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i know its not the lil image but what the fuck............

when installing Ps2 into your ride.. do you convert the power supply inside the Ps2 to 12volt.......or do you just install a 12volt to 115volt inverter..??

any one help??

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on the contrare PS2's run on 12V! You can actually un solder the a/c plug, re route the new power wires directly to the 12V and ground inside the PS2. Much cheaper than buying an inverter, but works great.

I actually started by testing on a old NES, some things never change, but it works great.

the nomial voltage on a PS2 is 13.8VDC as most game system are.
 

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cool tip..
i have old Ps2, will hock it up and see what happens....

someone a while ago said they where 5.5v internal.......
so went no further with it....guess he was wrong...

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Originally posted by jjj@Nov 12 2003, 06:47 PM
cool tip..
i have old Ps2, will hock it up and see what happens....

someone a while ago said they where 5.5v internal.......
so went no further with it....guess he was wrong...

thanks
Well if you got one layin around try it.

Shit just look at the specs on the inside of the PS2. Also you can simply look at whats going on if you any knowledge of electronics and follow the route of electricity and see what the inverter rating is.

Pretty easy with some knowledge.
 

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Originally posted by S10laynframe+Nov 14 2003, 05:02 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (S10laynframe @ Nov 14 2003, 05:02 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--jjj@Nov 12 2003, 06:47 PM
cool tip..
i have old Ps2, will hock it up and see what happens....

someone a while ago said they where 5.5v internal.......
so went no further with it....guess he was wrong...

thanks
Well if you got one layin around try it.

Shit just look at the specs on the inside of the PS2. Also you can simply look at whats going on if you any knowledge of electronics and follow the route of electricity and see what the inverter rating is.

Pretty easy with some knowledge.[/b][/quote]
the older one i got, was still under garentee at that time so i did not want to break seal on it....

now its outa garentee.. so will hook up multi-meter..and find out..

thanks for replyin..bud
 
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