit it the right way.
This device has already proven very useful to me because I have a power supply that testing reveals works perfectly fine except for one connector, so I can now re-use the supply by just ignoring that one bad spare connector. Note that power supplies have a protection circuit that causes the entire power supply to shut down if one connector shorts. So, if you have one bad connector and you have it plugged in, then it will seem as though the entire power supply is bad because it will shut down. However, if you identify that bad connector, then you can just make sure it is not plugged in, and you are good to go.
Since I can now re-use my power supply, this device has already saved me $100.
I hooked it up to a suspected bad power supply and it told me it was bad. I repeatedly tested it and it said the power supply was bad over multiple connection types. I must have tested it over a dozen times easily. So I bought a new power supply and it tested as good with this tester so I was excited. But then I hooked it back up to the old power supply and now it magically says the supposed bad power supply is good on all connections. I repeatedly tested it and now 100% of the time it says it’s perfectly fine.
I have no idea what to believe it tested bad repeatedly over two different days and multiple wall outlets including hooked to backup battery units and then suddenly this tester claims the power supply is fine. I might return it I’m not confident with the results. And it doesn’t even show what it measures only pass and fail that I can tell. I’d like to know it’s justification for its original failure complaints so I could test with my fluke to see if it was telling the truth at any point.
Only gripe I have is the cheap plastic housing. Was inserting molex cable (and we all know how cheaply and ill fitting those are), and the moderate amount of force I used popped open the housing. Fortunately it just snapped back into place and did appear to break the connector. You'd think for $30 they could at least put a few screws in to keep this flimsy thing together.
Deducted 1 star for the cheapness of build, another for the price not reflecting this. Overall seemed to work and satisfy my concern of a bad PSU.