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    I recently purchased 4 -750 watt hp supply units and need them strictly for power injection units .
    Looking for ideas on how to enclose them and rig up just as injection units .
    All my controllers already have psu in them .


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    [QUOTE=wilmar;526338]I recently purchased 4 -750 watt hp supply units and need them strictly for power injection units .
    Looking for ideas on how to enclose them and rig up just as injection units .
    All my controllers already have psu in them .

    This is my controller and server supply in an ammo box. Maybe a downsized version with just the PSU. I used ABS plastic to mount the supply with bent metal strips with a little foam 3m glued to the top to hold it down to the ABS, which is screwed to the box.

    Ammo box controller.jpg
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    [QUOTE=aknflyer;526342]
    Quote Originally Posted by wilmar View Post
    I recently purchased 4 -750 watt hp supply units and need them strictly for power injection units .
    Looking for ideas on how to enclose them and rig up just as injection units .
    All my controllers already have psu in them .

    This is my controller and server supply in an ammo box. Maybe a downsized version with just the PSU. I used ABS plastic to mount the supply with bent metal strips with a little foam 3m glued to the top to hold it down to the ABS, which is screwed to the box.

    Ammo box controller.jpg
    Nice thanks i am leaning towards the cg2000 at the moment as possibly the easiest to mount internally and externally .


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    [QUOTE=aknflyer;526342]
    Quote Originally Posted by wilmar View Post
    I recently purchased 4 -750 watt hp supply units and need them strictly for power injection units .
    Looking for ideas on how to enclose them and rig up just as injection units .
    All my controllers already have psu in them .

    This is my controller and server supply in an ammo box. Maybe a downsized version with just the PSU. I used ABS plastic to mount the supply with bent metal strips with a little foam 3m glued to the top to hold it down to the ABS, which is screwed to the box.

    Ammo box controller.jpg
    Nice thanks i am leaning towards the cg2000 at the moment as possibly the easiest to mount internally and externally


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    Have you ever looked at the JDeation website? He has layout design tools available for a lot of different enclosures. You can print out your design and cut it out yourself, or have them CNC it for you for a reasonable price. I have done both.
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