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    Default FREE: power supplys, 499W HP/Compaq Disk array PS

    I have a few HP/Compaq power supplies that came from their MSA storage shelves.

    They are a 499W supply.
    Part numbers: DS-SE2UP-BA which is also HP spare number: 212398-005.
    There are many supplies in this 'family' and I think they have very similar specs.

    This is a super heavy duty high quality supply and was working when pulled out of some retired gear.
    They are free to anyone that can pick them up or be willing to pay for shipping.
    one supply measures: 8x6x5 inches. (approx) and weighs just under 6 pounds.
    I have already removed the turbo tunnel cooling fan and exhaust port which is not for the power supply per se, but served to cool the entire chassis.
    You may or may not want to add a fan in the future, no different than a meanwell PS without a fan.

    I live in Columbus, Ohio.

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    Default Re: FREE: power supplys, 499W HP/Compaq Disk array PS

    Quote Originally Posted by ukewarrior View Post
    I have a few HP/Compaq power supplies that came from their MSA storage shelves.

    They are a 499W supply.
    Part numbers: DS-SE2UP-BA which is also HP spare number: 212398-005.
    There are many supplies in this 'family' and I think they have very similar specs.

    This is a super heavy duty high quality supply and was working when pulled out of some retired gear.
    They are free to anyone that can pick them up or be willing to pay for shipping.
    one supply measures: 8x6x5 inches. (approx) and weighs just under 6 pounds.
    I have already removed the turbo tunnel cooling fan and exhaust port which is not for the power supply per se, but served to cool the entire chassis.
    You may or may not want to add a fan in the future, no different than a meanwell PS without a fan.

    I live in Columbus, Ohio.
    I hate to admit this in public but I still have an active old MSA1000 in use......LOL
    Hope to retire my last one in a couple months.
    These things are tanks!
    Phil

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    Default Re: FREE: power supplys, 499W HP/Compaq Disk array PS

    Holy Cow, that is old! I'd hate to pay the power on that beast.
    Quote Originally Posted by DrNeutron View Post
    I hate to admit this in public but I still have an active old MSA1000 in use......LOL
    Hope to retire my last one in a couple months.
    These things are tanks!

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    Default Re: FREE: power supplys, 499W HP/Compaq Disk array PS

    PM sent

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    Default Re: FREE: power supplys, 499W HP/Compaq Disk array PS

    These are gone.

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