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    WTB: power supply for LPL/Saunders d670 enlarger

    power supply for LPL/Saunders d670 enlarger

    should be 12 volt 100 watt
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    You need the whole thing or just the power supply? Someone else wants my baseboard.

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    Bump.. still looking. I just need a power supply. Alternatively, does anyone want the head, column or baseboard?
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    Can't help directly but I have some 12 volt power supplies, meant for shop/display use they have the ampage etc for an enlarger (more in fact) and I've kept 2 in case I ever need to modify my De Vere 5108 because the 4 bulbs are too expensive. But these units are quite cheap and plentiful and often get sent to land fill.

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    There are 12 volt supplys available for powering low voltage lighting which would probably work well, but you'd need to do a little wiring. I redid the power supply for my little Durst using one. Should be easy to find at an electrical supply house. Does the head have a fan, or just the bulb?

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    Sounds promising.. where can I find them?
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    The one I used is this one; http://www.hatchlighting.com/product...er=VS12-150JNW
    It can power up to 150 watts, and it's used for powering low voltage lighting and such.

    I bought it from a local lighting and electrical supply house. Most of their customer base are pros, but they'll sell to anyone.



 

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