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PC 20 Pin 24 Pin PSU ATX SATA HD Power Supply Tester Blue

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This new PC 20/24 pin PSU ATX SATA HD power supply tester is a powerful testing equipment for PC power supply. It can detect ATX, BTX, ITX computer power supply and avoid damage to your expensive computer equipments. This power supply tester helps you easily diagnosis problem source and prevent possible damage to your system. It's a small investment for a "must have" tool for PC builders.

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  • Specifications:

    • Test your power supply and avoid damage to your expensive computer equipment with this ATX power supply tester
    • Simply plug the tester in to your power supply's 20/24 pin female molex connector and the LED lights will indicate how safe your supply actually is
    • Connects to your power supply's 20 pin molex connector
    • Green indicator light means power is ok
    • Prevent accidental damage to your computer
    • Voltage Source: 20/24pin(ATX-connector)
    • Monitoring Voltage Output: +3.3V, +5V, +VSB, -5V, -12V and +12V leads
    • Connectors: Floppy, HDD, CDROM, SATA, 4pin(P4), 8pin(Dual-CPU), 6pin(PCI-Express)
    • Dimension: 9 x 6 x 1.8cm/3.5 x 2.4 x 0.7in
    • Color: Blue


    'AnPu PC 20 Pin 24 Pin PSU ATX SATA HD Power Supply Tester Blue

    • PC 20 Pin 24 Pin PSU ATX SATA HD Power Supply Tester

    'AnPu PC 20 Pin 24 Pin PSU ATX SATA HD Power Supply Tester Blue 

    • PC 20/24 pin

    'AnPu PC 20 Pin 24 Pin PSU ATX SATA HD Power Supply Tester Blue 

    • SATA interface

    'AnPu PC 20 Pin 24 Pin PSU ATX SATA HD Power Supply Tester Blue

    • PSU ATX SATA HD power supply tester

    Package Included:

    • 1 x PC 20 Pin 24 Pin PSU ATX SATA HD Power Supply Tester
    • 1 x User's Guide

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Product FAQs
  • How to test my computer power supply?
  • To be able to test your computer's power supply, you can follow the instructions below:
    1. Turn off your power switch and plug it out from the power supply.
    2. Remove the cable from the CPU and start unscrewing the power supply section in order to remove the whole power supply (square metal box) from the CPU.
    3. Once done, locate for the main ATX connector and find the green wire.
    4. Also locate for the black wire near the green wire and with the use of a paper clip, connect and safely bond the two together with a piece of isolating tape.
    5. Put back all the power supply and switch the system on again and ensure that your system ventilation is working.
    6. To check whether the connection is correct, the Molex in between the yellow and black wire should display at least 12 volts.

  • What do you do with the other connectors when using a power supply tester?
  • You should do as the following instruction:
    1. Make sure nothing is plugged in.
    2. Plug in the P1 connector to the PSU tester
    3. Plug in the PSU to the wall outlet
    4. Plug in the remaining PSU sockets to the PSU tester one by one 9and then unplug if you need to test a different socket) and get a general test to see if they are working.
    If a socket is bad, some lights will not light up and/or you will hear a "beeping" sound.

  • Why does the -5v never test out when i put a power supply tester on?
  • Almost all motherboards dont require the -5v signal. just because there are no circuits no that require it. This -5v signal was orginally designed for ISA cards but since modern computers dont have the slot it isnt used.

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