No router project update this week as I’ve been consumed by some regular engineering stuff for uni. However, I finally received this little breakout board in the mail and I thought I’d list the running output voltages for anyone who might be considering buying it.
When I attach this board to a 550W PENQUIN power supply and probe the terminal block with a multimeter, here are the values I am getting on each rail:
-12V: -11.24V (6.3% error)
+5V: 5.18V (3.6% error)
+5V(standby): 5.08V (1.6% error)
It seems nice and stable. I watched it on the meter for a minute, and then powered a blinky test circuit for a while. Got a perfect, constant 9V off a voltage divider and the 12V rail.
This thing cost me $8 (including shipping) and an old ATX I had stashed in a drawer. Build quality is good, it functions well enough (most rails within 5% of the goal). Winner.