Zapco AC to DC Power Supplies.
Now you can power your Zapco Amplifier from a standard AC outlet with the new Z-PS220I P100A and Z-PS110B P100A.Car Audio champions have been winning with Zapco amps for over 40 years. This year we give audio enthusiasts a new product that is both an accessory to the system and a tool for competitions. A low noise, high efficiency AC to DC power converter made to Zapco’s standards to drive Zapco amplifiers (or other DC powered devices) from a standard 110V or 220V AC outlet. Each one provides 100 amps of DC current variable from 9V to 16 V, and multiple supplies can be “strapped” to give you up to 400 amps of current.
Whether it is in a workshop, office, home, or at a competition venue. Whether you want to keep your battery strong in audio competitions, save your battery during long tuning sessions, set up a test bench to evaluate audio systems, or compare the performance of your car amplifier to that of your home amplifier. These supplies will give you all the current you need, and housed in the Zapco competition chassis, they will look sharp doing it. About Z-PS power supplies
The Zapco P100A supplies were designed for maximum efficiency and versatility. The two models will be designated by AC Voltage for either 110V or 220V. However if you order one version and later need the other, yours can be quickly modified be your dealer or distributor.Both models can be used in conjunction with a battery or multiple batteries safely (example). The regulated pulse charging system adjusts the power supply’s output to match your battery’s needs without over-charging. The variable output voltage control lets you have the perfect voltage for your particular application’s needs. You can have a little as 9 volts out to as much as 16 volts. Most automotive systems will be operating at between 13.5 and 14.4 volts when the engine is running. If you are making measurements of an amps performance it is critical to know exactly what the operating voltage is. For added accuracy, each Zapco P100A supply has a digital panel mount voltage meter included so you can constantly monitor the output.
If your system needs more current, you can “strap” up to four of the P100A supplies (example) to get up to 400 amps of operating current and the “master” supply will control the output of all the supplies in the circuit so they will always be perfectly matched.