Have you ever wondered how a modern PSU works, or why it’s even needed in your computer? Then you may find this article interesting, because it’s an explanatory article about PSUs.
We explain simple expressions such as effect markings, and more advanced expressions such as PFC.
You who think you know it all will probably find something new, and the beginner should find the first pages instructive.
”It is not very obvious how a power supply works. Some years ago the PSU’s were very large and bulky, fat transformers and capacitors as large as soda cans. The technique has fortunately improved, and today we use a technique called Switching. The technique means that you increase the frequency of the voltage before it is being converted to the voltage levels you want.”
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