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steve mace Jan 13, 2010, 12:00pm EST Report Abuse
Hello, I was just wondering if anybody knew of any software able to give specs of the running psu. Thanks.


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Michael C Jan 13, 2010, 12:05pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: PSU software?
I've never heard of such a software, but I think you should try Everest. It may tell you some information about your PSU, but you will need to test it out.

http://www.lavalys.com/products.php?ps=UE&lang=en&page=48

Better yet, do you know the model of it?

<a class= Jan 13, 2010, 12:37pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: PSU software?
What kinda info are you looking to get?

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john albrich Jan 13, 2010, 12:47pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: PSU software?

If you're looking for data other than real-time voltage monitoring, you're out of luck.

However, if you go to the UL website (assuming the PSU(s) is UL registered) you can look up the specs based on it's registration number.

Check out website:
http://database.ul.com/cgi-bin/XYV/template/LISEXT/1FRAME/index.htm

The "UL File Number" should be on the UL label of the PSU and on the outside of the box of the PSU. For example, an Ultra V-Series 500W PSU has the number E178768.


edit to add:
*Another warning. If a PSU has no manufacturer info, and it happens to have a "UL file number", or it cost US$15 retail and/or the UL entry points to a high-quality PSU, it is possible the UL listing is counterfeit...even if it appears to point to a real PSU registration entry in the UL database. In such cases one needs to use the data with care. Caveat lector

Michael C Jan 13, 2010, 12:54pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: PSU software?
john albrich said:

If you're looking for data other than real-time voltage monitoring, you're out of luck.

However, if you go to the UL website (assuming the PSU(s) is UL registered) you can look up the specs based on it's registration number.

Check out website:
http://database.ul.com/cgi-bin/XYV/template/LISEXT/1FRAME/index.htm

The "UL File Number" should be on the UL label of the PSU and on the outside of the box of the PSU. For example, an Ultra V-Series 500W PSU has the number E178768.


edit to add:
*Another warning. If a PSU has no manufacturer info, and it happens to have a "UL file number", or it cost US$15 retail and/or the UL entry points to a high-quality PSU, it is possible the UL listing is counterfeit...even if it appears to point to a real PSU registration entry in the UL database. In such cases one needs to use the data with care. Caveat lector


Yeah this is what I was thinking, didn't know that site existed though.



 

    
 
 

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