Spire Blackmoon 450w

Power supply units

Spire Blackmoon 450w

Introduction

With high emphasis on high wattage and the most ‘bang for your buck’ in recent times, is it time we took a step back and looked at much lower wattage units in order to help the environment and become a little greener? Today at XSReviews we have a small, mid priced unit to put to the test, let’s see if it can persuade any of you to swap to a less electricity munching unit.

 

Features

  • ATX Ver.2.2 Specification Compliant
  • Sleeved cables and EZ-Connectors
  • EMI Shielded VGA/HDD Power Connectors
  • Supports the newest Intel & AMD based systems
  • Cool-Blue LED 120mm DC fan
  • 3 Speed Variable Fan Speed Temp-control
  • Completely Silent 10.0 dBA up to 45C / 113F
  • High Efficiency (85%) up to 30% less power consumption
  • I/O/OVP/OLP and SCP Short Circuit- Overload- & Over current-Protection
 

Specification

  • Application: Pentium Celeron, Athlon64
  • Cables: 20+4pinPCS; 2SATAPCS PCI 6pinPCS; 12V 4pinPCS 2IDE/1FloppyPCS 2IDEPCS
  • Connectors: 20+4pinPCS; SATAPCS PCI 6pinPCS; 12V 4pinPCS IDE 4pinPCS; Floppy 4pinPCS
  • Cooling: 1 x 120mm fan with Blue LED
  • Features: Intel ATX 2.2 Specification Compliant Supports the newest Intel and AMD Micro-Processors I/O Short Circuit & Overload / OVP / OLP / SCP
  • Protection Redundant Cooling System SATA Power Connector
  • Frequency: 50~60 Hz
  • G.W. Weight: 1.89 Kg
  • Hold-up Time: 16 ms (min)
  • MTBF: 100.000 hours
  • Noise Level: 21.0 dB (max)
  • Nom. Power: 450 W
  • P.G. Signal: 100 ms<500 ms
  • Rated Current: 7.0A for 115VAC / 4.0A for 230VAC
  • Safety Approvals: FCC, CE, TUV
  • Voltage: 200~240 Vac / 100~120 Vac (Europe=Passive PFC / USA=Select Switch)
  • Voltage Protection: +12V trip point 13.4V – 15.6V +5V trip point 5.74V – 7.0V +3.3V trip point 3.76V – 4.3V
  • Warranty: 2 Year Limited Warranty

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Last modified: February 15, 2011

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