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CaseBuy EZ Power Supply Tester 2

Michael Larabel

Published on 21 August 2005
Written by Michael Larabel
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In early January of this year, we were trying out CaseBuy's EZ Power Supply Tester and overall we were quite fond of the product. The small-sized device allowed the user to simply plug the various power cables into the Power Supply Tester and in turn it would indicate, via various LEDs, which output rails were active. In order to keep up with the ever-changing power requirements for desktop computers, CaseBuy has now come out with a new revision for their EZ Power Supply Tester. In this article, we'll be trying out the EZ Power Supply Tester 2 from CaseBuy.

Features:

· Case Material: Aluminum
· Dimensions: 89 x 63.7 x 17.5 mm
· Characteristic: Light weight and pocket size
· Thickness: 1.0 mm
· Features: PG auto warning LEDs show each output voltage
· For use in standard ATX power supply

Contents:

Receiving the package directly from Taiwan, it was faintly damaged during its long journey but nevertheless it was here in good condition. Looking at the product packaging, on the rear side it states the instructions for testing a power supply unit with the device while on the front side is some general information. Reading over the printed text, some of it was quite jumbled as well as misspellings. Anyways, opening up the packaging we were left inside with simply the EZ Power Supply Tester 2. Like the previous EZ Power Supply Tester, the instructions appeared on the product packaging as well as on the actual unit.

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