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My NAS uses 12V 8.3A. I have a 12V 10A LPS. I then noted my Mac Extreme also uses 12V 1.8A. So if I feed both it will be 12V 10.1A. Is the current draw excess ok (1%), if so any particular connection I should be following?

Thanks

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My NAS uses 12V 8.3A. I have a 12V 10A LPS. I then noted my Mac Extreme also uses 12V 1.8A. So if I feed both it will be 12V 10.1A. Is the current draw excess ok (1%), if so any particular connection I should be following?

Thanks

 

Just don't turn them on at the same time, usually the biggest power surge occurs when you turn a device on. It would be best if you could get a cheap meter for checking current (Harbor a Freight has one for less than $20, it clamps around the wires and senses the current without needing to be directly in-line). Don't be surprised to find the normal operating current to be half of the rated current.

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