Power Supply Models

800-0121 Model 224

800-0140 Model 224/SW

SP226V IEC

800-0132 Model SP226V

SP2610V IEC

800-0183 Model SP2610

Specifications - click on part number for datasheet

800-0121 & 800-0140 Model 224
This small, compact, power supply operates from 12V DC at 1A and produces up to 3.26kV at 10mA. Lower load voltages, such as 1.2kV can allow for currents up to 15mA. The standard 224 is intended for use inside a housing, where the threaded bulkhead power connector provides a means of mounting and disconnect. The 224 with a switch is intended for mounting on a bar frame; where the extra length cable, switch, and shrouded power connector can free hang from the sign. The 224 is primarily intended to run  Argon/Mercury loads, but mixed Neon/Argon loads and small pure Neon loads may work acceptably as well (please test!). For International use, you must provide your own wallpack. The output of the wallpack must provide 12VDC at 1A. The wallpack connector must be a 2.5mm barrel plug, with the center positive.

800-0132 Model SP226V - Existing Stock Only, no new manufacture.
This high voltage power supply is designed to drive small wall mounted Neon signs and medium sized Argon/Mercury signs for a reasonable cost. The unit runs up to 6.4kV at 25mA and has a closed case. The low profile black case optionally allows the power supply to be mounted on the front of the sign under the glass. A rotory dimming potentiometer selects full bright or adjusts incrementally down to roughly 1/3 bright settings. Everbrite's proprietary anti-bubbling and anti mercury migration waveforms are also included.

800-0183 Model SP2610 - No Longer Available

This is a 10kV universal high voltage power supply for driving practically any sign from 2-10kV at up to 27mA. this model includes a dimming switch that selects full bright or roughly 1/2 bright settings. Everbrite's proprietary anti-bubbling and anti mercury migration waveforms are also included.

NOTE: These (IEC) models have an IEC-320-C14 socket on the end of the power supply, rather than a power cord. The appropriate power cord, with a IEC-320-C13 plug, must be purchased seperately.