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2010-04-30 14:31:30
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Switch Mode Power Supply

Found in almost every electronic device

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SMPS stands for switched mode power supply

TYPE OF SMPS TYPE OF SMPS Ans:Flyback s.m.p.s Forward conventer Type Push Pull conventer

From SMPS, cross green and any black wire in 20-24-pin Molex connector, if SMPS fan is running your power supply OK, if not working your SMPS is not working, replace you SMPS.

Connect Pin No. 14 & 15 on SMPS, if the fan moves then SMPS is working fine else SMPS is faulty.

SMPS are mainly 4: flyback pushpull halfbridge full bridge

by shorting the red and green pin of smps we can check it working or not

Ya easily. just take the ATX smps and pull out it's two extra pin from it's power plug and set it to the PC.

The Main Difference Between UPS and SMPS is that SMPS uses high frequency transformers while UPS uses low frequency transformers.

There are various ways to troubleshoot smps of PC. SMPS stands for switching mode power supply. You can start by trying if it works elsewhere and if this the case, then it means that your motherboard is faulty.

motherboard problem, other wise change smps then turn on computer if it is boot-up smps problem. that's problem occur in smps or motherbordAnswermotherboard problem, other wise change smps then turn on computer if it is boot-up smps problem. that's problem occur in smps or motherbord

AT smps output voltage is dc +12,-12,+5,-5 volts in ATX smps output volt is DC+12,-12,+5,-5,+3.3volt

AT mother board is having an SMPS of mechanical swtich, where as the ATX, other board has an SMPS with DC switch (automatic). This is the main difference.AT mother board is having an SMPS of mechanical swtich, where as the ATX, other board has an SMPS with DC switch (automatic). This is the main difference.

At smps have only 20 pin power connector atx have 20 + 4 pin power connectors atx smps 24 + 4 pin power connectors at (advanced technology)is old model smps atx (advanced technology extended) is new model

The abbreviation smps has multiple meanings depending on an individual's point of view or country of origin/current country. For example, in Australia SMPS may mean School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences and when taking part in a scientific conversation, for instance, SMPS stands for Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer.

SMPS = Switch Mode Power Supply Here is a link to help you out: http://www.nanaindustries.com/html/SMPS.html

SMPS stands for switch mode power supply it gives power supply to our computer so that our computer runs.

Basic difference between these are :- AT means "Advance Technology" while ATX is used for "Advance Technology Extended" SMPS. With respect to AT SMPS, ATX has an extra Plug of +12v Supply for Motherboard. It has four wires connected in square size plug. Two of them are Yellow and other two are black.

SMPS stands for switched mode power supply. It compels a switching regulator to be more efficient with the conversion of electrical power.

switched mode power supply

SMPS [Switch Mode Power Supply ] also known as PSU [Power Supply Unit] is used in desktops to convert AC TO DC and to divide voltage to appropriate units to different components.... Since Laptops has a adapter [which does the job] which comes with the charger a seperate smps is not needed........ or Its included in the package..to be more clear yes laptops need smps

Switch Mode Power Supply

AT mother board is having an SMPS of mechanical swtich, where as the ATX, other board has an SMPS with DC switch (automatic). This is the main difference.

A block diagram of SMPS has a main filter, primary rectifier, and power switch. It also has an output transformer, secondary rectifier, smoothing circuit, and controller.

In a computer, the SMPS is the switched mode power supply. It uses a switching regulator to efficiently convert power as it transfers electric power to the load from a source.


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