79Views7Replies

Author Options:

Turning on an old Psu Answered

Hey there,

I got this old PSU, a Delta DPS-350EB-3 from an HP NetServer. I'm trying to make a lab power supply out of it, i just can't get it to power on.

There's a blue wire bundled with a ground that when shorted will power the psu for a second then shut it back off. 

I tried to put a load on the 5v & 12v with no success.

Anyone got an idea?

Thanks

Discussions

0
None
RavensCraft

5 years ago

See if you can find the HP service manual for the server.
They are free. Just do a web search.
I just browsed a manual. Looks like some server models
have power control modules and power management boards.
Perhaps It will give you a clue as to what wires need to be jumpered,
or maybe something else from the server needs to be added to your setup.

0
None
wbzialcaitlinsdad

Reply 5 years ago

I've turned this website upside down trying to look for an answer!!!! Thanks for the tip tho...

0
None
caitlinsdadwbzial

Reply 5 years ago

Was the power supply good in the first place or was that why it was scuttled from the old computer?

0
None
wbzialcaitlinsdad

Reply 5 years ago

I took a working server apart, no faillure from the PSU.

0
None
RavensCraft

5 years ago

There might be a problem with some of the PSU components.
I have seen bad capacitors inside of power supplies before.
Be careful if you open up a power supply . Unplug and discharge the capacitors.