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  • ManufacturerThermaltake
  • Manufacturer Part#AC0015
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Dr. Power II is a fully automated power supply tester that enables users to easily and quickly determine if a power supply is defective or not. Cutting overall troubleshooting time considerably. Oversized easy-to-read LCD display and audible alarm helps user determine the exact cause of the failure, if there is one. An indispensable tool for any PC enthusiast or gamer!
Specifications
General Information
Manufacturer: Thermaltake Technology Co., Ltd
Manufacturer Part Number: AC0015
Manufacturer Website Address: www.thermaltake.com
Brand Name: Thermaltake
Product Model: AC0015
Product Name: Dr.Power II ATX12V Power Supply Tester
Product Type: ATX12V Power Supply Tester
Interfaces/Ports
Connectors: 24-pin ATX Motherboard, 4-pin ATX12V Motherboard, 8-pin EPS12V Motherboard, 4-pin Peripheral Device, 6-pin PCI-E, 8-pin PCI-E, Serial ATA
Physical Characteristics
Dimensions: 130.0 mm Height x 75.0 mm Width x 24.7 mm Depth
Weight (Approximate): 140.0 g
Features

- Designed from the ground-up, it supports every ATX power supply available today up to ATX12V v2.3.
- Oversized LCD panel that accurately shows the value of each specific power rails (within one-tenth of a volt).
- Accurate voltage indicating for +12V/+5V/+3.3V/5VSB/-12V.
- Built-in output connectors diagnostic system, low-voltage, high-voltage, no voltage, PG alarm systems.
- Easily troubleshoots system failure due to unstable power supply.
- Built-in alarm system to identify user when the power supply demonstrates abnormal characteristic.


Connector Introduction


Output Specification

Voltage Intel Standard Measure Range
Min. Max. Min. Max.
+5V

4.75V

5.25V

4.6V

5.5V

+3.3V

3.1V

3.5V

3V

3.6V

+12V

11.4V

12.6V

11V

13V

-12V

-10.8V

-13.2V

-10.5V

-13.4V

+5Vsb

4.75V

5.25V

4.6V

5.5V

P.G.

100ms≦T≦500ms


Operation Flowchart

Automoated Mode: The automated testing mode allows power users and system builders to quickly and effortlessly test the power supplies without ahving to manually operate the tester, greatly increasing the testing efficiency. Should the tester locate an abnormal specification, the alarm would sound to automatically notify the testing personnel.

  Model B
Connect all required connectors and turn on the PSU.
 
Press and hold the "CHECK" button for more than 5 seconds to initiate automated testing.
AUTORUN
 
AUTORUN
 
AUTORUN
Testing Complete.

Manual Mode: The manual mode enables user to manually check each rail individually and allows the test result screen be displayed longer before user manually move on to next esting point.

  Model A
Connect all required connectors and turn on the PSU.
 
Press "CHECK" button to start testing sequence.
 
Press "CHECK" button to continue on to each testing steps.
 
Press "Check" button to continue on to each testing steps.
 
Press "Check" button to continue on to each testing steps.
Testing complete.

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