Mean Well SE-1000-24 Power Supply
Mean Well SE-1000-24 Power Supply
Mean Well SE-1000-24 Power Supply
Mean Well SE-1000-24 Power Supply
Mean Well SE-1000-24 Power Supply
Mean Well SE-1000-24 Power Supply
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Mean Well SE-1000-24 Power Supply

PS-SE100024
Compact and powerful 1000 watt, 42 amp, 24 volt power supply.
$139.99

One of the most respected names in the business, Mean Well have been making power supplies for almost 30 years.

The SE-1000-24 is a powerful 1000 watt power supply that makes a great companion for a high-power charger. Combine it with an iCharger 306B, 3010B or 308 Duo and charge 6S packs at a full 30A.
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Input Voltage 90-132V/180-264V AC (selected by jumper)
Dimensions 278x127x64mm
Power Cord Not included
Current (Output) 41.7A
Output Power (110 VAC) 1000W
Output Power (220 VAC) 1000W
Voltage (Output) 24V DC (adjustable +/-10%)
Power Factor Correction No
Warranty 2 years
Weight 2500g

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
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P.L.
good power supply bit to loud

I bout this one, the SE-1000-24 and 2 additional SE-600-12. For a power supply bank to run 2 4010 Duos out of a mobile carrying case. i set them up in series with fuses separating the power supple. creating 48 volts dc out put up to 42 amps~. this setup works quit well. and has yet to fail in the few months I've own and ran the setup.

the only complaint i have with the power supply in the stems from the fact that it is a server power supply, and true server power supply fans run 24/7. a fact that i'm all to aware of but completely overlooked. coupled with the fact servers are often in there one unoccupied rooms that no one enters unless there is a problem. so fans are selected based solely on performance, not noise levels. the noise level in about on par with driving 60mph with all the windows fully down, but quite abit more annoying.

what i'm saying is the fan is quite loud and always on at full tilt, this power supply in a garage or out door pit area away from everyone else would be fine. but in a indoor pitting area... don't expect to make any friends running this power supply.

my recommendation is to run two SE-600-12 in series to get your 24v 1200w of power over this power supply. will cost the same and give you an extra 200w. Also the 2 fans running 24/7 are more then half the noise lvl. closer to one quarter the noise.

as a side note i will be installing a quieter fan in my se-1000-24. I don't recommend this solution as it both voids the warrant, and decrease the power supply capacity. It can't dispel heat as well.

Beyond the noise of the fan this is a very nice quite capable power supply.

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S.H.
Power supply is awesome, directions are not

On your site there is a video of how to wire this power supply and I'm not trying to be rude or facetious but the directions are absolutely wrong. Never ever is line a white wire and neutral a black wire that is absolutely incorrect. Not saying it won't work it's just incorrect and if you search anywhere on the internet for anything that's powered at all with a line and a neutral they are black and white.

P
P.S.
1000-24

Works great, easy to use. Not too loud.

R
R.W.
Easy peasy

Easy peasy

R
R.M.
Mean Well SE-1000-24 power supply

I typically buy used server power supplies converted to 24V. However they have risen in price so much a new power supply feels like a better decision. The power cord and jumpers were pre-installed. What more can I say? I plugged it in and it worked.

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
76%
(16)
24%
(5)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
P
P.L.
good power supply bit to loud

I bout this one, the SE-1000-24 and 2 additional SE-600-12. For a power supply bank to run 2 4010 Duos out of a mobile carrying case. i set them up in series with fuses separating the power supple. creating 48 volts dc out put up to 42 amps~. this setup works quit well. and has yet to fail in the few months I've own and ran the setup.

the only complaint i have with the power supply in the stems from the fact that it is a server power supply, and true server power supply fans run 24/7. a fact that i'm all to aware of but completely overlooked. coupled with the fact servers are often in there one unoccupied rooms that no one enters unless there is a problem. so fans are selected based solely on performance, not noise levels. the noise level in about on par with driving 60mph with all the windows fully down, but quite abit more annoying.

what i'm saying is the fan is quite loud and always on at full tilt, this power supply in a garage or out door pit area away from everyone else would be fine. but in a indoor pitting area... don't expect to make any friends running this power supply.

my recommendation is to run two SE-600-12 in series to get your 24v 1200w of power over this power supply. will cost the same and give you an extra 200w. Also the 2 fans running 24/7 are more then half the noise lvl. closer to one quarter the noise.

as a side note i will be installing a quieter fan in my se-1000-24. I don't recommend this solution as it both voids the warrant, and decrease the power supply capacity. It can't dispel heat as well.

Beyond the noise of the fan this is a very nice quite capable power supply.

S
S.H.
Power supply is awesome, directions are not

On your site there is a video of how to wire this power supply and I'm not trying to be rude or facetious but the directions are absolutely wrong. Never ever is line a white wire and neutral a black wire that is absolutely incorrect. Not saying it won't work it's just incorrect and if you search anywhere on the internet for anything that's powered at all with a line and a neutral they are black and white.

P
P.S.
1000-24

Works great, easy to use. Not too loud.

R
R.W.
Easy peasy

Easy peasy

R
R.M.
Mean Well SE-1000-24 power supply

I typically buy used server power supplies converted to 24V. However they have risen in price so much a new power supply feels like a better decision. The power cord and jumpers were pre-installed. What more can I say? I plugged it in and it worked.

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