KRPW-PT500W/92+ REV2.0

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220 volt

TSLMachine 2016年10月24日 at 3:29 PM

Konnichiwa, I picked this power supply unit up from a local store here for a good price but the catch is that apparently I will have to need to use a 110volt transformer/voltage regulator (it does say that the input power is 90-132volts in the specifications) because we use 220volt power in this country. What I just want to know is if this power supply can be plugged in 220volt power straight from the wall. It looks sturdy (the build quality is very impressive) and it does have overvoltage protection (OVP) which is why I stupidly thought at the time that it might not be a problem, but I want to make sure.

My Japanese is very basic (JLPT level N5) so I hope you don’t mind me speaking in English here, to be able to express my concern as well as I can. This is the only website I have found this specific unit in. You can answer in Japanese, of course, I can just employ the help of Google Translate if it gets too complex for me. Arigatou gozaimasu!

TSLMachine 2016年10月24日 at 3:51 PM

Oh, I’m sorry. After looking around your website, I just realized that I’ve posted in the wrong product page as this one http://www.kuroutoshikou.com/product/power/atx/krpw-pt500w_92_/ seems to be the one I picked up instead of this one here (Rev 2).

Edit: I also wanted to make clear that I don’t just want to know if the PSU can be plugged in a 220v outlet, but also operate in 220v on full load.

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azutarou 2016年10月26日 at 8:35 AM

Hi. The power supply that you have just bought is the one that I am using on my PC,
I think they have stopped production of this. It can only be used on a 90-132 volts
so if your power outage is 220 volts you will certainly need a transformer, you
should not plug it directly on a 220 volts power outage. This product is made
from Taiwan by a company called ATNG, it is of high quality and is very silent.

I using KRPW-PT500W/92+ (not rev2.0)
Now with three-and-a-half years it is also the condition is the best.

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TSLMachine 2016年10月26日 at 11:31 AM

Hello, thanks for the reply and using great English too! Yes I think that’s the same PSU I just got. I might end up returning it, this weekend at most, to get a similar one that can run on 220v though as it’s quite hard to find a good quality 110v AVR/transformer (I spent 2 days trying) here that doesn’t cost too much. It’s really a shame though, the PSU looks great with the glossy black shroud and black cable sleeving on everything. They didn’t have anything like this available that time.

azutarou 2016年10月26日 at 12:23 PM

I am paying attention to these products.
https://amzn.com/B010HWDPKW
https://amzn.com/B015YEIBJ8

Overseas products, it should be noted to the shape of the power plug.

TSLMachine 2016年10月26日 at 3:12 PM

Thanks for the recommendations but I’m pretty much limited to what local shops here sell, especially the place I got this PSU from because I’m returning it. I remember the shop having this one so I think I’ll be getting this instead http://www.scythe.co.jp/power/chouriki-naked-n.html

azutarou 2016年10月26日 at 4:28 PM

It is all right because the power supply is available in 100v-240v.
http://review.kakaku.com/review/K0000413181/ReviewCD=645665/ImageID=148096/

However, registered in 2012, it is anxious to be a little old.

But I think that there is no problem because you can also use the latest CPU.
ATX12V version 2.3 / EPS12V correspondence

Please to entertain good PC life. Good luck! (^^)/ 

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